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T H E T R A (.: H 1 S I A E E 











Xlie edition of tl^e present play is on the same plan as 
that of its predecessor the Philtjctetes. My chief attention of 
course has been given to ascertaining the readings of the 
few extant niss. ; and, as those have been very carelessly collated 
by previous editors, I have thought it advisable to make a 
fresh accurate collation of some of tliem myself, and the read- 
ings of one ms. (K.) T have given for the first time. My 
next object has been to give in a concise and convenient form 
the conjectural emendations which have been made by critics 
both of our own and other countries, and the explanations of 
the best editors; to which I have appended my own opinions. 
The reader is thus furnished with a continuous synoptical 
materia eritica and commentary upon our author, so as to be 
able to dispense with the necessity for having hia attention 
distracted by having constantly to refer to other editions. In 
order to make this edition as complete as possible, I have 
carefully studied the labours of my predecessors up to the 
most recent date; and T think 1 may venture to say that there 
is little good to be found in other editions which I have not 
extracted and digested in tlie present one. 

Besides critically revising and explaining the text, I have 
added a copious mass of illustrative pass^es from our own 
Piiet and from other ancient writers (especially the other Tra- 
gedians), endeavouring throughout, on one of the soundest 
principles of criticism, to make Sophocles as much as possible 
interpret himself. 

But after all, though I have bestowed many years of la- 
bour and thought upon this work, and have done all that 
seems to lie in the power of an editor, I must confess that 
the result is not as satisfactory as one could wish. The jire- 
scnt play in particular, being more corrupt and interpolated 



^S^few""^-v rf-.aP:: 

than any of fliu rest, is biisct witli dit'Kcultius in iiliuoNt: every 
lino; and tlie attempt to grajiple with these is a task far from 
enviable, whether yon endeavour to assign a natural interjire- 
tation to a passage which you inwardly believe to be unsound, 
or whether you try to cut the knot by proposing or adopting 
a conjectural emendation. Of some passages undoubtedly tire 
correction is obvious enough, though there will be always 
a certain class of readers who will pei-sisteutly reject any al- 
teration of the text, however probable it may appear; pre- 
ferring the 'mumpsimus' of ms. authority to the ' sttmpsimns' 
of reason. However I have endeavoured to do ray best to ren- 
der the remains of our Poet as readable as ptissible; and, while 
I have shown the very utmost regard for all ms. readings, yet, 
where I have felt persuaded that some error lurked, I have 
not hesitated to resort to the uUima ratio of conjectural 
emendation, ia the hope of restoring the passage, or of pre- 
paring the way to its restoration by others. Wherever I havi' 
adopted any conjecture, the reading of tlie mss. is invariably 
placed below, so that the reader may not be misled. The 
changes actually made in the text will be found to be neither 
very numerous nor very extensive; the great majority of pro- 
posed corrections being confined to the notes. If any object 
to the number of these, my apology must be that, while the 
room they take up is but comparatively small, the perusal of 
them may be instructive and interesting to some, while tlioso 
who do not care to read them can siniplj- pass them over. On 
the whole, if it may appear to some that I have not succeed- 
ed in certain passages in restoring the very handwriting of 
our Poet, I trust I have at least inserted in tlie text nothing 
but what he might have written. 

My chief companions and guides throughout have been 
Hermann, Dindorf, Wunder, Bergk, Schneidewin and Nauck. 
None of these however have I followed unreservedly, but I 
have availed myself of whatever appeared most useful in each : 
for, while each has his own particular merits, not one is 
sufficiently complete of itself to enable the reader to dispense 
with the rest. One is strong in exegesis, another in illustra- 
tion, another in critical skill, another in the exhibition of various 
readings, wliile all are more or less deficient in the mention 


of tilt' viiriiiLLf^ ruiijuctiiral uiouiiiktioiLs iiutiuud m otkei' edi- 
tions, LIS well LIS of tlioso whicli aro HCiuttered tlirougL the 
pajfes of ciitictil literature hntli of our own country and of 
the continent. 1 hiive therefore ondeLivoured to comlriue in 
one edition the good points of all, mentioning throughout 
those conjectures, collected with much laboitr and research 
from different sources, which hiwl the greatest Lipjiearance of 
probability to commend them, 

A new and careful collation of the best mss,, I find, is 
absolutely necessary ; for those of Brunck and of Bekker's Ari- 
stophaues are so negligently made that we cannot rely on 
them, nor is it always possible to judge from them what the 
real readings are. For instance in Arist. Eq, 1360, bjcbi^' o 
reoAi'Tijs ivts^ds iv xaTccXoya, Bekker's collation would lead 
' ns to suppose that 6 xoXhtjs occurs also in R. V., and the 
ueeessary emendatio]i 63rA(njg is attributed by Dindorf to Fr. 
Thiersch. As long back as 1857, while collating the ms, 
Ven. 475, which is eonsideretl to be a copy of ms. Yen. 474 
(V.), 1 was surprised to find ojtXCtijg distinctlj written in that 
nis. And qnite lately we have the testimony of Von Velsen (in 
his edition of the Eqiiites, 8vo. Lips. 1869) that the same 
reading exists unmistakeably in V. itself. A strange oversight 
this on the part of Bekker! 

The importance of attending to apparently trifling readings 
of mss. is shown in Ant, 1037. ijixolaTS irdr itgog Ed^Sstav 
j r^kBXTQOv. On arriving at this passive I was struck first 
with the singularity of the use of the preposition itQos, and 
then with the gender of the noun ^Afxipov, which should 
be neuter. This led me at once to the obvious correction 
THWO XdQdsav riXEXTQOv, which I found amply confirmed by 
the reading, hitherto neglected, of L., ta (supr. 6v a m. pr,} 

In this play we have a remarkable instance of the radical 
alteration in the meaning of an entire passage by the change 
of a single letter. I allude to the well known passage v. 
015. xccl tavS' ttxoiSits Oijft', o xeFvog sv(ia&es | GqiQttylSos 
iQXEt z^S' bk' vfifia ^hj'flSTat. By adopting Billerbeck's in- 
genious and yet simple correction, a con-ection which had occur- 
red also to myself, vad' inov (lad-ilastai (the v before (i being 


ot'toii clmiiged into (i in luss., v, on Arist. Eq. 1334), u'u at uitce 
restore to its primitive integrity a passage wliicli botbre was 
vmintelligible. And yet tliis beautiful am.1 modttl coajecture, 
which we may compare for its simplicity and soundness witli 
that of Poreon dioeSota ydvu (for Siog v6ta yav il) in ^seh. 
Ag. 1391. aiul tliat of Coraus, xkq^ov ti xal rag afiniXovs 
(for xaQTcbv texovOrs diiit^Xovg) in Arist. Nnb. 1119, has been 
rejected as doubtful or at least overlooked by more than one 
recent editor! This corruption must have been of very oM 
date, for the ancient scholiast evidently so vesA the passage, 

V. 145 of this iilay, to y«Q ved^ov iv Totorodc ^osmzai \ %d-- 
potutr avtov, xai vtv ov &dXitog d'sov — xlovft, is evideiitly 
faulty. Musgrave coiTects x'^'pfts, iv' avrov &c., Hennanii 
^oipoig, 'iv' avTov, &c. Neither of which corrections is suffi- 
cient. I have given x^&^''Sj '^' "u il>vx6s viv, &c., which 
makes the passage intgUigible. I have also proposed ^[ajpotg, 
tV ffwr' ov i/'u^os. 

The common reading of v. 447., r^ fieTuttiK (jtEt' altia, 
supr. w, L.) [ TOW imdiv aiSxQOV (trjd' bjioI xccxov in'og, will 
hardly satisfy any but the superficial reader. I have attempted 
several corrections, but do not feel quite satisfied with auy. 

What are we to make again of such a pass^e as v. 549., 
mv dipap^d^Hv ipiXtt \ 6ipd'aX(ids av&og, tj)!/ d' vatXTQExeiv 
{vTCBXXQiitai L.) md^K? The restoration of it is difficult, but 
wc may without much liazard pronounce 6rp%-aX^6g ojrrupt. 

This pass^e reminds me of another where tlie same Avord 
ogD&ftA^og is liable to suspicion, via. <Ed. 11. 937. xal (iiijv 
fieyag y' oip&aXfioe of aatQog tiitpoi. 1 think T have restoretl 
the band of Sophocles by correcting xal ftijv fity' laqjaXrijid 
y' ot jEffrpds ragjot. Or we might coiTect xal (itiv (iByag y' 
oiavog — , which comes even nearer to the common reading. 
That one of these corrections is the right one I think can 
liardly be doubted. 

In V. 0^57 of this play, eag Sv aQzix^vOTov K^^6aai.{i.i fflou 
(for so read the mss.) we had a barbarism, until Elmsley 
corrected sag viv — . And yet even this indispensable alte- 
ration has been repudiated by some, who endeavour to per- 
suade tliemselves and others that the common reading may 
be defended. 


Ill V. 484. inai ye jiiv d^ Ttuvr inioTaara loyov , the 
former part of the line is evidently ftiulty. I suspoct that 
Sojihocles wrote something like ^xng to it&v di} (or anavt' 
^X^^S ^'i)) ^'t'*'^' ^jrt'OTKffKi i,6yov. 

What the meauiug of av^a iGxiazis is in v. 954 lias never 
yet been satisfactorily explained, I suspect myself tliat for 
ffftttjrfs we should substitute 'EeTtatrartg or rather '/ffTiafWTis, 
to be pronounced, according to Homeric usage, as a quadri- 

Nor ani I satisfied witli the common readiuy of vv. 672 
— 3, Toiovtov ix^B^ijHBV, oiov , ^V (p^dsia , I yvvaZxBs, v^tv 
'^■«v(^' dviXitiSrov ^a%'£iv, or of v, 1112^ — 3, cj lA^ftov 'EXXas, 
itiv%'os olov eiCoQiS [ €^ovGav, avSgog zovSd y' bI 6<palijasTcci.. 

The ma. reading in Phil. 425. bjcbI d'avciv [ 'AvztXoxog 
avta (pQovdos, odittQ ^v j'oVoff (j'p, (lovog), has been rightly 
connected by Musgrave, who reads Sg TCagrjv iiovoq, i. e. 'tvho 
alone suecoured, or came to tlie aid of him.' 

The common reading in Phil. 443. og ovx kv eiXbt' elod- 
Ka| fixstv, ozov \ fir)6slg ecj'tj is surely corrupt. I have 
ventured with some diffidence to give ^dsit' for iiXet', but 
the passage still seems to need correction. 

In Phil. 1145. xotvdv ilvveev is tpilovg aQayccv, I would 
read xoivixv tjvvGSv olg ^iXoig aQtayav, the phrase avvitv Tt 
eg Tivtt being one that occurs, I should think, nowhere else. 

In EI, 21. rog ivTav&' ifilv (so A. L. Aid. sGfilv several 
other mss.) | iv' orixeV 6xvEtv xaiQog, the i^sv has been de- 
seiTedly condemned by most commentators as barbarous, and 
various conjectural emendations have been proposed, though 
no one has hit upon the true one, wg iCjii'v y' Xva \ ovx 40r' 
It' oxvttv xtttprfg. The corruption arose from the importation 
of the gloss tvtccv&ce into tlie text. 

In El. 345. l7t£i&' (iitei ■9'' supr. rot L. sec.) bXov ys &dtBQ' 
{Q-dtsQovP. T.), ^ <pqovtlv xaxmg, \ ij Tmv ^tXav fpQovovOcc ji^ 
/ti'ij'fi.iji' i%6iv, the corruption, if T mistake not, lies deeper. 
'EtisI and bXov are evidently both sound, but whence came 
the ^' between them? As the eXav can only stand at the 
end of the line, I suspect the true reading is iitsl to y' exE- 
Qov, ^ xaxmg ^govsi^v, bXov, &c. This, I am aware, is rar 
tlier a bold coiTection ; but, as I cannot see any other possible 


Viii I'KKFACi;. 

mode of restoring the |i;iksii^l-, I urn iiii:liii(;(! tu tUiul it riuisl 
be the truo one. 

In Ajax V. 1404. clkV of (liv xoiXtjV xt'cTTtTov \ j^fyCt th 
fvva.tE, Tin d' vipi^atov { tpt'nrod" — itt(i&' ETtlxutQW, 11k; 
expression xdnerov tk%vvei-v is a stranye one, osjmciyJly jis 
ra%vvEiv is used only inti-ansitively. I would suggest & .simiile cor- 
rection, xsqgXv hoifidaa^' , oC S' &c., wliieli not only jieklagood 
sense, but enables us to get rid of the unusual tot d' for oCd'. 

In Ant. 130. JtoXXa ^svfian TC^oOviCGofiBVOVS ;(9Wffow 
xavuxrls vitB&oxtCas, the la,st three words appear to me faulty. 
For xavax'^e I suspect that we should read Kkjikv^^ (Kktck- 
v^k), for othei-wise the - following opjiwir' has no object to 
be referred to. 

The true reading has escaped the notice of ail editors in 
(Ed. R. 420, ^o^g di x^g ff^s xotog ovx eOtai Xifi^v, | nofog 
Kt^ttiffdv o'dxl <iv[i<pixivos nix^i ^o^ Xcfi^v we require the 
name of some mountain or locality that will correspond with 
KtffaeproV. Read Jiotog ovx iStai. 'Uxav ('tvhat Ifclicon'), and 
the entire pass^e will at once reail clear and intelligible. 
Helicon and (Jitbaron, being adjoinii^ mountains, are often 
mentioned together. And a trace of the true i-eading is still 
found in L., where we find At/njv written thus li/iijv (v siLi>r. 
m. ant.). The v in question is evidently nothing moi-e or less 
than the remaining aspirate ' before Xixcav (lixav). When 
once the aspirate had been lost or misunderstood, the unin- 
telligible Xixcov would easily have been changed into the com- 
mon similar word kifi^v. 

The received reading "in (Ed. E. 1088 f. is umnistakeably 
faulty, and yet no commentator seems to have found much 
difficulty with it. The words aasigmv, (tu^Etv, smd probably 
Tiiv ciVQMv navoiXrivov, are, I think, corrupt. Some remarlss 
on this obscure passage I hope to olfer on a future occasion. 

In (Ed. C. 703 the expression Y^9f (Srniatvav at once 
strikes one a.s being extraordinary and almost inexiilicable. 
The correction which I have introduced, yjJpH Svvvai'aiv, is 
quite in the style of Sophocles, and is, I have little doubt, 
the true one. 

In another very perplexed passage of the same play, v. 
1084. ai&SQiag vig)ikRs xvQ3ai-fii ravS^ (so Wund. xvqSiu{i' 


i am iijstoniig tlic^ riglifc reiuliiig Ly corroetiiig — flf'wi; ttIi',- 
GovGa (or iiorliiijiH jiltjQovau) rryvjiov of*(iK, iis i sliall I'lKlcii- 
voiir to show in my next ttdition of tliiit play. 

An inatancd of iin eirnr of vi3ry ancient (lute oceiirH in 
V. 1040. of tliis j.lay, © jroAZa Sij xal &SQfni xai Ady^j xccxa, 
wliich Cicero trainslates, "o luulta dictu gravia, perjiessu asperLi". 
And yet one can liardly doul)t that the words xal loyo) xaxu 
are corrupt. 

J might e-Ntend to a conKiderable length tlie niimlper of 
piiwsages wliieh, though a traditional inteqiretsition and fami- 
liarity with them have given them an appearance of soundness, 
are found, when carefully examined and scrutinised, to be in- 
fected with error; but these few instances which I have se- 
lected will suffice to give the reader an idea of the many 
latent and often deep seated cori-uptioiiK which beset in an 
- especial degree our Poet; and which require the skill of the 
critic tor their restoration. 

ITiero are a few points of ortliography I have adopted 
which I here talte an opportunity of submittii^ to the readier. 
In the first place I universaJly write sZvfxa for the ordinary 
ovvEXft, wherever t!ie word stands as a preposition; and I am 
persuaded that in doing this I am right. "Evatta, slvexa, or 
fVBxev is a preposition, while ovvtxcc 'because that' is a par- 
ticle conij)ounded of ov evsutt, as odoui'ijeK is of orou £V£za 
(with which compare dvd'' dv). In this view 1 iind T am suppoiied 
byBergkandothersjnorareweby any means without ms. author- 
ity for this mode of writing. Cf'. Arist. PI. 329. Sei-vov yag , sC 
T.ffia^oliiv (liv stvsxa (so It. V. Aid. &c. ovvexK al.) [ ojo'rt^d^isffd'' ■ 
&c. The form eivexa is of constant occurrence in the best 
inss. of Sophocles, Aristoplianes., and other writers. 

In ^sch. Prom, 345. iyio yaQ ovx, d Svatvxa , tov8' 
EivBxcc (so L. Aid; Rob. Tarn. &c.), most editors give ovvmK 
with Dawes M. C p. 195. Blomfield observes: "ttvexa non 
agnoscunt Attici." And Bruncb (ad Arist. Lys. 74) assei"ts 
that the Attic poets never use this foi-m. But this is simply 
begging the question. 

In the next place, instead of the usual xSv before a sub- 
junctive I always write x^v. And a very little consideiution 


j wnii fe'^a ai.iiDiLn—w.m ^ai P ii-^ ^... .j giw 

\vi!l slio\v ufi that this tuo i» right. Kan is simply n i.'(ju- 
tra<;tit)u ]>y cmsis fur xul av, while x^v is for x«i ^V (irrV). 
It is tni(! that in later writers kv appears to have been used 
for ^v, if we may judge from the testimony of luss. ; but the 
earlier and best Attic writers always use r[v as tlie equivalent 
of iav. Nor are we without good authority for this mode of 
writing; for the mss. exhibit x^v in Arist. Ach. 71G. Eq. 261. 
Pac. 1356. &c. , though Dindorf (ad Ach. 1. 1.) consider «i}v 
more suitable to the Doric dialect. 

Fiu^her I aui of opinion tliat we should always write rjitji' 
in the old Attic writei-s, not indv. For ixuv could not well 
be fonued fiom insl av, which paiticles coalesce into ix^v, 
just as fi ttv do into ^V, not into av. It is observable how- 
ever that tlie particles ixeiS^ kv coalesce into ixstSav, with 
the ultimate short. 

Why r&> dvSgl should coalesce into tkv$qI, rather than into 
TcovS^l or tdvd^l, seeii^^ that a and a usually make ra (as 
e. g. in avd-^axE), I do not know any more than why xccl elzK 
should make the crasis xaTct rather than xdza, seeing that xal 
and £1 usually coalesce into xii, as xal and s'd into xtv, &c. 

Instead of ipys I always write <p'^s, with several editors, 
though I am aware -tliat the iota subscript is found in tlie 
■ ancient Chirkian ms. of Plato and in others. So also Aa^pw, 
tfcigw, xXijdav, &c., though the iota is often added to these 
words in many good mss. For ^aov we have the authority of 
an inscription (v. Elmsl. in Class. Joum. XVII, p. 58.). 

TJptSpff I write, in compliance with the express timlition 
of grajnmai'ians (v. Etym. M. h. v.), though I do not see whence 
the I subscript Ciui come from, since the word is evidently 
derived from arpo and oqkv. 

Respecting the augment of verbs beginning with ev and ot, 
] do not see why they should not take the augment as well 
as those which begin with «(, e. g. •^dovfiTjv, ^ff^tuvtro , r;- 
6%<ivEto, &c. I therefore write, with Elmsley, Dindorf, and 
others, ^vxoii^v, Jivyfiai, '»ivyiiriv, ijv^ov, ^jirpijjtat , ^jjofti^v, 
5iroj;<iotH', ^vaftdvog, &c. 

As regards the crasis of ovtoi and aga, the most correct 
form of expressing it would seem to be ovraga, rather than ov 
xdga or ov xaga, seeii^ that the crasis is between ovzoi and 


aQtt^ not Lftvveeii tlie .simple rot and ("pfi. Thu smntt ubaer- 
vatiun ap2>Iies to uvxkv, aad ^xaQcc. But it is hariUy possiblt! 
to decide definitively ou tliese and otlier similar qiiestions. 

The old disputes as to the correct mode of writing ig or 
f^g, fSw or £i'aa, <svv or ^vv, owkowi- ovx ovv or oujtoui', 
have never yet been finally settled, and probably never will 
be, certainly not by the authority of niss,, the readings of 
which are most variable and conflicting. I am inclined my- 
self to think that aig and siSa should be written, except where 
the metre requires the short and more poetic forms ig and 
460). And in old Attic writers at any lute the rough fonu 
ivv should take precedence, I think, of the softer one Gvv, 
unless where the metre requires the latter. 

As regards the orthography of the noun IlaQvaaog TlaQ- 
vasGog, I believe the latter is the correct form, being Doric 
for 7Zap»)j(j(j6g, yitli which compare BpiAjjiTSog, Z!ttl\ivdrj0o6s, 
'yfXixaQV^SSog, TuQTTjBaog, MvxKXrjeaog, Ttvff^aoog, AvQVjja- 
Cag, TeX(it]a0Qg, kc. In 'TftrjTros and Avxa^^txdg we have 
the Attic forms of 'Tfirjoadg and Avxa^tjuSog. The reading 
Ilapvdniog, which we sometimes find, probably came from a 
confusion of it with nccQVTJGiog, the adjective of ndffvi^g. 

As regards Porson's famoiis canon respecting the quantity 
of tlie syllable before the final cretic of a trimeter, on which 
Elmsley with his exquisite judgment and accuracy has dilated 
fully in the Edinb. Rev. XXXVn. p. 74 f., in an article which 
is a masterpiece of sound and skilful criticism, I think we 
must modify it to a certain degree, and somewhat enlai-ge its 
limits. An exception to the rule, I think, should be matle 
in those few cases where tliere is an elision after the preced- 
ing disyllable (thus causing a continuous pronunciation of it 
and the following cretic, as in ^yttv' olxo^sv Aj. 1101, though 
this particular pass^e probably requires correction and in 
(fijfiaiv' iCt' Ix^i Phil. 22.); and also where a full interpunc- 
tuatiqn occurs before the disyllable, thus enabling the spealcer 
to take breath and make a fresh start, so as to avoid the flat- 
ness of delivery at the end of the verse which otherwise would 
occur. I allude to such lines as this, (pavysi rd tavryjg ffto- 
(pQQv; dXXd ^t^Gerai, (Eur, AnVlr. 346). See also on this sub- 
ject Ehusl. a*I Med. 32U, 

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It IS iji liKUO li-'i"-<ts .1 tL.ULlJc" litll.C In illMlcrl.iki tlic 

rf-'visiou of a jjUiy no replu't'' witli iiiiirujitiuiis .uhI ititiTjioKitimis 
as tlie [irehent onCj and ui whit-Ii Ihc <'N]iliiiiiiti<Jii <it mi luaiiv 
liaaeageb ajipears to ht- si]iiiw4 iuL[ioaMl>!L', ^liik' tlii; Loiijcctu- 
ral i-ebturatiou of tliem in uftfii liazurtlinis iiiiil uiicertaui. liut 
I liave enJeavoui'ed to do my utmost in a paiiistiiking and eoii- 
sciuntioua manner, unwilling to diatni-lj any passage wliero 
there seemed a fair probability of ita being right, ant] on the 
other hand not deterred by the fear of cavil from tliose who 
prefer the error of !uitir|uity and tTaditioii to the truth of 
reason and common sense. Not a few passages 1 trust J have 
snceeast'ully handled and restored; in some I may be tliought 
to have been a little too bold in advancing conjectural emen- 
dations, some of which further consideratiou might have led me 
to abandon; and in many others I have been content to point 
oiit what seemed to me erroneous or suspicious , thoi^h I have 
not ventured or been able to apply a certain remedy. Though 
it is not always an easy task to divine what the true reading 
is, it should be no difficult matter to imlieate what apjiear 
to be corrujjtions ; and this is what mifortunately most editors 
have omitted to do. When once an error, or a probable error, 
has been pointed out, the danger of the ordhiary reader beiny 
misled by it is removed, while there is a very fair elmnce 
afforded of its being removed, sooner or later, by somebody or 
other. The tHscovery of an error is half tlie way to its removal. 
Such a-s this edition is, the labour of many years, tlie 
result of much anxious thought, marred, I fear, with many 
impeifections and perhaps errors (for where the groimd is so 
rough, and the light to guide one over it is so dim and feeble, 
it is difficult even for the most careful and wary traveller to 
avoid stumbling at times), I commend it to the kind con- 
sideration of the candid reader, in the hope that he may find 
it in some degree facilitate the study of this very corrupt and 
difficult play. Xen. Mem. IT. 8. 5. oi nuvv ys Qadiov eStiv 
siiQStv sQyov, iip' a oix av rig utzCav S^oi ■ lukeitov yaQ 
ovTta Ti stot^tfRt aiats (iijSiv afia^zEiv, xaki%bv SI xrI uvu- 

Hamngwortli , Viuiiriige , Upiiingham, Sefit. 20. 1871. 


Manuscripts of this pl.ay. 

*A i!il)1. Natlonnl. Piiria. 2719. 

^^B „ „ „ 27S7. 

*K , „ „ 288C. 

L liilil. Lalir. Flor. Pint. 32, 9. 

M. (Lb. of Bind.) „ „ „ „ 31, 10. 

N. (Lc. of Bind.) „ „ „ „ 32, 2. 

R. (Flor. ofHorm.?) Bibl. Kiccanl. Flor. 77. 

'*T. Bibl. National. Pwis. 2711. 

V Bibl. Vat. Pal. 2S7. 

II.ail IJibL Londin. 574.^. 

Ven BiM. Ten. 616. 

;c mavliod thus liave been ncciiratelj' collated liy myself, 
vitli DinrlorFs first O.vford eiHtion 8vo. 1S.52, ;iiiJ tbc varhi 
coliiitioii of the ins. K. Iiaj; ever before been made. 


Chief editions of Sophocles and of tliis play. 

Aldus, 12ma. Yen. 1503. 
'Apitz, Jo. 8vo. Haliii, 1833. 

Hergk, Theod. Svo. Lips. Iftfift. 
*Billerbeck, H. L, Jnl. Comment, in Ti^auhiniiis, Svo. mill. Hildes 

BoiBSoaade, 24mo. Palis, 1924. 

Botlie, r. H. 2vol8. 8™. Lips, laofi, 1826. 

Urabacli, J. witli the Uomftn selioliii, -Ito. Fraiicof. .id Mten. li 

Brnnek, B. P. F. 2voIb. 4to. Argent. 178G. 
(And otlier snbseqnent edil.ioiia.) 

Camerarius, Svo. Hagenorc, 1534. 

Cnntcr, Gid. 12rao. Aiil.uerp. 15TJ. 

ToKntcns, 6vo. 1528, 

Dindori, Gul. Ed. I. Svo. Lips. 1825. 

— — (Kil. II.) in-liis Corpus Poetarum Seen icu rum, n 
Lips. 183U. 

— — Ed. IL Svo. Oxon. 1832. 1819. 

— — FA. III. small Svo. Oson. 1859-00. 

— -^ Ed, IV, small 8vo. Lipa. 18C3. 

— — Ed. V. in his Corp. Poet. Seen. eil. IT. Polio. Li] 
Erfurdt, C. Q. A. 7voIs. Svo. Lips. 1SI)2-11. 

— ed. minor Svo. Lips. ISOO— 11. 
Oaisfonl, Thorn. 2vols. Svo. Oxon. 1820. 

*Groddeek, 6, E. 8vo. Vilnnc, 18i>8. 

Ilartnng, J. A. Svols. smiiU Svo. Lips, 18&rt -1, 

Ilei-iiiiuin, God. 7 vols, small Svo. Lips. 1830—55, 
"Hcepftier, J. G. C. Svo. Lips. 17'Jl. 

Jolinson, Thom. 2vols. Svo. Ojtoii, 17li5. 

Junt. I. witli scholia, 4to. Flov. 1522. 

Jimt. II. Svo. Flor. 1647. 

Lijlwood, W. witli short Latin notes, Svo, Loud, l.-liO, 

Lond. L 2 vols. 12 mo. 1722. 

Lond. II. 2 vols. 12ino. 1717. 

Martin, P. J. 2vo]s. 12 mo. Ilal.-e, 1R22, 

Mitcholl, Thorn. 7 vols. Svo. Lonil. iatl-4. 

Mnsgravo, Sam. 2 vols. Svo. Ox.jii. Will. 

Nanok, Aug. Svo. Berol. 1807. 

Nevius, Fr. Svo. Lips. 1S3I, 

Schaefor, G. H. (Seh.) Svols. 12 mo. Liji^. IfCli) 

,y Google 


r Kdm.) 7 vols. Hvo. I 

(Later editions iiiidRr tiie care ol Naiilli.) 
Sojfr.rt, Mmir. 8vo. Bcrol. IS fir. -7. (Ant. Aj. lliil.) 
^HinilEiii, D. Byd. Dublin, witli cnglisli notes. 
Ntqili., n. witli botli tlie Uonuiii sdiolia aiwlt.iioac ofTrid 
— Ed. IL with scholia and notes, 4to. Genovne, 1( 
Tanieb. Adriah. 4to. Paris. ISfiS. 
Vjiiivilliers , J, F. 2 vols. 4 to. Paris, 1781. 
"Wakefield, Oilb. in liis DuleetuB Tragocdianim , 2 yols, 8 
WitKRchel, Ang. 7vols. 12 mo. Lips. 1R17— ."i:(. 
Wolir, Giistar. 8vo. Lips. 1858 GO. [Aj. El. Aiit.) 
\Vnnder, Ed. 7 vols. 8vo. Gotliae, 18:U- »(), 

(And otlier subsequent editions.) 







Alio pHv open? with Deianira bewailing: her troubles ind the (uii 
liimeU absence ut lier husband Heicnies, of nboin blie bas hf,»rd no tidings 
lor months On. disconraing howi.,ver with bei son Hillns she learns troni 
him that he is ei^oged in an expedition igainat Oei-httlia, m Euboei, vt 
whii-h Enrjtus la king Hereupon Deianiri excites our interest by infoiin 
ing us that certain oracles liad foretold that the present time waa to be 
t crisis tn the bfe of Hercules, an that he ahould enjoj rest ami liappi 
ness, bv a termination of either his life or bis labours, and at lier re 
quest Hyllna sets off to join and lasist his lather Presently she receives 
glad tidings of Herculea rhe annal of Liciiis the herild is annonnced, 
who delivers to her from bar husband certain captive maidens whom the 
hero liad taken in his assault on Oechalia bhe is preparing to lake mea 
snres for their toiiifortable reception and treatment, when slie learns that 
jiie of them, whose noble bearing lind particularly arrested her attention, 
IS her rival in the affections of her husband Her desire to retain foi 
herself his undivided love suggests to her i eiminbrante a gift she had Ic rni 
erly received from the centatir Nessns, when dying from an arrow aimed 
by the hind of HerLules on hia attempting to violate Deianirt Neasus 
then assured her that the blood that flovied from hia wound, mixed with 
certain other ingredienla, il preserved by ber in a cool place, would it 
any time aerve as a philtre, and I'ccall the wandering aflections of her 
husband With this miiture, which she had carefully preserved, she be 
smears a robe h 'h w th the approval of the Cb n s she sends by Liehas 
P 1 t H 1 b ly has th es g 1 k bis departure, 

h 1 1 raed by p te t pi Tl fl k of wool with 

I h tl pp cd pi It 1 ad bee laid th b h g come in eon- 
ttbth J Itl hdd Idddpped, while from 

tl p t wh t 1 d ttl a 1 f f t arise. While 

1 1 1 g th 1 th CI m Hyll t d d bes the dread- 

f I g tl medcated b h b gbt i bi 1 th for, on tlie 

i Im il Z Ildptth fatal garment, 

II tb p f tb h t f th fl m began to work 
dkff dbddilbljthlb dcaeda madden- 
g Ig gp Frtwtl ffgdgel eizes Liehas, 

1 1 h 1 y 1 d h h 1 he rocks. On 


^sawe^iiiST^Es :;Ki»F^^^i?-gsi!Si;!S^rasBWaiiin 

4 :!£O0OKy!EOrZ 

]„ tlii» sk.l ii(:»< iKiii li . »iii II 1.1- I t III! ml luiit^ ]«]). i<li.a 
by hua fui tiei iiiuiitiitnl cuutliirt, blii. lutiiti. tu liii iiuptiiil i^liaiubd iind 
LOuclt, and there pnts in end tu lii,( IiIl Mcaiinliilt. the aiittenug' hiiu I'i 
conveyed liomo The remainder of the lihiy, IiVl tlie LonclnBioii uf tin, 
Ajax, lb \i,ry lecbli. Herciiles m repress ented in n iiianni.r haidlj wortlii it 
a heru and future di^iiiigod, ruvutg with physical pam, aud. after hib ctijuiii 
ing liis soil tu iniirj lolo, the iiinaciiit (.aiise ut lus Kufleiiiigs, ind t 
place hiin htill ilue on tlit funeral pile, the drama i-j lirongiit to in lihI 

' lliiK play seems to mo su for interior in vilue to the jest hIiuIi 
have (.oiiie down to us, that I could wish to find somothiiif; tliat iioiild 
favour the conjecture tint this Tiagcdv was toiuposed, in thu age indeed 
and 111 the school of Hoplioilcs, but by Ins son lophon and was trrom 
ously attnbnted to the father There ire several snspiLious circuiiiBtances, 
not only in its atructuro jnd plan, lint ilso in the ?tyle of writing, difftr 
ont critics have already remarked that tlie nuedlesa soliloquy ot Deiaiina 
at the opening has not the Lliaracter of the Soplioclenn prologncs Even 
if, upon the whole, the inaxiiiis of tliiii Poet aio observed, it is but a »iipei 
ficial obiietianee, the deep niiiid ot Suphoclea la wanting But as the ge 
niuneness [authenticity '] of tlie piece « as never doubted by the ancients, 
as even Cic«ro contidently qnotes the aufferinga of Herculei> trom this 
drama, as from i work of feophocles no must perhaps be content tj }>i> 
that the Tragedian his in this one instnnee remained helow hib usn il ele 
vation" (Donaldson, The-itrc of the Greeks p 311) 

"Heiculos," si\s Dale, "in the following Tragcd* constitutes as in 
different a specimen of the heroic cliaracter, as Minerva in the Aia\ pre 
Bents of the divine But let u& descend from the hero to the worn in, from 
tlie licentious and implieable Hereules to the chaste and afieetionvtfl Boi 
anira and we shall again recognize in all its iigour and beauty the tr ms 
cendent genius of Sophocles Here at least all is natural, lieconnng, and 
consistent T!ie luely exultation of the unhappy queen at the intelligence 
of her lords return — tliat raoumful presage ot the instahilitj of ill hn 
man transport, which is so exquisitely represented is stealing over her at 
the sight of the nnhappy captives ,— her generons compastion foi loles 
sorrows, so well preparing ns to sympathise with hei own, — the Immed 
agonj in which she resolves on sending the fatal robe, — her swift repent 
ance md anxious ahirni, — the utter anguith in which she Lstens to the 
reproaehes ol her son, describing hie father's snftpnngs, — the silent de 
sperafion witli which she rushes to the bridil eonch, there to expiate lier 
unconscions enmo by a violent deatli,— in all these we discein the hand 
of a master, ind forget the deficiencies of othei chaiacters in conteinpla 
ting the excellence of this On the whde this diama') if it does not 
exalt the reputation of Sophocles would have cro«ned i ineanei pott with 

The authenticity ot tins play lias been called in ([iieition hy '■ehlegel 
and others, a conjecture which Bulwer pronounces ' singiiLiiU destitute 
ot even plausible testiraonj ' Schneidewm ilso pronounces in fnoiir ot 
its authenticity 

From the general chaiacter of the pUy, some bne ecncluded it wis 
only begun or sketched by Sophocles, others, as Hergk, llut in iti uugi 

') Wakefield (p. 453] calls it 'fabnia nohilisaima.' 


TPAXlMyll. 5 

ii.I ,t (1. It VM-, ilir t 1 i jii I Mliii.s Ik Ills 1^ il iin II 
ippcus tj 11 ivi. heoii uitcijiolitel iit sc^iiu! pliic hj tlii. liltid uf some 
SiaHKivamyig S«e (.specially 52J f 876 1 Dobr Adv ii 40 Itlicbeen 
mire tiirapi_reJ with than any otbcr extant pliv of our aiithor, specially to 
wards the end, a^ is the oise witli the Ajax The request of Hercules to 
wards the end of th pliy to lii^ sjil thit he should marry hi? intended 
toncubme lole, who hid tikeii no promment part in the action of the pliy, 
c iluiHted to awifceu in interest in her future welfate, seoins open to the 
chirge ot bad taste Tlie simple death ol the hero would have f rmed, I 
think, a more suitable conclusion to the rlrima The only conctiyahle 
roison tor this allusion to the fnture iiiiun cf Hyllu-, i,nd lole, as Dm 
doif suggests, IS that their o&sprinf bgured mueh in the ancient aoconnts 
of the return of the Ileraolidae into Peloponnesc Corporal saffenng, how 
ever severe, i9 no fit subject for lepresentatiun on the Tragic stage, and 
I am disposed to think Sophocles would liave evineed more judgment, if 
lie had been content to let the bodily agonies of Hereule? be innoun'ed 
liv means of i messenger 

rha violation of the unity of time in this piece, is committed hy the 
most artialjc of the Greek tragelnns, is obsenible At the beginning ot 
the pHy Hyllus goes to Cenaeiim, a promontory ot Eulioea and returns 
hack again during the time tiken up by the recital of some six hundred 
lines Then igain at hne 632 Liclws leaves for the same pine and the 
lipse of another hundred lines snfSces for his journey tliither, his presence 
at a sacrifice, his murder by Hercules, and after all this for the return if 
HtUus, who tells the tale, to Trachis 

The scene is laid at Trachis in Thessaly, and the Chorus consists of 
virgins of the place It seems strange that the play should have been 
entitled "The Tfaehinian Maidens," nthei than aflci the leiiding character 
in it "Deiamra, ' as is the cane with the other extant ones Probablj 
this was done bj way ot compliment to the Chorus, as well as to the 
Choragus, since the getting up of the Ch>rus {»hi<.h lormed so important 
a feature in the Dtama) was attended with considerable trouble and ex 
pense Indeed from the shortnefs of the choral odes in this play, it would 
seem not improbable that choiagic munificence was already on the wane 

The portion of the play contained in verses 1016—1101 is rendeied in 
a free translation by Cieeio in his Tusc ii 8, "Sed videamus Heiculem 
ipsuin, qui turn dolore frangehalur, quum immortahtatem ip^a morte quae 
rebat Quaa hic voces apud Sophoclera in Trachinus edit' em quumDeia 
nira sanguine Centaurt tinctam tunicam induisset, inhaesissetque visceri 
bus, ait ille O multa dietn gravia, peipessu aspera, &c " Ovid evidently 
had an eye to our anthoi s account in the ninth book of his Metamor 
piloses rhe Heiculei Oetaeus" ot Senuca, on this same subject, and con 
taiiung seicral imitations of thia drama, la a tame and insipid production 

There is no means of asceitainmg the date of the production ol this 
play; bat from the comparative paucity and meagreness of the choral pie. 
eea, and the scanty nse in these of the dactyl o-trooliaic metre, we may 
infer that it was one of his later productions. The trimeters of tliis play, 
like tliose in tlie Antigone and the Electra, are carefully polished. 




KK THE AllOJ.lOJSll'nr HIHAIOGHKIIE. (fl. 7, o.)''- 

' H.(>t:v.liiq JtaQayivot-iivOs elg KakvScSva t^v Oiviag &vyatE^a 
JiiiavBtQav i(ivtj0TevBurOy kk( diufcaiaiaas uwep rtov yafitov avtijs 
apifr ') ^2i%Ei.(pov aTtEiKae^hta xavQfp mQimXaae t6 JrEpo y ^) twi' 
KEpBrwv ««( r^f ftsi' ^ijini'EtpQ'i' yftfiSt, ro de jw^k; '^jjeidJos loft- 
§avuj Soi>s awl TOwrou to ™g 'ji^al^ciag. 'Aftai.^But Se i|v ^t- 
(Mvlov*) Qvyditw, ^" xf^s £*;[« tavQov tovro Si, tag <I>SQB«,vSrig 
iptjOt, Svvafitv stxs lOtovTjjv Mfftt nomv*) ^jSpwiof, OTCsp evlatro") 
tte, mofpEj^EH' (Jgidovov^). flt(iar«JE( is 'HgaKMg fist^ KalvScuviav 

'^oruoxj) T^j TOVTOW Ov^'Kipt eui'ti^cSi' ttwtj)^ rAjjTroilnov ylvszai. 
ycvO(ieviav dJ toiStwv Ei5ro);ojJft£)'05 TTwpd Olvsl, xovSvlw nataag ') 
ajTEMWH/*!' £fiiwf*ow tov 'ji9;£iTiAov§ jckjiJc K«ra X**?*^" djJoi^n ■ 
Btijyav^g Se o^iog'') Olvicag. jwi^) 5 (tev WKi-^p toi! jtwidig k«ov- 
alov yivofiivnv toS evii^e^tjxoTog cvveyvatjiovBi' 'H^Ki/ijg Si xarn 
lov wftov tpvyriv vTto^svuv ■^'fl'sls, K«i dij ^yva^) jrpog X^VKa £ig 
Tqa^lva anisvat. ayiav S\ Jr/uivst^v ilg notct^ov Eiirjvoi/ ijA-f^Ei', 
iv d na&s^ojievog Niaeog*^") 6 Kivtav^og tovg naQtovxctg") Sis- 
jtop9-(iEVE'^ (ua&ov, liycav rnxga &s^v Tnvtijv'*) t^u jtop^^tsiW '*) 
slifjipivai dio zb dinatog dvat^*). Kurog'^*) ^iv o^v '^) 'iJgwjtA^e") 

') The copies of which differ conaiderably from our Sdioliast, 
*) itQOS L. and ApoU. n^og zov Aid. 

') STiQov] agiartQov Tiim., rmd so Eudoc. Violar. p. 112. Sfitov 
TEctz, ad Lye. 50. Ct. Scliol. .id II. tp'. 194, ov «al airoa-naaag (oorr. 
aicoKliiaae) lo trrgov tmv HEpatwJ' i'la^E trjv jiaQ&ivov. 

') Atp,ovioo AH. Eiidoc. Tzetz. atp,aviov L. p.^iieviov, aQfiivov, or 
a^ftofiO" the copies of Apoll. ij ■Kothv Turn. 

'•) ?XH — ^guior ^ norbv tinsq sv^aixo Apoll. ^qiiitov '^ notov also 

^) aqi^ovoi' Aiioll. cod Faiu. anovov L. Aid. Juntt. and most copies 
of Apoll aqi&ovov tf Korl a^ovov Turn. vulg. 

') Ttainag] jclt]%ae the copies of Apoll. and Tzeta. ouTOg rjv Turn. Br. 
») Mfft"] all' Apoll. 

') 8ti lyvm] Siiyvw most copies of Apoll. 
'") vleos L, and so often the mas. 
") jrorpiortBs] jcaQttTtliovrag the copies of Apoll. 

") tfitjto'e&fieue jiie&ov. UyMv Br. diETtdp^fif nf |lho9-(u Xiyum L. 
SitJioQ^litvt fiiad'ov (@i add. in Apoll. 1 Aid. 
") ravTtjv om. Apoll. 
") jcoQ&HEiav Dind. from Apoll. jnogei'av vulg. Cl". Tr. 568, 'noQfve. 

— 3(0! StMatoavvriv Apoll. 

"•) aiids] «ai aiTOg Turn. 

'") ouv Apoll. Dind. III. 6 the mss. Dind. 11. Qu. ovp o. 

") 'Hgaxi^S added from Apoll. — ko pi Jsii' Br. — .dtnjtop&ftfiKoi' Turn. 

— aPKMfiaJowcijs Turn. Br. 



z'ov nuTdfihv du^rj, Jtiiavctqav &i (tiaS-bv i<h¥j9sl^ iTiiv^iipe NiGoa 

Sh avaxQayoviirjg^'') eiG^ofisi'os l^el&ovta Nsaoou iro^evaev tig rjjv 
xttQSUiv. 6 Si jtelkcov islevTav, itgoGKokiGti^evag ^ijuivefpav'*) 
fZjK TTjIiHv XapOvSav iv xtJjjAM, */ &sXoi repog 'Himx,lia ipiXiav^'') 
lj;eii', rdv rf yoiw 6V atp'^xi naxa itjg yijg'^'') xal rb §viv ix tov 
igovittcTOg tijq AkISos al^ tfvufil^ag sSaxsv'^'). ^ de Xa^ovoa iipv- 
inttE WHp' iavr^. Sts^itiv Sh 'H^anl^g iiji' 'd^vonmv %(aqav Koi 
zgoip^g aTCOQiSv, {mavt'^eavrog'^) avra'^^) Sstoddfiavtog ^(njlatoijv- 
Tog^*), Tov itetfov toSv iKwpcjv XvtSag xai^*) eipa^ag {vtox"!"*^). 
o>g Se "^xEv slg T^xcva n^bg K^xa, v^od'ei&slg vjt' avroU j^qvo- 
JTKS xarc7toXi(i.7iC£v. tt^&ig Si ixtt&Ev o^fijj'Sei^ -") ^iyifito ^aailfi 
avvcfia'jirjai Jro^iemv AoTtt&rti yap Ttegl j^g S^mv Trpig ovtov feo- 
Affiouv, KoQtSvov GT^xTiyovvzog, u 6s jtokio^xovftsvog incnaXiaaro 
'HQaxlia jSoij&Sv inl fii^et z-^g y^g. ^iM)^ijffng de 'J?p«Ki-^5^^) dni- 
jtrEtvs KiJpoM'Oi' fi£Ta ««( nlAwii^^) , K«i tijv yiji* anadav ikm^iQav 
inoltiOcv aitixiavi di xal AayoQav^^) jiet^ riSv nalStav^^), §aadia 
Jqvonav, iv 'Aaoklcavog rinivsi^"), jiam9(Sv avfi(t«;jov naqiovtu 
de "JiMvc^*) slg fiovofia%tap nQovxttXttro^'*) avrbv Kvxvog o*') 
"A^eog^^) xal Usltrntug' evatig ^i xal tovTOv anixTtiviv. tog ds 
itg 'O^jiiviov^^) ijiHi', '-4f(v)iTci>p avrini 6 ^aSilevg ovx e^ade fis&' 
oreAojii ira^tivtri, xetlvojifvng Si xa^ek&stv xal vovrov aitixxBivsv. 
a<piK6^evog Si tig T^axiva OT^tiav^^) in' OliaXiitv svv^d'QOiBsVf 
Ev^vtov ttfta^^aaa&ai Q'iXav. avii^a^ovvrav S' 'A^xaSiav avtei 
xtit Mt}lt£fov zav ix T^a^ivog xtcl Aox^wv rtav '£fflt«vi)fi(diMv, xxti- 

'") JrfCavti^efv om. Apoll. . 

") ngog 'Hgaxlia q>iXiav] qii'ltgov ngos 'Hgaiilfa Turn. ApoJl. prob. 
Dind. mpos HgaxXia efiXr^ov Br. 

'") tov T£ lov atpr^tLt xata i^s xoxlov vul^. Corrected from Apoll. 

") iSioiiev Br. SiSmxtv vulg. om. Apoll. 

^*) vnavxtieavta L. aTtavriieavzos Apoll. 

'3) aiza Aid. nutoS L. om. Apoll. 

") ®ttoSdiiavttt ^oijloTOvvia L. Xvaag xal om. Turn. 

") tvmxtiTo] jina);jjOaio Turn. Apoll, Br. 

i«) av&ig si sKcr&ev opfUjfl'fie Apoll. Br. av9is ixii^tv oQiiij^iig 
Turn. av9ig sxtl&'tv vulg. Diad. — o 'H^axlfis Turn. 

*^ aXlav] tav aXloyv Apoll. Mai aiXwv Turn. Herm. 

'") .^aydpav sevetal copies of Apoll. (Aaoyoqav othei's, as Tzetz. Hist. 
ii. 467.) alXayoQav L. and Etidoc. 

*') aaidtav] zixvmv Turn. Apoll. Kuroii add. Turn. 

'"J teuivei] daivafitvov , v^Qi<szi]v ovxa wal add. Turn. Apoll. prob. 
Dind. — Irtava] 'To Iton,' I iuppo5e, a place so called. — nQoxaXii- 
Tfti Turn. 

") 6 add. Aid. om. L. and Apoll. 

'') 'Aqcos !•- Dind. Aqsos vulg. and Apoll. 

") 'Ofjiiviov WsBsel. and Diodor. iv. 37, Br, &c, 'Ogx^l^tvov vulg. 
and Apoll. Eiidoc. — aTgariKV Brunck. ezgaztiav vulg. 



8 i:oipOKylEOrZ- -ri'^XlMyll. 

imv Bvv KVTcS OT^wOftfteyi'ii' roug BJto&ftwiTnj , "/jrwivooy'"') tov 
K^iiKOg, *c[( 'AQyetov Kal Mikava , tovj^') j^mv^viov rewtdct?, )(«( 
iKqjt)pttj'(»y^e«S t^ii Jtoin', ^ysv 'J6l't]v aixnt/Xcoiov. xai jt^oGojfi*- 
oO'EtS Kr)vctl^ tijg Ev^oictg axQtutij^lm Jtbg Kijvatov iB^bv iS^vaaxo. 
(tikXtov 6k liQiiVQysiv »^pv)t«^*) S'jcb^i^s Kafinqav iO&jjrw oiaovxct. 
na^ TOtitou SI '*) ra ns^l ri^v 'JdAijv ^v[iaviiQa 7cv9o(iivri xttl 
Ssleaaa (til ««^lf ifiBiVTjv^'' ayan'^Tj, vofiliSaGa lij aiijOj^'") ipil- 
rqov ttvat rb §viv at(i.a Niseov , lovtM riv xtrmva SxQiasv. cSg Si *"} 
&eQjuxTr&ei>tos toiJ ;ttr(3vos 6 Jig r-^g ^dp«e ^oS'/sto*"), tow ^ew 
A(%av JtKti^aiUv*''), iig Tpa^jivc ds lid vsaq xofii^txat. AtjiaviiQU 
da ^i&se&natt*') ^avrijv avrjQVtjSBV. 'H^axl^g dh IvzEibiiiBvoe 
"TXioi, Ss avteS cm Arjiave(gag iji" jeatg Tcpsff jSvTt^og , -c^v 'loktjv 
avS^a^ivta yijiiai, na^uysvoftsvog^'^ slg OiVjju, S isriv S^og Tpft- 

;(tl'OS, WVpRV*') MOi^fiKg, EJtMfDffEV £Jt[^«S i^PcE^IIEM'. TOV d« ftl) *^) 

■ffeiovroe Iloutg jr«pwi»' ^i f^tijffn' noifLvliov vtpa'^ag ila§t xa id|K 
itttp' avTov Sa^Bciv. xaiojtivij; 6h r^g jtupaj*') Xiysrai vitpog vno- 
atav fista ^QOvtijg avrbv^^'f itg ovt/aviv avitmsfi.ifiai^*). i'v9ct rv- 
^tov aQ-avacCag yq(iag "H^rjv trjv "Hqciq QvyariQa Tioiei ncdSa:; 
'Ali^ia^v Kai 'AvlxTjxov^^y 

'*) EvQVTOv ora. Aid. 

35) ccteii] aUgei L. 

") ''initaaov re Apoll. 

") toue] iou Aid- Juntt. 

'*) )Uj0TfMa L. Junt, n. Herm. Dinrt. clg Krjvucc Aid. Jimt. I. eis 
Tfttxiva tov JSijuKK Apoll. (slg T^axiva lof. Aix^y son. Wessel ad Dio- 
dor. I. c). tis Tgaxiva AC%av x'ov HjipjjKa Br, (ef, Tr, 189, Aixitg n 
%tiQV^). — TcaQti #E Toiiior Tinm. 

'') Jtalii; iKfi'vjji'] i-Ativriv jiaXlov Turn. Apoll. Br. prob, Diitd, 

■") i^ Hljj&E^a] lafs alq^Btatg Apoll. — cos Si ftcj More fully re- 
lated in ApoUodorusr ivSig Ss 'HQav-lrig k'&vsv' cos 3e ^egjiav^ivxas xov 
Zizaniog 6 f^e vSgag lie tof zganu Sarins, roi' (iW Aixav twv itoSmv 
aQa/itvos na-ni^ovxtiSBv [aith trjg Bonotlas del. Hejne] elg t^v Eipo'iKrjv 
%alaaaav [these words are not found in the mss.], x'ov S\ %izd>va ajiiajia 
TtQoansq)V}i6xa x^ atajiaxi' avvantGTceivxo Si v,at at aa^KSg avxm. xot- 
avti} di cuficpopa %axaa%e9sls slg Tfta%£va Eni vsmg yioitC^ovtai. — d zrjg 
vSQag log xov x^Siza tarjns Turn, xov jpcoios Ka^ij^xsto Br. Qu, xov 
XQtutos riv&)jnx£zo. — xccxtjuovTitfev \xax£Tiovxia(v Wuad. Arg. c. VI. §, IJ. 

*') JrjiaviiQcc ale&Ofievrj ovv xo yfyoros Turn, iJii'idvfiQa Si al- 
o&ofti'n; ro y. Staph. xaqayEVOi^evos Se edd. vett, — i-niC nvqav Turn. 

") lou Si iiij] ;i!]Ssvog Si xovxo Apoll. — rpXoyog Aid. Jtmt. I. Herm. 

■") aviov added from Apoll. Turn, 

*^) avuji^fi-^ai Aid. and Apoll. ajtoTCf/iiljat L. Junt. II. 

<5) ^v9'a ni];cflr nS'avaBiae Mttl Siallaydg Mqoi iijr fHftVijs 9vya- 
■■ — tra„.. ?. it L. ,..'..;; -atSfg 'Ale^iaQtjg Mcci 'AvUqzoq iyivovro 











I) This inde-^ of persona is given as fonnd in L. Of these the irera- 
TKymviCTijg acts the pirts of Deianira ^nfl Herouleo the deiTiqayntviazrie 
those of Hyllus and Lichas the rjuraytoKitrnji thisp ot the nurse, the 
messenger and the old man lole I'i a Konpov TiQoabntov The SovXij 
tQorpbg who enters ^t the ojening of the pli> wift Deianira, and recites 
42 — 60 IB doubtles'! the ^ame nctor who iddregses the Chonis below 

') Tpofpos 1 jraiflKyojog in Aid (BouXij TQoipog being' iU given after- 
wards). &SQttnaiva ed. Br. (who also gives r^oqios). 

') jvvaiKav] Jtoe&sVoii' ed. Br. That the Choros ia composed not of 
married women, as yvvaitiav wonid seem to imply, hut of virgins, appears 
from the remark of Deianira 143 — 152. 





Aoyos ^cv J6t' ap3;a(0g Kv&gdnav (puvtlg 

1. Cf. Ant. 620. aofiia y«Q Sk iou xicivov tutog iciipavtai, to &i! 
Eriphus ap. Athcn. 134 C. ioyos yaQ ia%' apjctos ov kkkms fjwr. -^sch. 
Ag- 750. jicikaiq>aios i' i" TOig pQOTOCg y^?"'^ loyog liTvxrai, licyav te- 
Xtad'ivta giiaios ol^oi' tSKvovcd'txi [itjS unaida Q'vtjaxtiv, Cho. 311. 
ipaOKtrt naO'fiv, ] Tgiysjiojv (i»#og ratfe qiravil. Eur, Menal. Fr. XVII. 
^rciitttoe atvoe' fgya f**" I'toufprnr, | fotilai d' ^xovai xSiv ytQaixiQtav 
v.Qat(iq. Id. ^ol. Fc. XVIII. TtoliMoe orrvos tog ?iit. Find, N. IX. IS-fott 
ds iifi lo'yos «**e'^foi', &c. Arcliiloclius Fr. 30. silvo? ns av^QmTttav 
oSf I roj ^. Herod. VII. 51. iq %-v^'ov av ^alti ncl to xulaiov tiros, ^S 
to ttgijtal, etc. Plat. Phaedr. 37, ^Ima yco ij'ij «al o xalatog loyog 
riQTCiiv loji ^Xt«a, Symp. 18. o jcalaiog layog 8V ix"- f^'"- Adeiph. 
V. 3. 18. 'nam vetm verlitaii hoc guidem est,' &c. 

liiv set' L. ralg. ji'tv iar' A. K. Nanck. Rigbtly. 

iJtia-gMJiois] Aneed. Oxon. IV. 328, 21. 

qjorfE^s] 'Put forth, uilered.' Lat 'editus proliiis' Ant. 621. 
aoiplit yrtQ ^k iov nf.iii'tiv inog itsipavxai, lO — (£d R 848. teH oe 
ipavsv ye tovTiog a>3 snictaeo. 474 525 The eonstiuctinn of av9'gii>- 
jciar, if the word be sound, is not very cleir It may dcjend either on 
loyog, or on qxivsig (cf. on Phil, 3) Tho formtr mole Beemt the more 
probable (of. Find, and Archil. I. c). Qu k tivog ifavs g (ia in Ant. 621). 
Or loyos Tialaiog for' iv ar&'gtoTeoig q)av£is 

2. o^« or aiS,v'] alav ouk av K 

alSiv' — ^qotSivl ' The life of morlaU i e of any mortal 
iHUK&oig L, T, Stob, FI. 106, 38 (h^a^oi supr g ms A,), and 
Snid. V, alS>va (the best mss,) Johns Br 'Wak &<, tMfiK&ijE (or -Qrjg) 
K, V. Ufia^ot A, B. M. Aid. Matth. Cf. on Aj. 144, tl. 697, (Ed. C. 796, 
MKK BF lapoie, &e. Fr. 563. ^sch. Sept. 719. »ti>v SiSovtiav oux av 
kntpvyoig (oi supr. in L.) %aKa. and on Arist. Av. 382. The author of 
this apophthegm is supposed to have been Solon: whence the Scholiast 
charges our Poet with an anachronism, comparing Herod. I, 29 — ^33, Cf. 
on (Ed. E. 1523. ^sch. Ag. 928. oX^Cecu Si XQV I P'of teXsvtiiaavt' iv 
Eunfftof <p{Xii. Eur. Andr. 100. XQV ^' °" "ot' glTittv ovSiv' ol^tov 
^Qotav, 1 jiplji av, &av6vtog, ti]v riXrvtaiav iSyg | ojiois TCtQaattg ijfifnaji 
^|*( xata, Dionysius Stob. Serm. 251. fl'njTioi' di /ir^dsie fitjSiv oX- 


iffivri rig, oiV li zptjcrog ovt ei tg> xcxng' 

l^oid' Bxovan 8vOTV%Yj TS xftl ^agvv, 5 

i^rig JFftrpos filv iv dofioiaiv Oivicas 
valovO^ h' iv UXivQavi vvfKpsiav nrXoi' 

^lov nort\xQivti, jiqIv avxov su tElfvtijaavt idj) \ tv aerpal'^i yiiQ 
toji 9av6vt ^jcaivfoai. Sopli. Fr. 573. on XOV "'•'' *" xQiK'SfoVTos ol- 
piaai Tvxcis I avSgbs, Ttglv avia navtelmg fi6rj fiiog \ SiEKntgav^r/ xal 
tclevT^ey ^iov (iclsuiijeBPi' ISrief). Ilerol I 33 ^Kstiio Si xo ftpfd 
;i*, oEjiio as eya Xiyia, jtglv Sv rslevz'^eavra xalaig rov ttlmva nv9m- 
p,Ki. Pimi. Isth. III. 49. arpdvsiu tvias tjlji rllog aKQOv f«£iTO-iit Theogn. 
.175. ov fciQ 5v etSeiiig avSgoe voov ovSi iiimiMOS | ngiv jteigijd'i^ijs 
to(T5iFp vjtoSvyiov. 063. fi^ not' ixaivijaiie tiqIv an elSt/g avSga eaqii]- 
yUg, I oQy^v Knl poS'fio* ital TQomov oeiig av jj 

3, Qavri K. L. M. V. Ven. Stob. cv. p, 562 and feuid (t vo mw ) Junt. 
II. prob. Elmsl. (ad Eiir. Siippl. 91,6. Iph. 1 IS Her 969 Med p 119. 
and in Quart. Rev. XIV. 453). 9avoi A. B 1 vnlg tf^Ant 175 apijjK- 
J'oi' 3s jiKnos avSgog ivjia^slv \ ^vz^"" " ?'»■ av 1 "W'S — fnpt^W 
<f>av7i, 308. Eur. Her. 181. i^s av StKriv kqivhsv ii yvotjj Xoyov, ] iniiv 
av jtHjj' ajifpofjr p,v9'ov it.p,a^Ti aaipii; (Where snua^oi without av would 
have done equally well.) Ipb. T. 20, av (tij vavg ttipoQiiiisji j&owos, | nt/lv 
av Koejjf afjv 'lq>iY(vnav''d(irrp,ig ] id^iij (la^oi the mss ) aipaystaav Arist. 
Veap- 725, ttqIv av dnipoiv p^v^fyv dKOvv^i, \ oik av diKaaaig Cf also 
on ArlBt. Eq. IS4. Pae. 33. Ban, 766, and on 687 below Apitz in vain 
defends S-dvoi by Plat. Phted. p. 101 D. %alquv imtie av xal ovk ano- 
kqIvulo, £ojs av za cnc' iv.eiv7]s ogiiij^ivia flxsi/rdo, et — (Where 
Stallbanni, who fortnevlj suspected av, now defends it It should un- 
doubtedly be ejected, nnless indeed for UKiipaio we substitute CKf^j? ) 

otit' si jpjjOTos, oSi* ci TOi xa»DSJ For the position of tra cf Ant. 
2&7. arjiifSa — ovts Qr/ifiig ovie tov Kvvav t(paiviTO Below 1254 tcqIv 
Ijixsasir I Bxagayiiov ^ tiv' olaxQov. Msvh Proni 21 tv oirs qnoi>riv 
ov-cs TOV fioQipiiv ^Qoteyv \ o^ti. Eur. Heo 731) (n"r ilniSog yag ovis 
tov tfd^jjs OQdi I ^dgaog jicp' Jj/ifv. Similarly El 929 ijiis ovis fujipl 
SvBZfQn^- See Pora. ad Heo. 374. Matth, Gr g 428 4 Heue compares 
Plat. Prot. p. 312 C. ovt' fl dya^a, ovz si kbho) jceaypaxi Wakefield 
found a difficulty, and suspected some error in this verse Qu — ovt' 
ovv (cf. on Ant. 4) si «a«6g. Or oiir' tl x^ijetog sei , our tt kkkos- 

6. ^xovaa'\ Perhaps ayovaa. 

6. irargos fisv — ■] The apodosis to this is contained in what follows 
27 f. or perhaps 36f. Cf. PhiL If Msv, without Si following, occurs 
265. 380, &e. 

Sofioiatv] Sofioig (tv add. m. pr.) L, 

7. virCova' iv K. L. M. vaiovad y h V. Ven. vaiovaa S' iv B. 
vaiovo' ivl A. IHsvqmvi vaCovea V. vaCova h' iv Erf. Dind, Hart. 
Scba. Borg-k,, also Kidd. ad Dawes. Dobr. (Cf. on 922.) vaiove' frt 
Wiind., who considers iv has crept in from a gloss. (Cf, Fr. 401. AiaS&vt 
valeov Ztrs — . <Ed. R. 1461. *ft ps velsiv tqsisiv. Below 172. JoiSStvt. 
115. TCqvvS-i. Eur. Phcen. 617. Mvxtivatg. Or. lOS.'jQysi.) vaiovaiv 
Apitz. Seyf, Nek. (Cf. on Aj. 59, m Kletvic Zalajih, av /isv jtoji rahig—.) 



aXyiSxov ia'^iv , si rig -^^roAiy yvvij. 
[ivrjaTijQ yA^ ^v (tot ;roraji6s, l^ZiAwoc Xiyto, 

Og (*' 4V TQialv flOQpfcCetV ^t]Tei aaXQOq, 10 

(poitav ivfiffyijs ««wpos, wAilot' «^'Aos 

i^a^ovo' ot' ^ Weukl., coll. 23. <E<I. R. 801. Cf. 40. ^fifis li^fv tv TQaxivi — 
vaioiisv. Horn. II. |'. 116. mxsov S' Iv nXevgrnvi aiJCStvy KalvSSivi: 
t'. 708. OS e' iv "Tlji vaCtOKS. 

TIl6VQiovt\ Sophocles alone, obaervea Mnellec (Dor. T. 1. p. 417), 
makes Deianira a native of Plern'on. Other writers mention Calydon as 
her country. V. Apollod. II. 7. 5. Diodor, IV. 34. 

vv^qisCiav A. B. K. vvfiipiiav L. M. T. I. q. vvynftvitaiatv (<Ed, R, 980). 
Cf. Ant. 814. ovz' knl vviKpsiots Tiia (is ns v/ivog viivijaev. SeLol: vv/i- 
ipimv, avTi lov vvjiipevfidTmv. Translate: ^ About my marriafje.' So Pliil. 
752. nzovov aavcov noisig. 

MPOv A. B. K. T. vnlg. Apitz. Wund, Bgk. Nek. oj-koi- V. oilov K. 
(in mai^,) L. and v. 1. in scliol. (where it is explained by t^v zaXaiitaQiav). 
Cant. Steph. Erf. Wak. Dind. Schn. Hart. The common reading is defended 
by Wund. &c. "OrAos is esplained by the grammarians to mean (loj^os 
(Hesjcli.), xovos, Mmiona^ua, Ti^fftg, which sense well suits this passage. 
Cf. jEseh. Sept. 18. anavcu navSoMOvea TtaiSsCas ozlov (sehol: novav). 

8. Cf. Eur. Andr. 6. vvv S , st riq aAlij, Svcxvxioxarri yurij. In 
such phrases Sophocles usually omits alXog, as obsei'ved by Bergler (ad 
Arist. PI. 65), Cf. CEd. C. 734. 1006. 1664. Aj. 488, &c. 

Alttalt^'] AtxmXri M. 

9. 'AxeXaov liya] V. Valck. ad Phcen. 994. Blomf. ad ^sch. Sept,' 
486. Lob, ad Aj, 569. On this courtship of the Achelous see Wund. In- 
trod. 111. g. 3. 

10. E|gr£i A. K. L. T., &c, eSijisi B. M. Ven. Translate E'lijift ncTptis, 
'asked of (oi- from) my father,' 

11. (poixai'] 'Coming frequently, visiting,' Waketield marks a colon 
after ^otxiov, construing thus: os, tpoixiiv iv z^iel ito^qtatatv, i^igxei p.^ 

Ifagf^s] KfgnffEfjs conf. Herw. 'Evident, manifest.' CEd. E. 535. Xtjaxtjs 
z ha^yris—. Tr. 224. taS' —^Xiiisiv jtaQsax' ivagy^. CEd, C. 910, JEsch, 
Ag. 684. ivaQyijs pa|tS' Pers. 175. ivagyig (ovaQJ. Lucian. eal. Slc. 18. 
qidvivxa ivaqy^ xov &iav iTciaxfi'ipai , &c. Herm. and Wund. explain it 
'purus puddus' (i. e, integri tauri specie], as opposed to av3Qe£ai Kvxst 
povTtgmgog. Wakefield finds fault with tiie epithet ivagyiis, observing that 
there is no reason why this should be predicated of the xavQOs more than 
of the JpuHaiv, &c.; and moreover that some special epithet, suitable to 
a bull, is here required. He therefore corrects ivsgy^s xuv^oe, 'vaiidus 
iaurm,' 'a strong powerful bull,' But ivcQyijs does not appear ever to 
bear this sense. Qu. os /t' — ii'gxBi tcuxqos \ foixam 'ivttiffiii, xaigos 
ayqiag, ullot at! (or ravgog ay^iog tog, toi av, cf. El. 739. Ant. 367) 
I Sganiav flitxog, &c. But the true reading is probably ipoii&v zot' cp- 
y^fi tavgog, tiXkox' — (cf. El. 739. tox' alXof, aXXo^' axtgoq), white 
being here an appropriate colour, and corresponding well with atoXog. 
Cf, Eur, Iph, A, 574. agyivvciig maga fioe^oiq. 

xavgog] "Diod. Sic. IV. 36. Stiab. X. I. .Slian. V. H. II. 33, Lambin, ad 
Korat, Od. IV. 14. 25. Erf. ad Trach. 519." (Apita.) Cf. 508. 519. Eur. Or. 

,y Google 


1377. 'Slxiavos — zavgoTCQavog. BiiPcli. 1017, ^avlj&l iKvpos ^ 3roIjiK(iii:- 
voff Wit"*. Hor, OH IV, 14. 26. 'Sic laariformis volvitar Aufidns.' Ovid. 
Met I\ 80 Sic qiioqtie devicia realabot tertia tauvl \ forvia Irucis: tauro 
1 Ut s tnhra rebello.' Some deriy«d this figure, according to Strabo 
p 702 ho the tortttons windings of rivers, kjco t£v nata ta ^efA'po 
KKfiKiov as naXovai xf^iceriif. So Val. Fl. Till. 186, ' Fimdere non mto 
i ni 1} e fi mina rornu \ aedpiraus,' Hut it is more probable tliat riywa 
were so called from tlie roaring sonnil of tlieir waters (ciro tom iixatv, 
bt b ibdl II, <p'. 937. TOrff Sv-PaXlt &vQaif, jiEUVKMt ^vtc tavQog. 

alloi ] For tlie stitmression of tlie former aUovt cf. on El. 752. 
(pOQOiiiitvos nQog outfffe, aXXot' ovgavf | eitilfi TCQOqiaivtav. Eur, He«. 28. 
■uti^licn S itt ccTiTiits, hIXot' iv %6v%ov ffnlM. (Pors.) Hom. II. j; . J71. 

atolos Sqbk<ov\ Cf. 834. uloXog SQavrav. Hom. II. /t'. 208. aloXoe 
ofptg. Pind. P. VIII. 48. dpaMOiTQ: tioikiXov. 

12. Meineke suspects tlie integrity of this line. 

SQa«mv IXtxTog] Seliol: Sia to av-oXiov tcov qtv^aroiv. And so ex- 
pliiins Strabo X. 20. Siu lO ji^KOs val i^v exoXiotyizK. Ovid. Met. IX. 63. 
* Klaborqne viro tonginit fomtiitus in angiiem: | qui postquatit flescoji Sinrtavi 
corpus in orbes, .f-c' Hesioil says of the Cephisus, Fr. 201. tlltyitit'os 
elai SQUfHov wg. 

tvTtot ^ovKQavos all tlie mas. schol. some mss. cf. Strabo. vulg. Erf, Apitz. 
Bergk. xvtu §ov^ffiagos Strab. X. 2. Musgr. Br. Wak. Sehaefer. Herui. Wiiud. 
Dind, Scbn. Nanefc. rvnot povngagoe Hart. Philostratus Juii. 4. ^ounpoie" 
ntiT^ (Aclielous) VQoaaata, ubI yfvttag ajupilaipiig, Jlijyai is vaiiatwv eiti- 
JcXijfiitvffovaat rov ysvriov. Empedooles ap. JElian, H. A. XVI. 29. jtoIAh 
(liv anfmgocamuval KfiifilexeQva ifivsa&'ai,\^ovfgvii avSgoitQ^^tf lor 
S ifinaXiv i^avaxiXXsiv \ avSgoifvii ^ov-AQava, &c. jEseh. Sept. 533- 
^IdetTi^a naXXiiiQiaQov (schol: KaXXiagooainov) , avSgo^taig nvijp. Ag. 
235. CTo'fiaios *« KaXliTtgipQov. Cho. 389. jiaQoi&Ev Si ^Qt^QUf (Schol; 
T^ff oiptrog). Sept. 53. .^lian. 11, 46. avzijie^Qoi t» votip slfioi'iat. 
Ilesycb: povagmQov. — atiiiaivei Si nal t'^v BovaQoaoyjiov. In like man- 
ner avSgujiQiaeos {avftqong6aB)7iog,Hesycii.), avTtngaiQog Tr. 223. Hesych: 
itgmga, jTpoooj^roii. Blomf. Gl. Prom. 431, With povKgavog cf. tavgo- 
vgavog {Eur. Or. 1378. Slxtavog — TCcnQongccvos)- -ffn'tos means any 'c«- 
vily^ (so Q-mgaxog «jjiog Arist. Pae, 1223. iQinoSoe Eur. Suppl. 1209. xt- 
q)aXijs Plat. Tim. p. 155), sometimes the 'cavity of the body,' especially 
the 'trunk' (Arist. H. A. I. 7. 1). Hesj'ch: vvxos' a&iia. Of the hippo- 
potamus Diodoms says, I, 35. lO S' olov k^tos iov atafiaTog ovv avo- 
lioiav ilstpttvTi. The reading iiiiij) is not lightly to be discarded; indeed 
it may be perhaps the trne one. Cf. MsvK Sept. 488. 'injiOfitiSovzog cjl^fnf 
xai (leyas ^utos. Eur. Bacch. 1329. oipiog alXa^ei xvnov. Still the sense 
eeems to reqaire rather ttvzsi trunk than ivniii form. 

ttvSQsiip in the sense of avS'gameio), as avijg is occasionally used for 

13. §ov7tgaigog, not ^ovngtagog, is said to be the correct orthogr:!- 
phy of the word: cf. on Phil, 482. 

Saentav yevftaSos] .^sch. Pers. 331. nvgoliv ^a^lrjO-^ Saaxiov 
ytvetdSa. Kur. Bacch. 218, ^v 6s Saavioig ogiai. 




ToiovS' iyd ftPtjOt^^cc it^ooSiiS^yitivii lb 

SvaTTjVos dd xar&cevttv iai/vxoiirjv, 

n^lv t^aSe xoCtvis ifizslasd'^vai nozs. 

%q6v<p S' iv vOTiffa [ilv, uajidvij St (tot 

o xXsivog tjld'e Z^jvog 'viAxft^vijg re sects' 

otf tig dyavtt t0Ss Gv^TltSav [i«xijS 20 

W. Kgovvol SisQQdtvoPzo] Aq GnalUige of eongtraction , fur properly 
that is aai3 to be QaiviaO'ai, on wliicli any liquid is poiueil. Cf. Aj, 376. 
Igeitvov atfi' Idsvea. CEd. R. 1279. (lelag ojiPgos — itiyyeto. Below 
848. ferhaps SttQ^iovto, or naTi^qiovto. 

KQTjraiov noioS] Phil. 21. tcozov kqi^voiov. jEscIi. Pers. 475. ytQij- 
vaiov yavof. Tlozov is gen. of Jiorov. 

15. JCQaaSeStyi^iv^] ' fltming received' (at lioiiie, as a guest). Wuiidi^i' 
explains: ^exceplitm habens.' Cf, 233. tl Jratfl'' 'Hga-xl-ia ^leoedi'^OftBt. 
628. ro i^s 1**18 oQav Tc^oaSiy^aza. 376. ziv' itaSiSty^ai -niiftovliv 
■ononztyav; Heatlii 'ad me recipiens.' Wakef: 'iiacla,' Others wrongly 
explain ^awidtatg.' 01. T: iiQoaSoiiStea. For Aehelous had been already 
admitteil to the house as a suitor. 

16. ail] alil A. B. K. L. T. Br. tacitly. 

xaz9avsCv iJujti);ofnji'] (Ed. E. 249. En(i!j;ofiKt — Tca^iiv. 
in(v%6iiriv A. B. K. L. T. vnlg. Is. i^TjvxoiiTiv Dind. 

17. Suspected as an interpolation by Bergfc. Weokl. Dind. 

xijaSt MOiif(s ip,'Jislac^fivai the mss. tovSe Kot'ijjg Wimder (v. 
Emend, p. 5 f.). zalaSe Kortats — conj. Sehneitt. Cf. on Pbil. 677. xav 
neliitav li^zgav noti rmv ^los. El. 272. Iv xohtj aazgos- (Ed. K. 
1101. Eur. Bhes. 920. A^Kipois i-alaSTiv Sz^v^avog ipumlfM'oiE. Eur. 
Tro. 204. lixTpote itltx^nia' 'ElXdvaiv. Andr. 26. Hee. 890. .^seb. Fr. 
161. aXX' 'Avzi%Xelas acaov ^ifts Siovipog — ij a' lyetvazo. 'Einctld- 
^etv governs a dative 748. iiov S' iftitela^HS TCi'^el — ; But of. on 
(Ed. C. 1483. Ph. 1333. Qu. Ttglv taledt noizaig. (Cf. 922. iv Tioitaiai 
zcticS' tvv^zQiav, El. 194. iv xoize/tg icut^cuaig.) Or itqlv zf/Ss xohji 
y — . IliXa^Ee^ai governs a dative Eur. Or. 1279. aq ovziq ■ii^iv z/c- 
valSav ■niXatixai. Rhes. 776. TzsXa^ia&ai atgaziS. Below 748. nov d" 
Eftjrtitfjdff zdvSgi—; Btirges also (ad Suppl. 780) proposes xoitaig (moi- 
f^s) for Kolz-ijs. Translate, Ihis aUiance. So hixoq 1227. 

18. ipdi'M S' h uorigm] (Ed. C. 614. tofj S' I* vattQoi );eo'*io. 
aaiiivji Si [tot] jEsch. Prom, 23. ocuii-oj Si aoi | ^ xoistlttfiiav 

vii^ aTrmcgv^ti fdos. Arist. Pac. 582. tag ijJ^fs ^i^lv aOfievotq. Eur. Pb. 
1061. Berod. VIIL 14. as eipi deiisvoiet ^Prigri sTiilaiiipt. 10. ocoiet 
Si Ttai TsSop,£voiaiv riv zo ygvojitvov. (Ed. R. 1356, &eHo*ii najiol zovz' 
av r[v. (Ed. C 1606. no&ovvzt iiQOvipavtiq. H. 4'. IDS. ffiol Si kev dofiivm 
fir}. Taeit. Agrie. 18. ' Quibus bellum mlentibas erat.' "II. ))'. 7. &'. 487. 
(»'. 374. Od. f('. 438. n'. 220. y'. 209. ^'. 241. w'. 400." (Apitz.) 

de ftoi A. B. K. I,. S' ffioi T. The utv seems almost superfluous. 
Sliould we read xgovai $' iv vazigai, /idl dcfiivg Si fiot — ? 

20. dymva — fia^fjs] Eur. Andr. 725. fnilJjs dyav. Her. 798. Aj. 1163. 
^azat fiiydlijs igiSog ztg dyiov. El. 1441. Si%at ayava. Pausan. X. 21. 2. 



ixkvttaC (IS. xal Tpoirov (liv kv Ttovav 
ovx av SitiTtotii' ' ov yicQ old^ ' «W Sang i]v 
&Kxav KTKQ^f}s "f^^S ^tccg, Sd' av kiyoi. 
iya yuQ ^fiijv snjtBJtkriyiiivri ipo^m 
^ij fto( TO xdXkoq akyos ^^£upoi reoTt. 
TsXog S' SQijxB Zsvg ayaviog, 
ii Sr{ xakas' Aeijog ywp 'liQcixkeZ XQirov 
. 471. IS ■ 

e present, a 

n 362 f. 

1 disihiHbj: CEd. R. 39*. 
II A. T. vulg'. fl'CHiaj' 

is aymva IX^dv jioltfiov. Arist Fi 
aytava vvv latuaiv. Virg. JEn. XII. 598. 'pugn 
■caSe] zovSe (supr. m) K. ' WM Mm.' 

21. EMluciat] Qii. iKpiiEiffi. The change t. 
Aj. 31, &c. 

Tfovwv] iio^av conj. Wakef. 

22. 6ii:Citoty, ] I. e. Sirjy't}Btt{ji'rjv , 'explni 
854. Horn. D. k'. 425. Plat. Legg. VU. 14. 

23. ^KHmv] ^raKuv (circ. a ra. ant.) L. € 
Br. See Elnasl. in Her. 994. Cf. (Ed. R. 20. (Ed. C. 340. Aj\ 106. 326. 
1173. Ear. Her. 240. 994. The Schol. takes it for a snbstantivc;, for lio 
obserres: Ohmos i] xa^sS^a. 

ata^PilS f^S ^Etts] 'Undismayed by the sight.'' Cf. G91. ala^^ss 
f,Uov. Ph. 828. vitv oSvvas aSarig. 

off'] o *' Herm., whom see on Phil. 86—87. "OS' is donbtless rifflit. 
Cf. Ant. 464. oezis yaQ Iv jtollotaiv, <ag tya, xavots \ Sy , wrag oS' 
ovjl KaTS^ave^v xigBog tpigei; 646. Zatis S' tcvanpEl-^-ca (pitvii xixva, | 
ti TovS' av Efnms aXXo — ; Below 820. El. 441. Cf. on Phil. 87. Burges 
on Phil. 86 rashly proposes ziiS' — . 

24. ?(»i)J'] Tillljv A. B. L. (supr. a m. ree.) T, Harl. Alil. The Sehol. 
knows both readings. Translal*, '/ sal, was sitting.' Cf. 524. a S' gia- 
jtig apQa ir]lavye£ ^ag oz9d> ijaio, Aj. 311. iiato. 

in7isJtl7]yiiini ^o^ifi} Arist. Kan. 137. firl ft' EiiJii>jT« fujffi Sftjid- 
roo. .aiBoh. Pera. 295. Eur. Ion. 415. Hipp. 938. 

26. Cf. 465. TO naXXos avzijg top ^£ov diiileasv. This line is con- 
demned aa spurious by Dobr. Hart. Nauck. 

(i^ with opt., as in 482. 631. Aj- 278, 533. Ph. 494. 

lievgoi] 'Should beget, came.' Lat. 'pararet.' Cf. 284. Phil. 287. 
yaSTgl fiiv tq avinpo^a \ zo^ov z6S' f^rivgimi. El. 1061. 1306. 

26. dydvtog] 'Who presides over contests.' I. q, ivayiavioi. Schol: 
o Jtgvxavtq TOW Kywvog, Cf. Pind. Isth. I. 85. itywvtos Eg/iia^. jEaoh, 
Ag. 496. loiis z ayioviovs 9'iovs Kdnaj ^QoaavSai. Sappl. 197. 

27. al Sri ^ctlag] ^If indeed it teas viell.' Cf. El. 1425. nalras (au- 
QBi), Aitollcov ff xalids E^ECniCfv. Below 483. rutagzov, ff ti Ttjv3' 
ai^aQtiav vsfins. Arist. Ban. 74. touio — aya^oi', is ^cil tout agu. 

IjHoe — lufftfto lajog] Harl. Construe, ^vazaaa ya^'H^anXel Xi- 
);0S HQitov, '/or having been untied to Sircules as his chosen partner,' 
8ebol: ^vezaOK' bvtI toij evvsl^ovaa. Wakefield rightly takes X^%oq 
for a nominative, Cf. 360. y.QV<piov aq s%oi l.i%oq. 1227. Aj, 491. snsl 
TO aov I Ie'zok ivvxiX»ov. (Ed. C. 251. Aj. 211. Eur. Andr. 907. aUriv 
ziv tTivfiV avri Bov aifgyu Tcodiq; Pboan. 817. tj Si avvaiftov Xi^^S V^' 
^sv. Iliad a. 31. iitiiv Uzoq ' 


■;-',-^«!!Bil'5»* i'. W*y! '■■ 



'^vaxuo'' aU xiv ix q)6iiov ipo^oi' rQ£(pa. 
xsCvQV ^Qoxti^aivovoa' vi)§ yap iiGayit 
xal vv% a-Tca^st dmStdEyfii'mj novov. 30 

Mgitdp] 'Cliosen, selected.' I. <]. tKxpiioii. Cf. 24ii. 

28. Scliol. gucrScK. atri rot Cf^Jl^oi^cc, q,u. ivfi^^a ['i. i\. iwfl- 
&ova', Aj. 491), 

cf^ A. B. T. &c. ai'si' K. L. 

xiv' SK qjopou qso^or] 'Home fear after another.' 

XQiifa] 'I fost'i; harbour, entertain.' Scliol: uvxl xov txto, ctv^ia. 
Cf. 108. 8etp.a t^iipoveav. 817. oyxoii yag alXtag ovoiturog ti 8sC r$i- 
<pHv fiiiTQ^ov —; Aj. 503. o?Hs latt/eiag — t^fipH. 1124. f, ylaaaa aov 
TOv ^vfiov <og Sstvov tQiipti. Phil. 795. igiipoite TijvSs ii)v voaov. Ant, 
1089. Ttfiipiiv trtv ylaaaav TjOvxaitisav. CEd. K. 294. aXX' it li y-sv 
Sit ^({itaTOi tqiipii flfl/oe- 356. (Ed. C. 18C. Aj. 644. Ant. 660. 897. 
1889. Ph. 795. Arist, Vesp. 110. tp^iptov — alytalov ^vSov ipEV^- 

29. 7tQOKriQaivovaa\ Sehol: ayaviaca, iiiQiiiv^Ga Kata to Kiag, o 
ioTiv iv ^aS'si ^ovlsvoiiivi). Gl: qj^oj^^foifOOf. Eur. Hipp. 226. li aoz', 
a z^Mvov, zaSt ttijQaivsig; Here, 519. zi tpijui; not' Svsiga xtj^airova' 
opra; Hesj'ch: Kij^aivtf ns^i/^v^, q>Q0VTiS^i, Sva^avazet. Tlie compomirl 
TCQOti'rjQatvsiv, I believe, occurs no where else, Qii. mgimaAjati'otKio;. Kalxai- 
vsiv occurs Ant. 20. 

vvi ya^ . ■ .] Translate: 'For (one) night brings in a trouble, and (an- 
otlier) night removes it, having feceived in succeasion (a fresh one),' i. e. For 
each returning night replaces the esiating trouble by a new one It introduces. 
And so Eillerbeck rightly explains: ''Altera nox aUerius noctis dolorent 
excipit, Ita lit Dejamra uno tenore Ciccrucietar." Cf. Aj. 866. no'fos wdtp 
jcBvov (pleei. (Wliere scholr 6 Si vovs' o xovog inl nova itovoir ifigsi. 
tos"Ofii}QOg [n. n. 111} xa v Tqvx a i iVu| yuj &c ) A so * , 
400. 7c6v^ woi'Oi' I Ik v ktos ttXlaaeovua lo xad' ijuegav El H 198, 
st zi. vv^ aiprj, zovz In ruta^ SM^i" L r Hu 585 aa^aKalc d' 
Ivttd'tv av I XvxTj z g alXij S aSozo^ Kaxav kcko s ( e * afffj;ofi vrj 
■xaKa KKxors)- Andr 802 ids nanor kkxcu | S rtSoxov iv zjjS ti ? ■aoQ- 
evvtzai. Supp], 72 ayav oS aXlog S^xsta ]oaiv )oo g ] S aSoxog. 
Xen. Cyr. VIU, 6, 9 ta 'Jf»*e va ayyElca zov vimztg vov S aSlxto^tc . 
Hor. Epod. XVII. 24. 'nullum a labore me reclinat otium; \ nrget diem 
n0!c et dies noclem; neque est \ levare tenia spiritn prwcordia.' Similarly 
Ant. 696. ovS' BnaHoowft yeveav yivog (sc stjjuaiow), /Jia3i];s<iSni 
means 'to take up in aueeession, to sueced to.' Phil. 867. a ipiyyog 
vJivov SiaSoxav. By a common poetic license night is said to do that 
which happens in the night, as in 34, (Ed. C. 609, &c. And night is men- 
tioned rather than day, becaase that is the time when the mind, being- 
moat active, broods most over ita sorrows: whence (f^orziSti Ivvvxoi has 
become almost a proverb, 

30. ama^ti SiaSeStytiivri] aitia&iizai S£Seyfi,ivav Suid. v. itovog. 

««(i)d't(] So. Ttovov. Wunder wrongly underatandB hutdj', i. o. Her- 
cules. Deianira, he says, complains that her liiiaband, whenever lie liup- 
pens to return home, is obliged to be off again the same night. And so 
Schol: evil xov, vv»zog l^%Eziti mbi vvtzhg i^oQji&zixi, (oazc SiaSo^riv 
(101 zmv Ttovav ytvia&ai. 

n6vov} I should prefer qxi^ov. If the interpretation of the Scholiast 



xtttpvOccfisv dj} xatSag, ovg xsivos xozs, 
yu'rijs orccjg aQOVQav ^tojtov Xa^av, 

TOiotiTOS eciav is Sofiovs tb kkx dofimv 

ael Tov avd&' latfins XatQSvovtd ra. 35 

vvv S', ^vix' a&Xav ravS' v7t£Q-cEi.rjg eipv, 

were the true one, no'oir might seem a not improbable correction, Billor- 
beek conjectures SittSsSiyfiivov ndtotis (sc. K^tdi'). The sense of tho 
passage is certainly rather obscure. 

31—3, Perhaps a histrionic addition. 

51 «.aipvaaiisv Sr/ A K corr L Aid xaqivau fin iij B K j.r \ 
Ktupvacc i^iv r Cf El 1330 opiofisii (opoj /liv il) Qii Kciqivaansv va 

oob HiivOi nor' — ] TransHte u/iom fie occasion Uy (or formt 1^) 
as a hasbandaan uho has token a distant piece o/ lanil I eheld once only 
it sowing ime aid (o ice again) at karvest i e only on aouie few oeea 
sions The sense of the pa^ age requires us to connect anag fiaimv with 
both e%sifmv and l^afiioi', ance oTtly at seed taw and (once) at karect' 
For he who usit? a piece of land hoth it seedtime nud harvest sees 
it, not once but twice a -year That Hercnles saw his children more than 
once may be inferred from 34 f Hercules formerly used to see his chil 
rtren occasionally like a husbandman who visits his distant farm merely 
it seed time and harvest hut now bis continued absence escit«>" Deiani 
ras keenest apprehensions Wunder explains 'fluos Beicides non sis 
j/ius t idit guam tiqi icola sata ag> i longe dtssiU videt in juem lanfuin ^emen 
Its el mesns tempore lentt I doubt if note be right 

32. yij'irijs (sic) L. yijnjs vnlg, yffiije Diud. I. q. yioQyog. P^uis con- 
tracted from yijtttjg, as JjidveiQa from Jijiuvuea 49. ytv^q from yevritq 
Ant. 249. Cf. on (Ed. K, 18. Compare xmQiziig, oShtjs, aoii'iijE, xolhtjs &c. 

aQovQav] 'A piece of arable land.' Oed. 11. 1257. 
^Ktonov} 'Distant.' Schol; fgra xal Tioggm ovaav. 

33. oniiemt] (Ed. R. 1498. El. 533. Aj. 1293. 

Ka^Blimv] .^sch. Peru. 808. o9iv Tiayitlaiitov i^ajta S-fgog. Ag. 
1640. f^aiiijaai — SvOTrjvov &i(}Og, E(ir. Baceh. 1314. na^jj'fiijoa MalAi- 
nrov fl'i'eos. Perhaps we should correct, jigaaiiSt Kccv^ig lia/imv. Tlio 
passage is none of the cleai-est. 

34. ToioiiTOs atmv — ?jrs^jrs] I. e. toioutco aloiri, iaifijco/aiv &e. 
Simikrly (Ed. C. 358. zlg a' e|j>ei' ofiio^'fi' uio'los; El. 782. o n^oara- 
Toiv I xQovog Siijyt (i ai\v rog &avoviiivriv. 

elg A.^ B. K. L. T. valg. Ig Dind. &c. 

elg Souovg ts kcb Soiimv A. K. L. T. i% Bojiwv ic xilg Soaovg 1(. Hr. 

35. dtC] aid A, B. K. L. T. Tarn. 

laTgevovza ta] 'Doing service for some one,' as for Enrystheus. 
ro) (t written over another letter, perhaps jr) L. 

36. 'And now that he has got to the end of (hat accomplished, mastered) 
these labours.'' 

VTCSgxtl^gl I, %. vjiigTsgog, 'master of,' as having accomplished 
them. Schol: ofoi' loii tiXovg zmv a&lav Ttgtitziov ^rp97i, KatogS-toaas 
atrious- And so explains ilesychins: ■oiiiQ to xiXog aS'liov rmvSs aqri- 
notifvog, .^seh. Ag. 277. V'TCig-ciX-^g ('crosning' tlis! sea). Eur. Ion. 1M,G. 




i| ou yap exra xatvos 'Ifpirov ^iav, 

'^ftatg [ilv if Tgaxtvi t^^' uvaararoi. 

^tva> JE«p' av8(fl vaioiiEV, ^tetvoL; S' o;tow 40 

^0jjXiv ovSbIs olSs' nXiiv ^{lol aixgas 

ladtvag avTOV itQOS^akiav anoixsTCii. 

ax^Sov S' ijtiGtccftai k n'^fi' exovik viv' 

Sw ii's oi'mow ^iiodOMOji' UJifprti^s | aJTijitOP jreoowwof ^xq^aft'fi l^^^BI'; 
^seli. Ag. 350. VTCtQTtliliai piya SovXsiaq yayya^ov. Of tlie fiict th:it 
Hercules lind now arrived at the terininatioa of iiis labours slie was iiwnii! 
from tlie tenor of the oracle mentioned 155 f. 

38—41. Sec Wimd. Introd. c IV. §. 2, 3. 

33. ficiQ:] Tlie epic form of aorist, of wliicli wc soinetiuies find in 
the tragedians the first and second persons, Hrav, ^nxag, and the parti 
ciple KBTBMTae (Aj. 230). .Sschylns and Eiiripides liave kotskiiis, Kati- 
jtiu, KKiaKios. "iEKTK occurs nowliore else, I believe, in Tragedy. Perhaps 
dls. For the murder of Ipliitiia cf. 270 f. Diod. Sic. IV. 31. 
'Iipixov ^iav} Pii. 314. ^ t' Alyla^ov ^Ca. 321. 592. Tr, 507. 

liTOi] 'Driven from tuiiiie ,' from Tiryns, wlieru tlioy dwoU. 
' tEd. C. 430. avaa-eatoi \ avtoSv Ixi/iqi^riv xn^iKjjdiiji&jjv 

40. fiwo) nag' dvSgi] Coyx, king of Trachis. V. Diod. IV. 3G. 57. 
Hesiod Scut. 353. Tstziva Si xoi naqslavvm \ is K^v-^tt Svanta. 

40. oTtov A. 13 . K. L. T. vulg, Dind. &c. ojtoi Br. Elmsl. (Mua. Crit. T. II. 
p. 305.) Dobr., which is perhaps preferable. Schneidewin explains ojtov jJs'^ij- 
xtv '-ubiversetHr,' c<i\l.(Eii.C.62. t£s ta&' 6 z&Qog d^r", h a0s^^«afitv; 313. 

41. aXijv l/ioi — anoix^xcti] i. e. 'Only by his deparlurs he has 
caused tlie biUer anxiety about him,' in conse<ptenee of tlie tablet contain- 
ing the oracle, of which 155 f. Cf. Aj, 972. all" {fiol | liaav aviag koI 
■foovg SioizBTat. Horn. Od. S'. 108. tip 3' Sq' susllsv I avzi^ %YiSe 
i<S(a&ai, ifiol S' axog aliv alaatov \ kiCvov, Sii<og S^ Srj^ov ajioijsiai. 

miH(i«s (uSriiasj Cf. II. l'. 271. (loyoCTOKOi ElXtl&viai — m«Qas 
mSivag ixovaat. Fr. G70. ^i-kqUv toSlva naiSon'. Aj. 794. xel jtijji &v- 
Qaios, ^BTi ft' aSiveiv zl fiii. Tr. 325. .^sch. Cho. 205. nd^ati tS' mSls koI 
(p^iiimv HK'Eciipd'oeK. Ag. 1391. Kur. Iph. A. 1234. ^ nglv taSivove iiii \ viv 
Ssvrl^av luSiva i^vSe laiipavit. Med. 262 f. Phoan. 3G6. Tlieocr. XXVII. 28. 

42. H«ioi;vulg.Wund.&c.ovTOi>Herm.Dind.Schn.&c. Cf, Arist.Nuh. 140. 
m/oa^ttXiiv] 'Humng in/licled.' ^sch. Pera. TSG. all' ov xaxov xo- 

oovSi jtgoaspaXov sidlti. Eur. Ion. 596. Sii^a ■a^oa^iiXXfis icazgl. El. 
e55. ti tovTO fiijigi 7igoa0aXXei ipovor; Here. 1161. tmSe ■aQoezqoJcatov 
al^a TtqoepttXiav. Ale. 316. cot ttv' alaxQav ngoe^aXovaa xXtjSova. 
Herod. I. 136, fjiB — p,-ri8ry-Cav coijr iw nazQi nQoe^dXj). 

43. atedov 3' ijcCaxaiiai — ] ' And I feel pretty sure l/ial he lias saiae mis- 
forlime (that some misfortune has overtaken Aim).' But tlie Greeks said ratlier 
JT^fujT izsi iiethaa Tcijjia ^%ia lyd. Qu. axtSovS' inCoxa^aC zi (or aip£)jifiii 
ixov XI vvv. Or exsiov S' miexufiai rt mT(fi' itvat xd vvr (cf. 46, kShti-v 
XI Seivov ^ijita). Or — K^(t' ^jov etpc vvr. Or axMv 3' iitiaxd^sa^a 
Ttijit' i%BV zl viv. Sehoeid. eonneets oj;sdoV zi, aa in Ant. 470. El. 009. 
If rightly, then I would rmyA ^x"" ^'- '"'' f^jovra. 


XQOvov yaQ ovyl ^aiov aXX ijSij dsxet 

XKOTiv Ti Ssivov nrjfta' zoiavziiv ifiol 
St'Xzov hnav saxBi%iv, ^v iya S-«ftf! 

Stanoivcc ^ijdvii^R , nolXa ^iv <?' f/ro 
xatBiSov i^Si} ■kkvSkxqvz^ oSv^iiatci 

44 - .48. Tlieao liiiea ;u-e bracketed liy WiinJer (see Iiis Emend, p. 1«7 f.) 
as im interpolation i>f some actor from 155 f. Indeed tin; whole of tliis 
oponiug s])eccli or prologue seeins hardl; worthy of Sojilioeles. It ia mndi 
more ui tlie feeble and fripd style of Euripidea. 

44. StKce ji^vas . - - xivt ] For Horeules liad said he intended to be 
absent only thirteen montlis. V. 164. 

45. aMrJe«»TOs] ' Hfvl reported,' without iiiiy tidings of hiin , i. q, 
«f»rjiiurog. Gl, T: fij vito tivag fiiyvtrdjisros nov loxiv. Cf. 97. Fr. 240. 
QtnriQVKtov (i. e, aipavH} ayviaezov). Euc, Her. 90. thv'H^mXuov leze 
icov maqaaiatrjv | 'loXaov. ov yag amy,' an-^QV-ntov xoSi. 

4G. toiaiiiiji'] 'Siieh,' of sueL an alarming charaeter. 

47. Siltov] ' Talilei.' So ciilled from its shape having been formerly 
that of the letter Silva (Eiist. ad D. |'. 169). Soliol: toe lou 'HQUKliovg 
TV7I0V diad'ljxijf ygdipavios tie SiXrov xal «aiaXeloi«OTOs, as li ^i) sX9oi 
Sia zoeovtov %g6vov, yveii'ai avtov telfuxavxa [xiXsvnjCavza «al Br.] 
ftsrtt rove 's' fiqvas avayvovseiv aoiijaai atii^j' m ivxBtaXjiiva. Cf. 155 f. 

fotsijs, ijjj' the mas. vulg. Herm. Wund. Schn. Kck. iatsixsv, ifv Dlnd. 
Bgk. Sophocles never nseis the article for the relative, except tvhen the metre 
obliges hiin, wliich certainly is not tbe case here. V. Dind. ad <Ed. C. 35. 

ijlf — Xa^i£v\ ^ Which I often pray to the gods that I may have recei- 
ved mitJloat any hai-iit liefaUing him.' Cf. Aj. 509. y CB jioXXumis ] &Boiq 
agaxt/i ^iovxa TCgoq Sojiovs jioisiv, <Ed. C. 1444. 

49. S>}iavetf/ic A. B, K. L. T. fee. Jjjav. Er, So S^oq. Cf. on (Ed. It. 18. 
violin] 'Oft tiaics.' Maah. Erua' 100. ij TsoXXa fiiv S^ rav ^nmv 

llsi^aTf, I %Ottq -t doivovq &c. 

50, xccvSaHQvt' dSvstiaxa\ I. q. oSvefiara a ttg navxoiiaq Sa«gmi. 
Cf. on 505. nafireiijitTo; — aj^i' ajmviov. 936. our' oSvQ(idtmv \ iXiCittz 
ovSiv djiqit vtv yoieuBvos. Tlie verbal ntivBdjiQvxoq ia used io a nenter 
sense, as icdyiLXavxos, TravSvQTOg, dSanQviOi, anXavTog, daxsvaitxog, ftc. 

jcavSdngvt' — yaafisvijv'] ' Seuiailing with many lamenlaliuns and tears 
llie departure of Hercules.' For this construction of the double aeeusative 
gee Pors. ad Phcen. 300. Seidl. ad Iph. Taiir. 1061, Cf. 339. EI. 124. ii 
xdxBig BMogsinoji olfiaydv xov 'Ayapiiivova. Phil, 187. G60. (Ed. C. 1120. 
^sch, Ag. 173, Z^va — iinni-mci xXd^rov. 1191. v/ivovei d viivov—-7rgra- 
xaQX"''' ^'"i^- Sept. 239. iieQi/^vai ^omvQOvai idgPog xov uftqatTEij^ l$a>v, 
Enr. Med, 208. Xiyvgd S' dxia fioyeQo! ^aa xov iv Xi^u ngoSotav %ax6- 
vviiipov. Compare also 936. ovx' oSvpiidxiov iliimi' oidlv dfitpi viv yod- 
iievog. (Ed. li. 12-19. iyoa^ S' ivvag. 


'8'ra;^;^!SKffiB^^^E^*^p^!3^^ J!^' , 


Tip! HquxAhov i^otfor j'Om/ieViji' 

vvv 6', Bi di'xMov roiis iXtv&fQovg tpQBVovv 

yvaiimSi dovXaig xdfii ;i;p^ ip^tioai to Gov, 

aag Jtaiel fihv toSotaSe n^ijQ-vus, ataQ 

aviJpog XttZtt ^-^friCiv ov nsiiJtsis tivcc , 55 

(iKlidza S' ovTTs^ etxos "TX^ov, si utaxQos 

61. riif 'HgaKXeiov l^qSov] Cf. 57fi. ipQSvog t^s 'tfpanifics. Ovid. 
Met. IX. 162. 'Heradeos abiit late diffusa per arUis.' 

52. il Siv.aiov~\ 'If U is rigid— .' Slaves were not allowed fiee- 
doin of apeeeli {Bovlos Ttiipvxas, ov fiitieii ffot Xoyov). Eiir. Hec, 234. 
fl S' ¥cTt loig Sovloici zoig iXcv&dQOvg^e^taT0gij<fc:i, &c. Iph. A. Sl.'i. 
lis^ES ' iiaxgovg S} Sovlog cov Xiyug Idyous. Eur. np. Stob. Flor. 02. 
39. jiollofot SovXoig TOwi'ojt' alexQOv, ^ #t ipsiiv \ xmv ouj;l So'eXtov fffi 
klso&egmziea. Ion. 864. "iv yttp zt xolg Bovloiaiv ttiaxvvt]v ip^eit, | tov- 
vo/Ki' IB S allor ;r(f?/i« rmi' litu&spcoi' | ovSiv Kaxi^av S'ovXog oazts 
ia&lis Jl- Piaut. Epidic. II. 2. 74. 'si leguum siet \ me plus sapere qumn 
vot, dederint vobis comilium caium.' 

ipQtvovv\ 'To advise, admonish.' ScUol: vov&ttiCv, iig (pponjoiv 
ccysiv. Ant. 754. -Each. Prom. 335. jtolXw y' aiittviav zovq niXas <pQe- 
vovv ^qivg | rj aavTov, Ag. 1156. Clio. 114. Sapph. p. 68 W. o XQVioS — 
pQozlav qiQtva v^aziazov q>^cva)v. 

53. dovXais'i For SovXixals- Cf. 302. SovXov~piov. Eur. Or, I16S. 
Sovlov — 9'tivazov. So zvi/awos, vios, Jrlooirtos, &c. Cf. on CEd. C. 1259. 

lo'coi' A. T. Aid. Turn. Br. Hei-in. Dind. Wund. Bgk. Schn. llerw. ad (Ed. 
R. 570. TO not B. K. L. V. Ven. Person ad Med. 461. Sehaef. Hart. Nauck. 
Matthite in Claaa. Journ. X. 13. (I. e. 'ichaC is for your yood.'' Cf. Aj. 1313. 
3tQog zav%' oga (i^ zovfiov, alXa «h1 to bov, 1401. Inaiviaag to eov. 
491. tv tpeoi'to* i« o«- EI. 577. iga yap mkI to iro'i'. 1203. to zuvSi. 
Eur. Ipli. A. 1167. Xi^ov zC qi^atig; ij 'fii xeij tpgaoai zo aov;) Schol: 
10 aov to aol ev/iipii/ov. jj to'hoi', avti zov oXlyov. Cf. 570. 1221. (Ed. 
R. 570. Lob. ad Aj. 747. After to a'ov I mark with Scliaefer only a comma, 
instead of a colon. Hermann and Dindorf think that Toaoi' 'thm mack' 
is far wore becoming language for a domestic than to eov 'what is fir your 
good.' For tosos cf. Aj. 185. in' aQiazsQa^l^ag zoaaov. 277. dls to'o' 
1^ anXav kkkcJ. .^sch. Pers. 816. Eum. 836. 

64. I. q. 71WS Tilij^'vovau zoaotcSe jiaialv ov jTSfiw' 6 ziva^-; Cf- 
229 f. Ph. 619 f. 

jcaial — itXji^vstg] The gen. in iEscb. Pers. 519. antal S^ vsxQtav xoiqa- 
Sig T la).ij&iiot'. Eur. Here. 1163. zi vengmv zwvSe nXij&vsi jiiSov^ The 
Schol. mentions four children of Deianira from Apollod. II. 7, 8 {where see 
Heyne's note, p. 229). Diodorus (IV. 37) mentions but three, H jllus, Gleneus, 
Onites (wliioh last name is varionaly written). See Wunder's Intcod. HI. §. 6. 

56. avSifog] tdvSQog Weckl. Perhaps rigthly, bat cf, 108. 150. 293. 

dvSQog Kara Jjjiijon'J 'la qtiesl of your husband.' Herod. 1,94. ajto- 
nlwctv jtaTtt p^ou— gjjinoiv. Apollod. 11. 7. 7. Jiagiaiv Mtza ^tjzriatv noi- 
Hv{<ov. Arist.Ay.ll77. ouKOwnseimdlotieljie^*'! a^(iipo:t Kar'o:iiroi'su&iJs; 

56. Svxeg ehog "TXXov] Sc. tci/uzeiv. For the position of ""TlXoir cf. 
(Ed. K. 1053. ^S' av zaS' ovx ^xior' av 'loxaozii Xiyoi. Eur. Hec. 973. 
elnh izatS' ov ^| {fi-ijg i:feos I JTolvBaQov-^^x^^S. 


TPAXlNtAf. 21 

vijiti tiv' Sqkv rov xK^tog -HQnGaEiv d{y/.Blv ; 
lyyvq d' otf' KVtog tfpn'Jtous $-Qca6X{b do'ftoi/g' 

It natQOS neitoi [lii. veiiii) tiv a^av zov xalds tQaaesiv doxeiv 
(al. SoKEi) the mas. Scliol; o Si vovf. tva fia^ys, t^ (pQorti^fi tov 7i«- 
ZQoq vnig zov Soxclv »airos SiaitQazzpad'ui. WiinJ: 'si palris aliqunm 
ciiram genii, cur Ule rebus seciindin uti viitealur.' Dindorf quotes, as nn 
example of a. double genitive, Alexis ap. Athen. X. p. 431 11, icof d* lovov- 
ftlvmv I w^OFOoii'ftEsoi lou zag xeipaXas iiyftffi S^ti'" Dcm. p 19,4. tod'- 
zav avxl vvv oqSi zov nctieov tov liytiv (where however zov Xiysiv is 
perhaps an interpolation). Add Dem. p. 62. xfjv So^av roii noliftov lou 
daufrv Si avrov xgintv elltjrpivai. But there cnn he little doubt that 
the passage is unsoundi nor have the various conjectures proposed hy cri- 
tics done ranch to remove the difficulty. Heath conj ; d Ttazgog I viltit" 
ziv' mgav zov nalme ixgaaenv doKSf (which is approved of by Musgr., 
and so Matthiae in Class. Journ. X. 13, and Hart,). Keiske; ii nazqoi | 
vifiei ztv' aqav ov Ka«wg ngatiBiv Soxsiv. Faehse Sylt. Leet. p. 33-t: 
tl watpog J vs'fi*' I'" toQttv, ov xreXws xqaaaetv oivbCv. Krf: ov *alws ' 
xgaeetiv Sou&v (ov nairaj also Reiske in n. ms.). Dindorf cor^ .- elnatqot 
I vifboi ziv' mqav, z6vS' vjtoai^vai kovov. Meineke; si JcazQOi | vip,ot 
it» tagrtv zov Halroj jiQaaaetv, ftolsiv. Sohneid: lov naX&s TiQciaativ, 
/ioltiv. Nauck: zov nnXraq TtiaQayirai. Id: — vifi^uv viv ioquv . . . Sov.ft£. 
Wecfelein! etwaipos | viy,tiv—So%oi (tat five optative coll, Aj. 1169. Fr. 718.). 
Bergk also thinks Somiv indubitably corrupt. Qu. si jicit^o; | ixet ziv lagav 
zov Mdlins TtQinaeiv 8ov.siv (or ixtiv — SotiiT, or s%siv viv — SoxElq). Or 
tt jtqivH I ^xuv ztv — SoKCiv ['if it be proper to have some regard for 
appearing lo act rightly'). Or d wqinet [ vifitiv tt ^oiQav z^ — Soyisiv. 
Or — "TXXov av iiazqag \ i%Hv tiv aqav zov ■xalmq ngtiaauv SoKttv. 
(So (Ed. C. 1639. WK naiSesv.) Or, adopting in part FHohse's simple emen- 
dation, ei xazgos \ Sx^i ziv' loqav, ov ttaXaq TtQucaiiv oKvstv (' should not 
hesitate to act rightly'). 

B7. veiioi A. B. K. L. T. vnlg. Wund. Dind. Bgk, Nek. viiiti V. Harl. 
Ven. Matth, Either *s^ot (jr^jtst) or wgaji seems wrong. They said jioIquv 
vEjiHV xiv\, or aQccv txeiv rti^os. Ct' 1238. avijQ oS , log Sontev, ov ve- 
lisCv s/iol I ip9ivoiizi fto£(io;i'. jEsch. Proin, 299, OUB laztv oiaj ftiCi^uvci fiot- 
Qav I vfiftaifi' ^ eoC. <Ed. C. 386, ?iSii yag Saxes ilTiiS' laf 'ifiov (ilm'tfKS 
Htt(to5?) #EOUB I a^av tiv ?|£iv, mors eio&TjvaC itozt; Herod. I. 4, zo Si 
fiTiSeitiav aQtjv *);e(1' aQxais9etataiv (yvvuiKiiv). IX. 8. zois dj la^iji' iTCOHj- 
aavTO ovSeiiiav. 165. zijg ovSffiia ^azai eagt] analXi'ii,evrjg. Theocr. IX. 20, 
ija Si zoi ovS' oeov logov | x^fiazog. The phrase is not used in Attic prose. 

agav L. Br. Wund. Dind, Nnuck, &c. agav A. B. K. T. Ahl. I. e. 
qiQovziSa, ' Ihoaght, care,' See Sehol, 

xdiog Ttt^aHBitv] ' To fare viell.' Cf, 230. avSgix yag *aXag TtQaBBov- 
za &c. Fr. 94, 2, Tcgdaastv nalaJs- The opposite Kaniae mpn'oeur 'to fare 
badly' EI, 1026. Or '(o act rightly' (cf. 92). 

Soxf£v A. K. L, T, viilg, floKst B. V. Ven. 

68, agxtiiovg 9gto(mi d'6iiovg\ 'Is bounding totcards the house with 
nimlile step (or opportunely).' Cf, Eur, Or. 257. aviai yag avzai nXijaiov 
&Qmavov<ji fwv, Bacch. 720, xvgti S' 'Jyavi] nXqaiov ^gaaxovad p,oi. 
But the common reading seems suspicions, Hartung reads: Sqzi nQoenvQti 
Sojioig. Qn. oQtc nQoanteixsi (or nQ0ajiXn9'ei, irjocfr^mUKfi) So/iovg, or 

, Google 



wOt , et' Tt, i)Oi. jrpug K«/j 

TidqeOn %^ij6&r<i tAvSqi totg t' f'jiotg loyoi-g. 00 


ta rixvov, a nat, xd^ dysvv^av kqk 

aQxitas jisqS So/^oiv (<E(1. R. 531. Ant. 38r>), or aQzC-novs ("J" trpTioiff) fl'pio- 
o«(i Sojitov (lyyvq). 

apE^jiDos] 'Sirojij o/' /bo(, iiclive, nincb/e.'' Others explain 'ujipur- 
lutiely.' Hesyeh: aQvinos' nsrtTtove, agtioj loCg aoalv, vyicjiovi- Suid: 
wpr/jTOVS' vyisi^g tovg itoSai Ixmv. Horn. II. i'. 501. 7i 8 Azrj a^ivaQi] 
ze *al agzCxog. Od. &'. 310. Herod. IP. IBl. xtalog re lav mkI oum uq- 
T^Jtovg. III. 130. Plat. Legg. VII. 195 D. aQti^oSsg ts ki'i dgtixeiQig. 
Compare tlie compounds agrirpQiov 'of sound mind, of quick iinders/midiiiy' 
(Od. m. 260. Eur. Ipli. A. 877. Med. 294. Tro. 417. ou« agi^ai txfi? 
•pfivag), dgTienrig {II. %'. 281. Find. Isthm. IP. 47, Pliit, Rep. VII. o3<j 
B), opn'iTTO/*os (Zouar, p. 29.5), ngtinolXog (Tr. 768}, agriJCatg. aQtuQt- 
ip^g, aQrixei^, agiifiElqg, agticgoaoq, &o, Cf. on 768. In Homer agri in 
compounds always denotes whnt is a^tiov, 'perfect;^ in subsequent wri- 
ters it signifies both that and aQtlra^. See Elmsl. ad Med. 289. Lob. ad 
Phrjn. p. 20. Cf. .^sch. Sept. 374. oreoiiS^ SI y.ul zoiS' ovk aaaQti^ft 
KoSa. ./tfpiiog (with which ef. agftoStog) evidently eomes from the root 
aQm, 'I fit' The Scholiast explains the word otherwise: aQxCiog kkX rig- 
Haaiiivias ta Kaigip noQSvezat, I, e. 'oppnrtaneli/.' Of which explana- 
tion Wunder and Dindort approve, perhaps rightly. In this sense ^schylns 
uses agxliiolXot, Sept. 372. koI /tiiv ava^ oS' avzog OlSiaov zoHoe \ slg 
aQthoklov ttyyilov ioyov jta&sCv OTiovdii Sh k«1 tovS' ovk anagTi^u 
noSa. Meinelte (on Ant. 1175.) explains agziicavg ainiost in the sense of Kgii. 
Possibly the true read ng Bp ^ /i g p h Horn. II. y , 

327. '^TC-aoi digalicoS 

S6^ovg'\ Soiioig k ^ h p,ia B gk 3 fiows ap- 

peiirs to be the ae u n 1« *jtB CFd 134. zov 

Ki&aiQmvog totiov — ;t ijff E 29 lo in: 9o v Sofiovg. 

G3. ozav So^ovg i'l^aa P d S-ga do/iovg, 

or nXa^n So/iotg. O n n y ho m n Aj. 30. 

■nrjS^VTtt TttS(tt. En B h 4 ij a — &ewo « d n. 

59. jf t< col VI g o H m D d gk 

60. xQ^e^'"' ra 6(f — ] C (Ed R 3 a -juvtsia', 
ozov zig i''iav fXSI " " 

tuvSqC] Hyllus. 

rofsT A.supr. K.L.viilg. zoig A.B.T.V.Ven.Hart. " Rede forlasse," says 
Dind. To^g y Herm. Trannlate, ' and iH}/ sugi/esiion,' After nap eort supply ooi. 

61. m re'itfoii, a ^af] These nouns are elsewhere joined, as in Phil. 
260. M texvov, to nal iiazgog ^^ 'AxiXkiwi. Eur, Hec, 171. to ijki'oi;, lo 
bkC Bvetavozazag ftargog (parodied by Arist, Nnb, 1165). 414. Tro, 790. 
(0 lixvov, 01 Bof Ttargos iioyeQoi. 661. The sense is, '0 ckild thai I have 
borne.' Cf. Enr. Iph. T. 239. Jyafiiftvovoe ««£ "«( Klvzaitiv^istgag zivog. 
Bnrges (on Phil. 260) proposes ev, ti-xvor, ehag (addressed to her attendant), 

aylFj'ljrojji] 'Ignoble' lit. 'of no birth' (<Ed. C. 973. aysvvtitog lo'i' 
iiv). Schol: Sveysvmv. And so explains Hesyeh. Cf, Fr. 105, kouk 0^3' o it 
21?^ ffipos taittt tiyetv, \ ozav of y aj^a&ol. jigag zmv aysv&v {wgog aysv- 



^oiJ/tj ftfiv, BiQyjxsn d' sIbv&sqov loyov. 

arotoi' ; dt'tfftloi', ft^trep , £t' SiSaxtix (loi. 

to (i^ TCv&is&at Ttov Sziv KiG%vvriv qi^Qsiv. 

viiraiv Valok, Diatr. p. 15) ( vaTavtx^rzai. Hot. Sat. I. C. 10. 'uiVos mil- 
/i'.5 mnjoribiis orlos.' A. I'. 248. 'quibiis est eqims el paler el res,' 
Sga] 'T/ien, il wotilii seem.' 

62. xalag xiarovmv] 'Fall well (aeasonably).' An estpreasion taken 
frum the throwing of dice. V. Blomf. Gl. Again. 31. Cf, El. 1466. qiaafi' 
— sti ntKttmios. Ft. 763. asl yag eu xixtovatv ot ^log inipot. Mech, 
Ag. 435, Iji ipovaUg -nal^i ntooifra. 32. ru 3i07rot(Zv yiii> fu iiiisovxa 
^ijoofiKi. Eur. Or. 603. otg At (i^ ttittzoveiv iv {oi ytJjtot) ] tn t' ^'rSon 
(till KHt ^Tffffljs (d'u'eaEi?) Svaxviits. 

^Sb] riSe L. (and so often.] 

63. Cf. Fr. 677. tl awjia Sovlov, all' 6 Foiiff iXev^sifOs- Aj. 1021). 
Soulij fij'i'] 8c. lar^. Perhaps iSou'lij 'eziv, Cf. Arist. Lys. 1124. iytj 

ywi) ftEv t^;n, fovs S fvtorC /lot. Ant. 1105. fiolig fJi", v.aQSiag S 
ilCataiiar.. Eur. Cycl. 501. aleois ft** oCvov, ydvvaai Si. 
iXev9iQ0v\ ' IVorlky of a free person,' Cf. on 53. 

64. it Siia-ntd (tot] 'Ifil may he taught me.' Schol: fl jrpoeijKii iioi. 
lict^stv. Cf. 871. SCSaiov, si eiSaiitov, l| oxov fpo^tt. (Ed. K, 993. Per- 
haps we ghonld read, fl Sidtaitd yt, or tl SiSaxtd, fiE. 

65. e'f the mss. viilg. Henn. Dind. &e. aoi Valck. ad Phcen, 394. Br, Cf. 
on Ant, 710. ctv3Qa (avS^i?), Kel^ Tig y ooqios, to jiav&dviiv ^63,1 aldj^gov 
ovSiv. Ear. Her, 224. col ydg roS alaxgov — nvyytvcig — ^liisa9ai ^C^, 
Qu. TO — ffi fiij wv&t'o&Kt— q^ipsH', See Klmsl. ad Heracl, 657. The Greeks 
said TO ffi ft^ jrti&i'cfl'af, not de to ji^ jiud'^ff&ai. Therefore ffoi seems 
a necessary correction, unless indeed we reail fujJir (or fuj jiia) Jitiftsofroi. 

l|tFoi((^oii] 'Detained in strange lands.' Schol; iv ^Ivg SictT^i- 
^ovTOg. So |tVoe is used El, 867, Dobree notices the strangeness of the 
fact that Hyllus should never have mentioned to his mother where his 
father was sai(l to he; and also that Deianira should never before liave 
aeq^naiuted her son ivith the critical situation of his fatlier (86). 8ach 
inconsistency is not usually found in Sophocles. 

66. TO (i^ Tiv^hd-ai] (hjAcp av^iad-at Valck. Erf, Qu. fijj tho av- 
&E<i»ai. But cf, Ant^ 710. just quoted. 

altivviiv rpigtiv] Cf, Eur. Ion. 854. 'iv ydg ti Totg Sovloieiv alaxv- 
vi)v <pt$it, &c, Isocr. IV. 176. a S' -^fttv cite%vvrtv 'ptQit, &o. 

•pigit the mss. Wak, Sch. qiifciv Valck. I. c. (to depend upon s^qtj- 
^iv) Hr. Herm. Wund, Dind. Hart. Bgk. The infinitive seems absolutely 
required, for Deianira is stating what her attendant had said. 




alX' ottf«, fii;'^ots •/ ei ti. ^iiGtevbiv XQBav. 

xul TtQv xXvHS viv, Tiitvov, i3Qv0d-ai, ;[^oj'Og; 

zov (iiv TtaQsX&ovT ccQOtov iv ji'^x^i. j^qovov 
Av8y yvvamC cpaGi viv XdtQiv itovelv. 70 


nav xoCvvv, £i xal tovr' ItXtj, xXvoi ztg av, 

all' i^acpstrai tovSs y', ag iym xXva. 

67. liv^otg A. B. K. L. T. V, Turn, uv&oiq y' Harl. AM. Hiirt. Kigiitly, 
I think. 

68. vtv Tiv.vov A, K. L. T. viilg. ieki/oi) viv B. V. tDindorf compares 
a similar position of viv in Iph. A. 617.) 

iSQva^ai {ISq. K.) tlie inss. IS^va^at Martin. Herni. Dinrt. &c. I. q. 
vaCuv, '/« estabSghed , i» living.' Sehol: Siayeiv. CI. .^seh. Pors. 2-J7. 
«ou zas 'A&^vag (paalv CS^va^ai j;&o'iiog; 

69 f. Cf. 248 f. 374 f. 

S^otov] 'year,' as in 825. rslsofiijvos — tfmSe'ilttTOg aporos. Scliol: 
avtl toS iviavTOv- Sna^ yag tov Stovg dgOTqiaTai -q yq. Wakefieltl 
compares tlie well-known epigram of Clauilian: ' Frugibus atlernis, mm 
consuls, compiitat annum; [ aulwiinuia pomis , ver sibi flore nolat,' and also 
his Consul. Honor. 372. ' necdam deeiToas emensus arislas | aggrederis me- 
tuendtt viris,' 

Iv (HjBd j^qovov] 'After a length of lime,' iEsch. Ag. 610. ciniav 
i^qtov I ovSiv Sicup^eigatiaii iv /uJkei xqovov. Plat. Legg. III. p. 683 A, 
Ev XQOVOV Ttvoe fiijvseiv dnlhov. Hyllus probably means tliat Hercules 
had not undergone any labour for some time, and that this was his last. 
Qu. tKfiiivov ledvoi', i, e. an entire summer, the working portion of a year, 
Cf. 253, Iviavzov i^iitlTiaev. tEd. E. 1137. TQttg — ^Bfijjvoug xQovovg. 

70. AvSrj yvvatxi] Omphale. See Liohas' account of this 24S f. 
(paai VIV Xdz^iv itovslv] rpaai Xaxgiiav novti'v conj. Wunder. 
idrgiv] 'As a hired servant.' Theogn, 314. (iij at PidaS'ia \ yotri^p 

wffte KBXov XdtQiv iipijafQiov, Eur. Ipli. A. 868, tialaiov 8iop,dzaiv l/imv 
Idxgtv. Hec. 609. dg%iicla XdtQi. Ion. 4. 'Eeji/jv, /ityfeza Zt)vl Sainovav 
tdzQiv. Here. 823. Avecav — iij* &tmv XdtQiv. Martial, IX. 67. 5. ^ArgoHco 
faaeilum non te servire tyranno | vldissenl geittes, saevaque reyna pali.' 
xovttv] The imperffeot infinitive. See Wund. Introd. V. §. 1. 

71. Tidv Toivvv] Qu. OTtfw vvv av—. 

si Kol tour ^rXt}] '' If he endared even thin.' The disgrace of Her- 
cules' servitude consisted in its being to a woman, and that a barbarian. 

72. iltfqiii'tct] Sohol: dtps(^, dvtiXXdyij rov SovXsveiv. 




nov drjta vvv geiv ^ d-avav ayyeHetai; 

Ev^olSa %d^Kv fpadlv, EvQvrov «6Xiv, 
iTCiGt^cctsviiv KVTOv n uskXsiv eti. 75 

ap' olG&a Siit', a t^xvov, 05 IkBiiti (tot 


tet TCoia, fi^tfp; Tor Xoyov yaQ ayvoa. 

ag ri xt^Evty^v rav ^iov jtsXXei rslstv, 

73. Nardil'] &aviav y B. V. Br. Apitz. 

74. Ev^otSa] This is the contracted Attic form for Eu^oMa, li^ie fioiSiov 
for ^oCSior, &c. See Lob. ad Phryn. p. 39. Elmsl. aA Ach. 883. Nauck 
gives Ev^otSa. Elmsley would read E^^wSu. Cf. on 237. a«iji us I'd' 
ErPoiEs- 401. Fr. 239. ^sch. Fr. 34. EvffoiSa MKfiir^i/ ajiipl Xrjvaiov 
Jtoe I dut^v. Below 752. The nom. is always written in full Ev§oiis 
{237. 401.). 

Ev^oCSa zwfo:*] The town of (Echalia. V. 354. 

75. ^ iiillciv fit] 'Or is yet intending to do so.' Cf. Phil, 567. mq 
xaix' Iniatia Sgwiifv', ov nsXlovi' i'ti. 1266. El. 318. tj^ovtos ^ fisX- 
lovtog; For )) iiilltiv Schneid. conjectures ov iisXlLtiP. For the eon- 
striictioii cf. 362. Eur. Suppl. 643. 'Ad^mzos — iTteatQaztvae KaSiJ.tie}V 

76—81. The authenticity of these lines is suspected by Dobree, be- 
cause of their disagreement with 40. 41. 73. 97—102, and because the 
Oracle had made no mention of Eubcca (if indeed r^aSs tijt icoQai mean 
Enbcea, and not TcacMs, as in 165). On this oracle v. Wund, Introd. IV. §. 4. 

77. zo^pofi vTtlg. Squs (Dronke's conj.) Bergfc. "Esspeetarea ntigas, 
oSov, ay&vos, ut 169, vel simile," observes Dobree. Meineke proposes 
TtcCqtti (i e expedition against (Echalia), I iloubt much if jaipttg be light. 
I I ad m If th ught of i^s itdov or t^s nefpag. Wunder thinks Oecha- 
1 m t 

7R 31 — ;] Lit. 'the wAiVft?' In French, 'tesquels?' (Ed. R. 291. 

935 (Ed r 893 Arist. Ach. 963. naioq ovzoe Aapaxos—-, A nearly si- 
11 -3 Eiu-, Ph. 719. ro jiofa ravia; zov Xoyov yag dyvoa. 

Wh P rs ompares our passage. Compare also Suppl, S77, 
X yo7i\ What you say, mean.' 

79—80. These lines Dobree thinks are unworthy of Sopliotles. 

79—81. Cf, 164—8. 821—30. 1159—73. The same Dodonaean oracle 
in all these passages is meant, 

79. i»s jj] tos 01 L. 

reXivxtiv — tiXflv] 'To end ike lerm.' Perliajis rag ij zsXiviav tor 



ij tovTOV ciQitg a&Kov sis ^ov i'xSteQoi' 
TOW A()t;ri>i' ^'^jj fitorov evicimv' Sx^tv. 
iv ovv Qoxy TOtaSs xstfitVw, tsxvov. 

^Cov fiiXln TsXftv (oi nf^av, .as N.iiidc .tlso eonj.}- Cf. I35fi. (Ed. C. 
1720. f'luCE id Tsios piou. (Ed. H. 15,10. iipij' kp tt'pjiK tou 0iov xsgaar), 
Enr. Andr. 102. r^r tfJ.siitai'aj' respaiTors ijf(S0ni'. So uaiijtzfiv ^lov ts- 
log, (Ed. C. 91. 

lifXXei] Perhaps jiilloi. It may be that the ot for ij above in L. 
refers to this reading'. 

80. 5 lOftroc tipas d&Iov the mas. viilg, Wundei- espresses his sur- 
prise that a&Xov al^gciv should be used as a9lov alQse^ai., 'Iniorem 
tuseipere' (as in Ant. 907. tvvS' av gpdfiiji' jcovov). Cf. on Aj. 129. 
Moreover, as he well observes, it is not the imfkrfokmg of a labour, 
but its atxomplislwient that is spoken of. Nauck too suspects agas, and 
co:y'9etHres 5 rout' availas. Dindorfconj: ^ 'CovS^ avarlag a^lav, vsta- 
Tov itovatv, I ro lotaov — . Nauck: ij tour avazlag ^lotov tvulmv ?vitv. 
Qu. 17 tovS' aqofttvoi a^lov, eh' ie vaitgov — (Anl^ 907. z6v8 av 
■nooiiijv vovov. Horn. H. t' 124.) Or ^ tovxov aviX-neas zov «9'Ioi', 
vCT^gov {or loii a9>.ov vaiaiov) — (jEsch. Pr. 375. tijii itagovisav av- 
tXiJom tu'iij*. Cho. 748. ilijudfras -^vilovv kohb om. Enr. Hipp. 898.) Or ij 
TOiiro* Bvvaag (tovS' itvatXas, tovSs tsXinag, tovS' IvtyKoiv) a^Xov, 
eit Is SoMffou — (Horn. Od. 14, 47. onJtSaa nij^t' avMiiff. 10, 327. 
For dvvea? cf. on 606.) Or ij to'Ss itiQavas a^Xov (Tr. 506. Ph. 509) — . 
Cf, Diodor. T. 24. Esrtlwms lov Sf^arov aS'Xov. IV. 10. tsisfv 
a&lovs. Apollod. II. i. 12. a&Xovq SmSixa fTCiTeltiv. U, i'. 124. fir- 
jiowB — nffloipdeove, o'i af^lca itoaalv aqovxo. 

a9lov] a&-lov L. 

Big xhv mxtQov the mss. vulg. fig to / vaxtgov Reisk. Hart, rag 
%6v ueidTOV Berg'k (after Koeehly). ■oaxaxov itoviov conj. Herwerdeii, tv- 
Toli^ai rpqsvl conj. Dind. fig %6 Keigtsgov Mein. on Ant. 782. (conjectu- 
ring also fig TO v' varfQav \ alvTtov ^S/) — ), Qu. ttz' ig voiEpov. Or^ 
a^Xov ht Tov vetaxov (iti Ttavvarcnov, cf. Aj. 864). The ellipse top 
vaztQOV (xQOvov) is very suspicious; cf. on El. 1076, top aei. The words 
are ejected by Dind., who thinks that the original ones {such as sutdlftDj 
q>Qevi), which were connected with the preceding- T] — a9-lov, have been lost. 
He accordingly marks a lacuna. The words Ig tov—^Cotov are considered 
spurious by Wnnder (v. Emend, p. 171 f.). 

81. tov Xomov A. K. L. T. supr. vulg. to Xomov B. T. V. Elmsl. 
ad Med. 1096. Eeiske n. ms. Cf. 168. to lotjioj' ^dq Siji- aXvTC-^xia Pi>. 
V.\. 457. For to Jonrdi' ^*JJ cf. on (Ed. C. 1619, 

pi'oroi' svaiiav'] Cf. (Ed. C. 1619. ^iozov tvaCmva. Aj. 708. Ph. 829. 
Fi\ 718. id?' fvaCiava kXovxov. .(Esch. Pere. 717. p^oroii fvaCiava—Si-^- 
•jaysg. Eur. Bacch. 421. tvnimva Sia^^v. Suppl. 960. SvaaCiitv (Hog. 

H^iv] Qn. uyiiv (cf. .^sch. 1. c), Tliese two verbs are constantly 
confounded in the mss. VA.<SA.C. 11^6. almvatXdp,ov' Uw {alwf). 1619. 
ov TtjTdiievai. ] id Xoitidv rjSti tov ^iov Sia^ttov. 

83. gojcy] 'Crisis, danger.'' 'Poif^ means literally 'the liirn of the 
balance.^ CEd. C. 1608. pojiij Biov (loi. Arlst. 1235, « *' (k «6Xig) ?j;e- 
xeu gontcg. Plat. Artai. 30. rjv fiiv ovv ItcI ^owqs fiiKpSe — Slit to y^- 


TI'.IMI.M^II. 27 

xtivov ^Cov SoisavTog ^ oix^fisSd-' ajta; 85 

akk 6t(ii , fi^Eff ' ei ds it'ECipatow iya 
^d^iv xarydij ravSe, xkv nakai rcrep^' 
vvv 8' ^vv^^s jrorjiog ovx eta xatQ&s 

Qag. Cf. on fEil, R. 961. Scliol: h KH'Sii't) «ivt Ini iuQOi Jk^i^s 

83. ovK ft Ivys^imv— (\ 'Will yoi nni go to imsisl lam [lit to work 
with him)'?' El. 350. ovzi ^vvegSeis, i:riv re Sgiaaav ixTQinei], Pht. 
Hep. V. 461 B. ovviQ^Bvros- Qu. ov% ti ^agti^mv (El 1197) 

^vix'l ovvm' Herw. 'Now Ihal' So fete t.1 W65 

ri aia^/ir^a, ^ si^wiofiei'] (Ed. R. 14G. ^ yap svrtijsfs — yowotlfiE*' 

84. This line is ejected or bracketed as an interpolfttion by Bentl. 
Pors. (Opnsc. p. 218.) Herm. Apitz. Dind. Schn. Hart. Bgk. Dobr. Wnnii. 
[v. Emend, p. 171 f.) Weckl. It probably came from a revised eilition of 
this play. Cf. on Aj. 554—5. Other interpolations, probably by the same 
busy hand, occur 17. T50. 166—8. 170. 295. 684. 696. 898. 899. Canter cor- 
rects Ktii KiitTOfttv, and places the line after 85. In this he is followed 
by Wak. Musot. Vauv. Br. Sc.hief. Erf. Cf. Enr. Ale. 288. aov yc/Q ip&i- 
asv-qq nvviiz' av iftjif. 

85. ^ om. T. For the aynizesis in ^ 01%. of. El. 316. So ^ elSsvai, &,c. 
<*7 KaiiJ#Ki A B T vTilg i(«tij#ijv K L yiavgSn Br. Cf. on Ant. 

18 Ph 1110 <E1 E 1525 Ariat Av all rouil toivvv ov* tISj] 'yri, 

Ttaz naXai naQJtv] I e tai. KtiXai xsQriv at 'I skould have gone 
In hi ad (Ph 4251 evm long virar-e Kai xaXai ftcn occurs, (Ed. C. 
1 '>' Ant aS"* Ph 966 &c ho kkI Xiav i^ala iidgta, &c. 

Tiugiji> the mss vulj Ilerm Berglt irapij Dind Naiick. Cf. on <Ed. 
k l=i26 

88— "^O Theae lines ia tliey aie comm nly re^d , accord hut ill with 
the eoDte-^t They ire therefore bracketed or ejected by Ilerni. Dind. (who 
in his Annot thinks tliat 90—1 rather should be ejected). Brunck trana- 
jiose^ them after 91 and for v^v S he snbsiitutei aXX' in v. 88. In this 
he 18 followed bv Herm \\und (i Emend p.l77f)&.c. The two lines some 
tl k t p 1 t m 1 g t f tl pi Cf 

84 B t 3 9t 11 t II ft 87 h 

d St 89 

88 a tl ms Egk N 1 e S V, k. XI B Bt iJ 

WdHtDdThfm t tth 

ead g 4t th m t m A might U be d f ded t t d d t 

t 11 g th 1 w d h d t cc lly tw p t d 

m (Ed R 54—6 58-f? A Th 4 6—8 450—3 5— r 

I rj&rii « ^ i\ Hta I (I h al) g d f 
J th Ig W 1 f V Ap t B II b E f C M th 

II ra H t S h Bgk D d. W kl m ght ly 1 be pi I 

t C ) 

y Google: 


iljiii^ TTQOTKQ^eiv Qvds dsifiaCvsiv uyav. 

vvv 8\ rog gwvt'jjfi', ovSbv iXXsiipa ni ft») ov w 


XBiQsi VVV, a Ttut' x(cl yicQ vOts^a to y sv 

TCazQog — Ti^oTaQ^tlv] jEsch. Sept. 332. §aQiiug roi rujns jr^ioinp^ia, 
Cf. Tiifoipo^oviicii jEseh. Suppl. 1043. 

90. vvv S'] 'But now.' (Ed. K. 263. (Ed. C. 273. 1352. 222, 985" 
Pli. 949. 1048. El. 335. 1334. Aj. 450. 1060. Herort. III. 25, fee. 

(OS lup^ijfi'l ' That I am au>are of «.' 

ovSev silsi'i/Joi — ] '/ loiil spare no pains lo ascertain the exact truth 
(tlie true menning) of tkeni.' Aj, 1379. Mai ^viiTropsiv Hal (niffji- iUsC 
vuv oatav, &c, ,^5eh. Prom. 341. trqo&vjtiag y«e ovdsv iXliCitsig. 1066, 
Plat, Lys, 129. ovS'sv rijg ago^vjiias ilUltixzai. Sjmp, 210. ^Qo9viiiag 
ovSiv ajioltifm. Rep. 671 D. 

TO fi^ vulg. TO (iq ov Br. Herm. Bind. Wnnd. Bgk. Nek. Cf. on 226. 
623. CEd. K. 1232. Xtinsi jiiv ovS' a nQon^-ev TjStniv lo fi^ ov \ ^aqvatov 
etvai. 28'S. fi^ jtapgs to ftfi ov qigdaai. Ant, 544, (ti; rot — ft aiiiiuajis 
t6 p.^ ov I ^arelv, &c. El. 107. ou lijSio— /t>) oo &c. (Eil. K. 1065. 1091. 
(Ed, C. 666. Ant, 97. 443. 936. Aj. 90. 540, 728, El. 1S3. Avist, Kan, 
68. %ovSlis yj ft' «* ntlauiv avd-gtoaav id fi^ OtfK | Elfl'si'i'. Av. 37. 
ov fitaovvj' Ixsiviiv t^v Tiokiv j to fiij ov fisyalfiv ilvai. .^sch. Prom, 
926. ovSiv yag avtm zavt ^JTcpHt'cfi to ji^ ov | niaelv aciinog. 786. 
1056. Ag. 1169. axo'g 3' oiSiv iTc^QXieav lO fi^ ow (vitlg. to /t^) no'hv 
Itiv tSuwte o^'' ^I" ■ta9siv. Knm. 853. ouk uvsIojihi to ^^ oti (on om. 
Ven.) I Tij**' — ti/iuv jioUv. Eiir. Pliten. 1175. fujS' av id ot/itov nii^ 
Pin s^pj'o&efi' iJioj I TO fi^ OB KKi' aKjeM/ )E*ey«/io)v Jisiv JtoXiv. Orest. 
1033. ovx oiov Tt fi^ {fi^ 0^ Herw.) ativciv hbm«. Here. 326. ov yBp 
fflitiji' ixoiiev aeit fiij ((li^ o^ Herw.) ■ffoii'eri'- Hipp. 49. 645, Med, 1209. 
Iph, A. 916. Andr. 254. Phoett. 1192. Plat. Rep. p. 354 D. om nnrse^o'- 
tiTjV TO fi^ ova fill 10VIO el^iiv utc' sksIvov. Grit. p. 100. Sen. Symp. 
III. 3. oiSsis oil, Sq/ri, dvzilSyH ro ;in ov lj|jif. More iisiially the ar- 
ticle is oroittad as in Herod. VI. 88. ovxhi ave^dllovTO (iij ov to nav 
li,i]%nv^eaa&ai. Plat. Meiion. p. 89 D, ov* avaitS' ju.^ ov Tialmg Xi- 
yta^tti. So we find botli /tii and to fiij. Cf. on Aj. 96. (Ed. R. 138S, 

92. vvv (supr, S^) T. jiSv B. K. L. vulg. 

mkI yag vatigat] I. e. iiai yap Kai ^oif'eBi, or Kal ^OTfjoj ynp (as 
in 87. Bar adlai wag^). 'far eiien i/ a man be late, yet doing what is rigH 
at least, as soon as he has learnt (how things are), brings gain lo him.'' 
As we say, 'Setter lale than never,' 'never too late lo mend.' Sacli, I 
conceive, is the general sense of this rather awkwai'dJy expressed sen- 
tence. Suhol: «al vvv, rpijalv, a xal, itn:i9i.' ««l yUQ to ^QaSSaig tb 
Siovra aoieiv, hcsiSav axova-g tig, xEgSog atcogiiQeTai. rovtittn, ««!• 
cl p^aSiaiq ^iioveag Hffi (f^?) tiqisl^eeig avzav naQayevo/tsvog , ksqSos 
not Itreoi. But Herm: 'eft'am terius venienti prosperae quideni res (se. 
illius, de quo comperiat), obi de lis audierit, lucrum aff'erunt.' And so ex- 
plain Dind. Wund. Nanek, &e. And indeed the words sjifl jtv^oiro ('when 
he hns heard of it') seem to favor this view. 




azQOfpii a. 

vaziQm] t 

^OltSVOV 94 

1- vatfQovvii, 'though he be Itite for sel out lale),^ 
mgflOOftj'] 'To act righllg.' Cf. 57. Schol. to~^a Siovta 
xoitiv. Compare KaXfog Jigdeasiv 67. Eiir. Hee. 713. xa-xii&iv iv — Tif- 
nqayniv iari. Others, probably riglitly, axplain 'prosperu fortuna.' 

93. jnJ&oito vnlg. av9oito (altered from wufroio) L. nvSfoio inay 
perhaps be the true reading. Cf. El. 697. ozav Si iig fl-eiSn | §XdxTii, 
Svvai av (Svvaiz vtilg.) oiS' av iBxvmv qivystv. And on 2 above. 

v.eQSos e^noXS.'] ' Procures (^ets) gnn, causes satisfaction.^ The Sehol. 
explains lixTcola by aTtatpiqezat. Cf. Ph. 303. ovS' oitot nliiov | igsfijio- 
Irjcst Msptfos. Ant. 1037. v.sqSttCvcz' , IfiJzoXSte — ^Xsktqov. Lacian. Cat. 1. 
auS' o^oXiv i/ixeaoXiiitcijiiv. 34. nolXa | i/iaoXriaiis azlyiinza, EjiJioXav 
properly meana 'to gain by traffic^ Isae 88, 26. 

94—140 The Chorus begin with an invitation to the Sun, whose pierc- 
ing rays penetrate eierywhere, to devlire in what quarter Hercules now 
IS for thai his affiicted 'uife is inconsolable from his protracted absence, 
rhey then endeavour to console her by these several considerations: tliat 
as Heicules has hitherto always beHu pieserved by some protecting divi- 
nity from casualties, it is leasonable to hope the same of him now; that 
there is i bright aide of things, as well as a dark, to all; and, lastly, that 
Zeus IS not likely to neglect his own offspring, 

94 ttioXa vv^l "ilar bespangled night ' jtoim^ij Sia za aezQa, as 
eiplained bj the Schol «ho also gives two other interpretations, pilaiva 
and zazBta (is in Horn 11 fi 463 g 361. Nvxzl S'ojj). The two for- 
mer are also ^ven by Hesjch buid. and Bekk. Anecd. p. 359, 3. Buttmann 
(Leiil 6 12) decides in fiioui of the interpretation 'starry nighl.' Cf. 
132 Eiir Pit Fr 11 4 igipvicCa vvi atoXoxgtaq. ^sch. Prom. 24. ^ jrot- 
mAsifirai' w^ (schol. Sia zo maoiKtl^ai rof; aazQotg), 

fvaQt^oiiiva] 'Being dispersed (lit, killed)' by the darting rays of 
the Sun (■^X{ov to^ois, Eur, Here. 1090). Sehol. min: qiffsteo.uivij. Cf. 
Aj. 141. fqs vvv T'O'ifit'i'ijs mKro's. Tr. 1169. xgovip t«o t^vzi. jEsch. Pera. 
383. fe*( 81 ^4yyos ^Kov vaziq/^iio. 228. t-ijle mpos *iiir(»«t's, Svantos 
^Xiov 'p^ivaop.aaiv. Lucret. I. 148. 'non radii solis neque lucida tela 
dlei I discutiani.' For ivagi^Ofiiva, which Nauck also suspects, I would 
gladly aubstitnte atpavitojilva, Cf. Philo p. 714, dvattiXavtog ijllov zo 
(liv OKOios aipavl^tzat. Wecltlein proposes evvoQi^ofiivcc {^sHA vicinam, ad- 
finem, evpogov, efficiens'), 

95. Tlv,tsi\ 'Begets,' causes to rise, by its own disappearance. Schol: 
icvaikXXiiv noiti. Cf. on Aj. 674. .ffisch. Ag. 264. ivdyyilog fiiv, aojtsp 
jj naqoiptCct, \ Frag yivoizo iii/zgos evipQOVtjg JtaQa. 279. t^s vvv zixov- 
djje 9^6 zoS' tiipeovTfe Xiyia. Similarly Pind, 01. II. 59, a^igav — aatS' 
aliov (schol: Ijisi o ^Xiot zriv ■^(iiQav yevv^ avazflXav). 

KaztvvdSn] Lit. 'puts to rest.' Lat. 'componit.' Cf, Ant. 8,13. 
JEs<:h, Prom, 24. ^ izotKiXft'itmv vh^ dicoKQVipst ipdog. Virg. JEn. I. 374. 




>ll/mpo.' Hor.CariiL.SeBt. ly. ' Alme Sol, ciirrii 

C53. Elmal. ml Ilerac. 131, With kktiu- 

(Bfie'i'ij or the liku {ef. on El. 72). 

Schol; Xa^novta. Ph. 1199, tployi^mv 

Qu. narevvd^et v' aipavi^onevov , if 

ons a uomma is marked bofore qoioy. 

Aid, Tarn. Harm, Wiind. Hart. Bgk.) 

m rk a comma after iployi^oitivov. 

Bii&ag all laails wlUi its liglit, ia call- 

liieh Hercules now is. IL y' 277. 'Hi- 

g GS-2. In like manner the Sun ia iii- 

Xsvaamv riXiog. .^sdi. Ag, 615. ov« 

, J jclljv zov tgaipovxoi rjliov %^ovos 

Xa e 

, I vijjitgzsiog ftoi 

(or declare) tMs con- 
Attic eonstriiction 
So e. g. Arist, Nub. 

xata 7COVT0V \ aid^igo^ in Si^e xaiaSigx. 
fviBxi, ifilov TlKoe tt nov oitomas. 

"AXiov ahm^to talijCQu orj^ojiK ipXsyiS-oiv] 
person we find 216. ovS' aittaisoitat 1011 avlhv, m %vq 
(Ed. C. 1085 f, 

D7. tovxa Ka(iu|o:t tov -ilKfiijpas] 'To peoclaii 
cerning the son of Alaaene, w/iere &c.' 
for Kagv^ai tovio, tco&i jtoi 'AXtift^vc _ 

145. ttKjjeii' UQii Xa((jS9>ra»n;o; Zwbdcijjs I '^liXXav, onoaovg aXXotio i. 
awT^S ^oSag. Pse. 604, si povXca& omoiiaai t-^vS' onros daeiXtio. I'or 
the addition of lotiro cf, Phil. 1356. tavz l^avae%iiaie»f, TOimv 'AT^^img 
I Ijii ^vvonza Ttatalv — . Enr, Ale, 36. ij loS vnfexrj, moaiv IhIuobit' 
avzli Tcgod'aveiv. Hipp. 1112f, 

tovto B. T. Tovza A. K. L. Hack Aid, It ia not very clear whether 
zovio depends upon aha or v.aQv^ai. Mnsgraye, Brunck, Diud., and others 
prefer the former; Apita and others the latter. Qn, TcaiSa, or zovSe. 

aaQv^ai B. K, T. Herm,, Dind, &c. Ttctev^ai A. L. vnlg. Ql V: ilxeiv 
ijiot. Cf. 45. r/Sij Ssxa \ i^ijvag 1505 aXXotg nivx ttKijpujiros )i,evii. 

99. 310'ffi (101 jnj'&i ftot jtBfs A. B. K. L, Aid, no&i jioi jto&f TroiV T, 
Turn. Br.Dind. Herm, Bgk, Tiod'i ftoi uiuis Harl. jc69i fioi no&i ^ot (del. nari;) 
Pors. Wiuid.Sclin.Nauuk. no'&i (tot jcdd't yagconJ.Schn. Certainlynurg cannot 
well stand thus by itself; and I suspect it is a eorniption of naCSa, a 
gloss oa vovAXKifijvas (schol: tov MxiiTJvcsg. Xtiati xaCSa), or rather otyag, 

99. VHiEi] I. e, Siazifipei, 'is rfiweffinj/, w,' Lat. 'uersaiw?-.' Cf. (EJ, 
C. 137. Tie "9 V'"' ^"^ C"^ Ttots vccisi. 117, ov lyM — ouma tfuvufiat — 
yvcovnt tedv va/ft. Seidl. ad Eur, El. 302, 

Xa/ijiqa i!teQ(ma B. L. pr. (corr. a ... a). Cf. Aj. 257. IcuKpffs — aify 

100. S — Ij — ] According to Epic usage. So Horn. II, a. 192. iisQ- 
p-ijQi^tv I ^ — lovg fikv Kvaenjaiisv — | ije 2''^'"' i'""'ti-**i jEscIi, Clio. 
756. 0^ yap it <ptiivit — !j {ili) It/iog ^ Si'i^ij rig ^ Xiifiov^la \ txsi. I Ejliould 
prefer here tlio usual formula e/ — Jj — , '■ if (whether ) — r,t — ,' Atit. 1217. &u. 


rpylXINJAl. ?A 

1/ -KiivtiaQ, av/.ai'us tj diGGalGiv tiTCfiQoii^ JcAi-iJ'iii,' , 

tHa' a XQaTidtivav xkt' o^jicc. 1U3 

aovTiovs A. it. T. leinm. suliol. noviias K. et (snpr. ov m. \>r.) I,. Nelt. 
I ibink TiovTiug is right. According to AUienaeiis (v. 189 D.) avtiov is 
mascnltiiu in prueo writers (its Tliiiu. IV. G3), but fominine in the poets. 

Tcoviiovg avlavag] 'The straits of the aea,' and bence perhaps tlio 
sea at large. So Scliacfer (Melet. \\. 37) oijilains ^ovtiot avl&vsg of the 
sen, Siaaal ^nstgot of the eartli. Tlie CJionis wish to learn whether Her- 
citlos is at sea, or on land (on one of tlie two contiaents). Cf. Fr. 4^3. 
Kfij^voue zt Kul arjQccyyces ri& IxaKtias (jiSi ^ovtias^) I avXavas. 
^suh. From. 731. avX^v' IxjtsQ&v Mateniiiov. Arist. Av. 244. lltiag (al. 
iXfiovg) Jiorp avliovas, Dionys. Porieg'. 130. oQ-ev arsvog st/j^tzai. aalav. 
Pliilostr. p. 817. fv ajiX^ avXaivi. With ^ovtiovg avlUvag aitpply valu, 
if indeed there be not some error. Perliaps Sophocles wrote ^ novziovs 
■nXvSiavcc^. (Ed. G. 16S6. i) ■xovttov ■xtvS^v alofiEvui , &e. Or n 7tov~ 
tCoig tevXmaiv (or KXvSraaiv, sc. kAi&jib). 

101. SieattSaiv «Tti£Qoiisi A. B, R. Harl. Aid. SiaaaVaiv catilQoioiv L. 
Siuaaig ajts^qoigT. Staaaiaiv ajitipois Erf, &, <^a. xigaoiaiv — . Cf. Piiid. 
N. IV. 115. itpoog BvQioTCa, the mainland of Europe. Herod. IL 99, 

Sieaaimv cTie/gois kIiS's^s] 'Tarrying in (near) the two contin- 
ents' Cf. Pit. 760. ISo^dz^v /loi za (rm?) Sv -^xfiQa iioXtiv. Moseli. 
Id. IL 8. rinsiQavs Soiug. Anti]iater Thess. LYI. 'qm^Qotg SiSv/iaig. Herod. 
IV. 118.. za iv tj ^jM(po> rj ertQ'tj. Sophoolea follows that division of 
the worlil, whioh constituted it in two parts, Europe and Asia; Africa 
being loolied upon aa a kind of neutral ground, attached at one time to 
the former, at another to the latter. So Plato (Gorg. p. 265.) and Iso- 
crates (Paneg. c. 48.) sjieab only of Europe and Asia, without any men- 
tion of Africa. See Wessel. ad Herod. II. 16, Sohaef. Melet. p. 36 t. Tlie 
words of Isoerates are: z-^g yqg andinjs tijg vno zai xoOftoi ■nii/tii'Tig 
Si;[a ztzinifiivtig, na!, tijg [iiv Aaiag, zrjg Sc E-o^iowitg naXoviilvtig. I!ut 
as Hercnles could not have been on two continents at one and the same 
time, Wnnder explains Siaacciaii/ cmiigois 'one of the two coaiinents,' re- 
ferring^ to El. 1319 f. Musgrave thinks we slionid not requite too mucli ex- 
actness in a poet. Scliol: irgog i« Iwcc Kal SvztKa. Perhaps the two re- 
gions of Tliessaly and Eubcea are meant, and by the vovriot avlmvie 
the straits that lie between them, Cf. 74 f. Benedict nn<lerstaji<ls it 'de 
Iflrra tontinente versus orientem et occidentem speetante.' 

itli9eig) 'Near to', according to Epic usage. lUnsgrave compares 
II. s'. 709. ICfivi) KiKlifisVos KT}ifiiisaiSi: o'. 740. Jtopioj KSKlififvoi 
tK«S ^(it&« xazgiSog atijg. Add Theogn, 1110. jzoUg — «aXii, A«&aCia 
Kixltfts'j'jj TieSie). Eur. Tro. 798. vaaov — rng s-!lniEitXi[iivag ox^oig 
i£QoiS' Apoll. Kb. L 595. 'Oftolijv — jtoVtoj KeHXiitivijv. Seidl. ad 
Tro, 819. 

102. tfit — Kcr ofi/ia] al^ — Kaluftfm Reiske n. ma. 

(0 — OftfiCt] '0 thou that surpassett in appearance.' (Ed. K. COO, 
EI. 824. Cf. _379. q Kagza lap.itQa «ni mkt' oji^a Mai fveiv. Others 
explain xaz' ofiiia 'in vision'. Schol: m vixiov navzag zovg &eovs yiaza 
zo oitzixov. And so Mnsgrave, 'videndi facutlale,' rather than 'bicis 
uplendore' in a passive sense. Probably rightly. E^Ji£ is added after 
■xaqvict, bpcatise of tlie length of the intervening senleueo. 

,Goog J 

-^"a481^*i5!KK''^VW « 

32 X0iJ>0KAE0r£ 

dvi:i,StQO<pi] a. 

rav afttpivBixij ^jjidveiQccv ad, 

ola Tiv w^Anw OQViv, 105 

ourtor' surccgai' aSav.^vxG»v ^?.Eq)d^av iroitov , all' 
evfivaCTov avSgog Ssl^a tQ£q)0v6«v oiJov 

103. nod'ovii.iva — (fiQivl vulg, Herra. Dind. Nek. I. e. ' With a longing 
mind'. Bchol: Kvr't ro5 jto&ouoi;. Euat. p. 806, 56. no^ov/iiv-g qigivl, 
zi] notvozSQov ■!to9ovey. Dindorf cites another doubtful instance of the 
middle no&Ftc&o'i from Procop. Bell, Pers. II. 4. p. 96 B. But there can 
he little doubt tliat Musgrave'B and Wakefield's conjecture novov(iiva 
(adopted by Erf. Wund.) is riglit. Cf. 935. Keffiai jrsjcopjjfisfos &i.Xriv,totq 
oSvvaiq. (Ed. R. 685. yas n^onovov}tivcc£. Aj, 1310. Thue. II. 51. i6v ti 
^v'^av.ovxa •xcii xav jtovoviitvov roMt^Sovio. Meineke proposes Tnoovitsv^. 
Cf. jEsch. Prom. 858. kitxomttvot qjp^vag. Cho. 628. rj S' i^ vnvov Min^a- 
yev ititoijusvtj.) Nauck noS-ov nXi^. IIa9ovy.s&a is passive below 632, 

104. zav c(tqiii'*"i^ ] '■Contended for, much courted'. Schol: i^v 
mQiftaxiizov. Cf. 5'27. Kfitpif f/mjror ofifiH vvf>,tfixq. 25 f. .^ach. Ag. 669. 
TO.V SoQiyaii^gov ttn'fiivii-xi} 9' 'EXivav, Connect ail with ipiijEO'frtft, 
with Nauck. Dindorf connects it with owjroi' tina^eiv — (= aveyfi- 
pftK — , i. e. Klasif), Wunder wrongly couneets it with Trvv&dvofiai, 
others again with Bfiquu'SiM^. 

106. otativ a^UovoQViv] I.e. the nightingale. Cf.963.El. 148f. I075f. 
For ola 'like n«' cf, 526. .ilsch. Ag, 1103. old rig |oit&<i ~ drjSdv. 
Hermesianas ap. Athen. Sill. 598. C. 'At91s S' ola ^iXiaua, Eur, Hipp. 
564. niUaaa S' _ old (vulg. o?a) rig stjjro'iaiKi, 

otijtoi' (vva^uv — ] 'Never lulls to rest the regret of her tearless eyes,' 
i. e. so that they should not weep. Schol: ^riSinort xoiig c^^al^otis 
KdOTtexiTous fyetv, all' del t^ woiB-in tmv Saxgvaiv vmajiivjiv odiigt- 
o&Ki. For svvdttiv cf. 95. 

ddttJtiivxiov} I. e. iSflie ylyvea^'at avxd dSdnQvia. Put proleptically, 
Cf, Ant. 881. TOP S' i/iov -Tioxfiov d8tt«gvTov ovSflg rpilatv azEvd^si. <Ed. 
C. 1200. tail' aeiv aSe^iizaii' oii/iatcov njimju^os. El. 242. yovsav Imt- 
fioue taxovca nzigvyas o^vzovoiv yomv. 'ASccti.qvzd>v here means 'not 
weeping', as it is rightly explained by Heath. Vauv, Henn. IHnd. Cf. 1200. 
dotivaxzos itdidKQvzos. Eur. Hec. S90. ovdi-noz aez^vaxzos aSd-nQvzos 
dfiiga imaiijod. Others wrongly explain dSaxQvzmv in the sense of 
aolvSojiQvzmv , as Schol. here and on Ant. 881. Lob. ad Aj. p, 299. 
Bloraf. Gl. Prom. 906. Nitzch. ad Odysg. a'. 20. Dissen. ad Pind. N. VI- 
46. Cf, Seidler ad Eur. EI. 442. Musgrave conjectures dSav,Qvtia ^kt- 
ipaQa i'palpebra nieca'). 

106 f. Cf. OdysB. t'. 515. avtdq inr,v viii I'M-);, skTjoi zi kqixos 
dtcavxai, \ veiiiat M liHXQ<a, nvMval Si p.oi d/iip' dStv'ov xiJQ | o^fliti 
litlsSmvat oSvgoiiirijv iQi9oveiv. 

107. filitpdgaiv jio'&ov] Cf. Aj. 140. — ^o^ov for Jio'&oi' Eeiske n. ma. 
dW] alia — Bergk. 

108. Construe Tqi(poveciv ivjivaazov flsffmr oSov avSgog, 'entertain- 
ing an ever mindful (anxious) apprehejision respecting the journey of her 


Tl'AXIMJI. 33 

tv&v[iiois €vvcctg civavSQaroiGi r(ivyj<>&ai^ xaxflv 
Svorccvov ilni^ovOaf aldav. Ill 

Aiisbantf,^ Schol: alia to Siljia ro VTiig tdS vvSqos asl i^vrjjiovfvov- 
eav ev raig avavS^oig xoitaig Tgvxid^ai. xetra tj^vx^iv. Miisgrave conj: 
tvjivaatov — ipSQavaav, oSov ir^viiioig ("uiae lerroribus'') tvvaig t —. 

aleCjivaeTOv Liv. a. 'Mindf/il'. So ^sch. Ag, J56. iivd/iaiv [i^vig. 
The Schol, appears to refer ivftvaarov to Beianira herself. 

ips^ovaav tlie m^s. Wak. Ilerm. Apitz. TQscpovoav Caaaub. (AniJii. 
in Athen. p, 549.)Br. Erf. Sch. Wiind. Dind. Hart. Sclin. Nek. Weekl. Cf. 28. 
aei tiv' ill tfo^ov tpo^ov igeqia. Aj. 1124. ^ yXStami eov tov %-v^ov toj 
duvov T^itpei. El. 101. ointog — q/tQttai (r^itpiTui'?}. (Ed. R, 294. and 
on (Ed. R. 863. Ant. 1090. Wakefield defends q)£Qovaav, coll. Enr. Orest. 
1506. TQaviict qiiQiav. CatuIL LXI. 54. 'irtriomitos in eorde gerens, Ariadna, 
furores.' Ovid. Met. V. 426, 'inconsolabile vulnus j menle geril tadta'. 

tfeifia — oitou] The gen. as in CEd. R. 233. filov Stiaag. 

oSov] 'Concerning the journey.' Cf. 51. Perhaps atl, or vTteq. Or ov 
(reading tpliyiov. for ^Ityi^atv 99). Or tliiis: igiqssiv tuQaaaov [evvoi- 
KOvv, evvoitov). Wakefield conj.: — , ofioii ivOvfilois &,. 

109. iii&vi^iois tvvats avavSi/iiroie tqvxsv&ki j 'Is pitdng away hi/ 
reason of tier widowed coueh, which vicighs on her mind.' The epithet 
iv^vfiioig belongs not simply to suvafg, but to the coDoctive lilea con- 
tained in tvvKis avav@Q^tois 'widviiiliooil'. The dative of cause. Tlie 
Sehol. underBt-inds iv. Sehneidewin eiplaina: iv&viiooiiivijv tas tov 
avSgos iQiifiag tvvag. Schol: iv^vfiiotg tvvatg . tkij (ifeijii'ijitnai'e, 
tats TciilvifQOvz£ii%oi.i . ttvavSQaTOiai Si -caCg iQifiiiiig tov avSgag. 
(Ed. E. 739. Ti S' f<TW eoi toit' iv9viii.ovi Horn. Od. v'. 421. fiij GOi 
XItiv iv^vjitov ffftiv. Herod. VIII. 54. Thuc. VII. 50. Antiphon p. 106. 
vi^iv si iv^vjiiog ysviiesiac (o a-Tto^avav). p. 112. Sehneid. ad Xen. 
de Kep. Ath. III. 12. Valck. ad Amnion. I. 19. ad Herod. I. 176. 

ivvatg A. K. L. Karl. Aid. svvaig t' H. T. Tnrn. 

dvav3Qtatoiei A. B. K. L. dvavSgatoie T. AvavSQiazog occnrs no 
where else, 1 believe. The usnal form is KvavSQog. (Ed. R. 1606. Tr. 
308. jEsch. Pers. 289. evvtSag ij3' avdvSgovg. Eur. Hipp, 547. avav- 
Sgov — Ktfi avv/i-ipov. Mad. 436. rag avavSpovg xoiiag. Cyci. 305. alo- 
Zoue dvdvSQOvg. Hec. 669. Hel. 293. Anilr. 347, Qu. avdvagoieiv ic (or 
ys) — , Or — iv&vfiiov, xoizaig avavSgoig "foi — . Cf. 913. xtii xag 
a-rcaiSctg {avdvSgovg'i) h to loiithv oiciag (na. evfijovag). .^sch. Pers, 
135. IliQelSsg S' BjipOKsvOfi's etuxeza OTofl'&>- ifilavo^i rov — tiind^pn 
^QoicEiiijia(i,lva XBljiivtti /iovotii^- Virg. jEn. IV. 82. 'Sola domo viixret 
vacua slralisqiie reliclis \ inciibal.' Sil. Ital. II. 555. ' Haic bello vaems 

— Iiij/ebal tbalamos. Murrho spoKata luarito.' Cratinns uses rjvS^ojievii 
in the sense of dvSgog jcejicieafii'i'i;. 

110. zQvxia»ai] Aj. 606. (Ed. K. 666. Eur. Hipp, 147. dimXaxCa^g 

— tQvxti. Hel. 528. 1302. Arist. Ach, 68. 

xaKav — alaav^ Connect KciKav alaav, and refer Svutiivov to Deia- 
nira (cf. 16. Ph. 291). 'Anticipating, poor woman, an evil fate.' Or 
'anticipating an evil sad fate.' Kuf. Hipp. 162. ncctd Bvazavog djiaxa- 
via. Perhaps ieoj;£ofl'«( MEap, Svaxavav iXni^ovoav aleav. Bee Schol. 

111. SvOTitvov] 'Unhappy one'. Cf. 326, Sa'K(tv^lqosi: tfu'cuivoj. 16. 
936, Ph. 172, Col. 844. 1583. CEd, R. 1249, 




xv(iaT EV evg^'i' xovtfp ^«W smovza x i'Srj , iir> 

llni^ovaccv] 'Expeclinn, aniidpiding , apprehending.'. Cf. on 29C>. 
iXiiiietv ««M«. Aj. 799. Eur, Suppl. 800. to pkv yag ov» ijlnt^ov iiv 
Ttl^ovS'svai I ^iflifos; Jiieicaov. Ion. .S.ll. Here. 728, Horn. I], ^ . 110. Incert. 
ap. acliol, ad Trach. 29G. otcv nalag xQciaaTi ris, iXniltiv ximo;. Plat. 
Legg, I. 644. D. ngog Si Tovtoiv afiipoiv av Solas iifHovrmv, olv aoi- 
vov fiiv ovofic iXnlg, ISiov Si qiopos fiiv ■^ tcqo Xvjiijs eIjtEs, &aQ- 
oos Sa ^ ago tov havtiov. Arist. Ar, 956. Thuc. I. 1. VII. 61, Polyb. 
IX. 6. 9. Cic. Tnso. IV. 37, 80, 'si spes eaxpectalio boni, mali ea^pecfa- 
lionem esse necesse est inetriia.' Fnm, V. I, Oral. HI. 13, &. Virg. ,*:n. 
I. 543. 'At sperale deos memores fandi aigue nefandV IV. 419. 'Hutu: 
ego si polui tanliaii sperare dotorem.' Lnean. V, 465. 'naufragii spes 
omnis abtt.' 

112 f. jTOlla yap — ] 'far as one may see, when ike iimoearied toiilh 
or north wind blows, mani/ inaues in the wide sea receding and (agtiin) 
advancing.' Cf. (Ed. C. 1239 f. Ant, 68G f. jEstli. Suppl. 469. Ear. Or. 343. 
Vi]^. Ma. 11, 416 f. XI. 277 f, Tlie image is drawn apparently from 
Horn. II, P'. 394. (oj ors xv^a \ kkt^ ^55' iijpiji^, on miujitj) rdios Jl- 
%iov, 1 JCQoBlrixi (WOTOs'Im ' tov S' ovitoze HVitara XUnu [ Tcavzoiav avi- 
fnor, or' rtn iv^ jj fr&n yiviavTttt. i . if. X ■ 305 f. v . 795 f. Connect 
icolXa with utifiorra. 

ratrre— Tts — ^Sri\ The conatraction of roois with a subjunctive is accord- 
ing to Epic usage. It is rarely found in Tragedy. Hom. II. ^'. 474. bct' 
atnoliamXctzi' alySiv | alitoXot SvSQCe gii^a SiavQivtoatv. i'.323.iae S' ogvts 
ctTn^ai vsoaaotei ngo^aq^ai \ fiaetaH, — cog nal iyai &c, X'. 67. ot S', mot' 
afHjT^ptS svavziot aXXi^lotatv \ oyp,ov ilavvtamv. a. 165. 01 S' aazs oq>^- 
xfs fieaov aioXoi -^i ^iXieaixi | olviia noi^eervzat — ,iOsoty ou» l^ilovei &c. 
fi'. 278, Ttiiv S , oiCTE viipeSts x'ovoe TiCnziaet %a\iua\ — (og z&v &c. 
^', 16. (DS 9 ocf jrogqirpij nsiayos, — os o y^piov &c. 51'. 428. 01 S' 
max' alyvJtiol p,fyala itXa^ovrf iiaxavrai,, \ cog 01 KSul^yiotfS ^t' kHij- 
loteti' oeovaav. e. 161. k'. 486. Eur. Hec 988. iog tig {xnioji. Ant. 
586. ouoioi' acta itovziov otSfia -— ^vXivSn. fqn. KvKvSyf] &c. Perliaps 
Hiot' av awfi^ios — (Sot (cf. 699 f.J. 

M9z' a«aiJ.avtoe — ^OQia] The construction of this gen. is far from 
clear. It may poHsibly be put absolutely, a participle being understood, as 
al&giag, x^'f'^^'us, lojiagag, vvuzog, &e. But I think some participle is 
needed. Qu. lOffTf PgifiovToj (or oiffTf wWoiroj) — Ortoofl" uji ukii^tos — - 

axufiavzog] 'Unwearied, incessant.'' 11. a . 484, ijaXiiv z' atianavza. 
It . 177. I^jttQxai^ KKafiBvii, Eur, Pir. Fr. Ill, I. axdjLag %Qovog. Find. 
01. IV. 1. a-xafiavronoSos ^poviSs, III. 3. Hii«(io:rroj[o'i?tdf tTZJcmv. V. 3. 

113. ^] at Cut si') Erf. 

Bo&aa A. K. L. T. &o, Boefoii A. corr._ B. 

114. KjifiKi' supjt the mss, -nvp-aza avQi'i Tricl. su'e^i: Kvnara Br. 
iiu'fKtT' H* supi'i^ Wak. Pors. Dobr, Apitz, Kv/tai fp evi/ai Erf. Herm. 
Dind. Hart. Schn. Bgk. and Elmsl. ad Med. 806. The solution in avi/ai: of 
coarse could only be allowed in choral odes or in free metre like that of 

Cf. Eur. Fr. Inc. I7B, 1. Jio'rroi' KVfiaz' evqIos- 
I. ^KVT Iniovza zt] ' EliMng and /lowing.' Schoh t« jiii' «jiioj'- 


TPAXiNIAl. 35 

orrw be tov Kadfioyevrj tyt'^iEt re y.txv^m ^lozov 
xoXvaovov aSitsQ nilcyog Kp^fltof. dXXd rig Q-eav 

TK, ra rff i7rsQ%6iiiva. Bijveii often means 'lo depart,' and iniovra is 
liere equivalent to iniaxQiipovza 'returning.'' Perliaps ^avz' avtovta t'. 
But cf. 134. aipaq ^i^ans, z^-S' Iniffz^'^'"- Z^^et'" &c. 

eSoi the inss. Wak. % Erf. Henn. Dind. Sclin. Hart. Bgk, Nek. 

116. ovzw Sh — ] 'So in like manner /i Iroublesoiae Cretan sea as 
U were of life sustains and strengthens the hero of Thebes.' Herm: 'ita 
quasi Creiietis qiddmii pontun Hercaleai Imliet augetque ejus lahores.' On 
this use of Si in apodosiH see ElinsL Add. ;td Baceh. 180. Buttm. in 
Deiti. c. Mid. Exc. XII. Sdiaef. Mel. Crit. p. 58. Heind. ad Phred. 46, 
Cf. El. 27. (Snirfe Fnffos ivytvTii — (ocieurios S\ flu &c. Ant. 426. ffid. 
K. 302. 

xiiv KaSuoy^v!]] Schol; tov Sij^ayevij 'Hfa^lia. Who quotes Hasiod. 
Theog. 630. oipq' 'HgaxX^og Oij^aysveos v-liog *ftj. Add Horn. II. t. 99. 
I'. 323 f. H. in Here. 2. Find, Istli. I. 13 f. VII. init. Cf. also on (Ed. 
K. 1. 

117. t^foo" to S' av^st — Ketjmov] Sehoh Kwii zgoipijs Kctfl'ijjitet- 
v^q Mttl ou^ij(FE«s tlatv avtai oi nivoi, ov, iptjel, to fiiv zSiv xccKav 
l'j;ji, to 6i Kv|trai kcit' Burou, A figure that frequently occurs in 
writers both sacred and profane, Tgiftiv and kv^uv are elsewhere 
united, as in Plat. Rep. VIII. 665. C. ««i ioStow xgiipHp rt nal av^tiv 
ulyav. A^istid. Monod. de Smyrn. av^ov jtal rijlrpov xal agSov (lag 
olffts). Compare also Eur. Hipp. 367. a novoi xQirpov-ztq §qozovs. Snppl- 
321. Toi's TCQVOiaiv av^fzai. Philem. Stob, 66, r'ov 3f fiovov ovza iial mhhij 
Tejn iQiepii. Soph. Fr. 518. ^oflKEi S\ loos ^iv jioiiia Svaai^EQ^a^, rovs 
S' olffos '^iiiiv. (Ed. R. 374. fiiag i^sipti xqos vvxtog. j^sch. Cho. 24. 
ivffiotoi ^oanF.zai heuq. And conversely they said i^jcpftv foaov, azrjv, 
jiiaaii.a, ^o^ov, ©nitov, &c. Cf. on Phil. 795. Mtisgrave wronjijly takes 
au|t[ in a neuter sense for av^izm. Wunder takes to ^lozov iiolvno- 
vov to be the subject of both zgiipti and av^si, i. e. to fift zQitpsi, to Hi 
aSiet {^lozov noXvTiovav). Hut this cannot wtll be. It is better to re- 
move the comni.T iisnaily placed after Tioivnovov, and make aslayos the 
subject. But the passage is. I doubt not, rather corrupt. Qu. Tpi'qifi 
r' flE|ji te ^Cov lEoltijtoj'Di' tSanig nilayos Kg-^mov. Or iQtipii nal 
avlsi (zQ£q>u If naS^it, zgetpu tagaBdov, or taviv zaQaoaii) §[6zov-~. 
Or zgeipH r' t3' (Ant. 969.) avlu ^lozov ~. Or Tpu'j;si ragiieaov. 
And for ^iotou Ttolvnovov perhaps ^iorog Kolitnovos, 

zglqisi] TO (liji z^lipH B. zQVxet Miidge. acgiipBt Keisk, Hart, Nauck. 

10 *■ A. K. L. z6S' B. T. 

Bulft (a|{i pr,) L. "av in litura unius literae," 

118. mantg A. K. Hari. aatt B- L. T, tocmsji ii (i. e. ts, 1 suspect) 
V. Cf. on 630. Connect Sckcq Jtanyoi 'as it were a wa.' Cf. Aj. 8, 
.^sch. Sept. 758. kckidp 3' maitiQ Qalaaaa kv/i' ayw to fikv jtCzvov, 
&lXo 8' atiQSi &c. Aiist, Vesp, 713. ol/ioi, zi ito^' manig vagxTj jiov 
xctiu ti}g %eigbg Kataxfirai^ Plat. Phaed, p. 66 G. Kiv$Prtvti ^nntQ 
atduno; zig ijfl^i; ixipigtiv. Aj. 8. xvvo; AaKuivtjg mg xig Eupivos ^cf- 
iTtB. Apocal. XV. 2. xal etSov aq d'i'laeear vttXivijv &c. Arist. Nub. 
1276. TOP iy«l<palov mantg stasca^ai fioi Soxcig. Plat, Pliied, p. 88 D. 
6 loyos oiiTOg laanfQ vTif/ivrias ,u.s &c. 


;ii; i:0'!'Ohj/L(>is 

Kill' i<l'l<>jTIII' '/llduJJtpF. ()lH((07' I' I'-'O 

KVZlOTQUIfill (i. 

we ixifitftipoittva a' aiSola (iti' i-vtia d' ui'aa. J2-' 

!isX«yi>t| Ll 11 (F1 C G63 174 'scl ol (!ii>v St ntla o t ? 
ZSina^unflui ^Lov V mill r ia=;;TO n 1 m Ifiip S2' noyuB S u 
■caiiii, iT'trt OS tlttoQio I tooouroi' iseis fitj jioi kv uaat naliv ] fiijfl 
FKJC ^aiTKi HUUK Tijndf (juftgiopas MenanJ ip \tlieii X[II [ j9 L 
dktj&ivov \ tli, Tctlayos ctvrov Ifi^alfts ya^ lla^aleig gibitov'') nga 
yaaziav \ ov Ai^v%ov oud 'ii.yBtov 

111 Apijanu'] KQijaaiov 1 Tip lui i( oit Cr tp \as u lallv roigli 
an I it rnij ITor 01 [ 2b 2 truitta el melts \ I nda i prolerva ii 
iiiaip (icttc m I poilare ve lu 

!2Q cva^roioDDjTOj' Schol Ca er Miiigr &c ajijilajtjjiin' the jtiss 
«T[3.K«ijtov Heith 'Vaui Ir I q cflq[H(2j; Hesyth orjiiciKijToi' ava 
(icpTijiop iotp ^effj: And the same gr ii imirian explains Jtlaxiifai li 
ap-aQticciq Otliei (.xplinat ons given nre ^nir«i;ij aiil ajiiHioroii EacI 
Ag 34 (f^n:l»Hi]TOs (avc^il 111) li uoXoi a-cgaios Ct on (Ed R 4i2 
Milpei, avaaXanTjTOi Momf id ^ch Ag 336 I lie metre raquiiea aula 
jujfittrn (.B mi the raw ) 1 1 t ch E im 871 Perlnps tlierefure wo shoi Id 
write avanX fKr/iov TiansUte 'va/e from ham 'ichol ^aggst q/ijalv 
la -lijiuvl yc ■frfuii ywp Tii avrov uvaaagzrjtov xal imatov ovza xra 
Xvsi eaio rot AiSoi "q ttvaTiXa-xtitov l,fi biipc a in sec Cf on (E^<1 
K 472) sjruuji) jicpa lO ftij ajiajtlcKEti' orot BtoXfti nvTO" jiij ^tii 
ru);ftv Tou jJttfoi Cumpare with this pisaage S Mitth I^ I\ 6 rots 
dyyiXoiq cwioi iv-CfXEixai Ttegi bod mk S^ci );( praw (ipoiff CS uijjror 
mpOCXOif'ijb JrgOS J.t&oJ' rot jioSh coi 

120 Kitft! B atdu 4 k L T 

121 ^Qvxsi] i^vMt T 

122. mf JTEifif^utpOfiffK o ] coi. ini fiijirpojitva a Viund, {P.umhJ,. 
p. Of.) Hart. 'For which (Mags (conduel) fiading fault vAlh you.' Cf.JIora.Il. a. 66. 
svjeii^g iniixfii^ETCti. |3'. 225. Aj. 180. ftO(»(pai' IjjiB* llipoti Soqos. The 
usual constructiou is iniiiiiiipsaS-ai zi rivi., Horn. Od. XVI. B7. ^ ti xb- 
ctytijiois intii^iiipstci. Herod. IV. 159. I. 75. II. 161. And latii^iiifta9-ai 
Tivi zivoe oecni'H Lnoian. D. Mort. 27, 2. 

f^itftsp.qjofiei'a o' Turn. Ijcineinpojiivae A. B. K. L. Harl. Aid. ejti- 
p,tH<poiiiva a (gl. aot) T. Schol: :iepl mi' jujirpoiitvii coi, on o^ jipoo- 
ijjidviois oSvgi}- &£ol yag crviov amSovaiv. Gl. L: ciri roS eoi. 

ttSiCa the mas. Dind. Schn. Bgk. Nek. alSola Masgr. Wund. (Emend, 
p. 11 f.) Dind. n. «d*tor(!J Herm. Musgrave's conjecture is highly prob- 
able. Translate, 'respeelfiil language.' Cf. ^Esch. Suppl. 195. alSota — fiiij 
' l^voiTS ctp.eC^teff , tag iTir/XtiSas nginn. 456. jioiXaiv axovaov zeeiiftz' 
alSoimv Xoyiov. The first syllable of alSata anwers to a. short one in the 
strophe, liiit Soph, is not so exact in metre as .^sehylus. Qu. aStia (ac. 
iy^)yev ou, laSf S' oUcm. Cf. 373. d Ss ji.ii ^h"' fi^", | ovx ^So^ai, 
TO S ag&ov i^tigrjx' ojkoe. Ant. 3105. fioXig fiE*, nagSiag 3' l^taza- 
jtag \ ro Sffav. Ari»t. Aoh. 501. iyoi SI Xiiio Ssiva (isv, Sixaicc Si. Niih. 
1-162. oif»o( aovjjgd y — ■ Siviaia ds. For riSvi 'acceptable, welcome,' T.iit. 
'grains,' cf. El. 56. tfSfiav ipaztr, 067. loyovs ijSfif. Ant. 12. /iv-d'Oi — 
ov»' ^Svg out' a/.yetvos- (y.'^. S. 1.^7. aSvinlg ipiht. There is some 


fTT^nkr flTfiTO?!,' tfpOI'f luffs' ' '^^■^' 'VJ. W^fir; ««(. ;[((()« 

doubt about till- furiii aUsi'a for tsSsK in n 'I'lagiii WTiter, ivbirii ijiiili!i[i.s 
iiijiy be defended in a eUoral odu. Or; cov £7ctitsiitpofiivH tic {or not) Sst 
VB. t^hv. tvSixa S' olam. Ur rnlher mi/ f'jrifiefiqiofieJ'K (hi', itoiI SfSotxa 
lifv, avtia S' olaa. Whiuli answers bettar in n^specl of metre lo v, sir. 
112. Eeiske eoiy. oii' iainsp,ipott.iva eoi Seiva fiiv agzia f'jicofia con- 
silia') ^' oHjia. HaJt; mv ?ai iitjtipoi/tSi'a a aSiifiar' tvavxCa z olant. 

123. avzia] ^Co'itrar;/ words', or 'urords /« repli/.' Cf. Houi. Od. o'. 
377. tcvtuc SiOTcoiv^i qiaad'ai. I(. a'. 230. oirns aid-ev avxiov etjcji {'contra- 
lUel.'). Msuh. Pers. 707. Sioiiai aiv xa^iacioS-ai , | tf*'ofi«t (cf'pofiat?) 
df' Kri^ft q>fioO'ai, | Is^aq tfuoAsma (p^loioti'. 701, aspofiai (ihv rcgoai- 
Sfad-ai, I oipojiai 6' avxCa ls'%ai | ei9sv KQzatio Jifpt iKp^jt. Ag-. ISl. 
Tor ciiiiiDi' ffs nu-fflS' aitoaxfQyca Xoyov. 

afora] '/ !0i7( bring, say.' <Ed. C. ICG. loyov si' tiv' oieng. 36u. 
420. &u. Schol: avit too lf|o). 

124. aJTOijBSHi] To u«iw awa;/, ejface, lose.' Ant. 330. yav — a-no- 
tf/atTat. Schol; ov-x ajtoxQVWf ou'h anoyvavat, ovk KTio^a^viiv, ouk 
ana^alluv, ovu aitoSotufidt"-^- 

126. Uai'Sa tttV aya^dv] ' TIte hope which is good.' Cf. 667, «ir" 
ilnCSos jial^e. Aj- 606, KaKiii' ilm'S' J'lioi', &c. Find. Isth. 7, Ifi. 
»9^ S' ayai'av khtlS' avSQl y.f.liiv. Arist. PI. 210. ixat %iv' aya^riv 
elniS' l^ mv ctni lioi. Vesp. 30li. Euv, In. Fr. 21. xaviog le nQtiaaova' 
iXniSog xtSv^g Itav. S. Paul. II, Ep. Theas, 2, IG. o— Sous jrw^nKJij- 
eiv altoviav K«i llniSa ttya9ijv. 

126, 'For exemption from pain and grief not even llie son of Satur/i, 
who rules all iMngs, bestows (i. e. can bestow) o« mortals.' Wunder 
conmares Fr. 607. jcki. tovS' ansigyeiv oud' 6 nayKijazTiq e^ivH \ Zeug, 
aXl vicsittit &e. 

avalyrjta] 'A state free from pain.' But Ki>aly^TK ciin only mean 
'iMaga thai do not feel, unfeeling.' Aj. 046- 1333. Should we therefore 
read avilnteta (El, 186. ^to'iog aveliciazog), i, e. 'u s(a(e wilhont hope"! 
Or ai'ijptd'fm? Or rather ai'qKSffia 'aw irremediable, hopeless stale'? Cf. 
Ph. 1S6. av^-nfoza fifet(t»iq(i(«' ?;|;ti)j'. CEd. B, 98, Aj. 52, El. 888. 

127. o Tiavza *Qaivtav^ ''Who rales all things.' Or 'who effects (causes, 
CEd. C. 914.) all things.' KQciCvnv 'to rule' usually governs a gen, Per- 

Tcavra A. B, K, L, Harl. Aid. Ttavrtav T. Turn. 

128, Ine^als T. IS. mi^aXXi A. K. L, Aid. Cf. El. 1216. 'Em^ai.- 
I.HV 'to lag iipoit' (like TtQoe^dlXuv) is more usually said uf nn evil 
than of a good, Eur. Med. 1115. lu'nijr ^■vtjToCai.v i7tt§dXleiv. 

^■vaioig KgoviSag] ^vtitoiet Zivg Suid. v. ajiozQvtiv. 

129. all' in'i jiijfia — nvuXova' ] Some, as Brunei, connect ijil with 
KvxXovai (cf. 135. zm if inigxetai %a£QUv &c.), others with iiaat. Herm; 
'quasi qucedam i/rsaf rolaltones omnibus volvendo alferant jruErorent et goH- 
di«m.' Wunder renders liri ' adversm.' Qu. ttllK-icovoe ts Mori laQU — . 
The sense is: Good and Evil come round in turn to all, just as the Bear 
revolves round and round in unbroken suceeasiou all the jear round. Cf. 
4-10. Eur. foil. 1517. w jiiia^rdovan ;ivQLOve n^rj fiQouiv ] -icil SvGTVX>jSta. 

,Goog J 

38 £0<POKAt:or£ 

TtKOi xvxkiivniv, nioi' (iQXTOv i7TQi'q!C':df'^ Jst'Af ci^o). 1151 

iiivsi yccQ ovt fdola i-!2 

vv'i ^QOxniSiv <wz£ K^pfs i>i"t6 jiAoriog, 


Tiav^ii ttv nsaiai KaXdi \ Tv%ij. Hor. Ot\, 11. 10. 17. 'non, si mule 
mine, et olim \ sic eril.' Sil. Ital. XII. 383. 'Forlima — permiseet trisliu l/i'lis.' 

nrj/ia nal X"^''] wjV"^' ""^ I"0«' ^- P""- 

);Bpa] j;apBi L, pr. jk^k K. zaQav Herm. Hart. Schn. Ntk. Dijul. 
Xapai conj. Bei'gk. The Sdiol. read Z"?^ *nfl jiijftHit. 

130. hukIoucii'] kukIouo' Tricl. Br. 8«h. Tricl: nunlouoi. Muximius 
^mt'eiopTHt. XukXouoip, as Tricl. observes, is tlie more expressive herf, 
because it applies equally to tlie revolutions uf tlic Bear and 6f Time (^ 
xoK^txij Toi) j^ovov at&oq»i), KvkXsIv is often neuter, as 'lo roll^ in 
Englisli, and 'volvere' iu Latin ('Hofeenies tm»i, volvenlin liisira' &,). So 
ft£ta^di,li V ' autare' tihU i" 'o'brare' ezQiips v 'it t re' &e as \p't 
ob&er CK Ct EI 1365 TioXlal xvKlove jni«res If^e i fo" toe 'lop 
Fr 713 aXX o fiog a aotp,og tv n bvo fl'tou | x^o%ra KVKXt t kkI 
fiezalXaaas moa v i. 917 Herod I ^ke o itQOTO fia^t s 
Kvxlog Tiov av^Qomii av lat itQTjy aimv tiiq qifpOfKi-os 6h o it I 
ahl lous « tous evzvxei v PhocyLdes o ^loq Tqaiog aGzazo ol^a 
Anst Probl Se t WII v.a% tccq kkI ipcia nvaXov t va in av^Qtaiz va 

otov «(ii!T0u azQoipaSt Hf If u&o ] L ke Ike evo »ng to e ( evu 
lions) of }e Bea Tr cl loCTie^ a as etijsipoii,sva aQu-co v,al [ ijA 
xoze araa v ^jo a S a to t va Sf jtal avtag Stio Mai icote ft v 
avm Ttozi Se xorcta xaairiv et^sfEe&a ea ua! to {v av^gamo s ^Q J 
liara ra rcre jigos JiaQaSs y/J-a s^TjrpEv The Bea perpetaallj revol 
ves n the Heave s d nal 1 e the rest o the tars ne er d ps 1 c 
Ooe. or sets H m II a 4g f Aqxto 9 ijv xal a/ia^ v iit kX 
a V y-aXiti a V tj r an oo uzqs'pera %a z S,q m Sons s \ o q 6 
ajiiioqos lazi loBzewv Slusavoto. Od. b . 273. Sopli. Fr. 379. apKiou 
ffzQO<fas T£ «al Kvvog jjivxQav Svaiv, Eur. Ion. 1173. Theocr. XXIV. 11. 
Anaer. Od. III. Juven. V. 23. (Musgr.) For oiof Nauck substitutes aliv. 

132. iiivEt yecQ ovt' a/iag avzf [oti?] vv^ ^Qozoiatv conj. Mein. 
aloXa vvk] Cf. on 94. 

133. KtiQig] I. e. avftipoQal, as Hesycliius explains. GI. T: ip^oQai. 
Wunder; 'res adversa:.' (Ed. R. 472. Seipal S' a/i 'inoviai KfjQis avafi- 
jtXaniizot. Horn, II. (t'. 32G. K^^sg lifgBiaeiv ^avazoio | fitipiai. fi'. 113. 
xaxuf K^gaj vnaXv^ai. ep' . 6G5. ouk fciori. ^avazov xal K^gHS dlv^at. 
Od. 4 . 207. aXX' >)Toi lov Ki/gsg ^^av 9avatoiti tpigovetti { els 'AtSao 
Soi^ovs- II. 9' . 628, oag Kij^tg ^oQsovai. p'. 302. KriQSi ^avAzoio. 
Eurl El, 1300. jimg — oi!k ^q-Asaazov K^paj fisla&QOig; The eiprossion 
hero is rather s, strange one. Perhaps ipiyyos, or ?fo!'j3os- 

itlovzoq} I would read vovaoi- 

134. atpae ^i^avt} 'Quickly departs.' The same worils 523. "AipaQ 
occurs only in Choral pieces in Soph. 

135. Pt'^Kxe A, Harl. Aid. ^E/Jjjuf B. K. L. T. Tiiiu, 


ri'.'iKiM-'ii. :!i) 

K kk'i. lit tnv ni/aijOai' iXnifiiv At'j-w 

rixvoiat Zfjv' h^nvkov fXSsv; ho 


TtBnvtiiUvYj fisv, as fitsixiiam, itd^Ei. 

ira S iTtiqxetat — ] 'And In analher tioe» U fall to rejoice and 
(then again) to be deprived of it (of rejoiciiiy).' Wiinder: 'el ad alium ae- 
cedii yaudere privarii/ue.' 'EnfQ%ia9ai nowliere else in Sopli. govems a 
(Ut., but either an aucus. (Ant 153. K!. 1297.), or an nccus. with elg. 
Perhaps io5 9' av ^ejfiat, or tp Se yiyvezat. W;i)iefield conj: nil' 
oqiag | ^e^aiisv e>d' htSQXsrm — . Cf. 115. pdvT iiriovta r'. 

ISR. atigf)i9ai^ Su. lov xaiQSiv. Ueiske n. ms. corrects aTivsa&ai.. 
Cr. jEsch. Sept. 879. atcvonai. Eur. Med. 3i)G. p,tiaotsvoii,ai. But avi- 
viaS-ai nowhere oeuvirs iii Soph. Schol; nrrt tow XmitiaS'iii k«( aitge- 
<i9ai xaQ&s' tCvog Si ariQedd'ai^ SijXovoTt tav jj^^C^i''' 1"''^ piissage 
seems not altogether soniid. Qu. jtovei^a&ai. Or taxfi^v is ««! atigE- 
oS'tti. Or perhaps for ots'gEOfl'ret some verb nctordiug in sense with xaigeiv 
is required. Cf. 129. 3rq(t« Mil jjaga. EI. 265. Xctpstv — ««l to njrcfffl'off. 

137. a] 'Wherefore, heraate of which thiiigi.' I. e. St' a, 'quaproptcr.' 
As eiplitined by Mniige, Heath, Miis^r. nai others. Cf, Oid. E. 1005. .ind 
on (Eli. C. 1291. Wakefield corrects 6, comparing the Latin 'quod,' Hor. 
Bpist. L 7. fin. 'Quod te per genium — obsecro et obiestOT, vitcE me redile 
priori' Cf. Eur. Phrcn. 168. o Kftt SeSoiKa, fuj fit fie. El. 274. Arjst. Ecd. 
333. Iloni. 11. t'. 17C. to kccI y,iaiovac( xtTijita. For tlie plural Vauv. 
refers to Eur. Andr. 601, Phojn. 90fi. Wunder with Bernhiirdy (Synt. p. 
278.) strangely eoimects a with TnSe, as in Enr, Andr, 1115. av — tl« 
ijv anrnvnav ziavSs /iijXixvoQQarfae. Suliol: aTtcp hkI ei Idjio np^FRt 
rpgoveiv kkI xQnezatg slnioi ^oavia^ai. q otitcas* a xal ai ^ovlojiai 
tpgovTi^siv , oil TQdnovrai xal iv Kaxaiv ijil aya9'a la avS^QDiJciva. 

ah tav avrteaav^ Instead ofaf, lo apaffca. Cf.Wimil. ad Ant. 1010(1109,). 

tav A. B. K. L. r^p T. 

iXnlaiv Xiyto taS' aiiv foj;£iji] Qu. iv qiQBolv tsyta (or j;ptMi/) 
tiiS' {or Sstv) aiiv re%stv. Or ilaiSag TQtipHv XQI^tag (or eaS'lag) 
liyai Stiv, Or clniSag liyo> tQirpovoccn laxBlv. Or ItaiS' Ivvs^ta zavS' 
al'ev (or to loiitov) Kexfiv. Or llntSag leyw taaS' aisv ia%HV. Cf. 
Aiif. 897. «aqt' iv llmtetv Tpj'gjo) | <piX/] jiiv ^^ttv, &e. 

kXitCaiv ~ taxfiv] Nene compares (Ed. C. 1(173. jio'flm lB|9mfi. Thiio. 
II. 8. oiiiojs o^yy tlx"* of TclB^ovg tois '.i^ijpaiows. 

Isyco] '/ bid.' Cf. 46«, 480. Aj. 1047. (Ed. C. 840. &e. 

138. tdS'] Seiv Hart. 

139. SjieI tis — eiSe;] Mscii. Cho, 208, Imi tC viv 'i'^ctri Sci>.(i.6viav 
■KvgSi; Ew. Or, 619. Ehea, 204. 

«#e] 'So, to far: 

TiKcotot] ifKi'Otffli' T. Of whom Hercules was one. 

140. a^ovXov\ I. e, mbmo^oitIov. 'Improvident: El. 646. tt^oiflou — 
jiHtpos. Wecklein proposes Kj'i'oifi.oj' , 'durum, inanilem: 

tlSsvk.K. L. olSsv T, olSf B. Cf. on Ariat- Acb. 61.^ 

1-il. los ojittKHCivi till! rass. Apita, Ntk. los ^itsimvcfti Ilerm. oij aaq> 



■ill lO'i'OK.iroi^ 

jitjr' fxjt«ST>is; TTfi^foiriiK , vvv t ftjTfipoi; ft, 

TO ;'«p Wfajoj' f'l' TdiOMiiVp (iotfufrni 

i;fi)po(S, (('' {111 (/'(""X^V '"■''- <"' ftftXjfOs' fl'Kdi' IT) 

f-iHtJcKi il] Wiiml. niii'l. Sijini. Il;!il, l!pk. ';^7rHHBSKi' iiii:a(i.^ •!/, liken'. 
Ye. 162. iTiHY.uitiv .»■ fUK'ifiv 'In cu«>W«it.' Cf. uu 122a (Eil. C. HI. 
162. .^scli. Cho. 11. q Jia-rgt rol.uai ra<T#' insiJirioKe ri');io i xoae (ptgov- 
oasi 9T(i. cos fxiiKaaai nn^q | jtageaTiv. 560. Suppl. 241. Bur. Or. 12'is. 
'Elivrji TO KWKUfl' /aril', fog «;rEiKa((ni (I'c.iil Jn.). Here. 71-'). Joxra 
fi^ji reui^v, (OS &oga^ev d'xaaai. 1078. ras fif* ilxaeat {porb. tos 
fOTfiMBOfli). Xeii. Symji. IV. 2ft. log Iv ^jiiv aiiTot'j fi'e^o&Ki. ."^n rag 

1J2. ^ujioqi^opM J '/*/hc (Hr«// iii my iiiind.' 'H: Mnm '("'H'C "pfffi'- 
eo(i«i. Horn. II. J'. 202. ov d-vfthv KazfSav. 0(1. <('. 716. iiji' S' n^os 

14;[. ftijT sHftafl'oig — ] I. e. owte jisnBiifaeai, fiiji ^xjiii&ots jtk- 
O'otiirn, or otg pvv axsigog si, ouiw fujffi fKfufd'Oig ?r«fl'oSu«. Tlje in- 
vsrsc order, .18 in 132. Borrowed probably from Herod, i. 2il7. jri St 
fiot 7cn9>jjtaTK — fiHfl-^j'ftator yiyovi, Cf. 683. fiijr suftnOoifn , icie ri 
zoljiaeas Qzvym. Ant. 68(1. oui' ai' SwcdfLr/v (uj't' IxiBmiinjr Uyii-v. 
(E(i. C. 421. (Ell. li. 403. Tiaftiai' tyrras wv ac. Eur. Siippl. 590. yvassi 
av naoxojv vvv S' £t' si viarias &c. 

iK(iff&o(s] ^K;i«fl'i;s Harl. 

na&ovaa B. K. L. V. T. jca^fovoa A. Harl. Ven. Aid. 

vvv S' A. E. K. L. vulg. Br. Apitz. Wun^. H«rm, Dinri. Sthii. rin r' 
Harl. Wak. 8ch. Matth. Hart. Nek. Hevw. Elnisl. (ad Meil. 431. (Ed. C. 3B7. 
422.). Dobr. Blomf. Cf. on 334. 683. (Ed. C. 422. Ph. 1363 f. For ff.7jr' - 
vvv ds, and similar instances of anacolntbon, WuniJer refers to 286. 1161 f. 
Aj. 836, El. 1097 f. Xen. Cjr. VI. 2. 4, But all such instances, I tliink, 
ai'e very doubtful. Wakefield conj,; (H]d*ii ita&ois — vvv S' &o. 

144, TO ynp vtu^ov — ] 'For youth.'' So to viov Eur. Andr. 183. 
Ion. 547. 10 pagfiuQOV Hee. 1110. lO Ivyyivsq jEacb. Prom. 39. Scliol: j; 
T«p via iili-ula iv roig romote zr,s ^jieQiiiviag ^ottTtetai. Cf. Aj. 558. 
■ctiag Ss Kovipotg jri'iufufotj' ^ooHou, veav | ipv^/jv azallmv , jujEji t^Se 
XdQiiovnv. (Ed. C. 67S, Horn, Od. e'. 478 f. (compared with t'. 440 f.) 
Eur. Med, 48. via y«g tpQovtis om alyitv ipileL Nsa^tiv is neuter 
(CEd. C. 374. z6 (liv via^tav &e.), as netQiaSeiv Ph. 1184, &o. For the 
mode of life of virgins among the ancient Greeks Miisgrave refers to Fr. 
517, Catull. Epithal 38 f. 

145. j;cBpon«»' nuTou, xa^ viv — vnlg. Sehn. Dind. Nek. i;ioeo[a(r ai- 
TOV V. 1. in sohol. Sehol: id # cutoS iii/Js ijiiXovoi v,al voovaiv nwto&t ' 
friot Sh Saavvovciv, avtl lou savxov, lofg ISioig iavroo tojiois a/it- 
ptWws poaxiTai to vca^ov, nal oitj Kaviiati (p^siQitai ouit vEia 
ovti avi/iiav arpoSQortjii. Imitated by Joann. Diacon. Alleg. in Hesiod. 
Theog, p. 448 G. rpiXSjiv^ov yag ad to tav vimv yivog xal zotg 
Toiovtois ffoimoitsvov jdipois. Linwood translates: in siu:h places of iis 
ouD!.' Which I am surprised should meet with Dindorfs approval. Dindorf 
considers TOioicrd: to be explained by xai viv &c., in the sense of oirov viv &c., 
which the Poet would have written, had the metre allowed of it. The passage 



i.S ijuiioiibledly I'li.ulty, Kuislg' u-my. Z'^QO'S iivacov ■. Hpi'iii; loipoie, Tv' 
ttK-coh, ■-. Hiirt; joijiots avavQOts,' ■ W"hjp"iivp; zmgoiq, iv n^iou %lov- 
viv (^hcIl. Ktim. 187.) "« — 'i "f Zioeo'ffi ^''' "" ^I'Z') "'"' — ■ Bergk 
coiy; #0100(011' (or %«Qa£isiv) avtov. ■ — . Arndt; Utoeois, tv avaivovro^ 
ov — : Whicli eonjeutufc is tacitly ndojited by Wmwler (wliom see Emend, 
p. 17f.). Herwurdeu (ad (Ed. K. 172): iraeots, t'"' ««' ov Siiptov (or 
otK ai^Qiov) flrfi^ioe ^eob. Wecklein: jinsotf, Pv' airo xatov (vitov) — . 
(Ju. jjcoeoig, Fv' ov ifujios (or );Eif«o»i) !■(* — . Of xa^ois, iv Ku^et, ««(' 
I'll' — . Or xmQOi^, tv avro Sufaror ov — kIovciv (xtovitv L. pr.). Or %ti- 
pots, (V" avTo Sfiviiv (uT 9iQfi6v) ov — . Musgrave's iiigeiiions and simple 
tiirrectioii jjiopoie, Ti'' for jjiaeoMTH' seems unquestionably trae. Compare 
with this passage Horn. Od. t'. 478. tovs {^'a/ivovg) fiiv up' ovt ttvifimv 
SiKii jiBvog vygov cisvTtav, [ ooiE not ijeltoe rpaf^wv aviCaiv fBaXXev, 
i out' Sfi^pos jiie«'oeits SiafiTteQss- t'. 440. Od, #'. 606. ov vtipizos, ovt' 
KQ xHiiav TcoXvg, aore not' oit^QOf. Aiitiplion in App. ad Stob. Flor. IV. 
p. Sff. iv Via e(a(taTt orav zig tijv naiStvatv ytwaiav ivagoaij, Sv 
tovro Tta'i 9all£i Sia naviiis tov fiiov, Kitl avTO ovrl ou^gos oSi 
avotipQia aqiaigeitai. jEsch. Cho. 753. to (i^ ipeovovv yag taanioel ^o- 
Tov 1 Tijiffuv avay'xri. Josepb. B. J. II. 8. %mQov out; o/i^QOts ovrs vi- 
rpezoie, ovT:e «avfiaai ^agvvoitfvov. Tbe figure is drawn from tender 

avtov A. B. K. T. nurou (fiic) L. avtov Aid. Turn. marg. Br. &c, 
Uoth readings are known to the Schol. 

&d},Tcas] 'T/ie scorcking heat.' M%eii. Sept. 446. iiiarifi^gtrotai 9dX~ 
irsetv TOis jjli'ou. Eur. Cyel. 5*2. «-«lmog filiov. Arist. Av. 1091. ov3' 
av 9sgp,rt nviyove fiiiag \ axtls ■ctjlavyiig Qal-itsi. 1096. ttj;sias I 9al- 
niai itfojjfi^^tvoig -^Xtoiiavfig ^oa. CEd. C. 350. noXXotai S oii^goig 
)]J,t'ou IS vuvfittsiv I fiox^ovaa. (Ed. E. 1428. 

&eov'] 'Of Che jveather.' CEd. C. 1504. Phil. 464. Arist. Vesp. 260. 
vSm^ Hvay-naCmg i'jei loj' ifthv itoiTjaai. Xen. Cyneg. VIII. 1. oiav viipTj 
6 Q'fog. The tragedians occasionally use Ssog also of the sun, generally 
without the article. V. Great. 1023. Suppl. 208. Med, 353. Monk ad 
Ale 738. 

146. Before oiSev there is an erasion of three letters in L. Heimsoeth 
corrects iiivog, perhaps rigthly. Cf. Od. s. 478. aviii-av — (tfvog. 

Klovdf] v.loviiv {v erased) L. Cf. (Ed. C. 1241. 1241. Find. P. IX. 
49. ^iJtBts avEiicov 'xloveovtai.^Hom. Od. J'. 43. ovc' dv^fioiai tivdasEtai 
(Olympus) ovtt noz op,pga. 

147. nSovalg'] Qu. riSieig. 

I^mpft] Qu. Hxdvii, or l^avzXei. (Eur. Cresph, Fr. 7, 3. top av- 
tov f^vzlniav ^lov. Cyel. 10. hfivav jisi^ov ikavzX^ novov. 110. 
281. Med. 79. Hipp. 898. avzXno^i- $£ov.) Or aei tv_; Or tvgimu (284. cjij- 
lov ivgoaaa, p^ov), Schol: zcii's ^Sovuig fig vil>og tv&vjiiag atqtzat. 
Bind, explains Sfioj^&oii i^aiqu ^Cov as equivalent to h ^ia biiox^b) 
i^aiggt savzo, 'ioUil se, adolescil, procrescil,' the opposite of avaiviiv 
Pi'ov El. 819. A similar passage Aj. 554. 

148. livzl TcaQQivov yui/jj] rvvi) i.s sometimes used in a restricted sense 

,Googl ; 

Mj!CTttdas3stBMafc-^ r;;^^a^HBaBa::75^^'^j^^^S5ag^E^>sa^si-ifcBL:?i: 


^TOi ^Qog Ki/dpos 5 ^f'uvav ipo^av^n'}]. I&O 

tor', KV ttj eiGiSotrn, rijv rcvzov axojtav 

XQK^iv, XKXotaiv oig iyd ^fiQvvoiica. 

MHiJ^tj ftlv ow Slj 3ro'AA' eyay' ixXfivudiiijv' 

¥v d\ oiov ovita %Qna^ev^ avzix^ s^tQ^. 

oSov yccQ ijfios T-^v TsXEVTaiuv avfi^ 155 

of a married woman. Tlieocr. XXVII. 64. jtK^fVos iv9a ^e^aaa- yi-vi 
S fig oixov rtippQipm. \ Aa<f). uXXa yvva fiarjjp, xatinv TQoqiog, ovxttt 
niajK. Below 53l>. Jftcobs nd Acliill. Tat. Vlll. 7. 

l-iO, iv vvKt^ Miiagrave connects this closely in point of sense witli 
rpQovzCSfav fit foc, understanding it of noGturunl thoughts and cures. No one, 
he obierves, is altogether free from care; but only the wretched are deprived 
tlieroby of their nocturnal repose. Cf. 29. 175, Arist. Eq. 1290. ^ Ttolla- 
ms ii>vv%(atai I <fqovz£ai avyyffivjifiai. Wiinder and Dindorf understand 
it witli more probability of the ilist night of married life. Dindorf tltinks 
the omission of (ii^ or ^pwi^ escusable, since the preceding words ems t'S 
— mIijS^ sufficiently explain the meaning, Cf. Fr. 517, H. ant lait', 
InfiSiiv evip^ovij fju|ij fi^a, | XV'^* i^'^'^^t^ "o^' SoKtiv itaXaie Ixstv. 
Horn. Od. a'. 271, diJ| S' ?atiii, ozi Si] acvytQOi yafioj icv-riPoXijasi [ 
ouiouiVijs ifiiSfv, Antipho Stob, 68. 37. yw/woi' Hal yvvaixos ctciS'v- 
^Tjaatta. aZt>i rj fut^Qa, avtrj ^ vv^ xaivov Saifiovog agiH- iidyKs yag 
aymv ynfios av&gBKito (quoted apparently from memory). Eur. Tro. 204. 
I] X^HT^ois ^lad'iCe EXXavaiv' | ?egoi vv^ ctvtci val Sat^tov &c. But tlie 
passage seems not altogether sound. Erf: fitie i' h puKti ifQovxlStav 
(ij'eoe I in^j) TCQOt vvSghs — . Qu. Xa^ti i' sV vvktI <fQovTiSag (mq^gov- 
lid' Iv) liia. Or fitji t' iv vvxil tpQovzlSai Xa^ri (cf. Fr. &17. InnSav 
svipguvri Jtulj) fttV). Or i«^u r gv&vs xi. ipQOVTtSmv [legos. 

150. npos avSgos] 'lit respeei of, on aecoant of, her huglitmd.' Tlio 
Bcho!. esplains «gos by uicsp. Cf. El. 78i. aTniXXaytiv rpo^ov { Jtpog 
rrjuS' — . We have qto^sta^at Tigos ti 1211. This verse is bracketed, as 
an interpolation, by Dind. Wnnd. Weckl. The allusion to children in the 
case of a woman who is only just married appears to Diiid. unseasonable. 

161. rdi'] z6S' A. 

avT0i> A. vulg. a^ioS li. K. L. T. Gl. T: (tvtqq. The mase. is uKcd, 
because the remark is one of general application. Cf. El. 770. SeivoP to 
lixTtiv iatCv ouSi yep KOKus 1 itaB%ovti juaog tor titi?/ uigoayi- 

162. Jijalii'] 'Fortune, condiUon.^ Cf. 294, avS^og fvrvxtl 1 xlvovca 
ngaitv zijvSl. 879. 

KOTiotaiv ofg] By attraction for xtoia olg, as in El. 653. ri-Kvav Seav 
Efioi I S-oavoia ji^ Tc^oaiOtiv, Schneid, compares 11. e . 192. aXlov ov 
tev oiSa Tov av (iv7) vXvta zsviea 6vio. Qu. KCKofj ofois (oaoig), 

153. 7ca9ij] 'Troaliles.' Deianira speaks of lier own, nut of those 
of Hercules. Cf. 28 f. 176 f. For i-KXavmijiijv qu. -^vsynajiriv. 
#ti 7i6Xl"\ I. e. TtolXa Si} , 'm«?(fl suae.' 
165, oS'ov — up^nr"] Cf. Aj. 287. i^oSovg tQiniv xivcig. 

,y Google 


aQfiKz' an oixtav 'H^kkX^s, tot' eV dnfiois 
ItiTCii. nnlaiiiv Silxav iyyEy^afifiiviiv 
^vvd'^lLfcd-' , Kaol %q6<S&ev ovx hltj sozs, 
JtoXXovg nyavag i^iav, ovxm <ppa0ai, 

vvv S' cig It' ovx av ilas (ibv Xix^vg o xt 

1 (■ a^iiax A R K L oQiiat T 

TOT I rod Hi I Q Tiji/d 

157 nrtla rtv d Izov ~\ 4 o ci I b n pj jlet 

uut neil tie s bata cc ot in ora le vl h h il bee forn rly g vcn 
to Here ies See Wn A Introl IV ^ 47 Below tl s o a Ic s called 
Ma iiK 1165 To reton le the 1 sorepa cy D bree jropos & t e-^jl n this 
p r f? ; M ic I (as r«s jcaZn qinrou it^ovo fti 8 1 b t he coii- 
b 1o B 1165 to be S| r ous 1! t t s cle^ from what follows that t is 
a testi nentnry 1o nmeu o w tl that t eant though nllusion s made 
n to the sa d oridc (171) h el n la t 1 ii1 been tl e ca se of the will 
be ng n le Perhaps icala av n faulty nni Te sho Ud re d tala vi], 
or ip Xaaet v Re site n s proj oses laXu vav 

{jj£yQafiii,nir]v ^iv&rifta& ^ 1 e o ta anff OTOtige ents Matth. 
^449 Br nek tea Plat I e^ IX p 8o4 D lav jihv ij Sovlog )j 
£mos h Tm xQoeio-mai *a xa s %fQilX yQaeptls tijv avfi^oQav xrel p,aari- 
ya&t s — Add Schol Ar at PI 277 « van ov ?%wv in yeyQUftntvov to 
ovoaa ffurou S milarly Aj 1173 ^£01- i^tiuijiievos Ar at i,ccl 494. 
ntayo v«^ s^ij^xijfi^tvas Xen Cyt VI 3 "4 irpopspiijUEVo — to s &10- 
panoipo^ovs. Lur. Ipli. A. ,15. Phceii, 583. Virg. Lcl. III. 1116. tmcri- 
pli nomina reguia flares.' Hor. Ep. T, 1. 56. 'laevu suspensi localos laba- 
Imnqiie laverto.' 

158. Iim^ijfia&'l 'Stipiilalions, arraageiitenls , proBtsionn,' Wuncler ex- 
plaina it of tachygraphic notes or symbols. 

afiot] autoi L. ct jioi Aid. Turn. a. 'fxal Heatli. Vnuv, 

159. noXXovg aySivag i^idv'] The Greeks said iSov l^ievat iuir! tbe 
like (tf. 155. Thuc. I. 3. zaoryjv t^v axgatdav ^vvi/l^ov. 15. intfjj- 
(lovs etQaxsiaq om« l^risaav), but bardly aymva ^^livat. Qu. nolX' 
{'often') eiq ayiivaf S^taiv (as le SjitlXav i^iivai, i^Ef%ta9ai in Euripides). 
Or aolXovs Itc a^Xovf (gl. ayiovas) i^iaiv. Or no!.Xmv dyiaviov Flirav 
vJtiQ (ounoj L.), tpQuam. 

ovKo>1 Qvnia L, ovTtai is addeil after ovv. — jidie, because of the 
intervening clause. But oSirio, after jiocJ, hardly .ippears right. 

ICO. trpjTE] 'He used to set off.' 

il^ns, Kou — ] I think, Efpjifi', ou A'aroiifiEvos would be more em- 

161. lus ^x ovu av] I. e. tos oujt f'u ai/. Cf. Phil. 1217. h' ovSsv 
Bt^i. (Ed. K. 24. ^i' OKI ofa rs. (Ed. C. 280. Apoll. Rh. II. 28. xi>v 
liiv tz' ou'x dXsyti. 

IfZims — tiT^aiv] 'For a riiarriage-ponion or tetttemenl.' Musgr: 
'lit bonum dolale,' Apitz explains: 'guid im ut conjiigem accipere oporteret.' 
Schol: vvv 3c ras TtTf'V'tj^6ji,evos ivBxiiXaxo /loi Tva n^ovotav aiiou av- 
(Tpos tjiavzij noiifaaiiiai. — 'El(yir irpocijHf tr ijit Xa^ftv i^» TXQoina, 


1 1 iYi'j'OA ii'xnx 

Hffi i« diJen, a vnlQ too Itxoos tKtijoiJfii;!'. On thtise inuriiagc; |"ir 
tiuus, fiettleiueiitj, or preHunts aee Spanheiii, nil Cnllim. H. Uiitn. 74. Wi' 
may understand tos- Ct'. Arist. Av. 1665. ti li', ijv 6 naT/JQ f'fioi tfid'oi 
t« Jeijfiarn | fofref" fa* bastard's portion') a-no&vrjnvKav; Nub. 178. I'r. 
488. Musgrave I'efers to Dein. 1166. Harp. v. anoziy.ritiii. 

oil viilg. Schol. ti Mu3g-r. Vauv. Apitz. Wund. Dind. Scliu. Hart. Bg);. 

1(12, 166. x^si' ij tlie mss. ipst'i) Dawes M. C. p. 333. Br, &c. 

162. Mi^ffiiil '.-is (fo'') 't possesiion.' Qu. Hl^gow, ov Zq^ip '11 

163. Siaiefrov A. B, K. L. T. viilg. NuMok. Stai^etiiv Hart, K. Diiiil. 
Wund. Hart. SiatQtxov Br, Herin. ^Divided, distributed, apportioned.' 

vsfiot B. K. L, M, T. V. Turn, ftivuv A. Hav]. Yen. AW. 

164 {. Construe Tiqora^ag as, Tjvita ajie^i] ^agae fis^<ag rp^'juivoi' mk- 
viavatov ipopoji, rot' — . 'ffaaing previottsly appointed that when he should 
have been absent after his departure fi-om his counirj/ {yiOsA: ^ post discessum 
suum abessei') for a period of a year and three months, then Sec.' Or 
thus with Wundor; JtQoxdla^ %gavov, w; ^vixu aniiii §t§^g Z^Qas (jlpo 
vov) &c. 

164. tag] 'Thai', to be counected with tots leei'ij &c. Dind, does 
not take (»s for a final particle, but connects it with tQijirivov, i. e. 
'about if-c' I think, wronglj-, Cf, (Ed. E. 791. xsovfiiv)) }.iyav ] <as (njipi. 
[t'ev XQiii] ne ntx^^^'"'' Herwerden proposes to read fiot for me. 

tpinijtov ^ Kavtaiiatog the mss. edd. vett, Herm, Sehn. Bgk, letfii;- 
poi' — xavtavaiov Musgr. Br. Wuud. Dind, TQifUji'og^Kciviavoi.os^yak. Erf- 
8cb. Hart. Nauck. Burges on Phil. 769. Weckl. Probably xaviav- 
oiog wm corrected by some grammarian to agree with pi^ais. Cf. 647, 
dvOKKiSsKaiiijvor K/ifi-fvovaai xQOvov. Ph. 716. Siiictrj ;(poi'oi'. Eur, Hel. 
781. xifovov iviavaior. Hipp. 37. iviavaiav alvlaag ipvyijv. Dindorf com- 
pares Joseph in Vit c 67 ^fisQoiv efitoat jgovoi/ jipottBliio toi's ^ovlto 
eaa^ai &elotm tisqI zwi/ ravrotg aijiifiiQo%tiav With letjoiKoi —-na 
vtauciov Wunder b da ixs tepeat jpovoi 

ijWM av the mHB vulg Br fJerm Schn Hart i^viKa Dawe'i 1 l 
Elmsl (Quart Rev XH 4jo) D bi Dind Nauck Cf on (Ed B i^S 
jjwx av ajitti} utuld be a soiceci^m Hercules on tiking hs depart ire 
fiom Deianira had calmtated that there lemainei but hfteen months t 
complete the term of twelve years cf servitude whioh the or le hid pit, 
dieted he fehoull undergo The Choras roeati n loo?i;h 1 jeir v 836 
Thia time hid alrt^j elap-ted is Deiauiia herself tells us \ 4o Thtt 
Hercules hid been absent alreidi m re thin leii is e ident fro n wh^t 
Lichas says v 248 that he 1 ai termed Omphaie loj' nliiotoi j;poroi for 
He (erm of a jear 

165 cjritj] B K Diwes Musgr Br Ert aar, 
L anijti M T ttjuij A Aid Qi itopas 'a 
top adiioiiov I xsoiov pe^raj >)v li.c Or iji/ix 

(sipr SI 17 

a m 

pi ) 

1 - 0^?o^. 


1 itoecs a 


1 - 


jj ztmS' vasQS^aftovTa zov xqovov ttXog 
TO Xotzov i^dri ^^v aXvX'^TM fiia. 

rav 'llQaxXsCeiv sxnXsvTKC&ai, itovmv, 
wg ti(v %(ilm<iv <prjybv avSriCai itoze 

Aftor Kifvtavaiav tliere is nn eraaion of four letters in L, 
160 — 1G3. These three lines are condemned by Dobree, Wunder, Dind. 
and Nauck, not merely on account of their insipidity, but because tliey 
are out of place here, where Deiauira unticipates the worst; and more- 
over the Chorua appears not to have heard them {823 — 42.)- 

16fi. XQfii]^ ZQf'^ *? the mss. Cf. (Ed. R. 791. TiQOvipuvii Xiyav | ros 
jiijTet fit* XQtiii HBftiz^^vai, 

taSe r(5 ^govip] ^At the expiralioa of £ /lis lime.' 
1G7. t) zovs — ] 'Oc having passed the term of this period.' 
tov&' the mss. vulg, tovS' Wund. A very probftbie correction. 
iTtfASgaftOfT the mss. vulg. iinipSpofjio^T is the prohable correction 
of Barges on Phil. 769. The same had occurred to myself. Compare 
vTceqTtlris 36. vTtiytSQafi.ti:v means 'to escape from,'' Aut. 1086. Eur. 
Andr. 416. §!■ 6' vnexS^a/i'^e itOQov. 

Xqovov -rilof] A redundant expression, such as &ttvdioio Tslog in 
II. y'. 308. oSov tilog (Ed. C. 1400. 

168. to loiicbv ^3fj — ] Cf 81. idi' (al. ro) lomov ^dij |3i'oio* li- 
uCtov h^Lv. 

i^v alvjcijia fiitp] Qu. J^v aiitJtjjTov ^iov. Btit cf. El. 650. gracav 
a^laBtl ^Cm. So voasiv r6aov (Phil. 173.), but voaiiv voap (Tr. 544.). 
For aiiSnijTOs 'not gioing pain, painless' cf. (Ed. C. 1CG2. PoUus III. 98. 
Jlkavtav Si Kttl alv7it]T0s fyij, taajifQ xai ibqioiilijs alv^ijTOV. Cf. 
on (Ed. R. 969. So anoar/zov (for avoeov) I>. 838. 

169—170. Bracketed by Bergk. Heiw. Wunder condemns 169—171. 

169. loiaiii iipQa^f] I. e. Hercules, rather than the tablet (as the 
Schol. understands it J. Cf. 161. 162. 164. 172. 'Sueh things (things to thlt 
effect) he intimated were decreed by the gods to be accomplished respecting 
the labours of Hercules.' Or: ' — respecting the labours of Hercules that 
they should be accomplished ' So Vanv : ' Taliu dicebat a dlis deereta esse de 
Herculis laboribics finiendis.' Schol: ^ diltos loiaora sXsys naga &taiv 
stfias^ai , aOTt rovimv ^'BiEptM' wuira tsloj laeed-ai leiv Tiovaiv. 

170. lav ' Hgcotlflav — ] Schol: xmv mvtov Ttovmv zo xilof koXv 
3i to ToioSio ftSog xaga notijToifs. For the gen. v. Matth. g. 374. a. 
Cf. on (Ed. C. 355. a {jiavtfta) toiS' izg^e^ri adjtazog. 436. El, 317. 
Bnt hriXevtae&m is probably faulty. Hartung gives [from Schol.) tat 
'HgaxXtimv Satsgov tilog Tcovmv. Qu. tSiv 'Hgaiiliiav Jispl tsXivza- 
o9ai (or ttlse^TJvai) novav. The line is bracketed as spurious by Wun- 
der fv. Kmend. p. 183 f.) and Dind. It is perhaps made up from 1170 — 1. 

17i. log trjv TiaXaiav tpi^yov aiSijocii jtotE] Cf 1168. tijg — xoXv- 
yXmaoov Epilog. Heaiod. ap. Schol. ad 1167. X^ijazijgiov — zi/itov av~ 
&t/ioitois, vatov 3' iv utv&jiivi tpijyov. Hcsiod. ap. Strah. VII. p. 327- 
JmdwJ'ijJ' qi'qyov ii IlsXtioyap 16'Qavov ij^et. Horn. 11. « , 233. Zsv 


4(3 i:o(i>OKyiEor'2: 

•zov vvv TtccQovtog, cig tslta&ijvKt XQidv. 

SiPB zlioSatvaiE, UeXuayinf, tijXo&i vaiwv, | JaSdviji jLsSmv SvexH- 
fifgov eiiiipl Si ZiXSol I O'A vaiova wTtoqiqint avimonoSEg X"!*"^^^""'- 
{Where v. Schol. iind Euat.) Od. 4'. 327. ^sch. Prom. 830. i^r al^tv- 
venov t ajiqi!. ^mSmvtiv, Zva \ tiavceia S-ainog t' ieil Qsctcqiozov zJtos, | 
liQUg t' uTiiacov, at agoa^jogoi Sgveg &c Herod. II. 53—7. (Wlo how- 
ever makes no mentioD of speaking: oaks or beeches.) Arist, Meteor. I. 
14. Hesjch. v.'^lloi. Seneca Here. (Et. 1473. 'Quercus fattdica.' 

172. JiaS5ivi~\ See Wund. Introd. IV. §. 4. The dative, as in Fr. 
401. 4mSmvi valmv Zsuj ofiimiot ^^otoit- Eur. Phten. 617. Mvn'qvaii, 
fi^ 'v&aS', avmiaXu freou's. Eustathius (on II. p'. 286.) notices the 
form AaSav for .dcn^ciivT) , with which he compares 'E^ftitov for ''Eqji.iovi}. 

Stoamv ix TtEXiidStav] On this story see Schol. and Herod, II. 55 f. 
Hesjch: niXeiai, ai Iv daSaivi} ^eaal^ovacii /lavxeis- C'f' ^i'- ^1- ^"S 
9E<MicoSove tegias iimSoivCSai. Homer nientiona only the oak, Od. |'. 
327. xov S' ig ^mSiavriv ipdzo ^-^(livai., oypc d'iofo | i» Sqvoi viptvo- 
(loto dtog povXrjv l^uKOiitrif. The line ia perhaps an interpolation. 

Siaeav} tQioawv conj. Bergk. 

173 — 4. Translate: 'And the Irulk (exact accomplishment) of Ikese things 
falls in with (coincides wilkj the present time.' Such appears to be the 
sense of this obscurely woi'ded passage. 

Schol: mk!. zu)v ilgrjitiviav vno 'HgaxXiovg aX^^tia (^ aX.f) vvi' 
aito^airti iv ta nagovtt j^govai, aais oxottgov (add oup?) jigax^'I'"'^- 
Cf. (Ed. R. 75. nai (i juiag ijdi) lnftfiEieouftEvoi' Jiporoi | XvjisC it jicku- 
mi. 963- 

173. iiaii.tgzii(i\ I. e. aAij&sia, axgi^tirt, 'the exact fidfUment.' He- 
syeh: va^igzua. aX^9fia. Id; rBjifeWff, aXrj&rj. The Doric form of 
this word, as nvvnyos and A&ava, appears to be always used by Attic 
writers. Blomfield (ad Pers. 267) prefers vr)jiSQxiig, vriftigxHa, as tij- 
jiowog, yjivtfios &c. 

Qvy.^alvu X90VOV ^] 'Falls in with, agrees arith.' Cf. .^Ech. Clio. 
1012. qiovov Si mijkIj Ih* jgoi'oi |u(ip«21eEo:t. Enr. Med. 288. ouji- 
PalXsiat df ^oXXit tovSs Ssinatog. Or evii^aivti may perhaps mean 
•happens, comes off.' Cf. El. 262. Below 1174. tkW oui' inuSfi Xa/iitga 
aviiPaivti. 1164. And %(fovov zov vvv Tiagovzog may be the genitive of 
time, as i-omios xiidSf Aj. 31. kUjjs ^jie^hs El. 698. For the gen. 
Xgovov Wonder refers to Mattli. §. 377, 2. After avfi^aivet Schneid. pro- 
poses to mark a comma. For avu^aCvei perhaps evft^iilXei. 

Xgovoo xov vvv «aQovtoq\ Cf. 1169. X9°^'? ^V J^''^^' ""l jzagovxi 
vvv. El. 1293. ira nagopii vvv zeo*?' '^<l* C 580. );co''(i) fiaitotg av, 
OTJjl TM Ttapovw »coiJ (*i*?). 

175. ran©' ^5£fi>s— ] iSct' siJa-j'tos — Herw. A. C. p. 21. i. e. 'uic con- 
aopilam,' coll. Aj. 762. Cf. Ph. 769. skijIov tvSiiv. Also Mosch. Id. II. 16. 
^ S' djzi lihv atgtaziov Xex^'"* ^OQt Siiiiuivovaa, \ TtaXXojievrj vgaSiijv. 
Enr. Or. 45. aoxi 3s SefLvlmv ano \ nrfSa Sgoiimioi. Virg-. Mn. III. I72. 
' Talibus alloiiilus visis ac voce dcoriim \ corripiu e Siratis rurpus.' 


Tl'JXlNIAl. 47 


sv<pt](iittv vvv Sox' ' fWEi XKxaGTSipr) 

170. EKjtijSuw-qjo'poi— rnePoSofv] Cf. CEd. C. 1624 — 5. acxt nci- 
ras OQ^Caq \ Ct^Cki 90^01 Sflcavxai l^aiifVtjs z^Cxag. Pli, 225. «ai /ijj 
(t' oKvca I ScCaav-csg sKnla^nt' anriy^i-e>ii,ivov. Eur. Here. 971. 01 Si 
TUQ^ovvtsq gid^^ ] mgovov «Uo6 aX^oee. Iph. A. 1536. tapPoica tIiJ- 
(HiiF iiaKJiJjiIijj'ji^i'JI qid^m I fi^ — . PhcEn. 361. irfppos Is 9:0^01; t' 
BqiiKOfUji'. ^sch. 8ept. 325. Taq^oevino qio^oi. Phil. 1251. tov gov ov 
rae^tti ifio^ov. Similarlj' Tr. 755. or viv ta jiqSit itaetSov aafisvog 
■KO&a. Cf. on (Efl. C. 1625. 

(po^ro] 'for fear.' The dative of cause, to be connected with i-xniiSciv. 
Wnnfler and others wrongly connect qio'^ra za^^oheav, 'melu irepidanlem.' 

zag^ovaav jf fis XQV /livsiv] 'Dreading that I should have to remain ^c' 
So 666. wfriififS S' ei ipafijoo/int &c. Aj. 510. oPkthqs — xatSa z'ov 
aov, il — aov Sioiaiiai jiovog. Eur. Med. 187. wrap ip6§eg it mlaia 
Siaitoivav Ifitav. 9S1. ttsiiX^i fi' oImtos si ysvqasrm TaSt. Suppl. 70. 
Sniiaivovaa ipiXovs —- ei" t<S ^otI K!jSfu<ov. 717. sfp^giopd)' fi' 1%H 
ragpos — orpiXos ti" rt fioi. Her. 786. qiopog Yccq tC (lot Etoctv <«!s lyiJ 
*^ioi. Or. 1216. ipulacoE S' ^v iij — fA^foc Ig ofjtotis qj&^. Yir^. .^d. 
IV. 110. 'Serf falis inceria feror si lupiCer unam \ esse velil ' Ti/riis urbem.' 
See Elmsl. ad Med. 181. 

Iiivtiv^ Schol; avzl zov J^f. 

177. a^iaiov} ^The bravest.' Eur. Here. 183. Igoh xiv av8^ sQietov 
iyKgiviiai' (read av Kg.) av. Arist. Nub. 1051. iyca fiiv oaSiv 'H^a- 
nXiovg PiXziov' avSga KQlvm. 

178- tviprjfi,lav vvv Tc];'] Schol: fvepjuta tfiavu. Mungr: '6«ne omi- 
nala toquere.' Cf. Aj. 362. 591. El. 630. 1211. eviprjiLa tp6nei. Mavh. 
Cho. 581. vfitv 8' lnatvSi yXSmaav eS^pijuoi' ipiqsiv, \ eiyav ft' ojiou 
8i£ «cl Xeyitv za xaigia. Ag, 1247. 'jyuftifivovoq of 9'>ift' fjioipsa^-ai 
liOQov. ] Xo. siiqsijfioi' , 01 tdXtfiva, -Aolaitaov uidfior. Eur. Hipp. 724. 
Xo. ivipjifioq fcfri. Ion. 98, cidfio; t' euqujfto* ^eotiettt' ayafl'oi'. Iph. 
A. 1564. fojyjjfK'av avtint hkI (Tiy^i' crpKiKi. Arist, Eq. 1313. Eii'quj- 
fiEfv z(>i; xal OTOfio: xAEf^fiv. Theem. 39, tvrpt^^og nag lazm Xaog azofia 
VtiyKltiaag, Ach, 236. evqitjutizs, ctya nag. Evq/imeiv means properly 
and ^nerally 'lo speak words of good omen,' bnt sometimes also indirectly 
'tobesilenl' (rather than utter words of ill omen). Sometimes Evgni^frv and 
eiyitv are fonnd combined (e. g. in Enr. Iph. A. 1564. sv'pr]iilav avstjiE 
«al eiyiiv azQatm. Arist. Eq. 1313. Th, 39.), trom whence it is reason- 
able to infer that the two words do not mean precisely the same thing. 
Blomlield therefore (Gl. Ag. 1213.) is wrong in holding that eiStpjjjiEti' 
means simply and invariably 'silere,' and evipijii{a 'sHentium.' For the 
above remarks I am mostly indebted to Wunder. Cf. on CEd. C. 132. 

viv A. B. L. T. fiW K, Perhaps vvv. 

xazaaterp^] ' Crowned with a gar/and,' as those were accustomed to be, 
who were the bearer of good news, Enr. Suppl. 258. yXavKiiv Jjioijii <pvl- 
idSog Kazaaz£q)ii. Cf. on CEd. E. 82. aXi, , eiKasai. /iiv, T/Sng' ov yag 
(iv jiaiia \ ■aol.vazKfijjs loS ftqTie ■nayx.tiQnov Saipvijg. ^sch. Ag. 476, 


4S xo'i'Oh y! Eo >:i: 


OX.VQV GE IvGa' Tov y&Q 'j4Ax(tiji'?;t; toxoc 
xal t^vt' iitiara xai. xQKZOVVTa xdx [iiixtJS 
ayovz a7ta(i%as Q'lotBi To^g iyimQVOi^s. 


riv BtJiKj,", B yepKi/, Tovds [toi Xoyov; 


Ttt% is Sofiovg 0OVS fov ^oXvt,i]Xov itoGiv 185 

ri%Biv, (pavivra Gvv x^dxsi wxij^po'poj, 

xi^Qvx' Hit' axt^i tovd' OQW MttTcoitfOj' I xlaSois llaiag. Eur, Phten. 
870 r. Arist. PI. 765 (Knst.). 

179. jrpos icpKii ioytov] 'To announce some welcome newn, with wel- 
come news' Schol; npos ^Sovilv, jcpos ici^tv. anayyiXovvza Xofov iiSo- 
vi\v StSovta. ix tou aretpdvov Ss etoxd^tzai on jisllsi j^gijOTor anay- 
ykXXitv. Wunder: 'itt adferat voluptalem lermonis.' Benedict; 'ad latlitiain 
didis auis excilnndam.' Mua^rave: 'pric fiptiiia nuncH, l/elUia nuncii,' (as 
jrpog ogyijj", ip9ovov &c.) Ifmnofc reads Ttgos japt* (i.e. tvena) layatv, 
'to annoanee some news.' 8o Ant. 908. T^vog vojiov Sij itfiJTor ngoe j^apip 
Xiym; Apitz connects itpos jtajB* Xoyiov, not with eztixovza, but with 
Kutiretiif^. Cf. CEd. R. 1152. ^qos i;(feu' fihv ovx t^fts &«• Kl. 931. 
Ti *' ^ffitJ'; ou ffpoe ^*op^»' If'yo) rwds; Eur. Med. 773. #iior d* (117 
jTpos jjdor^i' ioyoue. Ant. 30. olavotg — ilaoQiiiboi wpog jicgiB (pert. 
Xagav) Poj«s- Arist. PI. 637. liytig p.oi xagav. Enr. Ipli. T. 641. Ion. 
751. Hesiod. Op, 709. /ijjSi ipevSseS-ai yldearjs lapi.i'. jEac.Ii, Cho. 260. 
ylaaatis Z'^P"' ^^ ^<'- Prom. 29i. la^cioy^otaofrv. 

jBpwji] l'<0''' !"■ l^r. (from conj.) Erf. Hart. The Schol. explains 
OTgos i;«(i«i' by 31(10 s ^dot'^i', jrgDS HHptr; and contrariwise Hesychius 
%aQiq by i^ga. Perhaps therefore jiagorj' ia a g^loss on jcgtv. 

130. jrprarog tsyysXrov] Cf. 185 f Arist. Eq, 642. rvayyeliaaa&ai 
wpeoros "ftt* pou'lojiori. Menand. Nnuel, Fr. 1. as is itiflov \ tirv vtov 
evvoxovv^a — itQwxog Xiyto eoi. 

181. oKvov ae Ivea} <Ed. E. 1002 f. Heralda usually begiin tlieif 
addreeses, if possible, with some good news. Cf. 229 f. Aj. 719 t. Eur. 
EI. 230. t^- jiemta yaQ eoi zaya^' ayysXlnv &iXm. 

182. ImVT intfftmj Aj. 1080. etazTjQiav ^j;avta tovS' inCaxaao. Epist. 
Hebr. XIII. 23. yt^racixftf ro* aSiXepov Tt/ioS-fov djioXslviiirov. 

iTilexai] The same form occurs CEd. E. 658. Phil. 1325. El. 61C. 
186. xov] Qu. 001.. 

186. Tj^uv depends on iljiov to be understood from 183. Valck. ,id 
Phcen. 394. 

avv KjiKifi vi-nijipogm] 'With the glory of victory .' El. 83. r«ur« yiiQ 




xal zov T,66' aOrav rj i,iV(OV ^a%av liyeiq; 


ACxKS o x^pv§ tttvra' rov 6' iym xXvav 
KJrjjl', ojcag tot agatog dyytiXag tdSs 
Bpds Oov zt HSffSavaifu nal XT^fitjv xaqiv. 


', El'jTfp BVZVX^l'-, 

avTog dE nag 

fps^£i\vCiitiv t' Itf r^ttSv v.a\ MpteTOe x5>v S^ia^ivsuv. Below 497. c^ivoq 
— vixas. (Ed. C. 10S9. G»ivH '-jcivmEcip. 

187. «al ToiiTO S' ItovtoS' L. aec.) the insB. r^aC loji rod' Cant. kiyI 
loS to*' Br. Cf. EI. 975. (Ed. R, 817. 

zov — fiH&oip] 'Having learnt front tehem?' Cf. 405. 
liveis] Perhaps £X"g. Cf. 318. 

188. ^ouflTpft] 'Grazed by oxen.' I. q. ^ovvoito). The Sehol. offers 
two interpi-etations , jiolXauts QeQt^ojiivtp, and vito ^owv ■frfetgofieVoi 
TOts oSovai, ^ovg zQtipovTi. Hesyeh: fiovS'tQtt. iv a pass ^l^ovg S^oi 
viiiovzai,. Cf. ^sch, SnppL 535. Xtiiimva ^oviiloi'.' Find, K. IV. 184. 
^ov§6iat — TUfSivsq. Weckleiu proposes ^otifro^m, coll. Hesycli, in ^ov- 
^(QSi: — Kcl ^ov&6q<p to ftoid. and Aj. 144. tjcnojttivri Xei.y,B>va. 

TiQOintoXos the inss. mQos JtolXovs Hei-m. Dind. &c. Cf. 1 93. 352. 871. 423. 
Neue explains nQomtoXos 'compeUalim.' Qu. m^oanolois. 

189. Kij'euJ A. Jj. T. and probably all the mas. h^qv^ Dind. The 
question as to the right accentuation of tiiiQv^, as of rpotvi^, is still an 
unsettled one. V. Herin. ad (Ed. E. 746. 

ToiS' valg. tov S' L. pr. (tovS' L. corr.) io5 S' Harm. Dind. &c. 
Ticiii' ifBi tovSs nXiiav. Cf. (Ed. R. 1005, Ph. 652. 

190. io( the mss. Dind. Wnnd. Herm, Schn. Hart. om. Harl. cot Br. Erf. 
Sch. Mattli. Which correction derives support irojn Eur. El. 230. £5- 
jr@rac« yuQ aoi r«yB&' ayysXXiiv 9iXai. Cf. El. 1469. x«Xi!ii itccv xdXv(tii 
K!i orp^aXitav, oniag \ to avyyeveg xoi (zt most rass. ys Tricl. rightly) 
MOJT iiiov 9ffrivD)V zvxv- Qu. iigioTurrof ayysiXas, or aQtatiaz a-imtyyei- 
Xas, or jcQ&zog t«*' ayyBilae Snrj {(Ed. C. 302). Cf. ou Arist, Eq. 643, 
Tot never, I tliink, occurs after omws. 

191. iCQog aov zt vnlgo. Rather nqag aov zt. Or rather XQijerov zi. 
t( xegSavatjit] (Ed. R. 1006. nirtus | aov jigoe Sojiovg iXd-ovzog iv 

TcQa^atlii It. Phil. 544. KsgSanacfit ill ,igrees with KioJfijjv, Sach a 
comljinatiou of different tenses is seldom, if ever, found in Sophocles, 
osciipt in the case of the so called historic present (cf. on Aj. 31.). I think 
therefore we should correct yte^Salvotfit, or else btCftiiv iuqiv {'put yon 
under /m obUyation'). Cf. 471. vktc ifiov xz'^Ofi %aQiv. (Ed. R. 233. 
10 yaff I niqSog zilm 'yi> xv X"Q^S TtQoB^tCanai. Ktoijiijv L. 

192. ctvTogl 'He /dmsel/', Lielias. 

ifti£§ evzvxst] I. c, frjTfp xalMs ir^Rircti (2,W). '/f inileed he (Lu-has) 





ovx svfiKQfiia xpoJ/ifvos noXky , yvvat. 

xvxXip yag auTOJ' MTjhavs KJTnrg lias 

xqCvh Tca^Karaq ow6' ia prjvcti repo'ow. I'Xi 

TO j'ccp itod'ovv exccOtos ixfia^atv QiXav 

ovx av (is^etTO xqIv xk&' riSoviiv xXvuv. 

fores meli (lias good neiiin lo report).'' Tlie Meliol. understands Hercules ns 
the subject of ivtvxet. But in tlmt case indvos would have been iiikled. 
Wunder wrongly takes fwiti);*' for an impersoniil, coll. El. 045. novov 
rot %aiels ovSiv rvTvxei. Hernuiiin reads; elTteg svivxtj (''' res mtoae 

193. ^Becaiise he has not miicli facQiti/ [so lo do).' It is no easy lutitter 
for him to comeMtlier. Scliol: ov* tv%f-^i:l,if. avT\ ro5, ouk I'lrrii' avta 
tvxtfjss xaQaytvia^ai. Cf, (Ed. H. 1241. opyn xQia^hi]. 878. Eur. Iph. 
A. 88. ttjtlotV lemfitvoi. Fhalar. Ep. 14-1. ovtf. jiovoq toiavzy ixQ^aa 
o-DfUpoeei. For evp-agsia af. Phil. 284. 704. 

svfi.assl<f — noil^] Phil. 284. toutou Si iioXliiv sw/iapfiai' (ijuptflHOv). 

194. Cf. Arist. PI. 780. ifth yag "^'S ov n^ocstm ; itoioi; ouk oxtoi 
[ itSfitttiziifaveDatv iv ajag^ JieJO^Tiitnos; 

JWijitEus — ^sws] A people of Thessaly, near to Trachis, whose town 
was called Malia. V. Palmer. Exeniit. p. 275. Poppo Geogr. Thueyd. p. 301. 

Mi/Xitvg] For Mijlia-noe. Cf. on 63. 8o 'EgstQieve for 'EgstQia'xos, 
SoMitus for ^(OMiKos, AaKov for Aa«o)ViKos, Eliijr for Eiliji'wos, &c. 

195. TiQivit] I. q, avaxQivst, 'gueslions, interrogates.' Gl: ^gana. 
Cf. 314. 355. Aj. 686. Ant. 399. Kl. 1445. 

0^3' ixu'] Dind. and others understand ACxas from tlie prec. uvtov. 
In order to avoid an awkward and inelegant change of person (cf. on 463.) 
I would read ovS' i^ (.^^i'), which Sclmeidewin, I find, also proposes. 

19G. 10 yag tto'^ovv — ] 'For each wishing to learn of Mm what he 
desired.' To nod'ovt' is usually explained (after the Schol.) as equivalent 
to to Tio&ovtiSVOV 'id quod quis desiderat.' Cf. on (Ed. C. 1320. tdv &s~ 
XovTos (a^ivovzoe't). 1604. wKProg | Sq&vzqs. Phil. 674. to yiiQ | vocovv 
tco^gC as ^v^nagaatai^v Xa^ilv. Eur. Iph. A. 1270. ovS' iitl to -niivov 
^ovXo^svov IXriXv&a. Hec. 299. rm Sv^ovithai. Thuc. 6, 24, to i-ai^v- 
^ovv zov jiXov. 2, 59. 10 0Qyi%6^tvov i^g yviafijjs. I, 36. zo fiiv Si- 
Siog avzov — to Si &ag<!Ovv &c. 1, 90. to §ovX6ii,evov. 1, 142. iv za 
liij neXtj&vzi. Matth. g. 570. Cf. also on <Ed. C. 207. 1220. Ph. 675. 
Hermann takes zb wo^oiiv for a nominative. Dindorf considers za no9ovv 
as put absolutely, 'qiiae est desideiii uts,' and would mark a comma ac- 
cordingly after jto&ovv (as do Herm. and Apitz), instead of after &iXa>v, 
as in the old edd. Wecklein jiroposes o yog jto&oji' ^v (Tr. 22. (Ed. E. 
801.) m«s Its —. Qu. T« yag TtagovQ' — . (Proposed also by Nauck 
and Weckl.) Or a yag ne'jcoi'^' — . Or lO no&ovitevov yap «5s ris ^. 
Or zo yag jiad'ovit.BVov zig — . 

197. ovv ar itt^eizo] 'Would not let Moi go.' Qu. ov viv (itdsfto, 
'■did not dismiss him for let Mm go).' Or ov viv ^e%iu. Or oi! jzglv (is- 
^iu. Or av ngoa^tv tf«. Or ov ngoef^s X-qyei. Or, what is perhaps 
lircfcr;(.l)lp, we »v.iy consider tu ^rofrori- l.i i.o jfiivcnuHl 1<y uid-firo, in 

,y Google 


^vvsaziV vim 6' avrov avzix' t^tpavl]. 

cj Zcv , xov Oi'Ttjg atofiov og ^aifiav' eX'^-iS-, 200 

this sense, '/■"" sec'' person, wishing to learn, refuses to part viith his de- 
sire (to learn), before he lias heard to his kearCs conleni,' In this case the 
sentence becomes a genersl one; and indeed whitt follows, ovtms iiieivog — , 
seeniH to show as much. 

(it&sfto A. B. K. L. (it&Etoro Harl. (ti^oito T. [with GI: «moJ.u- 
aetev). iieSsiio seems hare to be the opt. Cf. Eur. Med, 736, oi p.e&it' 
av in yaiag ijii. Arist. Han. 830. ora av ngQsifijjv toi 9q6vov. Lnuimi 
Dem. enc. Si. T:Qoeifiiiv. But we find Xen Cyne^ XII 11. n^ootvxo. *Eipitxo 
(Tr. 286. El. 1111. Ph. 619 ) is the aomt indicative 

»«&' '^Sovrjv] ' To then sattsfaetxon to then heart's content.'' Cf. KI. 
150.^. CEd. C. 890. Pint. Fomp Oo a (tri xaS-' ijSovnv hxi viv.av Iloy.- 
nifi'ov. In Laljn, ex animi iententia 

198. ovx ExoJi'l Since he writes to hapten to yon. Similariy Ant 
276. aaqfijii. S' aitav 01% (xolgiv (Ed C 767 ovK n&eXte ^iXovii 
TcqcaS'ie^ai XttQiv, .^scli From 19 kkovzu a amap — Ttgoajtaeealsvato. 
218. etiovO'' iKovTi Zijvi eiana^aazuztiv Honi OiL y'. 272. zrjv S' 
l&iXiav i^iXovaitv uvrjyuysv ovSi SojiovSt e 155. jiorp ouk iStiXtov 
i^iXoiuy. Plat. Legg, VIII 8J2 O WHOnttav sv.ovea a^x^i. 

Si\ I should prefer S^ or viv. Or oottoq insivo^ vvv i-iovoiv 
ov^ iKiav — . Tiio d'e seems unsnitable here. 

199. aviov bd'i^k'J avziii' aizov T. 

200. Oi%?is;i Cf. on 1191. 

azojiov'} 'l/nciU, ungraztd, intact,'' as being consecrated, Cf. Hesyoh; 
'ASqiitavov. aSgejtzov, S-eoig awxeijisvov SoqioxXiji. Eur. Hipp. 73f 
eol zovde nXsxziiv azeipavov i| KXJjgniou | XetfiSivog, 10 Stojioiva, ko- 
e/i^aae iptQia, \ l^fh' ovzs jioifiijv a^iot wf^^tiv ^oza \ oui r/Xd-i nio 
eiSiiQOs, aXX anTj^azov \ nelioaa Xeii^oiv ijqivov SinQiizai, J aiSios Si 
ntfcap,iaiai mjmtiJsi. S^ocotf. 'Where see Valdi. 

^j;sisl Cf. on fEd. C, 51. 

201. aXXa evv ipdrral 'Al least after a length of time.' Phil. 101!. 
iiaaa9i ziaaa%' alXa za X9°^P naze. El. 1013. tcvzii Se vovv axh 
aXXa ra xgovia itoti. Aj. 306. t^rpqrav jidlis nrnt ovv x^ovio v,a&iazazaL. 
Tr. 39ij'. (Ed. C. 1602. Perhaps aXXa vvv iQavia tcozs. 

202. ipmvTJcaz'] Schol: oXolviazs «al ^o^aazn, xsqiv oftoXoyoveai 
zoCs 9fots. A change of person is here indicated in L. 

tiiioi ariyris} Instead of the wore nsual svSov aztytjs. Cf. 493. 
Ammonius p. 50. notices iaro here put for fi'Soi', and eoiniiarea Eur. Her. 
584. «ttl zov yiqovzu z^v z' lam yQaiav Soiicav. Herod. I. 182. otiyxar«- 
7tlT]tizat THs vvKzaq ica Iv t& vrjai. II, 169. S^aipav — lam iv za 
tgot, II. 143. 176. .Ssch. Sept.'aiS. t'ffw Sotimv (iSvBiv. Enr. Her. 477- 
Arist. Av. 437. TcavoitXiav — -xQeiidaazov — is zo" iitvov iiaat. Loh. 

nd I'h 

Cf I 

A,i. 80. ; 


52 ZO'l'OKAKOrS 

at t' sxtos Gvlijs, <0£ uiKktov owu-' i^ol 


ti'dO) the iLies. Heriii. Wind. Hgk. Xiili. Cf. «a i^)l. tam Br. Diu.i. II. 

aiI3. t!? t' ekitds auiqs] Ant. 18, ir.Toe nvMiov Tivitiv, Pliil. 722. 
xat^iav aysi Jteos aviar. As Ammoniiis (p te lii (i e 

only lis far as Ixtie, Talek. (Anim. p. 75.) is tU be e 

did not find avlijs, in his cop;; aud would the 

Kvy^E Ng &c. , comparing Eiirtp. Iph. T. 194. fi & ■ 

Perhaps we should rend instead avlatg (suL. Tr S v 

avlaEg etSe voila Sijivta | viogv-vv-ca. Ant. 8 

or av'cris, or avr£%', or oru t^*'' ^^ "' ^""^ *! "^ ba " 

imdevstood. Cf. on 210. Dindocf considers anl m 

(Off aeXTTTOV — ] 'tS'iwce uneirpectedly if~c.' ov 

Qti, IBS ttsljiru y'. Cf. (Ed. C. 1120. r^jti'' e ip 
loyov. El. 903. ouvij^'fe ofi(i«. 

ofifi' — ^'ift'is — t^o^e] 'Jfe joyous light of dm news . 

ofi/ici] ' Light , joy ' , as elsewhere ipixog, and in Latin ^lax.' Cf. El. 
a03. (Ed, R, 187. Pinii, P. V. 75. oji-inx ts rpusworazov ^svoiat. So 
in .Xsch. Ag. 534, Agamemnon returning home victorious is siiid ijxfiv 

30i. araezofj 'That has risen.' Schol: avtcepaviv, avcctellav, i-K /ti- 
TccqioQag tov qXiQv. Eur. Med. 482. aviaxov not (ptJos ooirijetov. Oppinn. 
Hal. 6fi7. SXjiSVOs ig irovioio ^a&vv TiaQov ovv. Et avia%£ {acliol: avi}l&-s). 
Herod. V. 106. VII. 14. Compare i^ixuv. Arist. Fr. 346. S^sx' , a q>a' ^Us. 

ztibSe vvv ua^jcovits^'a] i^s yf vvv — eouj. Masgr. Qu. r^ott (or 
ToW), S I'^p xaexoviis^a , the accusative absolute «s ajlffiiov — as in 
(Ed. R, 101. ag toS' (trjvS' or li y' ?) al^a xsttid^ov noUv. 

vagaoviit^a] jEsch, Ag. 502. avrog tpgsvaiv xa^otto tnK aiiagriav. 

205—24. The Sehol. (on 216.) remarks on this ode : to jieliSd^iov 
ovv iett araat\i,ov , ai.X iiJto t^s ''jSoviig o^xovVTiti. It is a dnnce-soiig. 
such as we have in Ant, 1115 f. Aj. 093 f, and perhaps (Ed, It. 1086 f. 
Cf. .a^sch. Enm. 968. ololviats vvv inl p-olTtatg, \ aaovSal S' tieoTtiv 
ivSaSss iziov. It is onlj on occasions of unuenat excitemeat, as thu pre- 
sent, that we thns finil an ode consisting of a single strophe. The maid- 
ens and youths of (he house of Dtianira are called npou to sing in honour 
of Apollo Uke proleclar,' and thu former to rsuse a hymn of praise to 
Diiina and her attendant Nymphs, We find a similar invocation of Apollo 
and Diana in the Secular ode of Horace. The same two divinities are 
invoked together CEd, C. 1091 f. Cf, Eiir. Iph. A. 1468. viisig *' Iniv- 
ipjlli^cai', 10 veaviStg, \ -aaiava z-^[i^ evp,tpoea, Jioj jtoQriv I'A^isfitv 
ttm SI -lapatSaig evqufiiia. 

205. avololviais B. K. Veii. Be. 8ch. Herni. avokolv^sie A. L. Aid, 
avoXolvt^xe V. avoloXv^ov T, oXoXo^fte Harl. avoXoXv^siai Elms), 
ad Herach V82. Wund, avololv^ov Bon. avoXoXv^ar' a conj, Seidier Ha V. 
D. p. 86. (coll. Eur. Tro. 335, 0oaaai' tv xov 'Tiiivaiov, m, iiatiaqiaig 
BotSaig. PL. 302,]. dvoXoXviara Surges (iu Clais. Jonrn. VII. 309, coll. 
iEach. Ag, 1117. vnzoioXv^atm. Cho, 910. tTtoXiiUiiiTiSf. Dind. H^iit, Schii. 

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Jlffk, «FoAotiiJf7-m N.muk. Sthol. :v\ 2lKi: Avt\ tov, 6 jtSs oixos 'Hga- 
Kif'iHfi O'turiKS n«i ti'X"S wtsi'cu Who ulearly read either Sofios or 3'0- 
(101, nut SojLoic; iinil alw Kvolol ti|BT(o. Dindorf explaiuB Sonog 6 [isl- 
kovvjitpoq III the iiuinitrried luaidena in tlte lioiise, in clistinution from the 
youths who are mentioned immeiliately after. KIsmley (ad Eur. Her, 783.) 
jnid Wunder correct; avololoi^tai So/iog sipecxloit alalaya^g 6 (lillo- 
vvfirpog. Qu. avolnlu^a-t' , ai Sofioi, stpsariotg aXalayatg , | a (ullo- 
viiucpos, ^i" 3i xoivbs Kgeivoiv | ttro xXayya, tov—. (Cf. Eh 750. ava- 
Xolo^t zov veaviav.) Or avvaiaXa^at', a Sojioi — xov &c. (Enr. Here. 
ID, jjii navtii vjiEvaiaiat KaSiisioi jeoie | Xmrm ^vvTjlaXa^av). Or dvo- 
Iolii|«iiB So/iotg (or 'v dojioig) lipsatiotg dXaXayaig (or iiptctiovs ala- 
Xayas) I ff jieXXuvvfiifos &c. Or ctvoXoXo^dxio ffcolos iqieat^oig alala- 
■yats 6 flsXXovviiqias ('Ike coiapiin)/ iif maidens'). Or avoXoXv^ar Iv 
Sofioig — at iitXXovviKfioi, iSvv de — . Cf. on 2D7. The second person 
of the imperative woald agree with avaycTi 211, and avoXoXv^drm wonld 
aIbo agree with fiio 208. Tlie verse probably consists of two dochmii and 
a ti-otic, Cf. El 7611. aproXoXvie tov vsavCav. -Esch. Ag. hTi. dvalo- 
Xtt^a fiEJi ■ndXat j^agas vtco. Cho. 943. IjcoXoXv^iirm {IjioXoXv^ax , m 
Suiilh V. D. p. 89. &c.) Siajroaovav Softiav | dvaipvyae (ajtoqj.?) savior. 
Sept. 827. Em. Med. 1142. xai tis ysgaid ~ dvaXoXvit. El. 090. toe, 
yv fiiv f3.#!j itu'tfite EUTHx^s eS^Ev, | oXoXv^crai jibv d(ou,ii (which pas- 
sage strongly resembles this). Or. 1335. in' d^iotai rnp' avewpijjiBe So- 
fiog. Arist, Av. 781. 'OXvincidSes Si jiiXos Xdgneg Moveai i knmlo- 
Iv\kv. Tro. 335. Modern' si tov "tjiivaiav w fi,a»aQiais dotSaig. 'OXo- 
Xv^siv means jiera apavyqs su];Eff^ai (Scho!. Arist. Pac. 96), and with 
its oomponnds is properly used of the joyous ncclainiitions of females. 
( \coordiiigly we read presently, h bi BOivog agaevtav ha xXctyyd.) 
Pollux I, 28. TO ycig oXoXS^ai xal oXoXvy^ jjtujfforod'ni swl yiivatKoiv. 
Hesych: 'OXoXvy^. qitoKq yui'atKmi', ijv noiovvzai iv xotg ttgoig ivxO' 
lievai. Eur. Her. 782. oXoloyftaTa 7iavvv%ioig vjco Tiagd'ivtav ia%U tco- 
SSiv ■Kgazoiai. Xen. Anab. IV, 3. 4. i'^aiavi^ov -itdvctg of azQariawi. 
■xal dvjiXdXa^ov (as here aXalayaiq), '%vvmX6Xvl^ov Si v,al at ywalneg 
aiiaecti. Sometimes however oXoXv^stv is nsed improperly of males. yEaeh, 
Sept. 831. Ag. 604. Arist. Eq. 613. 1324. Pac. 96. Demosth. p. 313, 20. 22. 
Soph. El. 751. Eur. Or. 1137. Med. 1176, El. 690. Hence oloXvyijios JEsch.. 
Sept. 270. Eur. Or. 1130. Compare the Latin 'iiliilare,' which, though 
derived from ololv^eiv, strangely enough is chiefly, if not always, used 
of mournful cries. The only exception to the usage of oXoXv^eiv of joy- 
ful acclamations apjieara to be EI. 751. azqazos — avtaXoXv^e rov via- 
viav — ofre tvyjccvsi (read XKy^dvii) Kaxre. If indeed the passage bo not 
corriLpt. For the substance uf the above examples I am chiefly indebted 
to Elmsley ad Her. 782. and Med. 1143. Blomf. 01. ad ^soh. Sept. 264. 
Seidl. ad Eur. El. 686. 

SofioiB the mss. Triel. Ben, Henii. NaucJc. Softog Burwes. Elmsl, Dind. 
Wund. Hart. Sehn, Bgk. iofiot Br, Sch. Perhaps trcoXog (o (isAlopufupos). 

SOU, iiptetiobg alalayaCg] ' Il'ith indoor aeclaiaalions.' Liban. II. 162. 
yvvamwv HtiiK lov avtmv vo/iov otitoQev ekkotjjs iitictHTtovarjg svyij- 
fii'ai'. Quoted by Musgrave. Schol: tatg tjti xmv 9vei£v tvxuig- 

dXaXayaig B. V. Turn. Elmsl. Bon. I!r. Sch, Dind. Hart. Seidler (de 
V. D, p. m;.) dX^XciS A. K. L, Hatl. Ven AM, Herm, Nauek dlXaXnig 

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'A^iolkava aQoetutccV 6(iov fil 

Harl. alXatayKis T. cXaXu^^dtg Sehu. Perhaps irpsarlotaiv ciXaXayaig {dim. 
iamb.). Cf. Enr, Here. 10. ^v jtdvteg viifvaiomi XaS/itioi xoti | Aoitm 
avvt]Xilrt^ar , ^vix' ilg saove \ Sofiovs o KXeivhe 'ifeanl^s viv qyEio. 

207. i^sXlovvftqioe] a jiiXl. Erf. Perli^ps rig^litly. 

xoivog] Attic for noivrj, according to Seliol., ivlio compares nXv 
tog 'iTCTioSaniia (II. f. lii). Cf. Matth. g. US. n. 1. So ^g'/og, §s- 
^Mog, &c. Cf. on El. G14. 

208. Prw] Cf. Fr. 435. fico *e ITu^iKe paa 9ia. (Arist, Av. 857.) 
A^seh. Sept. 963. ftro Sangvu. — t'ira yoog. ]Cur. El. 879. iico ^vvavXog 
§ott xa^a. Iph. A. 1313. fio) Si JavatSag fuqi^fita. Pba. lY I. 57. 
fiH TslfiK yajimv aoiSa. Ion. Eleg. II. 7. itto ^tu vvxtos^koiS^. 

TOV — Ttgoatarai'} This acousatiTO seems to depend on avoXoXv^ato), 
and perhaps also loosely on frto Klayya (= KXd^eti\ just as 'AQtSjiiv does 
on aai&va avoiyezs (the e([iiiyaleiit of ujiDtrif ). Cf. El. 749. oEpaios 3' — 
avaXoXv^s xov vsavCav, \ ot S^ya Sgaaag &c. And so construe Wunder 
and Sehneid., who consider as parenthetic the word? ip Sh — ulayya. 
After TiXayya a full stop is marked in B. K. Hermann, Apitz, and Din- 
dorf construe fira nXayya (= ulajtie or ^Xa^ovTBiv) tov — n^otjTixxav, 
t avay ere 'Jgrefttv, the construction according t 


f sai 

d Sa^v<fagiiv ziva 

■nOTttta^ai XIV 

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f ih 

i El 121 


9 i 


- 1 <m i 

^j (I fj. 

556 <Ed C 


Cf 210 


A XX t! 

Ig H 

-m W d Egl 4 


I d N 1 



pin m f 

m tl 

t p 

t t tl 

S h 

1 Th f 



m (H 


p 4d9 Th m 
ca f H 

A llffl) 

I q jip 


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(H y ! ) S ! 

I .jp 


CEd r 81 


Ll 6 7 



119 206 i tl 


G d PI 


1 d Ihy 



Aj 702f A d g 1 

t « 

lu d fl U 

h Si t 



p th m d 

d th 


1 1 

t A. 11 



hms I t 

th p 

h r Art 



f tl rd 


h ih 


1 1 tlj 


th t Ap 11 

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a, ]e I 

Alt 1X6, H 

A D 1 

kmg 1 




h m tl wh t f 11 






nst t f E 

H G 7 

(17J ta 

1 s 

Iph A 1468 fi 

S S 


s 1 


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Ql lAQ 


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XIV !0 n i g 

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i I ^ M ttl 

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38 ) n hy 

lied th 


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1 tii 


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381 Cx i id s 

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IX 1 


liS hi 

Phoe 110 ^ 1 k ad Th 

IV 43) 


t th P 

h th Aj 

11 d A t m tl ecm 

hy th 

g S h 



b fi ed t A t 



Id Ij dmg t 

th 1 tt 


t W 1 fl Id tl 

1 tl 


I t 1 

a t g 1 



t 11 I 

f th t 

t ti 

) tl 



itccmvn nainv 

(iocita Tftv ojuo'flJtopov 

"AQTSfiiv 'O^TvyiKV iXfCfpcilioXov rc^(pi7tv$ov 

yBirovdg te Nvfiq>ag. 

pstQOit', ovd' dzdeoiiai 

210. namva A. B. K. L. T. Aid. ^atav Bv. Hei-m, Sc. 

aU. anfyli'] 'Raise'. Eur. PIi. 1369. Ki/a'y"' (Jpayfts »o>Ji 
33l>. avc^E nopoV. Lasas ap. Athen. XIV. 5. vfivtav avayto ^ 
aQiiovlav. Callira. H. in Del. 279. Sehol: aiJtifiiitrrs *ttl ttfiiie tijji ajin 
Tti 'Anollavi ana^eteav, -cfiv if 'OQxvyCif rfjirofisVijj'. 

avaye-z, m mapd'^voi] avayszi, ^ag&ivot Hart. Tlie true reading- 
is perhaps atiStz , — . 

212. a Tia^^voi] Addressed to the Chonis, as in 821. i'9', olov, m 
jTctdse — . 

213. ponrs] Eur. Tro. 335. ^oaaat' eu toi- 'Tiiivatov, a, iiaxagiais 
KotSais, Innxats ie vvftepav. Perhaps we should read ^oav rt (avaysTE). 

zav OfioaTcaQov] tkp ■fr ofioiwroeoj' Musgr. A prohable eorrection. 

214. '0(/zvyiav] .She is called 'Ortyaia dea' ^^y Ovid Met. I. 694. Cf. 
Dissen Eiplic. Find. Nem. I. 1. V. ad Callim. H. Apoll. 58. Arist. Av. 870. 

ilarpa^olav K. L. V. haiprj^oUv A. B. T. Turn, slatpopolav 
H. Harl. Aid. Cf. on ffid. R. 181. also Ear. El. 862. ei:s<pavoifoqCav (bo 
edd. vett,, but azffiavaqioQiav tv/o niss.). Hero, 781. Blomf. (i\. Sept. 415. 
Lob. Phrvu. p. 649 f. Cf. Horn. H. in Dian. 1. "AQXitiiv caiSta jpuoijilK- 
v,aTov mXaSeivfiv, \ JiaQ^ivof alSaitjv, ilarp'^^olov, loxlreiqav. (Ed. C. 
1092. avuvoBzixziov onaSov mKvicoSiov iXarpiov. Before ilarpa^olov Din- 
dorf inserts 9'jkj', for the sake of the metre. We might also add tav. 

ajiipiitve'ov] 'Salding a torch (fire) in each hand\ as SifSoviov. Schol: 
jTBe' oaov ap,ipoTi^ittg zuig rfpcJ SciSov%ei, )] avzri ovact'zy 'Ekkt);. Cf. 
on (Ed. E. 207. nv^rpoQovg AQzifitSog atylag. Arist. Han. 1301. ev 6', 
(0 iJpos Si^vQOve avlxovaa XafiitaSas — "Exbic &c. Orph. H. in Dian. 3. 
■xaeiifari: , SaSovxt. Spanhem. ad Callim. Diau. 11. Knat, ad Arist. Ran. 
1*06. Oeuzer Sjjnb. T. II. p. 190. The epithet occurs also Eur. Ion. 716. 
Bfi'xjitos aiLipinvQovq avi%wv msiiKKg. Hipp. 559. afitp^itupoji (fulmen), 

215. yeCzovaq zs njJ/iqxis] 'And the neighbouring yyaiphs,' her nttend- 
ants, viho dwell in the neighbourhood of Trachis, which coast was con- 
sidered sacred to Artemis (cf. on 637.). Schol: vvp.tpae qsijffi zag 'Ogeezi' 
aSttf Tcag' oaov Iv zoiq OQtoi SiazQi^u '{/"Agtaiitg. (Virg. Mn. I. 498 f. 
Ovid. Met. III. 178f.) Who perhaps read something different from yd- 
Tovag, perhaps opscWjas. Cf, Phil. 725. MqXtdSetv vv/iqiav. 

216. asigOft' A. B. K. L T. 1. e. avm alsouai. 'I leap (ea^tt, jump, 
bound) for Joi/.' Cf. Arist. Kccl. 1178. oi^soff' uvea, lal tvai. So Aj. 693. 
?ipQii' i'QoiTi, nfqixat/riq d' avsTZzo/iav. Schol; fitze^Qi^oaai h za lo- 
gevsiv lis lav^ asga, Kal avia atgo^ai. tit y&Q p.tXiS«qiov ov* lezt 
ezaaijiov, aXX' iimo rf/g ijSoii^s ogjiouviwt. Heaych: aeiqofiai. avm 
al^QOftai. SoipoxX^s '^9"X- Cf. Enr. Hec. 69. tint' ag' asijOfiKi Ivvvxos 
ovz^ (for so I would read]. As however the final ai in the first and third 
persona of indicativs, and in infinitive*, is never elided in Tragic writers 


I'dov ft' (<v((ra(fciOGFi , 

avot (i' o xiou^s ^f^^' ji'ixxifiv 

vaoSrQ£q)0V HfuXXav. 220 

(aee Erf. iiil Aj. 19J. Hem 11 D M I in mi tLd II. 686. El. .'^iH.), 
I wotild read either MiQoiiai (with H\it nnd Njiiitl i or asiaoiiiti nitli 
lioiske. This latter covreetion, nhi(,h hul also otcuiicil to iiij'self, iigrees 
better with ajKoaofiai than doea atigojtai, aud moieovcr ngrees well with 
the iiivitntjoa just given to sing {avayeiv naiava, §oav). The metre will 
then bo: „, i„u_,„.L^_. Herminn with much prohahillty sapposes 
those lines to be simg by ft difterent pait ol tlie Chjiiis. 

217. 101' avlov, a — (pQ ros] bchol w ao^t, ti/g Sjiqs i/'un^s iii- 
QBvve " sQt&i^ei yitQ o auiuj icg aag&svovs irpos zljv TOpECo:v. rvtI 
tov, a xgarmv i^g Ifif/s tpQeva^ Iv St na tavta If^Hv OQ%ovvTai vno 
j^apas. Ilernumn ftdiltices Arist Hep VIII S ¥zi S' qv-a Setiv 6 avXos 
^9i.Kov, kUh p,€tlXov ogyiaaziKOv 7 

roi' KuJow] ro eavlov (i e to ■nDv<poii) eonj Mn^gr. (uolL Eiir. Cyol. 
40. aoiSats BoQ^hmv eavloviitvoi) dvaiov Biirges 1 I. Qn, af, BaKxi', 
e> — . Or xov Bgofi*oi', lo — The flute ii cilled foi, as being used ou 

to TVQavvc i«s i|it'S^ "I TVQttvv laag T Beloved objects are often 
tcvmed the sovoreigus of thoie to whom they are dear. Cf. Fr. 67S, 15. 
iJios TVQavvBi: nvevfiovtov {"Egbtt,) Liir Hipp 5i7 'EQwra Si tov iu- 
poj'i'Oj' avS^Hv &c Androrn Fi 7 ao S , to rupaiie &fiiv rf xav&Qia- 
ntov Ejioj. Tragieus ap. Diod &ic Lxc Vat III 134 to jguoJ — ffitJi- 
io)» tv'pai'j'f. Anaereon V. 141 aTcttv-rmv xQctroivTa xrtl tvgavvop. Hor. 
Od. IV. 1. '/tegnma CiayriE.' Syramicli. Ep VII 104 ' Doamus pectoris 
met.' VIII. 29. For the change to the locative Lt 90. "^Xiov «lze>, ta 
OTSQa-jtii qiltys&oyi'. For qiQevoy purhupi j;&oi (is 

218. iSov )i the inss. vulg Heim Bgk AVmil Nek. ISov ISov ji' 
Bind, (the metre as in 210. o,iou df ™«ia»c xaiav ). I'^oi Erf. The 
pronoun /it depends not on ISov, but on avazregaaaii 

dvtitagaaast tlie inss. Bind aitaQttaaei Wander (no ;ik for the metro 
to consist of two bacehei). Gl. T.: Jpe^tjes. Sehol: slg ^axxiiiiiv ajitl- 
lav, zovzdati jogf/orv, Tiagogfta [it o u-iaaog. Who appears to constrae: 
Kieaog avtxTttQtitiaei /is ^irxj/nv teiiilltiv. Hart: iSov, ft rtva-ett^dmssi, 
— fvoi, fvoC — o aiuBog &e. Bergk conj; £tfoi ji uva&gaeafi 6 Kiaaog 
&C. Qu. ISov It av av lysigst. 

219. eiiof It vulg. Herm. Bgk. Nek. sSot ji' L. tuoi fuorBind. (who 
considers the eiclamation as "extra versuin") Wnnd. 

ttiaaos] I. e. the thyrsns, called by Eurip. Bacoh. 25. maatvov ^iXog. 
The touch of it was sapposed to inspire with frenzy those who were 
struck. Hence Lucretius says I. 922. 'percussil Ihyrso Itmdis spes magna 
meumnor.' The maidens crowned with ivy, and crying 'etioe,' dance wildly 
for joy like Bacchanals. Cf. Eur. Bacch. 204. igei tig tag zo ytjgag ot'n 
ale^vvo/iai, { jiiZXtav j^ogtoiiv KQuzti luiiaoieas iitov. 324. Kieem z' ige- 
ibofiEa&tx ital jofiEUfrofiEi'. 341. SevQo aoi eziipro v.iiigtt j xiGora ' fted' 
■Hji&v ip ffsra tijirjv SiSov. Hor. Od. IL 19. 4. 'Esoe! reeeati mens Ire- 
pldal melu \ ptenQque BaeeM pectore turbiduta laetaiiir.' Qn. o &vge6g. 


Hi) i'(J 1 lain Il- 
l's', Ki (pila yvVM, 
TiiS' KVTixQaQa S)} Got 
(ilEZEiv 'XtiQEGT fva^yri. 


op(5, tpiXai yvvalxts t ovSe (t oftftecTOi; aas 

95pO(ipnv jiRp^Ai^f toWe fiij oil Xsvaauv rJToloi-' 

(3«i[];i'«ii IJ. K. Br. Pa-axsiav A. L. T. vulg. 

fi«K%iav — ajiillav] 'A baerldc dance,' one in honour of IJauiihua. 
Sehol; %0Qiiav. Ant, 10G5. tgo^ovi «ftilJ.)ji^p((s ijXiov. 

220. imaexf/iqifav Uie mas. viUg. Schol: cjro AuTcije t^g ^^ok^ii fifra- 
ytoiF ^ lijco^reiittiF. Gl. T; VTto^alXiav xoQsiav. Herm: 'conaerleu^ mead 
icmutandiDit Biirchm.'' Wiindor umlerstands it of the twirl or motion of the 
body jn danuiDg. Diiirlorf explains vaoez^eipiov 'eircamagens,' ftnd thinks 
that ^amlav ajiUlav is added with the freedom of poetiy instead of jis. 
The Schol. supplies tig. Wakefield proposes VTtorQetpaiv, i. e. 'stirring up, 
eauiiing.'' Qii. vnorpXiyiMr or ciciifi'kiycav ' accendenn' (Aj. lOG. ttxav ouQa- 
viav qildymv). Or onos (or srotfog) qtllyetv (or xQeifBiv). 

231. ^Qi (a Tlatav vulg. ioi Im Ilatav Tlaiuv Dind. But the verse 
is probably a docinniae, like Aj. 694. tti la Tlav Flav. 

222. ms M' the mss. fff', US' Br. (tacitly) Erf. Seh. Wund. Ug]t. id' 
Dind, Hart, Nek. Hart, diyides thus: fS', ra qiilu ytii-Ki— ■ fl^ | eot — 
^rnpy^ (Ju. ISov, ISov, qtlla yvvai, &e. 

la fCXri yu'iiai vulg. Herm. Bgk. Nek. m girto; yui'KiiifDi' Dind. Wuud. 
L e, '0 dearest of women.' As in Homer, Sia yvvaiitaH', 

223. ai/Ei'n^to^o: vulg. avtlii^aiiQa L. nvi^^i^catia Dind, Cf. on Phil. 
482. 'Fai-e to face, before your eye».' Sehol: avziicsoeaiia, vie' oijiiv 
oQiifteva, vnoS emvoovai ds tov Aixttv EQiotifvov. Hesycli: (Evi/irpaijn. 
ttvrmgoamjicf TigioQa yaQ to nqoeotnov, M«i avSQonqioQov uvSQOitQoem- 
nnv. Zorp. TQa%. Eur. El. 841. tat^aav avzljiQipQa egiovtsg ^Uti. jElian. 
II. 46. avzi^gpQot lai votia nirovtai. Oppian. Cyneg'. II. 54. avriitgai- 
gav is «ilijloug OQOiavxti. So v.aXUTtQaigQS (-Eseh. Ag^, 244.), &e. Cf, 
on 13. llio Chorus intimate to Dcianira the near approaeh of LJthas with 
tbe tHiptives. 

^Xiitsiv — svaQyii\ ' dear to behold.' So II. it . 131- rpaivta&m fvag 
yelg. .^ach. Pers. 40i. inqiavei^s ISiiP. Cf. on 696. 

225. opm] Sc, aitd, 'I see what you speak of,' Wundei- wrongly 
makes tovSt eioXov the object. 

ouSe ji — axoXovl 'iVor kave they escaped the vigilance of my eye, so 
l/ial I should not see [Ms company.' Cf. Phil, 207. ^alXsi ft' hii^a qid-oyya 
toil — ovSi fit la^H — avSa rgvaavrng. Wunder: 'neque ocidi mei cu- 
stodiam pra'teriil hoc agiaen, ut id non cemerem.' Who for the double ac- 
cusative pf and rpeovgav compsres such phraaes as fiiS'eg lie XEfpa, 

onitatog ipf/ovgiiv] Cf. 014. xaytii la&gaiov ofip,' itnamaisfilvij | 'rpgov- 
govv. Phil. 161. to aov ^gougsEv ofift' fet aa paliaxa ««i,pm. 

226. ifgovga the rasa, Br. Herm. ipgovg&v Musgr, Wund, {v. Emend, 
p. 21 f,). Dind, Hart. Helm, Berfrlt. Nauck Hurw. Perh.ips ipgovga may 


Xai'^Hv da tov xtJQvxa TtQOVvvina, XQ'iva 
Ttokla fpavi-vTct. %a(fTOV sl rt xal <pfQ6tg, 


be defended, if we explain tliiis; 'Xor has ike watchfainess of tny eye es- 
caped ('leeeiocd) Hif, ^-c.' Musgr: 'custodiam fefellit.' CI. Dem. p. 550. tovtI 
yag av .iimpou Tragi/l^i fis sinsCv. Theogn, 410. xokla jit val evvtivztc 
WKpepTMKi' all" vit' avayttrii \ otym — . 

■covSs /lij ItvanHV vnlg. Eead ■copde /iii oo Xsvecfiv, with Hiipfeld, 
Naiick, ami Herwerden, A consttiut error. When a negative or an interroga- 
tive clnuse has preeeded, ov or oujl is always, I believe, added after (iij or 
TO HI]. Cf. on 90. CEd, E. 1065. oiSk bv jtid'oi'fuji' (117 ov zaS' hi^a^iiv 
aatp^s. 1332. Ititist p.iv avS' k jipo'afl'sv ySgfisv 10 (uj ot! | ^agve-rov' 
sivac. El. 107, OH jihv d^ lijlto ^eijvoii', ftj; ov ^Jiaei Ji^oqriaiiiiv. Ant. 
96. TcelaojKii. yaq ov | toeovrov ovS'ev, aete fiij ov {ov om. E, T. &c.) 
%a).ars &^avtiv. fEd. R. 283. tir/ nag^g to ftV ov tp^aeat. Xen. Auab, III, 
1. 13. r{ i/inoStov fti; ouj;'- — Ti^pifoft^j'ows d'aveiv; 

SToloi''] 'Company/.' Cf. 486. (Ed. R. 169. 

227 — 8. Cf. El. 1457. ja^goig av, eF 001 j;o;jik rDyjcvst zaSe. 

227. xoi'S*'" *i TOP 3Hjeii«« Ttpovpr/jto)] iWanira thus indirectly ad- 
dresses Lichas, as is clear from his reply. So Theocr. XV. 1. XaC^ftv 
JI^a^afoQar. Cf. on Aj. 73. Alavza qieiva. Arist. Nub. 1145. STQiil>idS'qv 

Se] oe Herw. A. C. p. 21. Rightly, I think. 

nfovvvsnto] ^QOvvcJca T. Br. Wrongly. The line is omitted in K. 
Zt/ova TCoXl^] 'After a long time.'' jEach. Ag, 531. Ss%ae&i voajxio 
paailia noHa XQOVia. 

228. cpavivza., xaQtov n' Turn. Br. S;e. (pavivzcc loeiof. si Aid. 
Apitz. _ 

XUQzov] Gl. T. a^tov xa^ag. 

tl' tt Kttl qjEpfis] Qn. sf ti 5^ [or (loi , or mtp) q^jgng. 
qupfiS If. L. and Siiid. v. ];k(>io'i'. Herm. Dind. Wiind. Scliii. gjsptt 
Aid. Turn. Br. ipegfiv A. B. T. 

229. aXl' tv iiiv TyjifO' ev Ss — ] Qti, aU' iv % arpiyfisd'', tv le 
TtQOOip. So El. 1102. alk sv %■ Ixaveig joi rpqaaas a^iiiiiog. 

Z7lis»'] GI. T.- aq,Jyiii&-a. Cf. Phil. 49*. xoig tfiisvoie. (Ed. C. 308. 
lill' svTvxvs I'xDiro 13 fl" aozov jidlei &11. Translate: 'tVell, good far - 
iane hive vie had and rightly are vje addressed (hu you) according to the 
lesults ohtmned Cf. Arist. Lya. 1037. aXla [tii togtca' ?Kottf&', mg icti 
&oMiiKo;l ipvasi Compare also the proper name Evil9oiv Herod. IV. 162. 

230 war ^pyoti KrqffipJ L e. kctot to tpyov KEKT))(ts^«, 'accoTding 
to vihat we hone acquired in deed.' The ^'§7011 being opposed to the iici] 
01 salutation (fDeianira. Herwerden suspects H«r' l^yov Kt^aiv. Schol: 
Ttata tijv rOD igyov n^a^iv, TOVTsaiiv hJ/ojs trig 'HQavXiovg agsz-^g. 
He alludes to the eapture of CEchalia. Cf. Time. I. 22. tK igya ziov nga- 
X^ vtri,v Hciol I. 1. init. Observe that the Herald, as is often the 


TtQCcGiioi'T' c'li'dyxt) XQ^ijza Kt^daivsiv i-ni]. 

iyayi toi Gtp" Blsmov iexviivza ts 

xttl grovTa xal ^kKXovtk xov voSa ^aQvv. 


71CIV yijii jr«TpWR5 Btti ^aQ^dpov; leys. 

custom ut Buth men, identifies himself viith Hercules, and speaks of his 

deeila ot vaioui as it they were his own. 

Malms Jt^Kdooii'l 'When doing well, mhen prosperous.' 

231 ■JtQaauov-c (vvftyjuj] 'AvayK-q hardly seems suitable here. Qu. 

jt^attaovt i'DiuE, or Kgaaaovxa y tlKog. 

232. (0 ipiUax' avSq&v, JtecoO' — J Cf. Aj. 719. avSgiq tpilot, to 
ji^mtov (read mqmzov toS'} ayytiXat 9ika. 

233. 'HgimUa the mss. Tulg, Harm. Bergk. Nanuk. 'H^aviXn Dind. Wimd. 
Cf. 476. (where 'HpKKl^ ends a trimeter) and on Ariat. Th. 26. 

TieooJs'loftat] Cf. 628. za i^s ^ivrtg — itQoaSiy^ata. Musgr.ive need- 
lessly conjectures TtQOUSiQ^o^ai. Cf. on (Ed. R. 1428. 

234. iyioys roi] syia yi xoi Wex ad Ant. 566. Perhaps fycoy* not 
would be preferable, 

235. Koi £raria] XTj^SivTa conj. Wakef. «ai mv n conj. Schref. Erf. For 
Mttl Jrana Schsefer refers to 182. 233. (Ed, C, 1147. We find a like re- 
dundancy of expression Dem. p. 248i ^avzav 'A&rivaiav xttt ovtav. Below 
1169. x^ovm Tm ^avti Kal •na^ovti vvv. Plat. Rep. 11. 369 D. tou fXval 
r£ xkI ^riv 'ivsY.a. Liban, IV. 40. gmiroe »ai. ovzo? TlQi-afiOV. "VVe may 
suppose an vaifQov ^qoi^qov, as in II. o;'. 251. a/iti ipaqjev ijS syi~ 
vovzo. e. 118. Goeller. ad Thuc III, 68. 

EfflBta M«t »aXlovia1 Cf. Eur, Ipli. A, 1226. £m»ih* tS QaUov- 
aav «|/ais JfioD. Antiphon in Stob. Flor. T. IV. p, 38. £» Toivo Ttal 
9aXlsi. Sia jiki'ioe zov ^Cov. Ter. Heaut. III. 1. 21. 'valet aique «/««.' 
PbiL 420. nal «y« | ^wiJoxis's (fffi. El. 951. ^iia QaXXovta. 

voaai ^tiQvv] 'Weighed down, (afftieted) with fUiease'. (Ed. K. 17. 
avv yij'ea pagjfg. Aj. 1017. 

236. nou r^6i narprang sfts pappagou; ii'yf viilg, Tricl. Toup, Br, 
Herm. Dind. Wund. Schn, &e. Wiougly, for sft* is not an interrogative 
particle. Heath anil VauT, also stop wrongly thus: moii; yng jraie^Ke 
sfre PcplSceOTi; Write; nou y^j (jfrs) naxQipae she pappKpoii; liys. 
'/« wft«( guarler (either) of his native land or- a foreign onel speak.' 

TtazQipai; sfia jioig^Heou] CEd. R, 517. loyoiotv efi' Sgyoiaiv. JILsiAi. 
Cho. 994. T^ ffot JoKEti fijifatPK y' eh' ?xiSv' Sipv —. Ag, 1374. aii S' 
alvflv the fis ipiyuv ^ilui \ ojtoiov. Hor, Od. I. 3. 16. 'Toilers sen 
ponere vnlt frela'. Ast. ad Plat, l.egg. I. 6. For the omission of the former 
h"tj v. Matth. Gr. S. 517, 

,y Google 



(Jra.ooiiL,- tiXtj r' syxa^itK Kt]V(aip ^U. 

jTKTpfii'asI rtercHles was repiiteil to liavo been l>oriL .it TlielifS. 

237, a-nxrt Tig far — | Cf. 754. - 

Ev^oUg] ii^a'iq L. It. Eliiisley (;nl Hor. S4.) would write EuiJmis, tlio 
contrnetcrt Attic form, as Nti^^Ssi Eiir. El. Hi. ha. (v. nd (Ed. K, 18.), 
both here and in v. 74. 401. Cf. ^^Eech. Fr. 24. EofioiSa Kttfiiti]!' [Kaiiwcmv ?) 
a/iifil KtivtcCov Jibg \ aKtfjv — . Eur, Ion. 60. o'i y^v i');owff' EvfioiSa, 
^QoaxeiQov noXiv. El. 442. NriQ^Sss S' Ev^otSag (Ev^otSag Seidl.) 
axtng hjioieai. Her, 84. XKtijrST' — Ev^otS' (Ev^oCS' Seidl. Heriii. 
EypmS" Elmal.) avidv. Ion of Chioa ap. Strab. I. p. 60. Ev^otSrt fisp 
yiji' XcTizoe EuQiTiov kXvSd>v \ Boimriag ijiifie aiizijg — . Eur. Her. 773. 
ra NavuXiov i' Eu^oVkk (from Eo^oivg, not Ev^oisvg, ns Elmalcy 
observes) jiKgjroAjjfHfTC. However we may write the normative, EvPoiig 
or EujSciiis, there can be little doubt that in the obliijue eases the coii- 
trauted forms are the only genuine Attic ones. 

oQl^stai] mQi^i te ]!enef!. (The imperfect, a,6 lliixoi' 235. jiq^i 240.1 
Qu. toQi^ito. The present was probably put instead to agree with the ftiUe 
reading wis r 238. Translate; 'He is marking oul\ Schol: «aTa6xsvdSii,li!zti- 
eiv. Wakef: 'xibi slatuil, (i. e, in proprios usiis el ob mas res gestas, non 
ob atienas)', 'Oft^civ (whence tigmral) was the word in general use for 
defining boundaries, as Hermann shows from the Heratlean inscriptions, 
Cf. 764. (Jmtij IIS ainpiitXviiTog Ev^oiag aKQOv \ K^vrctov iativ, Sv&a 
^azgata dii | ^taiiovq oql^st zt/itviav is (pvXldSa, Hyperid. a. 29. mg 
irpoispoj' Tovs OQcetag zovg atVTijxovtti i^tXovzag aviu (to oQog) z^ 
^«(o Kal dipo^iaavzag. Script. Arg: khI xQoaoQiuaSils Kijvaiai i^g En- 
^oiae KK^tot-qQ^tp ^ilig Kijvatov tcgov tSQvaaro. 

238. iJlij B. K. L. M. T. V. Sehol. Eust. p. 789, 17. Jiiiit. II. Turn. 
Erf. &c. zsls£ A. Harl. Aid. Br. Seh. Matth. Hart. Schol: ts'Ijj, &-vgias- 
lynagTca Si, ta 9viiitsiiatti nroa av^iov 13 TiaQicaiv. Musgrnvo and Her- 
mann understand tslij to mean Tigoeodovt, 'prooeatus annuos', citing 
Ilarpoor. v. ano jmf&ojiiazmv. Eeiske explains ts'Iij by tjiiBvri 'sneron 
liceiis', Valck. Diatr. p. 144. conj; ^tojiovg 9', SXr) i' ~. And Miisgr; 
Patfiovs tXi] z' — . A consecrated grove in this instance appears to be 
meant, called below isjisWh ■ qivXlag (Sehol: zijievog TcoXvtpvXXov) 753. 
Cf. (Ed. C. 676. zav S^ktov &iov qivUdSa jivf/tonaQnov . The revenue 
of such siiered lands was paid in kind, us appears from the above mentioned 
inscriptions. That Hercules offered up certain sacrifices after the capture 
of CEohalia is evident from 287 f. 659. 993 f. and also 239 f. Cf. Ant. 143. 
jcdyX"^"" ^^Xr/. Perhaps rcntij i' — . 

SyxciQjcii] Tills wonld mean, I think, 'containing frail'', as in CEd. K. 
26. tiaXv^iv (yuaQnoig jjfl'oi'OE. Qu. svKa^Tta, 'abounding in frail (as tliu 
olive)'. Cf. jTByKHjiJios , <Ed. R. 83. TtayxaQitov Sdipvqg. Fr. 464. jtHy- 

KrivaCm /itC\ So called from Aljjfaioi' a promontory ofEubnja, named 
after a son of Elephorus. Cf. 753. 993. JEseh. Fr. 24, Eu^oiSa najix^i' (Ka;t- 
jtziavYj cffigjl Kijvaiov Jioi \ bhdjp. Ovid. Met. IX. 136. ' Fielur tOt (Ec/ialia 
Cenofo saa'a parabal \ vola Jovi if-c' 


Tl'AXSNlAl. (il 


svxraia (put'i'iav -Sj unci iictvT&iag rtvog; 

evxtal\ 5&' flpM tav8^ dvdoTccrov doQsi 240 

ttVTKi Ss , arpds &E<av, zav nov' eisl xal rivig ; 

H39. e^KTorfa ^aivtov] 'In performance of a vow (HI. 'makinn ijood 
what he had envied')'. Lat. 'vola rata faciens (solveJts)'. Scliol; ■jtOTfiiov 

EUKtwfa]. -Each. A^am. 1358, Pi. 49, evKratav U^a. Arist. Av. 10(i8, 
^di) fioi im jrcvionia — navxes I ^veove evKTaiaig tuxatg. Plat. Leg^. 
X. y06 l(. Iv tvKtalaig zislv in^Satg. Bloiiif. Gl. Sept. 720. 

gintvoji'] 'Making ijaod, executing, fulfilling'. Cf. on (Ed. C. 721. 
Naiick proposes nQaivav (of, on 743.). Cf. Xoii. An. V. 1. 1. ani^vaav 

7j' Tto the uiss. valg. Herm. Bgk. Dind. ^ ajro Nek. Cf. ou (Ed, li. 

iv«o jierVTSiag iivog] '/n conieqaence of some oracle''. Atio is often 
tlms found ia the same sense as Ik, both denoting the source, cause, or 
reason of a thing. Cf. 649, kukov (iiy' EKire«|o:o' hji' ilniSog jtalijs. 
Ant. 695. El. 65. Aj\ 471. For h ef. (Eil. C. 620. S87. Ph. 730, El, 39B, 429, 

240. fVKTai , o# yQii — ] ' fowed, loken he teas engaged in the rapture 
of tf-c.' A aimilnr ellipse in JEseh. Earn, 22. oi^ia Si pii/igias ^vS'tt Ko>- 
Qvsll JIs^ea. C{. Ovid. Met. IX. 136, ' Fictor nb (Echalia Cenoeo sacra 
paraliat | notn Jom'. 

tvxtaC'.A. Br. Herm, Wund. Hart, tvxais B. K. L. T. V, Vm. SiOiol. 
Dind. Sehn. Bgk. Nek, Sohol: xarsvxaVg (xci' evx^jv eil. Koni. qii, vax' 
evxae) ^ijoi* avtov Tfliie9rei viig &vaiae &e, 

imrS'j TOvS' B, ttud perhaps K, pr. 

avaHTdTOv ~ jftapai'] Ant, 673. avaczazovg olxovg. 

SoQi the niss. viilg. Henii. Bgk. Soi/h Dind. Wmid. Ntk, 

241. »!• A, K. L. vulg. cos B. 

OQag iv oftfiaoip] ' TAom seest with (by mean of) IMae eyes'. A com- 
mon pleonasm. Cf, 74S. iv ofty.aaiv — SEflo^jHo's. Ant. 764. Iv oqp&aiftois 
ofimv. Ear. Hipp. 12G0, ^tfwi' iv ojijiaatv tav — . Or 1018. i»s o' I'tfotiij' 
sp o^iiaei &c. n, c'. 587. (i>; 0£ — iV ogifl'tt^fioi'oi tSa^ai \ ^hvo^^v/jv. 
y'. 306, TheocF. IV. 7, Cf. on Phil. 60, Similarly Si oitiidimv ogHv Eur. 
E). 1219. 

242. lov Ttoz' slat xat tiTvss;] So Enr. Iph. T. 910. TioSojiog m«1 
tivos jififvxe Ttaie; Hoiii. Od. v'. 194. x^s Aij 5*e Ibivos J'tov f^lijloBi)'?, 
av^Stra, \ ^fiitseov ■n^og Soifia; tiav S' J| svxftat tTvrii, | arSQav; nov 
Se vv 01 yeviT} nai iiitieie BeoogHi | SvBfi,oQog, tj ts (fiifl' or §ci'i) joikj 
tf^fiKS PKCtX^V ava-xti. (Ed. C. 204 f. 

243. ofxrporl ycJpJ '/'I'V /Acji nre -murihij of rompiissio"'. Scliaefev: 


""r^^^^r z.^:^^^^^-^^ j 



jr re 

Z0 ^ W P» ^0-11 

i/i rede judico '. Cf. 

B quires aome epithet 

g g in the scholia i:^ 

'W k m opioioa, proposed 

E Li at yitQ. To myself 

m m aS-ial yas, ov xgjj- 

S S Herro.) yuQ SokoS- 

S Herm.) otv.TOV. But 

I qi T ' their mis for limes') 

OBI! us judicu'. Qu. fl jiti 

I g: q; jiifOQa iitjii.tji!ii&a. 

Cf. Ant. 681. tl (u) tfi> ngoj'^ »exieft/i£fl"B. 1218. tl — Q'toiai xXi^ctojiai- 

^v/iqiOQui A. Aid. Tuvn. ^v^qiOQai L. ^vfiifioQii B. K. T. Yen. Schii. 

245. i^eilf9'\ 'He selected, set apart'. ScLol; i^va lag fiiv avzug 
^XV> '^"S ^' avtiQeitrg rot's *«orfi. Cf. Herod. I. 148. xmQog tgog — J^a- 
Qaigilfitvos — noafiSiiavt- Hjperi.d. c. 29. we neditpo* louff opiiriffis 
Tous ^iwrijaovra ^Jslo'i'ias auio (ro opos) lai fl'sto. Valok. ad Phcen. 
210. In Clarke's Travels VII. 183. are several Bmotian inscriptions record- 
ing the dedication of a slave to the god Serapis (in one avazt&^ci. %riv 
iSCav SovXipi Jtavvalav tigav t^i Za^aici). Qu, ki^jik M«i Xa%Oi tigi- 
tiiv. Or KT^fia i^s Xeiag (or kki ©ij^ots) Mpitoi'. 

Kftro'i'] Cho&en, choice'. Cf. 27. Find, N. VII, 10. a^eta tigiQeiq 
{i. q. ^MMgtfl'ets). Dindorf connects fl'sot's MptroV. "I. e. iit it^oSovXoi 
fierent ". 

246. TO* aOY-oTiov x^ovov] 'Thai unlooked for length oftime'. Mesyeh: 
aOKOitog. avoTito£, aji^oo^aio;. II. o) . 157. Others explain ucxonou, 
•incalculable, immense'. Bchol: Kg ovv zhv tidXbv toviov val avaQi- 
ffjuiror xQovov icii' ^fiEgrai' eV t^ Oix^^ta SiiiijiiltEv; Cf. El. 864. 
aaKOJtos a Xm^a, And for the article cf. 542. too fiaxQov XS"""^- P'i<l> 
328. rov (iiyav rulov. Aj. 1149. t^v jrolliji' ^oijv. 

cOKOJTOj'] aeiiezov conj. Herw. Cf. 9C1. aanttov ti ^aujia. 

247. Pipojs jir] 'J^QK ffone, icns aOsenf. Cf. 165. Phil. 436. te&i'^j- 

ariieie-fioi' A, B. Aid. Turn, ttpi&fiioi' K. L. pr. M. T. V. Yen. agi^- 
/iiiov L. corr, av^Qi^iios Erf. on (Ed. E. 179. and Aj, 601. av^|Qi9^liliJv 
Hart. Wakefield nlso would have preferred oi'ijgid'fiojl', to avoid a se- 
cond epithet. Perhaps ■^niQ&v avij^td'iios is right, a^ in Aj. 602. iiij- 
vatv Kvijoid-itos iQvxofitvos- E\. 227. avuQi&'iiOi loSi &Qrjviap. (Ed. 
R. 179. ojf TioXig e^ffptS-uos olXvtai. But the ncciisafive i« 3U|i}iorte.l 




ovx, oiXltt Toi' fiEV itXslSTov iv Avdoig %q6vov 

■/tKteix^Q-' , K>s (pfj6' CUTO^', ovx iXsv&EQog, 

kA/1' £}i,7toX7j&iis ' TOW Xoyov 5' ov %Qij (p&ovov, 250 

yvvai, 7(QO0€ivKt, Zfi)s ozov itgaxtm^ rpavif 

KfEvog S\ arpaS-ilg 'OfttpaXtj ty (SKy^a'pra 

fVtavroj' E^inlrjOEV, aq kwtos Xiyei', 

\<y Aj. 646. o fiKKpos jtfifttg^O/tijros njovos- Trauslnte, jjiiEpiSr (ii'i;g[&- 
((op, 'of coanOesa days', {lit. ' wniiiOHfiererf m days'). The Sthol. wioiigly 
makes ijfiE^cov to depend on %q6vov. 

348. ODie, alltt] ovy, aXta Nauck &c. Aeschylus alludes to the following 
story A^. 1040. nal aalSa ya^ zoi rpaalv AlKii^vtje nozs | TiQci9ivTa 
xlijvai SovXiag ftajns iv^ittv, Luoian. q. Ii. s. o. 10. tQta ^ai'vovTcc kul 
nalo/tivov v-na r^s Ofitpaiijs t(S aavSaXlm. 

249. KCTji];*!'-'] 'ffe Hia* detmrted''. Aj. 416. dKedr i£ #i) v.c(Tfixn' 
a^iipl TQoiuv xQovov. 

tag ipjjis A. B. K. ag q^ijln' L. tSs gj^e M. 'As he himself nlloivs'. To 
he referred to what follows, ov« ilivS'^Qog- Lichas pleads his master's own 
confession in defence of so derogatory an assertion. For the fact se« Wund. 
Introd. V. §. 1. Qu. los eipt) avrof, or mg Sipaavtv (261.). Gut we find 
log H^ios Isyei 263. 

260. ifinrolijOf^s] 'Having been sold'. Schol: wpB&sls. Ant. 1036. 
Phil. 679. 

tov loyov S' — ] ' For no ill-will ought to altnch (to any one) on account 
of a statement, of which Jove (himself) is the author (or cause).' So Hermann : 
' narratio ret, eiy'iM Juppiter auctor inveniatur, carere debet invldia.' Of whidi 
Wunder approves. Others understand Xoyov to mean 'of a thing or mat- 
ter' (cf. Br. nd Aj. 1268. (Ed. E. 1144. (Ed. C. 443. 1160. Ant. 20.). The 
Scholiast mentions both explanations: ov %Qii, tpT^aX, fii^ifsa&ai ots nv 
jrpc|w 6 Ztvg' ISioi yoQ loytfffira nawa xQat-cti <as 9i>.ti. ij ovrag' ov 
2en aijMs aKouftv tov loyov, S iartv i^svrM^itv aal ipiyetv, ^ ov 
XQTj TtagaiTtla9ai liysiv ra maga too ■tJiog yivoiicva, kuv ij xaleita. 
The explanation I have given appears preferable; for Lichas' motive for 
making the remark about Hercules' servitude to a woman is to excuse 
his own apparent freedom of speech, and to escape the ill-will {fpS'ovoi') 
of Deianira. Qvi. ovSsvog Sh XQV >i>^ovov &c. 

tp^'ovov] 'Itl-«iill, blame.' Schol: ^ijitijiiv. 

251. irpaMriopJ Cf. 862. KvTi^ig tavS' lipiivr) Tigiiv-ra^. 

^avij] ^ttvtlg Yen. Cf. (Ed. C. 395. 

253 — 3. These two lines are considered spurious by Wunder (v. Emend. 
p. 186 f.), and suspected by Bergk. 

253. Kstvog Si—] A return t« the discourse, which was broken by 
the parenthetic sentence io5 Xoyov — rpavj. Cf. 281. Ant. 686. 1196. 
Aj. 487. But we most write neivov Si ivitli Herm., who observes: "De- 
bebat Lichas declarare quid esset quod dtxerat, Ziiig oiow jrpKKicop fav^. 
Aliter enim vana dixisse el videretur." 

253. irtavtov i^iitliiaev] 'Fulfilled a i/eor' of service. Cf. Genes. 29, 
■J8. av^itl-neiiaf TK l^SofiK TavTi^c. Thi,;u \i>nvs is llic lime iiiciilionca 



04 SO<POKylEOr£ 

XOvrag id^x^ rovto tovvudog ^a^av 

Sa&'' Zffxov avtm ot^oO^aXav diafioasv 2o5 

12 fiiji' Tor dyxistriQa tovSe tov ^d&ovg 

^vv naidl xccl yvvaixl SovXdativ ixi. 

by Herodorus (aiJ. ScLol.) iiiid Aiiollod. II. 6. 9. Isoeratos refers to tlits 
servitiule p. 228 li, mIottks v-o-t fioi-xiCas xai Jr«e' av%qwnotq &jjT{tKS 
avioii {tois d'tot'e) wveCSiaKv. Tlic price for wliicli he wn3 solJ, viz. three 
talents, is mentioned by PliereeyileB np, Seliol. ad II. 9'. 23. Cf, Ter. 
Eun. V. 1. 3. 

i»S avzos i.lyei\ A repetition of tLe preeeding ag qoije' aoioe 249. 

254. I*)ii#i;] iSti%9-rj B. Harl. Cf. Ph. S78. Si/i^ils jigus aiiJMWu- 
eti-. 1353. Below 1117. Aj. HI9. Ant. 317. Aiist. Ach. 1. oaa S!i Ss&iiYiicti 
IJ7J' IjiavTov maqSiav. 

twvtiSoil t' ovti6os L. Liclias withholds here the true cause uf 
this expedition, which is revealed below 354. 

255. OQiiov autp uiQoc^alon' ^ 'Having laid an uatk upon Jdiuself^ hav- 
ing bound himself by on oath. El. 47. ayyelXi S' o^kov ^goa-cid'sls &<:■ 
Fr. 419. So in Latin, ' jurejurando se aslringere.' 

Kutco U T Aid Titrn ovtw A. K L — ^Qoalre^av Harl 
Sia)iioaiv\ The active form of diofii ovat it, of lare occurrence The 
inuldle and moie usual one occurjj 378 Sttoftvvzo Aj 123j AiioaoEio 

260 (j fKiv — SovXmaeiv izi\ Cf .^sch Prom 174 ^ fiijv h' ^(iob 
— XQtiav t^si W> 71 iiqv tri Zevs - totai -ccntetnes Anst PI dlto 
^ (iiji' upjts y' frt u' ivTCtv^t I fieraTOEfii/'foa-oi' Eiol 1034 ^ fii;i 
ft' (UfJiffEi &e For jj /iij* cf also Tr 1166 Ph 593 JEscli, Sopt 531 
oftvvat 6£ — ^ fiqv laTca^eiv hotu Anst Vesp 1332 ij /i^v ao Siaani 
avgioi louimj' dt-xriv — Av 1269 ij (IJJJ' fff ■acniaii liji 17^560)^ ouuot, 

row Kv;[tcc)ie«| ' 7Ae authoi Ct 2GU SlIioI roP ahtov, xal 
cj^bSov avzov Tcoiijeavza, zov jia9ovs (to jtad'Oi, Ntk ) I'yst fls ro»i 
EuijiToi' Musgr 'culpa p>oa:imu/H , as in Phiedr I 10 beidlcr etpliiiis 
it in an active auiBe 'i/ut ailmomt hoc malum And so Hcini But there 
IB no suLh lerb as ay%it^iv (<.f ifiit^iv) Wusgitve propobLS aqxtezii 
Qa, which had occurred also to myself Niuck leads avzoxetga, it mai 
he rightlj Perhaps the true reading is ajcueijjpw Horn Od I 3b6 tlito 
Sla z ccQZvvavTls f 153 S'avazav kuhoi' dgzwavti n 44S ^ IG'I 
B 771 The middle form oecuis II (3 65 nvKivijv ii^zvrs-ro ^oiXrii 
Od. * . 782. 7}Qtvvovzo igmpa. Cf. also on (Ed. C. 71. 

267. TtttiSl the msH. T. vulg. Herui. Dind. Wund. Schn. Nek. icatoi Turn, 
Br. Erf. Hart. Which latter seems certainly prefecaUo, for Eurytus had 
certainly more than one child (266.}. The pitu'al might well be used of a 
single person, whereas the siugnlai could not possibly be used of mure 
than one. Translate 'with wife and child.' Od. 9, 199. 

«tti yvvatyti] ywcciinl zB Harl. yvinxivX (0111. %aV) Bice, evv yvvaivl (as 
eiv SoQBt avv aoicCSi)l\etm. ^tIi- (I) ywawJ Hart. Cf. Eia. Med. 11, Tro. 
392. Arist. I'l. 382. 6qS> tiv' inlzov ^qfnttog ■Ka9^tSovliBvov, \ iKfTrjgiav 
i%ovza, uBza zmv itaiSCav | xaX t^s yvvaiw?. 614, Ran. 1408. uvioq, rn 
matSC, JJ yvvjt. Horn. II. &' . 57. qj'. 460. 

It(] 'I'eC El. 471. jTiMpni' I SokS> fin -untQav ziivSc loiftijcui' eii. 
El. 66. BBT^ov &q laiifdv ht. (Eil. R. 1006. Eur. Air. 74^. lilwuq Sf 



xov% -^Xiaas TOWKOg, «AA', o&' dyvog ijv. 

tijv Ev^vtHkv ■ tovSs yaff fieraitiov 200 

fiovov /JpoTWJ' SrpttOxs tovS ciVKi jtK^civg ' 
OS avrow t'AS'ovr' eg dofiovs itptsriov, 

Sdaiig Boiai xijStuxai's In. Arist. Ach. 115C. ov j'l' iniSoifii ttv&iSog 
Siojisvov &c. AciBt. Ecol, 200. ^v oiv ijiol Jti&ijad-f, atod-}josB&' hi. 

258. Mvz] MOUM (supr. x ^ '»■ P""-) L. 

Kovj; ijlioidf ToSnoe] '<^nii Ae rfirf ncif iiUer in vain ('or rather render 
Bcdn) Ikia sayiaj/.' Soliol: iftaraimaev^ fiatatov slnir to i'ttog. Copied 
from Homer, II. «,' 737. ovS' aXiotce 8sloe (schol: fiBiffitOK Ino^qtse , 'nor 
did he hcrl his dart in vain'). Od. « . 104. aXla ^aX' ^ ovicioi i'azi Jiim 
vvov alyiovoio \ ovtt nags^ilfteiv aXXov Seov ov& altmaai. II. a'. S2-1. 
ni nonoi, ij ^ nltiov ntos iVpulov ij^cti mivqi. ta . 93. tffti ^ff ovS 
aliov ^nos ^tnnzm, ozxi xtv dn'fi, Od. ^ . 2B6. oaS ulaoexoTiiijv fij;i ;[?"- 
c^viog''AQt}e. Apoll.Rlini.ll76.fl«»'*'i>ei',ou*° aXCmcav 6S6v. (Eii.C.103. 

^Xitoai A. L. Aid. Turn. tjAtiBCi B. K. T. 

oS' ay fog 'Ji'] ' As soon as lie was purified,^ as soon as he expiated 
liy his full term of Bervitude the murder of Iphitas (270 f.l. Scliol: ori 
^yvia&ij ano tov ipovov, o ietiv, ote siiXijpaics zr/v vjisq iou tpovov 
SovXciav. Cf Ant. 889. ^(iSiV yog ctyvol tovtzI zi/vS , For the real eaiise 
of this eKpedition aee Wund. Introd. V. §. 2. 

259. /jiKJtro'p] ^Foreign.' Schol: av/ifiaxiiiov , oin I'Stov. Cf. .^seh. 
Sept. 580. etgdtsvfi,' i-naitzov ifi^spXrjKota. 1021. ezgaisvn' ixuxzov Sti- 
paXav ygti xoXiv. Eur. Ion. 290. ovu aaxos, fXX ixcmtoi i^ alXijg 
X^ovus- 589. (Ed. C. 1535. Soqos t ixantoi. This army consisted, ac- 
cording to ApoUodorus II. 7. 7, of Arcadians, Malians, and Locrians. Dio- 
dorua IV. 37 mentions only Arcadians. 

^'ereiHt jroliji] 'He goes against, invades.' V. Elmsl. ad Her. 374. it 
noXiv Ti^ttg. 'E^x^tai aeema corrupt. We should perhaps read iKxtQ&ti, 
or haoQ^ei, or aXuTta^ti (II. p'. 367.) For the narrative see Apollod. II, 6. 1 f. 

2fi0 — 80. The whole or a portion of this passage is probably an inter- 

260. iuvAe] I. e. Eurytits, contained in the preceding zrjv EtiQVTtiav. 
Cf 577. CEd. R. 1195. zltv aov Saiitora — oeiig &c. (Ed. C. 1070. Tiaaa 
S ogfiatai, — atSXtav a/ipaaig, ot &c. Ant. 1035. kojjAe /iKtttnqs | bjiqixk- 
los i5(it* tl/ii- zmv (sc. jiavrtiav) yivovs uiro ) s^i]H7c6Xi]aat. (Ed. C. 731. 
942. Ant. 1137. El. 196. 963. .a:sch. Sept. 173. ^vvotxos (l^i]v m yvvai- 
xflco ysvsf \ MQazovfra fisv yag (so. yvvij) &c. Herod. Vil. 8. jtvQioism 
Tce A^ijvas, 0? ye liii — vJt^g^av adixa noicvvxtg. Thiic. I. I3G. o 
Si — ipevysi — ig KiQKvgav, olv avtmv evigyiiiji- Cic. Fin. V. 6. 'Car- 
neadea nobis adkihenda diiiisio est — . Hie igltur vidil.' Cf. on (Ed. C. 942. 

(lettihtov^ The same almost aa ahiov both here and in 447. 1234. 
Its usual meaning is 'participator in, accessory to.' as in lEseh. Euni. 199. 
UVTOS ai zovzeiv ov lilzaitios JciXel, \ aXX fig to nav ^iiga^ag a>g ttav- 
ahiog. Cf. Eur. Snppl. 26. Herod. VII. 156. nczahiov zoi noUnov. 

262. avTov iXS-ovr' \ For the occasion and niotive of Kecenles' visit 
to Eurytus see Wund. Introd. IV. §. 1. 



(JG £O0OI<'AEO r2: 

^i'vov nalaiov ovta, zokla ftJv Xoyoig 

EJTfppo'&lJffE , ZoXla S' KTJJpK ipQSvl , 

CTioi. Kiim. 577. GS9. Suppl. 365. Cf. Horn. OA. y'. 234. ij iX9-wv anolic- 
&CU tfieitos. Apoll. llliod. I. 910. sqiECriot iv [ifYaQomcv. jEach. Ag, 
824. (ig jifXa&pa xal doftous iqstotiave (^qisowoj?) | ix&tiv. Eur. Med. 
713. dfjai di liBpji K«i tfufiois fqiECTiov. Cyel. 370. Sm/iazrov frpeeziove 

263 Itj-op Jialcioj'] '^n o/ii fnend Cf jn PLil. 425. jiaXaiog — 
ipiios 58(5 ipiloc iiiyiezos Aiiat Tl 1042 aej;Biap tpiliiv. Eur. Ale. 
213 ou * £( JTciatoe dto^iorais ^fioti, gjiios This ancient friendship 
aeema confirmed by the fict thit it was from Eurytus that Horculea 
lemnt his ikiU in the nse of the bow (Theocr XXIV 105 f. Apoll. II. 4. 
11 ), the former li ivjng learnt it from Apollo (Schol ad 11. i'. 392.). Homer 
nlso mentions thit there existed ■> close friendehip between Hercules 
iind IphituH the son of Eurytn>i, Od qj 27 os {HQajtlr/s) fiip {"iqitTOv] 
^eHvov iovra tiatEKtavtv ta hi ot'iioi 

TtoXXa ftsv — ] "benaus eat, TcoXXa itfa^^ioi -xai Xoysi [265 — 8) h«1 
''pyio (268 9),' obaervea Dobree, whu attei tp^svl would supply some verb 
from the opposite iTttQQO^tjet. 

2,6yots] Qu. ipoyotg- Those two words are often confiisetl (v. Valck. 
a<l PhoM. 207). But cf. Enr. SuppJ. 565, TioHovg vnsvipvyoie av av^qio- 
nmv ioyoiig (where v. Markl.). Aj. 501. loyote la^Toyy. Or Ktoiois 'cunoi- 
riis' (Ant. 413 &c.). 

264. Bergk ejects the woi'da ttolla — jiEgotf /iiv. 

Iji^ceofl'ija*! '-Ibiised, allocked, amailed' Sehol: aefoSgdq v^Qtanv, 
ij fig zijv TiatSottzwiav TWf awo MiyaQag liju/wv, jj ozi noXXaCs JiQmijv 
ofi^lijes ywcii^iv. Fr. 700. logos 3 uvavSai* Ix^vtav ins^qo^ti | aai- 
*oufl(v ovuaioiai i^v KSMinjiei'ijf . .^sch, Cho. 426, 456. Sept. 364. Per- 
haps: nol],K ftiv Xoyois \ iiti^BoQotat, noXXa S' a-ctjQa <pQBvl \ ipsyd. 

Xeywv iih 


■ — Cf Ant 415 
E yt 

iytftl mi 

.Hv (qu «v 

l ulea for having de- 
d made this a ground 

e & 

y Ih 

d It 





g f m 1 th 

1 t eat t 

h d f 
W 1 

1 d gll 
I t d IV 

For the details of 


& 1. 


",,? l\ Jf 1 

r rf 

Bl d Gl 

T ajDji^fi-. Cf. Ant. 


i- y 


.0 h 

E F 

158, 3. oTijea ylMflCK. 




6 ve 

7 3 1 

fQ i 

1(3 xo^oviitv^ <pQtVt. 




h w b tw 


<PQ I i 

I yots is liy no means 




roaik '^ 

I ee& 


terpreteris 'itlelenis 



d t q 

19 99 

I i Qe 9 ? An aiije« tpQfvi 



Wakef: "Nee 


m It d 1 


1 g urn quoque se ge- 

P ' 

H d W d d f 1 h 

mon reading, tinder- 


d g 
m f 


phi f 

h ly 


t fgy 

d d ('ma!/i menle me- 


J Ap th k 

tl PP 

implied in azijQi 



-pe iDb 

Id d 

ta d 

1 to be supplied from 


! tiQo»n Th 

PP bn 

1 ri E 

mentioned 266—8, 



7-e i 

t ^68-9 SI 


d HQ 


Z Qi'-t Cf. JEHch. Clio. 



i !<* <P9 

ipQfva and jipK are 


Xiffov x^&oiv n^v dig Ktpvxt' ^xav ^elrj 

tEd. C, 1340. el ca T^fif/ cviintf^c/ct^ati qjpfW (xff/ti). Or noXka d' 
v^giaev r^Qi. Or tluis: jiolla jliv loyoiq \ tjit^ed'ffjjoe Seiv' (or -av 
"■'"Ze ) ""^ KTijecs q'pEi'os. Or — IwEpjofl'jjffs oxtojifmr atijpct qiQsvi. 
The passage is certainly a perplexing one. The act here alluded to was 
his violent expnlsion of Hercules, when intoxicated (268 f.). See Schol. 
Eur. Hipp. 545. Schol. Horn. II. e. 392. ApoUod. II. h. 1L>. 

265. liyiDv} Uya> Harl. 

Xj^oivA. K. L. T. x^qX B. 

aq>tixt — ffilri] Cf. Phil. 105. lovg nqj-yntous Hni ■K^oniu.tiavTaq 

^Xiav} CTiviai' conj. Wakef. 

26C. Tov mv te%vmv\ So 525. zov ov jzQoeiisvove' KKoifriji'. Aj.442. 
■cay Salair tmv mv. Msch. Sept. G4G, Afrrat rav uv. Plat. Rep. HI. 
394 A. iii a Saupva. 

tav lav Tftiviav Xtlltoizo —J '//e was inferior to his own ekilriren in 
the trial of the boui', Schol: rouio CSiws' ov y«p ■tila^ov cvcazo fiovov 
nfQt twv ^aidmv iavxov, allit koI S&qov to^eiag ntpo^eis i^v 'loXijv, 
vimjuavit 'Sgais!.!!: ouk jjyyu'ijoe. Cf. Aj. 1245. ot Jtlji/ifit'toi. El. 474. 
jEsch. Pers. 336. (nj aoi ioxovttsv i^#s Xetqi9Jivat lidzVi Heroil. I. 99. 
^S avSoaya^l-qv Xeijcojiivoi. jEschin. in Ctes, p. 74. 41. el ttvog ajio- 
leirp&ijeezai tqs ScoQoSoHiag. On tlie children of Euryins see Wunil. 
Introd. IV, g. 2. Hosiod siiys there were four. Others mentiou two oi- 

Isinoizo A. T. Xiicotzo li. K. L. M. V. Schol. 

TtQog Tuloii xgCaiv] Tipos za^ov Qvaiv (Igvoiv) couj. Hervv. Cf. El, 
684. SQOftov — ov Tcgcozij nereis- 

267. qimvft (ipiovei^ L.) iJe S'oiXog avSgos a>g iXev9eQov gaioizo the 
mss. rpmvsi Si — Br, Vauv. qitsvelg Si SnvXag duSQOS Kvt iXtv^igov 
— Herni. Dind. Hart. Nauck. ipavelg — i^ iXtv^fgov conj. Nauek. aatl 
3l SoiXog avSgog avz' iXiv&igov — Wund. I. e. 'And Ikut like a slave 
instead of a free man he wan knocked about (by Eurystheus).' Or ' — beaten 
(hy Omphale).' Schol: Xfijcn i] iijcd" cog vno Htv9'eQOV avSgog v^f/i^oito. 
Uyei SI zov Evi/va9ia. Wiinrier compares Aj. 1021. ziXoe S' alamos 
y^g ajiOf/Qiif^^eo^ai , \ Sovlog loyoieiv dvz' IXev^igov tpave^g. Phil. 
995 f. Aj. 502 f. (Ed. E. 1491. (A^d Aj. 1362. ^ftSe ov BovXovg z^Se 9^' 
fi^pa ipavsi^g. Xen. Mem. I. 3. 21. Sovlog elvat avz' iX£v»i(/ov. Tr, IAS. 
eag rig dvzl naQ^evov KXti&^ yTivi]'.) Aud for aasl he cites Ant. 653. 
EI. 234. See his Emend, p. 22— 6. Musgr: 'ynod ab hondne libera (Eto'n- 
stkeo) midearetur.' Neue wrongly connects SovXog avSgog IXevO'egov. If 
o)s be correct, which however I do not think is the case, the genitive 
avSgog iXtv^^^ov innst depend on gaioizo. So Pliil. 1135. TtoXvy-rixavov 
drSgog igiaaii. Cf, on Pliil. 3. The Scholiast unilerstands vno. Qu. aesl 
Si iSovXog avSf/og ^| iXevS'SQov \ gaioito. Or {jitita SovXog dvSgog 
£0S iXev^iQOv —. Or viotl Si SovXog avSgog dvz' Hev&'igov ! qi&fi- 
Qoizo. Or yaic-frfls Si SovXog (Jrc^pus avz' hev9egov \ ificiivoizo. ller- 
m«im'a eiiionihiticm seems more salisfiicfiirj' Hmii Winider'n. Heriu; "Qmuii 

,y Google 



iQQi^ev ixTog avtov. av i'xav xoXov, 
ag Jxir' av&is"I<pirog TiQvv^iav 

jTpot; xKixvv, L%xovg vo^ddag ^^i-x^oOxoTtiav, 
tor' aXkoa' avrov omia Qutiqa dl vavv 

(pofEiS in ifBivii iiiutntum osBOt, ;i(Iditum est ag, expulBuiiiqiw dciiulo 

ifiavti {ipmvti L.) the HISS, ipiovit Br. Vauv. rpaviii Horn. Dinil. Hart. 
Sehn. Cr. Ai. 1020. tfoSioe l6yoimv avx' iXev&igov iparsis- Tr. 452, 
mp^ijaii Kcmos. 

as the mas. avz' Herm. Wimd, Diiid. Hart. Selin. 

268. guioiTo] TIlb imiierfect optntive. Gl: ^S-ii^oito. WakefieU reiul- 
era: 'hot* knocked about.' Horn. Od. ^'. 325, oimot unoiKTas I pciOjUiiiou, 
Jts fi' ^'epatji' nlntog 'Evvoei'yatoe- jEbcIi. Prom. 189. oiaii tuu'iij ^ai- 
o9^. 236. iiftpedMi&fi'THS. Heiiec ^amx^Q 'a kanmer.' Qn. if&iC^otzo 
(i. q. ^Qgat) ^wandered about.' 

S 'n 1 ' 4t supper.' Cf, ou (Ed. R. 779. ^v Siiavotg vafgnliie- 
a- ft «-ij 

ra^ o , Aid. Turn. Herm. Sclin. avaiifvog Pots, EIiiieI. Diiid. &<-. 

S F d Bnecli. G8G. otvtajilvae (cii'. Elmxl.), wlierc )ic compares 

iliJ 8 Is m/iivas (^|oi». Elmsl.). 1280. o^fiwyfifPOi' (ojfi. Elmsl.). 
.1 o g oa w Tg. EliiiBl,). ,^sch. Suppl. 414. rnvrnfifvoii (al. o^jj.). 
P Gfl ma eoqjotiv Wan. moat mas,). Eur. Cycl. 226. i^aiSqriOta. 

C p a A 897. aiant' (ofj. the niss.). Plat. Legg. TI. p, 776 C. 
d B) etyt he heat digs d o vtofievoq Ig MI 81^ C Katravat 

^ o a alg.). Foil x VI 21 So viaiisvos St vel xctro vaaevo 

a U a lov u oivianivms og Kgat vog Aa tl e n gmeut a recog seil 
in the preterites of olKTSiQio o so o/fto^ta ofoftn oixoiia lee o 

reason, obaerves Elmalej-, wlj t 9I0 Id ot e extendej to al ba le 
ginning in oi. Cf. on Aviat, Ean 143 

269. hios aviov A, B. K L ttuw ixtos T ^en 

av fjliw xolov] 'For lofticA lMn(/s entertmmRy anger, Gl. on (Ed. 
R. 698. DTOti Jroii — fi^riK ToeijWe — CTijcas ej;*is- Ant, 1177. jict(iI 
p,ijviacis <p6i>ov, Aj, 41. iioiffl Pdeur^sis tav Ax'i^fimv onlav, Horn, 
Od, a. 70, KvxImTcos xi%6l,iacai. 

270. avd'ii] '■Back again' Aj. 1363. <Ju. ^j ?m£'&' vt'oq''lifiroq &e, 
Tigfi'fl'^ai' mjos jiiniii'] Cf. 1151. So *Xizvs HuQvriaia Ant. 1145. 

271. Ejmoug] The same is related bj Pliereo.ydes ap. Schol. ad Oil. tp. 23. 
.Tnd Diodor. IV". 31. Others mention oxen as being stolen: see Apollod. 
II. 6. 2. 

laaovg voiiaSas] Fr. 110, i/o/iag — I'latpog, 

^Itji'oOMOJiffli'] .^Bch. Clio, 226. l%voaY,07tavaa r iv ettfioiai lots 
ifnits. &g. 359. UixvEveai. The middle form occurs Aj. 997. dianav 

272. ' T/ien mheii he had hit eye turned in one direetion, and his thoughts 
in onetlier (i. e, wlien he was off his guard) Ac' So Theognis 87. fiij 
fi' ^Tltaiv (liv OTtgys, voov S' ?%f nai gigivag aXh/. Eur. Pliten. -MS. 
loyotat xaC^tt, tqv Si vovv tuna' "xf- 1427. tot voiiv ngog ait'av 


fQyov d' fxnrt tovSs jiriviaas «vft| 
6&ovvtx^ avtov (lovvov dv&Qoinojv do^ci 

ouK ^x"*"} fMS'te 5^. Pl'it. Theiig-. 129, aviaci) — i7iiT.i]gijaai allnne riiv 
voiv ?xiivia. Arist. Kq. 1031. ixiTijgav, \ i^iSftai Bov lovipov, otan av 
5ro( alloae xasxTjq. Ion. 1370. Imiei zov voiiv Sovs. Ampbis Stob. I'lor. 99, 
25. Snov Tis aiytf, «f("oj xal rbv vovv fxn. CatiiU. 63, 15. 'Nos alio 
mettles, olio dmisinais aures.' Or there may be no opposition intentleil 
between aXloas nnd 9-atega, and the sense may simply be: 'ui/ien lie hail 
liis eye turned in another direction ^ and his thoughts elseuiliere.' Wliicli 
seems preferable, and so explains the sthol; aiXaxone lov yoiv ^hoitk, 
KHt ovSiv Suvov meCaia&ai jiQoeSoKavTa. For the narrative cf. Diodor. 
IV. 31. Tovcov iiiv (Iphitns) ava^ifiaeag 6 'Hgmtl^q inC ziva nvQytiv 
«0ijio>' i'tiXsvBsv aipOQav fiij Ttov v^/ionivai ruyjiwi'ouoti' ' ov Swaiie- 
vov 8i KazavoijUttt tov 'iqilrov, rpijoas atiTor ipfvSeis j!ttt))'"««9'«' ^>iv 
v.lo7Crjv xateKQ^fiviafv ano tov jcvqvov. Pherecyd. ap. Sehol. Horn. 
Od. ip'. 23. ApoUod. II 6. 2. rov Si 'H^anlia ftijj^iw^ nvi K<tl ezQatijyia 
avvtrptlxvaafisvov ttntov aysiv fig fji/HpijfiPOji teix'>i ""i vaTagQiipai. 
SiK TO jipos avTov fjsii' fyjtlijjiffi xkI tbv icariga., ozi TeXevtrjeavti 
avxp xov a&lov inv '/diijj' yufistV ovv, ^Staxav, alX' aziiiaaavrig avi- 
jiflf^av. Ibid. 'HgafX^s is vjiKSXVittai M«i. ^svtiet ftiv ccvrov (IpUitus), 
liovglg Si av&ig a^b zmv TigvviHiov tsQitpfv avzhv thxsiov. 

SUoe' — oiifta — ?rovta] El. 147*. (njutt' ulloag axonu. Avist, 
Eq. 1032. otav ev Ttot alloos x^^^VS- 

9axh^ B, T. Turn, friji^e^ A, K. R. Aid, fi-ijije? Harl. fr^ripai L. 
I. e. T^ titQa, 'in the opposite direction.^ The trne reading is ^ar^ga 
(or &or.). Thorn. M. p. 121. taoavretg xal inl S-rjXvMOv atiga, oo Orert- 
e«. aXX' IjiI ffotiM^s 9tttit)a. Cf. on (Ed. R. 782, (Ed. C. 497, Avist. 
Av. 1365, Ei:r. Hipp. 905. Ehes, 450. Henioch. Stob. Flor. p. 169, Grot. 

273, ^«e] ISme eonj. Mein. Sebol: lSie%fvg£. — ^jiov Wakefield, 

nvgymSovg aXaxogl Toweiing mmnit for height). Sehol: vijiriloh oqovs- 
Aj. 1-220, aKQciv vji'o ^Xdaa Zowtov. Ph. 1430. Ofijje jtltoicts. Ion. 1286. 
TJagvaaov TtXoiieg. 

274f. Phereoydes I. c. Xiyizai Sh <og Kyara^x^aag o Zskj Jnl xy 
^(voxxovia Tigoaixa^tv 'Eqi^j/ Xa^ovta xov 'HQUKlia xral^eat SCit-tiv xov 
ifovov. xov Si ilq AvSCav ayayovxa rj tiai' tontov (laatXevovei^ Oji- 
fpttXy Soiirat xqi&v Tijit]9ivxa jtsXavrtav. Diodoriis (IV. 31.) and Apol- 
lodoms (IL 6. 2.) state that it was the Delphian Apollo that bade Heronles 
serve Omphale. Zens speaks by the mouth of his son Apollo. Cf, on 
(Ed. R. 498. 

275. 'OlvllTiios A. B, K. L. Harl. ovXiiiiJiiog (or ovl.) T. 

277, 6»ovviv'\ 'Th/il'. Contracted from Sxov SvtKa. So on means 
equally ^i/iat' and 'because.' Compare ar9 mi', av9' cxov. Connect 
ijvicxtxo oS'OWfx brooked that. 

(louvoi'] ^oVQv K. L. Qn. fldlotffif avvsyC kvtov Bv&gdnav fiovov. 

fiovvov av^-Qmiiwv^ I. e. alone of those whom he had slain. 


^^g^rssi,is^w£S^:':^wi!irifiBssi^siE!:(^ss%^---:^'M'i7^^^- -j5^?s?^5;*jsaw.^id^H5»MJ5 


Ztu's tiiv evviyvto ivv Slxri %Bi^ov(iivip' 

v^Qiv ynQ ov 6T£Qyov0tv ovS% daiiioviS- 280 

xsivoi d' v7tBQ%HovTEs ix yXtSoGtjs xaxtjg 

KVTol fiiv"AiSov Titevtsg ^i^^' -oixiitOQeg , 

jro'Atg Si dou'/ij' rdeds S' kSjuq sieoQag , 

278, tl yaQ — ] 'Fur if he had openly retaliated.^ 
ri/tvvaTO A. K. L. T. ijfui'iisro B. 

279. Cf. Ant. 926. -Escb, Sappl. 216. tlSas av alcciv r^vSl avyyvoiij 

i' vv the mss. Tav Erf. &c. av Reisk. y av Walt. Cf. Elmsl. .-ui 
(Ed. C. 1357. Pors. ad Med. 863. Monk, ad Hipp. 443. Blomf. ad Sept. 179. 

XrtQOviiilpra] ' Fur otmgidshittg him,' 

2S0. Suspected by Zippmann and others. Perhaps an inter poUtion. 

upptp] ' Conliaaely ,' such as that of Eurytus. Cf. El. 595, akV ov 
T<lp ovS\ vov^erttv ^^sati af. Eur. Hipp. 1410. Sactiv' ov yng oaSf 
yqs vjco t6<pov &c. 

ovSs SaCfim'Ss] 'Not even the gods; more then men. Cf. 126. 367. 

281. >tst>oi S'\ Eurytus and his faiiiily. Cf 252 

KEtVot #' — avTol fiii- — jto'lis S\ — ] Cf (Ed R 1459 Aj 1386 

vitt^X't.iovzsq ix yioJiieijs hkk^s] 'i^y reason of lAetr eveessive vtant 
onrtess in reviling (tnilh an eoil tongue).' Schol: vTCegtgi^riaavtcs ii) m«& 
HQtixlfovs XoiSoQi'a. Cf. vntQxoluv Arist. Lys 694 

vnSQxliovtie L. pr. niid in lemm. seliol. Dind Wund Sel n Hirt 
N<i?[. vTciQxkiSmvzee L. corr. a m. ant. Aid. Turn Br Herm Wander thinlts 
Zliuv more poetic than z'^^Sav. Cf. Blomf. Gkas Choeph 131 Xlisiv 
occiurs .^sch. Cho. 136. Snppl. 233. iyxXieiv Suppl. 893 fSilijuir iyxUtu 
ayav). jniaaB Prom. 973— 4. Suppl. 813, Fr. 433. Arist. Lys. 640. Macho 
Athen. p. 577 E. tiaztyxXiSmans ra fiaeiltC. But it seems to me that an 
aorist, rather than a present, is required. I should therefore prefer iJ^tf^- 
xUaavtei. Some (Heath, Musgr. Billerb.) mark a comma after vne^x^'^' 
S&vteg, and none after ««ki)s. Bergk thinks something has slipt out 
before this tine. 

h ylaaaiis] i| v^Qte {i« yiwccis in inarg.) K. Qu. Ik yvtijirig. 

232. liutol ji'sv — iro'lis Si SovIti] I, e. '/lave brought at once deUruc- 
UOTt upon tkemselnes, and bondage upon their country.' So .^sch. Prom. 227. 
efiKiS Si SovXatg TaQtagov ftelKfi^aO'ijs | K«iifffnai' Kalvnrst rov naXai- 
yivh Kqovov. 

AiSov — otK-^zoqeg] Cf. l\&i..''AiSov qi&^iitvos o^KijTwe. Aj. 517. 

283. Si] rs Lenting ad Med. 196. 

T«a3£ d'' Ko^iEp siaog^g — } On this kind of attraction see Matth. 
g. 474, Cf. (Ed. R. 449. zov uvSqu zovtov, ov ndXai JijitiTs — ovtog 
leriv h&aSi. (Ed. C. 1150, Horn. II. «'. 418. t^vlanitg S' «s EfpsBi, 
tjoiag , I owns xfupiuEi/ij qvszki etgatov ovSi tpvXuaan. n. 68. BOUQijr 
Tjv aqa — , riiv he. Hymn, in Cer. 68. \tovgriv tnv itsvov — , rijg aSiviiv 
om' cKouoa &o. Eur. Or. 1645. 'EAej'ijji fihv, tjv av SioXiaai nqo^vfios 
av I ^fiaeces — , 1 tjS' eOTtv, tjv ogars. Bacck 202. Tro. 37. Arist. PI. 
201.^on:<»s iyw rijv Svvaptv, ^v HjUfjs ipati \ ^rtiv jie, TavtT}g Sssjiotttg 
yBfijuofiKi. Lys. 408. cu xpinrojid*, tov OQiiov, oj? ^itta-nsvaaas — , fi ^a- 


irpEtr\ iya te ntazog raw xsiva, TsXm. 

lofos in^mroniiv iv row ip^uitEOS. Solon; Jilouiov d' op t^fv SAot 
S-Bol, JiBQayiyvetat avSgl \ I'fiitJ^os. Herod. II. 106. r«K 9i otijlres, «ife 
r<TiK — Staaiargis, at fiiv Jiifuwfs ooxeri ipuivovTai iciQtsovaai. Daniel 
Vm. 20, (LXX.) lov Kptop, Of lUts, lov EVfiro! to; xe'pacK, ^aaiXtvq Afij- 
^sw Hffi negaaiv hxi. S. Mftttli. Ev. XXI. 42. tov U^ov, <iv antSoyii^a- 
eav of olyioSoaovvtse, oSios Jyfvijd'j) sli -utrpaXiiv yayviag. &. Mark Ev, 
VL 17. ov lyw ttJt^KeipaXiaa 'le>dw^v, ovrog ^yfpfrjj. Plant. Amph. IV. 
1. 1, 'Naucratem quern eoneenire wlid, in naai nan erat,' Oapt. L 2. I, 
' Istus caplivos qiios emi, hit indito catenas.' Prol. 1. 'Hoi i/uos vide/is 
iliire hie eapthm duos, \ Uli qui mtant, M slant ambo, non sedent.' Epid, 
III. 4. 13. 'Islam queia quneris, ego sum.' Virg. Mn. I. 573. "■Urbem quain 
statuo, veslra est' Catull. X. 28. '/stud quod modo dixeram me habere, I 
fu/jit me ratio.' Cic. Epiat. Pam. XIII. 28. 3. 'illud quod supra aeripsi, 
id —.' Petron. 'Naue adolescenlem quern vides, itaio astro nalus esl.' Tkat 
in some of these passages there is really an attraction by appoaition, is 
evident from Horn. II. £ . 306. Uv^QOfiiixri, fl-uyauni fiSyaX^toQog 'Htilia- 
vai, \'Hsz{oiv ok ^vatsv — . In others the accusative may ha coiisidBr- 
ed as 'abiolntus' or 'pendens,^ So we say, 'But as for tliese if-c' 

284. fj oXjiitav] 'From being Imppy.' 'OX^itov is fern., not neuter. 
Instead of some sneh expression following as SvetvzeCs yevo/iepai, the 
sentence takes another tnrn, and its eqnivalent SSijXov (jjpouoat §iov is 
substituted for it. ^ Cf. 619. ^dgig — i| dicX^e tfml^. 1075, vvv S' iv 
TOiovtov &riXvq evQijaai TaXag. (Ed. R. 454. Tvq>loi yuQ ix SeSoquo- 
tos &c Phil. 720. evSaiiiiov avvOEi ««t iifyag Ik neivtov. Ant. 1093, 
Xcvuijy lfa> | iijfS' ix ntXaivi}e aitrpt^aXlo(iat TQi%a. Fr. 713. t^ re^ij- 
Xov — fej;er«t via. Aj, 277. -Esch, Cho. 256. ajco aiiiKQoo S' av agnas 
liiyav. Eur. Hec 55. ^iis in -cvQavvtitar Sopiiav \ SovXttov jjfiag tldse- 
Her, 830. ix yag corviovs 1 ^^totof ix^gov avSga SvarvxovvS'' ogav. 
Tro. 497. ««v tccSoi xohae Ix^tv \ gvcoiai iiiorotK fiamU-Atav ^k deftviiov. 
Arist. Ran. 1011, aXX' sh rgrjoiaiv xal yevvaCav ^.o^^rigozatovg ani- 
dii^aq. Av. 799. t| ovSevog \ jitydla xodtrsi ('from being nobody he 
has become a great maa'). Isocr, p. 100. fg aSo^rov fihv ytvM&ai Xaji- 
ngoig, h asvijteiv Ss aXovaiotg. p. 202 C, avtov (isv i| tStdtov xvgav- 
vov KHifOiJjcf. Sallust Jug, c, 10. 'Romauos ex amieis maidssiiiios feHsti.' 
Qu, l| olpt'ou y kJijIoii— , or ii 6X§iav i!%ovcai ftdl' aSnXov. 

aSnlov] 'Uueiuiiahlc, mretcked.' El. U55. I. Eur. Iph, T, 610, d^qXa — 
KouK ivSuCiiova. 

fvgohaat] 'H/teing found, obtained.' Cf, <E(1, C. 1077. Suva <f' fu- 
govea itgog ai^afumv ^«&>j. The active, as iu Eur. Phoen. 411, no9ev 
S' i^ocnov ngiv yafiotj ftifftt" ^iov; Pind. 01. VII, 163, SvSqcc ti nug 
^Qitav EvpoVro;. P, II. 64. dnsigova So^av svqsCv. Cf. on 25. Blonif 
ai. Prom. 14G. 

285. Ttoais ti aoe vulg. Wund. Schn. Herm. Dind. Nek. Tcoeig yf ahs 
Erf. ^roctg y' o oog Br. 

286. ^qjE^t J 'Enjoined.' Schol: svtzfiXazo. Suid: iq)ii:to. ijie- 
zalXtio. Aj. 116. aol S' iipiejiai &c. 970. tovSi aoi jiilitv iipieto. El. 


71' m'l'OK/iKors: 

(}f%il irnzgaG) Zfjifl tijg tildaeag, 

fp^ovH viv oig ^lovjrK " tnmo yccQ Xnyov 

^nKXov xrAms Afx^fVros r^SiiiTov xXvciv. 230 

XOPOS rrNJIKilN tpaxinisin. 

Tcov fifv TtKQOvtav, ta Si %Eitv0(iivri fiOya. 

1111, alia (loi yiQiav tqitit — ayyiiXai &c. 51. (Ed. K. 766. 1055. 
Pliil. 619. 770. So iLi»(ito above 197. 

iya S% vulg, Herm, Wiin.r!, Dind. Schn. lyra t* Wnk. Br. BeneH. Si;k. 
Cf. 334, ws oil »' of fl-«ljis I cns-iSiii, lyd n (Jy<a Sh vulg.) rn^Sni' 
^gregK^ Ti^w. Cf. on 143. 493 f. and on Ant. 1036. 

jTurros ">»' ■n^eivia] 'Being obedient to (in oliedieiice luj him.' Fr. hb:\. 
ci.7i.iazos (i. e. K7c*td'i;s, Hesj-oh.). 

287. avthv d' Iksivov] ' B«t ns for Mm fl92J hlaiself.' Cf. Arist, PI. S;i. 
eKetvos avTOii — AvzozaTog. and on Ecel. 328. 

reyva a-ii(iaia] 'Sacred offerings.'' Cf. 339 f. 

288. TiatQmat Zi]vi\ I. e. yti'fS'iioj, as Hernianu espliiins. ApolTo, 
wc know, was worsliipped under this title at Athens; not so Z«ii9, as PUtu 
uxpressly tells us. Consult Spanhem. and Herm. ad Arist. Nub. 1470. 

iqs aldoitog] 'Far (in return for) the i-apliire.' We may suppl.v, if 
we please, za^tv, ?p£«k, iinjp, or the like. Cf. 269. Matth. §. 364. 

289. qtQovfi viv rag ij^ovia] Cf. El. 1370. qiporr^Js^'* (oj tovtois — 
littTovittvoi. Phil. 415. tag ^ijMfi ovTa iis£vov Iv qiaei. voii. 8L0. aaipiog 
rp^ovEi (iiivoivtd fie). (EiL E. 848. For the repetition of the pronotin vtv 
after intivov cf. on (Ed. R. 248. 718. El. 1264. Aj. 281. Enr. Iph. A. 461. r^* S' 
nv zdXaivav ■JtaQS'4vov, ri naQ&evov; \ AiS^jg viv, tog ^otxe, vvaftvnft 
raxK. Arist. PI. 149 — 52. «ai taf y' eraiQog tpaai rag KoQivQ'iag, otar 
n'cv —, I Tov TZQtoKTov ttVTitg tvS'vg <os TOVTov zQCTieiv. Herod. 11. 102, 
naQ«!isiiliaa,Evoe lov TOjitoug, rou sni zavToiai ytvofievov ^aailiog, tw 
ouvofia )]i' StucaoTQii, tovtov iivijiiijv jiottjeoiiai. Matth. {j. 472, 1. 
Hartdng reads <pg6vet eaipais ^Iovtw. Perhaps ipQovti rax ag rj^ovta. 

<PQ6vi-t\ ipQovilv (aec. siipr. o a m, rec, and a double dot under liv) 
L. Gl, T: fQovu. iigooSoKK. 

290. xaiiof lejA'tiiTOg] 'Having been delioered auspiciously {in mispi- 
cious words).' Qu. xalov — . 

291. Cf. <Ed. C. 1290. Krel tavr' nqo' vftoiv pouA^oojtaf — xvgBi^v Ifioi. 

292. rm« flip nagovziav — ] I. e. 'both from lehal is present before you 
and from what you have learnt by report.' Lit. ' Some tldngn indeed being 
present [namely Lichas with the captives), &c.' Tonp and Wakefield road 
Ttt iiiv nagovTiai!. CJh. la /itv y opojaij (or ISovaij), or t« piv pi{- 

T^ eh the Diss. Aid. Turn. Br. i« Si Seal. Herm. Dind. &<:. 

ntnvajisvrj the mss. wiKvaiiivri Toup. Qr. Herm. &c. Similar variations 
of case often occur. So Phil. 170. fii) ton «riSop.ivov pgoiwv fiij^i evv- 
Tfo^of Djift' ix<ov. Ant. 383. Thitc. I. 2. tijg IfiJioQias owm ovaijs oiS 
hti^iyvvvtfs allijloig. 



acoe S' ruiz tyia xai^Qin^ av, Kvdgos fiiTi'j;^ 

jto^XjJ 'at Kvayxij tySe rovto awTifax^iv. 
oficos d' i'vsOri totSiv sv 6xo«ov(i^voi,s 
tfiQ^Btv rov ev TtQftaaovra, firj Sfpak^ tioxe. 
Fjiol j'Kp oixTOg Sftvos eiohjii], tpCltu, 

Xoya A. K. L. }.oyiav B. T. V, 

294.')ieSin' iifi'**"! 'This (good) foHime.' Cf. 152. Aj. 792. 

navSCKOi ipQivi\ ^ JVil/i a feeling atlogelher right, vtitk all Justice.' 
Meinelte: "JI«i'*ikoe ipgi/v est animus auinmo jure id quod agit agens." 
Wnnder explains: 'lolo animo.' Connect tliis witii xaigotftt, Cf, Aj.635. 
For navSixip Hartung gives itavSUiog. Naucfc suspects' navSiKiii tfiQtvC. 

295. ^on^ 'at' A. K. Hftrl. Aid. Br. Elmal. ad Med. 981. &c. jroll^flr' 
KVayitijt L. noAlif i' B. T. nolXr, S' V. Turn. noUrt y Valcli. ad Phcen. 
1668. Heatli. Erf. Apita. Cf. on (Ed. C. 293. Ei. 309. Eur. Hec 390. 
Arist. Pae. 373. anaa ttvayv,ii 'ax' (y' nl.) ajto&avitv. Elmsl. ad Med, 981 . 

rgSe xovto awTqiinv] 'Thai tklt {to zalQiiv) should accord with 
thin (wpalti i^*').' Or, 'That this should accord (liU run together) in Ihh 
icffy,' i. e, Hh'ni Ihln should he so.' Gl. A: TtiSe. ovxa. Waltefield under- 
stands v^St of Deianira, as in .305. &c. Hart; irode zovzo avfinpiQstv. 
"I. e. ty evtvxtt lozv lo nor^esti'." (Mein.) The passage appears tur- 
nipt, and is suspected as an interpolation by VVund. Dind. Berg];. Nauek. 
Qn. t^Si tov9' ooKos ?zsiv. 

avvtQixHvl av/niffairstv V. avpupsosiv Van. Haft. Cf. Eur. Ion. 559. 
aifa Sqt' ixii p.' ^fpvaas; ■— Ta XQOva yt owirefitt. Herod. I, 54. 
ajiiporigiov Is i»fl«io at yvaiiai evviSQajiov. .^scli. Fr. 386. aXf.' ovze 
nolXa rpcufiffir' h atCQvoig la^av \ Qv/iOkii tig, ei /lij Tigjia avvrgi- 
loi ^iov. HvvtQiXHv is used witli the dntive of a thing below 880. CEJ. 
C. ISO. 

296. ofias S'] Mfti. liijv Suid. v. Tae^Ef. 

fVfOTi — taePeifl ' There is room for apprehension.* Cf. on PIi. 1270. 
Schol; yva>i).oloyii oQtoOK rns alxnoXmrovg. "'Kal tovto zovjiog sazlv 
ay@Qog ^fKpgovos {svqrQ. cod,), | ot«v valag TCQacay ztg, fhitC^iiv xaKn." 

zotaiv iJi oxoTiotififi'Oisl 'For (in the Jtidgment of) those who consider 
leell.' For this sense of the dative ef. on Aj. 1282. (Ed. K. 619. yiaXag 
IXe^sv tola§ovjiiva aieitv. The middle anoaiia&eti 'to reflect in one's 
mind, with one self '' occuis also (Ed. R. 964. So 6Qia(i£Vjj 306. 

297. -raQ^eCv iop su itQmaovta] 'To fear as regards him who is pros- 
peivus.' The nsnal Attic construction for TaQ^£i:v fiii o tv TCQiiaoiov 
arpaXfi Tcort. Cf. 97. 321. Enr. Hoi. 1395. 3iSoixa ydg be, fir) tig limeaav 
no%og I nsCcri p,e&tCvai aiip,' Ig oiSpa tcovuov. Plaut. Eud. II. S. 59. 
'Earn veretur ne perierit.' For the sentiment cf. Hot. Od. II. 10. 13, 'Spcrai 
infestis, metmt seeundis, \ e/leraat sorlem bene praeparalum \ pectus.* 

298. s'fiol yag oixTog — tiai^t}] So (Ed. C. 372. deijl^E totV rpiff- 
a^lioiv fpts Mffnii. Fr. 678. slsfQx^''"'- f-f'' it^voiv jiXtara yivti. Phil. 
1111. c'llXa not KffKOJtK — vnlSv. Eur. Iph. A. 1680. aly'og S' l/iol ■/ 



74 ^O'POKyiEO rji: 

fit xqIv (ilv ri0f(V j'l t'Afyd'f'jicjii tGag 
avS^av, ZRVvv He SovXov lOxovOiv ^lov. 
(0 Ztv XQOTtaU, ft>j TCOT BlaiSoijiC <?e 

ov fiiitgov dayu qrQfvL Also Hipp, 1087. ov yaQ us oiiiioe arj? li 
vnifilttai fpvffie. Orest. 1663. natiot /i leyei Seijia fiij &c. Iph. A. 
491. ttllots t^ fl eitos T^s talancmsov xogiis | sieril^s ovyyeveiav iv- 
voov/iivifl. (Which passage is probably corrupt.) Suppl. 2S6. ku^f yuQ 
Sifjld-i Ti. Herod. I. 8fi. rra tfj KQoiaa — lofJfl'ftV ~ to tov Suloivoi. 
III. 14. a^iai tt Kaii^van 'hsl^etv oUt6v ztva. VI. 138. «al c?>iOi pou- 
ikEvofiivoiai Sttvov II ieiSvve. VII. 46. Plat. R«|>. I. p. 153. sias^xstKi 
avtm Sfos HCfi tpQOVTte tccqI ov SfiitQoa9sv ovk sta^si. Theaet. 147. C. 
ofoi' Hal avzois ^jifv Svayros eleijX&f. D. -^niv — sla^l^i rt toiovrov. 
LyH. 318 C. ovKolS' ono^fv jxoi — vjioipia da^X&iv. So in Livy. 
'ineessernt earn cvpido,' and 'incessil paCribus cura.' Valck. ad Plictn. 1379. 
Cf. on Aj. 1J82. Matth. §. 402. c. 

otmos Suvog\ 'A strong feeling of pity,' Pii. 965. — oixios the inss. 
oKvog Wakef. (coll. 181. k}. 139.) Eff. Perhaps rightly. 

299. Enl |tnjs JoJeres] fJ^i- Is'^IS, JliJe^C conj. Keislt. Wah. Qii. — 

300. ao^KOttg] (JoiTKODg t' Bened, Cf. (Ed. R. 1506. (tjj oqif jisQUSijg 
I «TO>X''e Wfoydpooe /yyfi'ttg ffiZfli(i*'i'as. 534. koikov iiiio(*>)Btv. But Herod. 
III. 146. hpaXlovttts ti as «tcl avotyiov (sic) Tioieivtag. 

301. fiioiel 'Probably: Cf. 314, Phil. 180. ouros -nQatroyoviov i'staq 
o{*<av ovSsvoq vaxtgog. 

303. avSqav] Perhaps ofiiojv. Cf, Pliil. 180. 
Sovlov — ^iov] Cf. 53. yvtiiiaiai SouXaie. 

303. 0) Zeil TpojiKTt] Schol: tt!ror(>EJiint£, nXs^ina-xs. Lat. 'averrunre: 
Ant, 143. Zijvl TjowKt'oj. Eiir. El. 676. m Zsv xcccg^e Kai tgoTcai' fiS-giov 
sjiav. Spanh. ad Arist, PI. 359. Markl. ad Siippl, 647. Weasel, ad Diodor. 
XVII. 116. For the accent Tpojiaros v. Eust. ad II, m'. p. 818, 21. 

ju; jioi* — 1 Similarly Evir. Hipp. 528. iiij fioi nozs aav mbmqI qiavti'ia, 
I fii;*' aggv^iiog ^l&oig (sc.'EQmg). Ale. 997. juij fiot, Ttorvta, fiei^mv | 
fi^otg ^ 10 Jrolj/ Ir ^10). jEsch. Prom. 389. loiad' i^' i^^QOvg tois 

304. tovjiov — aitcQii ] Observe this expression in the mouth of a, 
female. 8o .^soh. Suppl. 147. 157. enegfire eifivag wiya ^az^ot. 282. 
'AQfttai yivog \ i^evzojiea^a, aasQiiaz' evzixvov 0oog. Ear, Med. 793. 
alia XTaviiv abv imeQiia zoX/i^attg, yvvai; (Where Elmsley has quoted 
the above passages.) 

%mgr)aavxa Jtoi] 'Inaading in any quarter.' Cf. Phil. 396. oz ig zovS' 
'AtQiiSSiv Sptiie n&a izmgH. CEd. R. 619. Erf. conj: j^cDpiJffm'i* iyra (or 
-za /lot). The expression is a strange one. Qu, urivtaapt' ayav, or fijj- 
vCaavzK nov (or %i). Or thus: /iiJkot' liaiSot/i iyia — xaq-qaav-cit (or 
litjviaarza) ai. 

304. «ot] Bi) Harl. 'In any lUreciion, in any quarter,'' i. e. ' upon any nf 
my children: Schaef.: 'quoquam: 



ovtag iya SsSotxa tkhS' 6qo[ibv71. 
(0 dvatfiXatva, riq wor' si vmviSov; 
kvccvSqos ^ TBXVOVdGa; -JtQog ^\v yag tpvGi.v 
itavzav aiteiQO^ tav^s , ysvvaia fti tig. 

305. ftij*' ~] We may supply Sqaaitas or Sqaaiis from Sqixohs- 
V. Pors. ad Orest. 1035. Cf. Phil. 115. oii El. 1434. 

iJloSs ys ^laajiq fn\ Cf. Aut. 3. By iqo3j she means herself 

306. o(K»fi.sji?jl The middle, as in 909. elisoQtoii,ivij. Ant. 594. opmfiai. 
Pint. Lucull. 42. ot ztiv Jlofiinjfou Svvajiiv v^oQiiji-fvoi. And so often 

307. riTs moi* «t viaviSav;} So 310. tiVos — Beorcov; 376. woii jtot'^ 
eijii jrpayficTOs ; Elmaley on Her. 667. reads thus: to SvazaXaiva, ti's jtoi 
61, jifctv^Jtm; as in Eur. Her. I.e. Ttilaiva Tiaf/^iviov. AIo. 462. m <piXa 
yvvBinav. Theocr. XV. 74. qiil' avSQav. Callim. Fr. 13!, 1. JtQilia 
yvvrtiHav. V. Dobr. Aristoph, p. (133). Matth. Gr. g. 320. 

308. avavS^os ? xe-xvovana;] 'A utrflin, or one that has borne chUdren'i' 
TExovaa A. (in mavg. yg. tiKvovea, ^Tot rivva ixovtsa.) B. K. L. 

(siipr. « a m. pr.) Van. Selin. Nek. (Probably from 311.) rexvovair T. Veti. 
V. 1. AH. Toiip. Em. II. 30. Apita. Bgk. isKvoiaaaBr. Herm. Dind. Wund. 
Hart. Rightly. SchoL: ztKvoveea. rduva ixovsa, ojcsg KaKXiiitt%os gujff* 
aaidonaaa (Fr. 431.), Suid: IlaiSovea ^ ^atSovaa- lyxv^awv. Hesych: 
TEKPOuoa. liv-vov ift^Qvov f%overi. Lat. 'gramda,' Contracted from 
ztKvoteaa, So Ksgoveaa (Fr. 110.), nriQovaaa (Eur. Hipp. 733.), at&aloua- 
ca (ald-alovea .ild. &c., Msc\i. Pr. 1000.), olvootta, p,f.UTovTTa (ArisC, 
PI. 1122. Ar. 568. Lys. 601. Nub. 507,). Cf. Theopliraat. ap. Athen. p. 31. 
F. orvow, OS roig fihv avSgas Jiivofievog l^^otijoi, tag Ss yvvatitag ii«- 
voviKJag Tcoift. Callim. H. in Cer. 119. ttnaxe, vaQS'fvtxal, k«1 Int- 
rpd-iy^aa&s, T.SHoCeai (TEKOvaeait). lole's appearance, and probably also 
tier dress, had arrested the attention of Deianira. 

itgbs f'iy yit? qivaiv] 'For as regards pergonal appearance at leasl.' 
Cf. 879. nqoi ys itqa^iv. Eupolis ap. Athen. p. 316 C, avriQ noUtJis itov- 
XvTiovg lis (rtc?) rotis tgonoiie. For qiiraig cf. 379. Arist, Nub. 500. ou- 
Siv Sioiaeig XaigsipaivTos rriv givaiv. On the position of /iiv in this 
verse see Elmsley Praof (Ed. K. p. XXSI. and on (Ed. C. 115. The usnal 
position of the woiils wonld be jejios ipvatv ij.hv yag. I suspect we should 
read, avavSQOi jj mmpoucc'; ittsl q>vatv (thv si (or Ijiet tiiv fiiv rpvmv, 
ox kiiel TiQiTtiig ifvetv) — . 

309. %avxiov tntHgoq tSivSs] ' Unacciislomed to all these (mch) ihinijn,' 
i. e. to such hardships and sufferings, as captivity entails. Or rrovSt may 
refer to the condition of a wife and a mother (with reference to TEKvovaaa). 
So Schol; oTCU^og si toiv in tov ya/iov nQoayivop-spiav. And so explains 
Harm. Wund. Cf. (Ed. C. 761. ov yaiimv IfLattQog. Eur. El. 1027. XQi^iai' 
yap ov* sift,' ttioKos ova iv iip naqog. Nauck eonj: Igyiav «JC£ipos tavSi. 
Qu. HaKoiii (or navtrng) anitQOS x^vSr. 

309. yBVvaia] 'Noble, o} noble birth: (Ed. C. 76, yewaioi, wg ISovti, 
jriijji TOO Salp-ovog. 



yti%«, riVos' nut' I'orlv rj ^ivrj ^poTWi'; 
Tt's -ij tfxoi'0(t , Tig S' 6 (piTvans KKtjj'p; 


yivvtjiia Tav_ exei&ev ovx iv vetdtois. 

olO. Qu. A^X", lie V^' ^od-' ^ ^ivij ^Qozmv TTCTf; 

311. T^s *' o vnlg. Tie Har!. Perhaps xiq erp' — Cf. (Ed. C. 89:i. 
rls S (read 5)6 Jtijfujl'as. 

o qpiiuffag aanjg] Cf. Aj. I29G. ^muirag jiivEjj'p. and on Kl. all. 
•biivuv is used only of the father, never of the mother (Phot.). 

fiTvaas A. L. T. qimijoas K. rpvtiVBres B. ifvztCaas Harl. 

312f. Cf. (Ed. R. 3ie. 

3n. ^Uitova] ' As I heboid her: Cf. 464. 

ociowEj Kttl qiQovitv oTSbv fiovt)] 'In ag much of xke alone hviws hmv 
til feel' for her sitnation, aa heing ytvvrtia, tvytv^s- Eur. Antiop. Fr. VII. 
ipQOvia S' a naexio' Mai to'*' ov aftiKQOv tiukov, &c. Cf on Aj. 554. 
It does not appear what indkatiou lole gave of tliis fact. We may sup- 
pose she betrayed her more refined and sensitive feelings by a flow of tears, 
or by her calm and majestic hearing. Wunder supplies nletetov from 
what has preceded, cull. <Ei. C. 743. Cf. (Ed. C. 792. tcoXI^ y', otspTteg 
Hnl oaqnezsQiav kIvco. But Wakefield with reason observes that otStv h 
not suitable here. Bergk conjectures s'lKtv or olvtv (so also Schneid,), 
or niXXsi. But I know of no eiaraple in the dramatic writers of tTufv 
or oiHtv for fotnj*. though we find ^««j' [for iwnfiv) Arist. Av. 1298. 
Wecklein aaspects both oiStv and fiori), and conjectiites, qtqoi'ijn' (or 
/icfifor') aldijuovii:. Axt for otSsv proposes Soiiei. tju. oooijrcp koI qigo- 
veiv Soutt fioi'ij (or nlsov), or oecojife nltitfta koI q>Qovtiv So«.si. 

^Qovti^v (e illat. a in. pr.} L. 

or^EP A. B. L. T. oTSe K. 

314. ti S' olS' ] Qn, ti oTS'. The 3' is often inserted , to avoid a 
hiatus, by the copyists. But cf. 293 «Mg S' ova lyia xai^oifi.' eiv — ; 

T( S' av fiE xal Jtetrolsi] 'And wtiy too should you (thus) question me?' 
Cf. Aj. 1290. For %Qivoii in this sense cf. 196. Aj. 586. 

xal om. M. ms K. L. For the force of Kai cf. on Ant. 772. Aj. 1290. 

KjiFOis] ngifue Harl. Qn. r^ 9' avii (or av) (is mkI xQ^rciSi 

fcios — ovx h vetazoi-s) Cf. 301. Phil. 180. outos nearoyovtav fous 
oixtav ovStvos vatfQoe. 

315. yiiTijfta] Cf, (Ed, R. 1167. Eust. ad Dionys. Perieg. 294. tk v69a 
tmv yvrjaiaiv Sioqi^siv yfvvijjiarc. 

rmv ij!ii*SFl So fiOl. Tafs taia&ev. 632. rcplv eMepki rttXfe&Fi'. 
El. 1323. Tdv ^vSo^fv. Cf. on Ant. 521. 

ovx iv uffio'iotsl Sehol: ovk iv itttl; a;ise3i,uji^ro:is «Ki EuifAfoi 
titayjiivt], akXa SijXovoii irgoSxovaa iv ivyevsia. 




fii) xav rvQuvvav ; EvQvtov onoQa rtj,' ijv; 

<jvx olSa' xctl yaQ ovd' aviGro^ovi' [laxfiuv. 

i^xidTa' Siyij zov[tov sQyav tivvtov. 

316. fi^ tav Tvgavvmv Evqvtov — ; A. K. L. &«. Aid. Wak. Apitz. 
lieneil. /ii) tov zvgdvi'iav Evgvxov — ; B. T. Cant, fiij nou TiiQawog 
EvffVTov — ; Erf. pr. Blomf. ad Pers. 350. (Who compaies Msdt. Prom. 
255. jijj nov zi itQovpris teivSe hixI irE^nii^^ai ; Ptat, Kep. IV. 486. &i;.) 
ftq Ttim rvQavvtaVf EvQVtoii — ; Suli. Erf. Herm. Dind. Wuni Hart. Scliii. 
Nek. Bgk. [Wund: 'Eurylus ecquaia fillam habuU?') liij tim rvQavvotv, Evgv- 
tov BJtoga, Tis V^i Miisgr. (ti) tou tvQavvevovtog EvQvtov anoqa; 
Br. Dobree conj; foj zov zvqavvarfi EvQvza — ; or, by transpuB- 
ing', fi^ xS>v zvQavven> ijv rig, Evgvxov aaoga; But tie suspeuta Ed- 
puTov is from n gloss. ApUz wrongly explains ji'i} xis zvQttvPOg Ev- 
puiOTi a^oQK tig i]vi In L. there is a stop after Evqvzov, none iifter 
zv^avvtav. Tranalate: ' Wm the some offspring of the king Eurytas'f Cf. 
(Ed. R. 1043. jj tou zvQatvov xrioSi y^s wa'lni wors; The plural oi 
zvffavvot, like ot vLvgiot, of Iv zelei, &c. U often used of a aii^le person. 
Cf. on (Ed. E. 366. So Ant. 61). iji^ipov TVQ«rvmv. 1172. paoilfW. Eur. 
El. 93. la&av zvQuvvovs, o'i KQOizovai z^aSs yij(. Here. 567. nataaKa^ia 
Soiiovf I Tiatvmv zvgdvvniv. Perhaps however Evqvzov may be a gloss, 
and the poet may liave written z&v Ixii, or Statiazan'. For fi^ (qu. ■^) 
interrogative cf. CEd. C. 1502. Compare a very similar passage in 
CEd. R. 1042. ztov Aatov Sijxov tig tavoiia^ito. { Ol. i] toti zv^avvon 
rijcSs yijg notXat wort; and 1167. tSiv Aatov zoivvv tig ))i' yEvvrifiaztov. 

Evgtiiov ojiopoj Cf, 420. — aitoga tie I-. 

317. xal yap ovS aviaia^ovv nangav] 'For neither did I enquire at 
length (particularly).' For fiKxgoi' cf. (Ed. K. 220, ov yop av ftaxgav \ 

ovS A. K. L. ouK B. T, 

318. zS>v ^vveililo^tov^ 'Of i/our fellow-tranellers,' these captives. Phil. 
542. ^sch. Suppl. 918. Eur. Bacch. 58. Arist. Ean. 396. 

E/Sfg] 'Knowst, hast learnt.' Schol: iyvtag. Cf. Ant. 9. i'jaig ti xda- 
ijMOitOKs; Ph. 560. (OS (la&ai zi fiot vmtSQCtv — ?j;«S- 789. Plat. Ljs. 214. 
Sxofisv aoa ^Sjj — zivtg elaiv of ipiXoi. Eur. Or. liao. 

319. rivvTOv] Noticed as Attn- ior ijvvov by the fachol , with whom 
agrees tbe Lex. SG. p. 411 Phrynuhus also (p 14 Bekk) statt.B that in 
Attic Greek the breathing is loiigh, as be ml«rs from the compound kve- 
&^vveav, Cr. Ant. 231. 805 Thio qiiB'Jtion, like wanj Mmilai ones, hap- 
jiily of no great moment ininiin xtill 1l b. scttlpd Liir B iccb. 1100. 

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aSSKPSTJSK'fS'EKSE^K^i^'^SJ^fl^SE'S.^aiE.ISS*' i 




iv Tuqa xa ye tiqoO&ev ovblv /| i'aov 


oeiv Dol ) 

\ Elmsl. ad Her 

S Jolm Ev. XVIII. 35. 

rije] O/ tlyself of th ne own ai 
tavTOv ev looro Xsyttg j llo oo 

321 imel \ nal ^vfiqioqa to fuj tiSsi 

a sforlane (a pig) nut to kaou/ lefo you at least are (if 
I ot your eompaniuns) Scl ul aviiipOQa yag lati to (i^ ytvromiso&K^ <i£ 
^T s royiKKits touro di tpria v tob peilouffa aur; Seiiwq x^i^aaa&ai, 
si yvotti Ta KOT artijji Cf 3 8 The a vk vi d pos t on of xbi ia noticed 
ftlso by Dind. The particlue Ijcft rot mkI ofte eeur but never iml vaC 
to Herma i reads ixsl \ iia^viiqiOQ IbtI /iri fiSfvai ai fi' ^itg *(. 
Ant so H rt Schned onj ^tc I | xorl ^vi<pOQa aoi toviih (i^ ilSirm 
Tis il Nauck tlinks ^vfupOfo uns itiUe here and pruposes to miilce ono 
erso ol t) ese t o iljt — ^m trauTijc rig c Qu ijttl | ital ^v/ifposd 
azi Or Inel \ iia^uuipoe tezl — Or lite \ HO:|irfiyopo'v trot — . Or 

Ijtsi I 01 ^ufigiopov eai — And the uij slStvai fit o ntis Si. Or liitljor 
TOiifi^ fii] sWiVHi Ti^g ((. Ot thus: inti \ *tc^v(tifio^ai' y lartv as /irj ti- 
Sivai Tt's El. Cf. CEd, C. 592. fruflos S' iv vattocs ov ^vfiqiogov. Enr, 
Tio. 491. a S' iari yijptf tipd' daviitpOQaTata. 

TO! A. K. L. ttirl. Ven. Aid. iig B. T. Tricl. om. V. I sliould pre- 
fer, what Uindorf also and Meineke propose, 'an (cf. on Aj. 245.), or to. 

nit eldivai A. B. T. fi-^Sivai L, p.i) 'Sivai K. Cf. Ant. 263. 63r>. 

siSivai ai y' i]tis\ flSlvai tis Harl, tCBsnai ai p,' ^tie Hcrin. 

as y'] ' you at least,' if not the rest. 

322. 'She tniU not then {if alie now answers your question) conlimie to 
carry (to have) at all ike tame tongue she has hitherto done.' I. e. if she 
now opens her mouth, she will do wliat she has not yet done. So rightly 
explains the Schol; iav alSuvfisvrj as qjfrs'yJijTKt, mct' ovSiv aga lav?\ 
i^ieov t^ TtQaa^sv X9°'"P ^QOio^Casisv (?) aiziis t^» ylSitTav tov yap 
TCQo TQvtov xgovov iotiojia — . 'Hg ovs ildltiae TiQmijv, ov3i vvv la- 
l-^aet. Herm; 'nihit ergo differel ab se ipsa loquendo aeque vt aniea fecit.' 
Tlie passage is qnile misunderstood, I think, by Wunil. Dind. &c. Nnnck, 
Horni. eonj: si tm ye xQua9'sv X91 ttii/ic!{Qsa9cn xQovm, \ oiSiv d'ti^eii 
ylioaauv, coll. liur. Rhes. 705. 

ovr' aga A. B, T. &e. ov r' aga L. out' aga K, Harl. ovtaga 
Ilcrni. [whom see Frtef. ad (Ed. C. p. XX[V). I slioiild prefer ovtaga (ootoi 
aga, not ov xaga). Cf, Eiir. Sappl. 506. Iph. A. 1189. Elmsl. ^d (Ed. C. 
634. ad Acharn. S23. iid Hernel. 269. 

i^ — ^1 laoo X9"''"PI ^^- Ant. 644. lag — tov ipiXov tiliaiciv s'i fffoji 
najgi. (Ed. H. lOiy. 



aXV Kfhv dSivovaa av/t-tpoQas pd^og 325 

daxQV^Qoei SvUTtjvos , ^| utov %ixtQa,v 
Sil^vsiiov XsXoiJttv. ^Ss rot rvx'i 

ov3iv S^ taov\ sftrfg f|«5of Weekl., coll. Ei. 1194. ftijtgl ff ovSiv 
i^iaot. But this would lequire the future i^iaioeei: 

323. Sioian the mss. Weis. Herm. Hart. Schn.'Nck. Aijoei Wftk. Wund. 
(v.Emend. p. 26f.) Dind.cODJ. Nek, Translate: 'will continue lo carry.' Cf.(E<I. 
H. 331. SioCcai zovftov. Eur. Hipp. 1143. Sav^vai Siolcai nox^ov. Ant. 
705. fijj vvv ?» ^^os fiovvov iv aavtm qjcgst. 1089- tgiqiHv [wi^Hv'i) 
zijv ylmaeav ^ovzair/pav | tov vovv t' anfiva zS>v ipQivav ij (cs or 
oiv?) vwv q)£(iei. Fr. 669. ciyar avayv,rj, -Aav nalov qieg^ ozofi^a. jEsch. 
Clio. 581. ufitV S' inatva ylweeav sviprijiov (pfpsiii. Suppl, 622. yi^ovia 
Tov vovv, aaQxa S' -ij^waav ipigsi. 1)72. «ag S' iv inioixm ylaaaav 
ivzvitov ipegti | xaji^v. Eur. Phcen. 1528. alaov ofi/ia rpeQiav. Hipp. 
118. vip' ii^ijs aaldyivov evzovov ipteav. Arist. Eq. 757. xal Kijiia &ov- 
Qtov qiOQsiv. Epliipp. ap. Athen. p. 571. A. {ita^iareQ' Iv loj ot6(1kci 
T^v yletTtav (poQS^s- Plat. com. ap. Athen. XV. 677 A mcitoi qtogfitt 
ylmtzav iv vnoS^iiaatv. Chaeremon, Stol>. IV. 15. ov vqi) jtotfoJHij rot 
zQOJtov Uav ipoeii^v. Coin, ineert. Mein. IV. 609. ylmttav zs coi | SiSm- 
eiv iv S^fnp ifOQtiv I Kal&v Xoyiav atCvetv. Herod, IV. 107. ia^^ta Si 
ipoffovai z^ Sxv&t«^ onoiTjv, ylaaaav Si ISiqv. II. 76. UKSiia SJ qjo- 
pfst yfQovov. ibid, vziia Si ov Tttsgtoza qiofisi. ibid, jieooojiroi' rpo- 
Qtet ^ iniyQVTiov. III. 12. tovzoiai — toiito iati atztov la^vQag tpo^iiiv 
zas «tq)alag. III. 101. lo xe^fia ipogiovai oy^otov navzfg. Luci-et. III. 
1062. 'solScilanique geris casm foTinidlne mentem.' Cstnll. LXI. 54. ^Iniiomi- 
loa in eorde gei-ens, Ariadna, furores. Ovid, Met. XIII.363. ' Tu vires sine menle 
geris: And Shakespeare says; 'To wear our eye not Jealoim nor seeure.' 
Wunder, in favour of Si'^eci, compares CEd. C, 963. onus q>6vovs fioi ~ 
xou coi Si^vae oiofiKiOK. (Not to the point.) El. 596, ij jiaaav ttji ylwe- 
aav. Add Eiir. Hipp. 991. Ofirag S' avdy-nti ovjupa^ai aq/iy^iviig \ ylioc- 
ao.v It aqrfivat. Ant. 180. yXAaaitv iyni-^aai kxsi. Hartnng- raadfi: Stoi- 
ffEi, yXaeaav ijTts — . Qu, ipoQiiasi, 

oo*cft5 K. T. vulg. oiSaiiail^. oud«;i^ K. Hart. ovSau.oi'a. ovSa- 
lia Herm, Bind. &e. Cf. on Ant. 830, 374. Arist. Th, 1162.' 

324. ■a^ovmvev'] Bat uttered. Cf. on (Ed. R. 790, 

ovte itiiiov ovz' il«eGovct\ ' Ntilher more, nor tess.' So Herodotus 
says, ovSev ouis SftiKpoi' oore (liya. Oil. k'. 94. ov fiiv yu'p woi' at^izo 
KVlia, \ ovzt jiiy' oXiyov. Aaf. ad Plat. Legg. X. 10. 

325. mSivovaa] 'Bearing,' as thongrh pregnant with. Schol: kbtc- 
jiovovjiivi]. Cf. 42. Aj. 794. okjie ft' aSlvsiv zl tp^g. Qu. ol/iia^ovaa, 
'heteaiting: For pa'pog qu. flaQsi. 

326. Sa*iiVQQO££ M. Br. SaKijvqQOSi A. B. K. T. SaK^vQ^osl (' eraacd) 
L. Cf on 347. Schol: iSd%Qvcv. 

327. Sf^venov] ' Penetrated by tjie teindu, elevated, lofty.' Fleatli; 'vento 
perjlaiam.' Schol; ^pjjftoji' uipijldi'. O/ujpos itvijiotacdv <priotv. Who 
means to say that Snjvtpog is here used in the same sense as Jjvcjiaecmii 
in 11. p'.e,0G.'Pi7ir,v rf Zr^azir/v if «m ^vfitofcaav 'EvlCJiriv. ip'- 64. 




7) d' avv itia&ia xal jtoQEVta&a (Stiyu^ 

Tot$ ovOiv kA/Iijii itpog y' ijiov kvxrjv ka^tf 

"iXiov iivtjtosBaav. y'. 305. tEclialia is called i5i(i/jrjieyos 354. ff/jrsij'ij 858. 
Cf. Eur. Her. 781. avsjidtcii yuj oi^ift. Hermann and Wander, riglitly 
I think, pi-efer the prior explanation of tlie Schol., igniiov, i. e. ^desolate, 
deiimtaled, ruined.' Ear. Hel. ij2. i^jjviiiaaE tuji 'AXtlavS^ov li%ii. 

^ Si tot vulg. Br. Herm. Dind. Sohn. Nek. nSt toi Wund. Schol: 
awuj S'h ^ Tujjj, »hO'' ^v auan^, eni^Xu^in piv avtf/ iatt, xaS' o oo 
Tvyxavsi Trjs jtaga aov deJioijjTos (cf. schol. on 320)' oticog nvyyvcojiriv 
Iz^i. Translate: 'This circumstance is an unhappy one for Iter, bal it rails 
for our caatideralion.'' Wonder understands lujij not so ninch of lier si- 
lence, as of her continued weeping and sobbing, which impeded her utter- 
ance. Cf. CEd. C. 1014. d iiivog, rami, (jijords' at Si oufiq/ogal | avtoii 
^avaleis, aitai S' aitvva&Btv. 

THjij] SvT} Herw. Anal. Ciit. p. 201., coil. Aj. 918. 

338. avt^ y' vulg. Apitz. Dind. Nek. avrq y' Ven. Erf. Herm. airq 'at' 
llart. Apitz explains aor^ y' Uo her' (as being of high birth]. Kciski:; 
KKiin flip «WTH! *«J1« <svyyvmy,i}v ixu, I woald read: ^ffs rot ii!j;r; \ 
Kfoiij jiiv avty at' (or awrcs] , aiXa —. Cf. on 395. And so the Schol. 
seeins to have read. Ueiinsoet)i, I tind, proposes the same correution, C>r 
fjds cuftqjopa — . 

avyyvmii-ijv fjft] 'Calln for ci'islderatiiin.'' So Eur. Phten. lOOD. zov- 
fiov S ovxl ovyyvtottr/v ^%et. Hipp. lie. Thuc. III. 40. ^vyyvafiov S" 
luii (qn. ^oyyvtojiijv 3 ex£») to awovaiov. More frequently avyyriaiiriv 
tXiiv means 'lo grant pardon, to s/loiv indulgence.' Soph. El. 400. Eur. 
Or. 653. &c. The subject of ^z" I take to be, not lole herself, bnt her 
nnhappy lot, as the position of fiiv shows. 

a20. ^3' ovv vulg. Henu. ffund. ^ 3' ovv Dind. Schn. Bgk. ?) 3' 
ovv Hok. ' It'ell then, lei her be If ft alone,' and not be compelled to speak, 
that we may not aggravate her trouble. Cf. Aj. 9Gi. oi S' ovv yflavtmv. 
(Ed, H. G69. a ^' oiv hm. Ant, 751. Arist. Aeh, 18C. ot S' out Poiivtav. 

Kttl Tiogtvia&tti ereyag] 'Let Iter go indoors.' Perhaps «al nogivie- 
&m 's azkyas, or jco^ivkeifia y' iaai. But cf. (Ed, K. 533. mats tag 
itiae OTfyas Ikov. 

830. ovteis OJKOS ijSieta^ 'So (as in the way that) is most agreeable 
to her.' El. 1906. ovza 3 onmg fiijirjc <fi fl Tciyvfaas-cui. 

331. tais ovat Ivtir^v TtQog y' ifiov lvni)v lafiot K. L. tot's oust 
XoiJtriv — Xvaijv Xd^oi. B. T. Turn. marg. lot's ovat Xvititv — iJjiijs iu'^oi 
A. Aid. roi's ovaiv aXlriv — lujrijv Xd^ot V. Ven. tote ovot to itfflv ^ipds 
y' Iftou XvJtag ld§ot Ueiske. lotV ovatv vXijv Jif/6g y' ifioo Xv-aijg Xii^oi 
Wakef, toCg ouai Xvjzijv icqos y fftoi jitKpan Ic^ot Erf. — apdoqiaidv 
y' ijioi Xa^oi Weckl. toCg ooei nQoo^s iE(>og y ifiou Xvtujv lafiot Schu. 
Toffi ovci Xvtn]v nqog y' Efiou IcjJoe tiva [Herm. Erf.] toig ovai Xvltltv 
aXXa Ttqog y' tjioS Xd^oi, Herm. lotg ovei Xvniiv in y Ifioii (£| t/io5 
Emend, p. 27.) viav Xu^ot Wund. zoig ovat Xvtiijv — viav (conj. also xm- 


GJCtvStis , iyd T£ ravSov t^a^xy ri&a. 


vrjv) Xa^ot Dim!, tofg ovat lonijv f'| iiiov #d|)? Xa^itv (conj. Wolff) 
Hurt, rotg ovci Xvn-qv jt^os "/' ^Cpii SticXi}!' la/Jot (eonj. of P. W. 
Si^hioids) Sclin. rote vvvnaQOvui jtgos y' ifiou Ivitiji' la^oi coaj. Bergk. 
tofff ovoiv aixy raeo'fi y l(io» Ivnrjv luffot eonj. Nauek. Hermann (ad 
Ear. Orest, 490) explains Ivxjjv — lv%i]s_ ItiPot to mean 'pro dolore 
aliim capiat dotorem.' Scliol: y-r} avayKatia^io X^yuv, alia mgairiro 
aamg avt'ji qiClov, ivn (iij So^atiitv avcrjv XvnSiv. Wlio perhaps read, 
Hermann thinks, do^av Jijds y' ifiov Xvnijg Xa^ot, Qu. to*6 ovaiv (or 
Ttgoa^sv) aXXTjV tiqos y' if^ov Xvjctjv la^y. Or rofs oofft {jtpdff^e} m«i- 
v^i; — . Or TOfs ouOH' TJSri — . Or roCg ovat Ivtiyjv jigo'e y' ^fioS veav 
(or Mair^n) Jlo^]/. Cf. Phil. 1265. fiiov xl fioi fitra | jiagsati Tigog kvckoici 
ntuiroviee xuxdi'; (Ed. Col. 595. ^sjiovd'a Seiva noos Kaxoie xaxa, CEd. 
E. 663. el Kuxoig ««»« meoaaipet %olt ■naXai tot wpos oqiiav. Msc\i. 
Pers. 531. ft^ ««!■' Tt Jipog KaKorei nQoa&r{tai. MttKOf. Proin. 329. wpos 
■cois naeovai 8' aXXa it^oala^Hv 9iXsit (so. xokq). Eur. Anilr. S96. tSy- 
*os J' ^ii' ax^st TmSe itQ0(l9Bo9at SiftXovv. Cyel. 683. vokov yi mpos 
Kaitio (Iz^)- Pbilemon Fr. Inc. 5, 9. »««« VQOS toffi xaicofiTti' Hrsea eui- 
Jl£y«. S. Paul. Ep. Phil. II. 27. f*a jii) lu'jiijii ^itl Iujej cito. 

331. ^Qog y J/*ou] ^^ Ifiou Wund. prob. Dind., coll. .^sch. Suppl. 692. 
id ■Ttav t' l-ii Sai/toftav Xa^ottv. Cf. 461. fn 7' ifioii. 740, jieo's y e(iov. 
(Ed. R. 576. Ant. 207. El. 1029. 

Xd^ot the msa. viJg. Which would mean, 'may she get {svKziitae)-' 
Bead Xa^Ji 'lei her get, suffer her to get: So below 802. fijjj* avrov 9dvio. 
Cf. on 1228. and CEil. K. 904. The authority of mas. on such points is 


333. of &iXsts\ Back again to Hercules. 

of| n (or 1}) Harl. — ^fXtig A. T. viilg. QiXriig L. Pilots B. 
^sJfjS K. 

334. ffweiJtfijs] unfiSHi T. 

f'yti *f the mas. AW. Dr Heun. Bind. Wund. Sell. Bgk. Hck. tym 
te Turn. Wat Erf. Schn. Cf. on 286 143, <Ed. E. 696. Ant. 1096. 
Ph. 1312. 

^lagK^] BVTqinii eonj, Nauck. Cf, .^sch. Pers. 242. 

336. 'J^'e* after yon have first toaiied here a Utile lime.' Supply );i»pn 
or %mgijettt from xm^mtnv in 333. So Phil. 645. alX', tl Soviti, joi^w- 
Htv, {vSo»fv ltt§iav I otov cs igsia — S%ti. Arist Av 202. Sevi/i yag 
^fipcs aviina fiaX is ^^f Ao];f")J' — Haloufitji cutous .^sch. Eura. 
141. evStiSi aviata KdnoXtmlaan' vnvov | td^fttS-' ei &c. Tlie mea- 
BGUg^r bids her wnit a little , that he niay communicate to her <'ertain 
important fnets he has heanl from the month of Lichas. 

li.cJ.j I. q. |ij«i,: 


.,^^^-¥^^^ t-s^fi^:!!S:^mif^^m i^kmii wm ME &^mi^ss^tuK »^mmwmi^ simi^s&i6Si. i'^ 

(id&as , &VBV T.avb\ ovetivfig r' nytig foa 
tovTfov yctp si'.ui ndvT Baiotiifi,civ iya. 

rxii^fCvaa' B. K. L. M. N. T. Turn. iftsLsivao A, Harl AW. Br, Cf. 
El. 1397. xowK fi' a/i(t£i'«. 1389. ai (iMQuv h' afiiiivd. Below 648. 
— a/iiitvovacii xQovov. 528. «fifif'»*i.. Qii. ?zi (ifivae . 

336. ouOTHiKS T eytis foia] Schol: wytte ki/tI ioS fwffiiJiKs. ijonu 
^e Hui aQasvES fifru loiv a^jf^teiliaii^f. But we do not read of any but 
female captiveB (240. 283). 'Watider therefore imderstnnda it of Liehaa aud 
the captive women. Cf. on 342. 344. Qu. ovg CT^yijs aytig i'cm. 

avsv rUvS'l ' Witkout the presence of these,' the captives. 
t' T. Wak. Erf. Henn. Bind. Wund. Bgk. Nek. y A. vu!g. Aid. Br, 
Bchn. y om. B. K. L. M. N. V. Ven. Schol. 

337. da^Kovaai A. B. L. iln^ovaag (stipr. iie) K. Cf 361. 37-2. 
Ikjiu&j^S T. Ttirn. Erf. Seh. Bind. Wund. Schn. Nek. fiijiafrns ■*' 

B. K. L. M. N. V. Yea. htia^r/g y A. Harl. R. Aid. Herm. hiia^rjs 6' 
Brub. Wakefield stops thus: ovUTivag i' ayiig fffco, | mi' i' oiSiv ffatj- 
novoae' iKft«&BS S a Ssi \ rovziov ej;(i) yag — . 

338. zoviaiv Sx^t yap TiavT ijci(lrijii.ijt lyca the mss. vnlg. Schaefer 
and Wander explain this to mean; TOvrav yag ei/ii narz' ^jr(orij(iiBi' 
lf(o. Bnt how can the wotds possibly yield this sense? Brunck e.\pUiini 
vavta 'in all respects,' vutu Tcdvta, aa in 488. Tcdv-c' agiotsvmv Xtg'- 
V. Valofc. ad PhoBn. 624. Lob. ad Aj. p. 417. So ot noUa Secvol Ant. 
1046, «i TtoUa ^^ovial Stctslifs (Ed. C. 1514. Wakefield proposes: 
TOvzav f];o) yap xdgt — (uoll. Eur. Med. 328. <a Tcatflg, ms cov Kapite 
vvv liVfiav ixto. Ale 744). Which Erfnrdt approves of. Musgr: toukoj" 
S'b kbI ndvzrav UKOtijjiijji fjo). Nauck conj: rovx^tv iyai yaq navz 
iniez^fiwv ^ipw (?). Herwerden proposes KaQt' for advz.' The passage 
appears to me undoubtedly corrupt, and the inelegant and scarcely defen- 
Bihle position of yag (cf. Aj. 622. El. 492.) would of itself excite suspicion. 
I suspect therefore that we should i-ead, tovtmi' ydg itp.C icmi (or itdvz') 
ixiat^ttav iym. Or tovtmv 8i icavrtov effi' — . [Tlie cause of the dis- 
turbance may have been the corruption of £jriar)i/n»»' into limitiffuji'. Cf. 
Fr. 514. farads lezi.v ouk iwieiijftoN' xaiiSiv). Or zovzav ydg fifH jias 
{xdvz') iniaz^iirig itXias. (Cf Ant. 721. i^vvai xov kvSqix Tidvz' Iniaf^tLtis 
nXitav.) Or naaav ydg ilfit riiivS ljiiiszjiii.7jv ^^lov. Or naoav yap tii%ia 
zwvS' IjrtCTiifiiji' iya. (Phil. 10B7. t'^vS' Ijiiaz^fttjv ^x"*^)- The line is 
perhaps an interpolation. 

339. zl S'\ foTt; zoi jie rijW (xovS' T.) iipiszmai (in. A. pr.) 
^daiv A. T. Nauck. ii' S' hzi zov fit — B. K. L. it tf' Itrct ; roii f(£ — 
edd. vett ApitE Schn. zi S' lezl, zov (is — Br. Herm. zi S' caxi; zov 
Kai — PorB. ad Phcen. 1373. prob. Erf Sch. Ben. (So Eur. Hipp, 92. 
OVK OiSa. zov Sh «a{ (i aviBzoQeig Jispt;) z{ S sexl zoxi jis ■ — Dind. 
(Who wrongly thinks zov put for ov or oiou: cf. on <Ed. B. 1144. El. 
316, 1176.) zC S' avzl zov (if — Wund, ti' *'; dvzi zoi — ILirt. 

,y Google 




Gta&tto' &XOVGOV' xal yag ovda tov itd^og 
(tv&ov fiazTjv rjxovffas, ovds vvv Soxm. 

ri S' icTi; TOO ftp Ti^vSe XQ'I OT^ofd fiiiltv Keiske. ti 6' lati; rov 
jfjij r^vS iipioTae^ai ^aetv^ Wnkef. Sthol: zivos Svfxev rqv TcoQciav 
val trjv ei^eoSov iczas «al nalviis'. And so Wunder explains tijvSs 
lis §ttaiv itpiaraeat, 'progredl me proAfAcs.' Dobree: 'Cur hunc gresauia 
ad me dirigts?' or 'hoc gressa ad me conlendia?' (if indeed fis is to be 
retained), C. Mftttliiiie Obs. p. 49 renders: 'ear me huncce in vioduia aiUs?' 
Benedict: 'Cujusnam rei causa hunc aiieo sislis gradamV The passage 
is clearly corrupt. Perhaps we shonld correct: tI S' taxi; rov fit («nl) 
iij*#' icpiaianai fiamvi 'Bui what is the maller'f Why (or why loo) dost 
ihott approach me vtlth this step?' Or 11 S : rvtI tou #17 — ; Or t£ S' 
av»' ozov Si] — ; Or ti S' icrlv ^v»' ov — ; Or si) S' kvtI tov #ij 
— ; (Ant. 237. n' S' iazlv av8-' ov ti}vS' i'xHS a^viiCav; <Ed. R. 1021. 
all' dvtl tov Sii nacSa ft' <ovop,aisTo; 1155.) Or ri S' ^cS"' orov fis — ; 
(Cf. Phil. 761. T( S scrip ovxia vsoxiiov s^w^ipj'ijg, ozov \ toci]rS IvY^v — 
noicig;) Or zi d' leziv av; zC zt\vS' — ; Or t£ S' fan; nQog tC — ; 
Or tl #' iazlv ozt ue ((loi), — ; Or tl S'^ ro«; 11,' ip.% (lp,ol) — ; (Cf. 
(Ed. E. 1144. zi S iazi; wgos zi zovto roumos tazoQSis;) We must sup- 
pose that, as Oeiaaira is on the point of leaving the stage, the messei^r 
nbrnptl; approaches her, with a view to detaiu her. Or xi S' tort; row 
Si itV |^' i<pi<!za<i9ai ^dotv ('to stop my advance);' 80 iTiiaz^uai azgd- 
zsv^a 'to halt an army.' Sen. CjT. IV. 2. 18. op^^p Polyb. XV. 34. 2. 
ziVK TOV TiQoam in Arrian. iinaztiaas [sc. eavzov, or zov iiijiov) Xen. 
An. L 8. 15. Wakefield compares .lEIian. N, A. XII. 44. snovzai Si toj 
vOfiet oicTj av aiizds zi iiilog i«aj')j, inietavzog Sh «al ixftvai i/pi- 
•TiuvTKi. A very similar passage oecnrs in Aj. 42. zi Sij-ca itoiiivaig 
tii*#' Inttininzci §datv; In like manner yovvntrsls Fdgas n^oaxCzva 
Eur. Ph(Bn. 300. Cf. Aj. 436. za nq&za nalUdzsl' d^tazsvaaq. 1107. 
zet ai^v' fnij | Kolat' imivove. (Ed. C. 869. 0iov zoiovzov yrj^avai. 
CEd. R. 19*. TcaXiaavtov SQaiiTJiia veiziaai. For ^qjioiad&Ki 'to approach'' 
cf. (Ed. E. 777. tEd. C. 563. El. 193. Herod. 1. 111. litei ze S\ anovo- 
Bt^aas fJiSazri. For the accusative after iipiezaeat cf. Fr. 163. zis yaQ 
lie ndi&os ouK meetdtsi; For (le qu. jioi. Cf. on 1170. (Ed. R. 777. 
XQCi (lot ti!]:)) I ioikS' tnsezr), 1028. El. 19i. Tr. 1170. Aj. 945. 

zov\ I. e. avt'i TOv, xlvog tvtKa, ' where fore f ' Bat 'inch an ellipse 
seems very improbable. The wading is evidently faulty. 

itpCazaeai K. L. eorr. T. vnlg. fitiaxaaai A. {supr. rp] B. L. pr. 
Ven. Which rather conflrms the correction Ire^ffrvjcaSj 'hast slopt.' 

340. ov3i xov xdgos — ovSi vvv Sov,ra\ I. e lacicfp ovS'f xon mi- 
Q0£ ii,v9ov , ovtrag ovSe vvv (jiazrjv av.ovased'ai as JommI. Cf. (Ed. C. 
825. ovzt yag i« vHv | S£v,ata ngaaatis, ov^ a Jigaa9tv iigyaaai. 
Wakefield would correct: xal yep ovS ifiov ^tigoq (for ovSi Jtagbg 
IjiovJ) — . Qu. ovxc — ovzt — , 

■fov — p.v^av'] ztiv — liV&mv Ven. xmv — fiv^ov K. 

341, iidzijv] 'Falsely.' Sehol: ^evSag. Cf. on El. 042, 1398. 
ovSh vvv Somm] Supply dxovoiaS'tii as /idz^jv. 


s4 2:u'J'0K/itiur2: 


uturstfov ixeivovg ffijTa S6V(t^ iw&ig zdXii/ 
xulafitv, y '(tol ratadi r' i^EinEtv &tKei^; 


Gul Tutod'd T ovdtv ii'Qyitui , zovruvg tf ta. 


xul Si] ^s^kOiv. ti liysig Gr^^cciVB ftoi.. 31.". 


dvijQ od' ovdav rov sXb^sv ttQTiag 
(ptavai dixaias opdov, ailA' ij vvv XKXog, 

34-2. tKcivovg] Lichas anil tlie captive women. Cf. on 336. Why iloos 
Deianirn nsk this questiun, when the messenger liad already (33C) esprcssoii 
a wist tu dispense with the presence of the captives? Wakefield siiBpeuts 
some error. The captives we maut suppose to he leaving the stage, but 
they do not actually make their exit till 346. 

" 343. ij iioi the mss. AM. Turn. Br. r/ 'jiol Groddeeli. Schaef. &c. 
"Efiol is here emphatic, being put in opposition to ineivovs- 

taieSf T B. L. T. taiaS' iV A. taCaS' K. I. e. The Tracliinian 
maidens who form the Cliorus. 

344. oviiv etgyftai] Sc. l^n^stv ifii. ' Nothing Aiaders (thai I should 
speak).' Cf. 1267. all' ooSiv sfeysi ool taSt. Hardly right. Qu. ovSiv 
«<oXvii. Or ovSsv ttfyoiisv. Supply i^iiiteiv (cf. (Ed. R. 129. Ph. 1407). 

rovtovg] Sohol: rov Alrav Mat tag al%tt.uliaTOvi. Cf. on 330. Qu. 
■nslvovs. But cf. Phil. 1074. ajtou'tfofiai firr tis lipvv olkiov jcXiaig \ Ttgie 
TovS' (Ulysses)' ofiwe 8i iii^vat, si loiJira (Phil.) SoKCf. 

345. Kt(i Sri §i§aei] ' See, they are gone.' Cf. El. 1436. )t«l Sri ^i'^jjKB. 
317. jtai *>) a' igatti). ^scli. Eum. 833. Ssxov Si av. | Xo. hqI Sq SaSiytiai. 

Xa loyos atiiiaLviTOi] 'And lei the (i/our) speech intimate.' This i.^ 
hardly right. Qu. av S' 6 liysig eijuuivi iioi (or vvv). Or tig 6 loyog 
ei^jiaivi fioi. Or «ai Sii ^s^&aiv o ti (or iC ah) Isyttg G>iiiaivf fioi 
(vvv). Or — ooamtCg &c. (cf. 349. tpgd^i nav Zaov vo(ii). Or — av- 
votis {avviniig, alsyii, oaa Mlu'eig) &c. Cf. 598. ii XQV ^oiiiv; aij 
liaivE — . Apitz com|>ares the Platonic phrase (og 6 (<ros) Xoyog cujfiufVsi, 
Gorg. 511 B. 527 C. 

346. ttj'ij'p] BvJJQ the msa. Corrected by Herui. &c. 

347. q/tavsi] (pravti (the first ace, a m. rec.) L. qitivii M. Steph. Cant. 
The Schol. also explains by lq>tSvtc. Cf. on Med, 1141. 

Sixrjs] Sixrus h. Wliich seems to point to SiKaiag or Sixji- 

SCti'riq is ogS'ov] 'According to the strictness flit, straightness) of 

truth' Cf. Er. 643. tli otj^hv ipgovetv. (Ed. R. 50. atavtig t' is 6&96v. 

CEd. C. 1424. is ^Q^iv iiupigBi //.avTsviiaru, Also Aj. 1144. iv xciKa 
■ jiitfitiijios. Qn. Sma^cos og&ov; Cf. CEil, R. 853. ovtoi — aov ye Aatov 

ipuvov I qiavfC Sitictiias og&ov. (WJnire, if this pi'csent passayi* Jm n-miut. 




^ }CQQ0&ev ov Sixaios (iyyekog TrKQtiv. 

a {tiv yaQ i^siQrjXKS ayvoCa f^' IxH. 350 

Tovtov A^ovrog ravtf pog elorixovs' tya , 
woA^oi' itaQovxtov {la^tvQov, oSg r^j xo'swjg 
zavTin, Mxazi xtivos Evqvtov &' i'loi 
Tijw #' v^LSiQyov Olyjitkiav "Eaag fts tiv 
^ovos &S01V d'Bk^s iv aixuaaec reds ^55 

e mast correct ipavet 6 mjjs *^s ogS'ov ) He II 16 (louwo^ ««r« to 
V SiKu^av But I susject tletr e realng is 6niy nag oqQ-ov For 
OQ^ov true cf 374 to * ogd-av sinsiv 4nd bo probably read the 
Scbol iqnavei Sinaieig xal iter kX jd't as 

^chol 7) ta ngutsQov r/ za viv jfifvSsra Cf. 
468 I do not cona de tl i to flend a^a nst F rsou s can n re&pectin^ 
the short svllable before tl e fin^l letic f r e ei if we aippose uXV fj 
a by the eltsioc yet vov does not belong so closclv to MKHOg 
1 particular as to form th n le i ret o Otl er v e p ight 
asily correct aUcc *vv ^ V m 1 1 A| 1101 
MaKOsI l-alse Cf 452 468 
3*8 Si«aloq] Tnt^hf I I <i iij-ffiji, Cf 411 on \j 547 

350 a fiiv yuQ ^lEtpJjittts — ] for n! to what you hone ultered.' Supply 
~ ■ ' rep — But cf. <EA. C. 223. Ssoq (axszt jiii- 

Siv oa avSa> 583 Aj lOoO 

HyvoCB f» ^Z*'3 Ignuiancc pnsi,ei.sci me, I um in ignorance.'' Kijiii- 
\alent to ayvooi ov yijvoiUKto So Anht. Th. 904. a/ftasCa zig -noi ft' 
fjifi For the production of the final syllable in ayvoia cf, Phil. 129. 
fiopcp))!' Solmaag teg av tiyvoia jtpoci; So Kvoi'a Fr. 517. evxXeia Msuh, 
Kept 685 vyieCa Anst Av 604 731 

ayvoCa A Turn Herm &c kjio 
Tnehmus wrongly writea ayvoia [Ata iv t-b ayvoia 

351 tterj-iova ] Q« ^Ijjkouo (372). 
353 For & %loi. the Scholiast nientior 

as regards Enrytns signifies 'killed'; as regards (Echalia, 'took, destroyed.' 
So Find Ol I 88 ?Uv d' Olvondov piav ji:aQ»ivov tt aorevvov. Horn. 
II X 328 flsTijv SCipqov rt xal avigi Jjj(»OTf agiezio {i. e. ^Xa^ov and 
iipovevaav) Similarly Find. P. 1. 40. s&iXjjaaig tavz_a voiii Ti&siitv sv- 
avdQov le xeipav Nein X. 25. ingatyjas atgarov — ««1 ffTequBBOr. 

364 v^invgyov] It is called aiitftvij 858, Siiivsnog 325. Cf. Eur. 
Tro 376 ov9 v^miejou na-cQiSog. Horn. II. S'. 730. o? i' ^lav 01%^- 
XCnv xoXiv EvQvxov Otxaltriog. §'. 596. Od. # . 226. 

355 9'EX^eiev] ^sX^oiev K. 'Alba-ed, incited, instigated.' ^sch. Prom. 
865 fn-av Sh Ttaidtav t/i^QOs &il^si to p,{j \ xTsivai awsvvov, Qn, S'dl- 
tirtttv or JtitOfiEv 

r. aynoire B. K. L. Alil. Rr. 
fiitQov), eiplaining', avTci ps 


8(i £0'P0K4E0r£ 

[ov Tfijri ylvdoig uvd' i% O^tpdArj novav 
XatQ^vfiar' , ovS' 6 ^lato^ 'I<pirov fto^og,] 
ov vvv ■JtaQaGtti ouTog i'fiKuhv Xfysi ' 

aixtiaaai iiiSi] ^qyaeai (innrg. alxiidaai) tdSe K. 'To leage l/iis 
war, lo vmr thus' HesyoK: aCifiid^u. itoHsfiti. jEueh. Pers. 753. ^vSov 
atl^aluv. Eur. Rhes. 444. ev fiiv ynp ^jjj SsKazov alxitatf^i hog. 
Cf. fdm (Ed. E. 264f, Tlie Schol. e.xpLiiiis rather difFerently : ^tUTangd^a' 
aS-ai T^ n'zf^H- " ^"" ^'" nolifiov Kazog^aaai. 

356—57. These two lines nre oonsiderej apuriaiis by Wnnder (v. 
Emend, p. 1S7 f.) uud Bergk. I suspect also 358. 

356. tani AvSoVg — IttTQev/iat'] Cf. 431t. 

ou T«nl B. K, L. ow itt 3tl (eIcI a. nSi' «n:d T. 

oiS' fV] oSt' «7t* T. out* Iw' K. L. (e altered from p) ov"*a«' 
IJ. Qu, ovd' in , ov Koi. JiKp'. Or oytf« y' (the dative '0(np« Is depend- 
inff on lorretufiBTc, cf, .^sch. Prom. 970. T^Si laz^ivriv nitQa). Or 
thus; ov Tanl AvSij axitXi 'Ofiqialri &c. The Inl here seems to imply 
proTivnity of situation, '«(, iimong.' 

ovS ^ lie 'OfitpftilH— ] I. e. ovSl zk in 'Ofiqiceijj _. Cf, 1068. tl 
Toviihv aXyeis (iaXlov ^ «e''''>J£ kXviov. (EH. C. 78. rois fV&c*' auioS 
;i^ Korr' Sffiu tfijfujiKis. And on El. 991. 1498. 

novtov XazQSviiaz ] 'Senile labours.' For Xttrgevjiritraii novoi, ace. 
to Seidl. ad Eur. E!, 661. Cf. (Ed. C. 105. asl fidj^ots laxsevav. 

357. Olid' d ^(OTTo's the mss. Aid. Turn. ovSe ^iwrds T. 

d Qinxog — cdpos] So Aj. 254. li&difuirroji apij. 631. xegoitluvi- 
toi — douJTOi. 546. vsoaqiayri — ipovov. Ant. 36. ipovov — Sii^oXev- 
ezov. 864. «otf()jftKr« i' nuroyfWijriv. 980. 'ixovjtg «vv^,ifiivzov yovav 
CEd. C. 1062. pi/nqiaefntiois BfiAlots. 1495. ^oufl-uroi' fartav. Tr. 609. 
^fi^pc( Tttueoc^ayta. 756. jEseli. Sept. 199. Isucr^cK — ^ogav. Suppl. 
966. SogmavBt — (idpoi &iiviav. 315. p/^ojclo* ttiKV. Aj. 1506. ^upodij- 
lijico &o!vuto). Pera. 108. «oli(iovs TivgyoSat^TOvg. Prom. 860. ^lu- 
urdi'p «?(!. Cho, 926. naji^Q-aQTO) (xdpp ("'a rf^niA 6j which one is utterly 
destroyed}.' Eur. Hel. 354. ^irponrovov Siay/ia. Rhes. 606. ««enrdfious 
fftpKyKS- Oppian. Cyn. II. 252. qiovog woXdEfiijtog. Inoert. ap. Lncian. Piso. 
2. IdHioid* fV niteaiotv aupt'o^Hi. udpov. Euat. ad Dioays. 369. ogity- 
Hidfi ftBtKTOS- M.tneth. IV. 614. ^kvktos ^^go^ogog. Anth, Pal. IX. 84. 
vavi^ybs fiogog. lu suth pasaagea the verbal adjective is not used, aa many 
suppose, in an active sense, but in a strictly passive one. Thus d gtuzog 
'lifCxov itogos means, '/lie death which IpMlua met by being hurled (down).' 
?o we aay 'a bruited paiit. a dead feet, an absent oci.' 

358. ov] o eonj. Erf. a KSehly. Sclui. prob. Dind. ov, if sound, must 
refer apparently not to iiogog, bnt to the more remote nonn ^Qmta (354), 

^ vv. 356 — 7 being parenthetic. 

jtagrSaag] '/laving set aside.' Schol: tdi' rgtora auiqs anwetiacvoB 
Httt nagajiEii'^ditBVOg zavavria sixiv o AC^aq. Hesych; Ttagiocae. idaag. 
Eur. Andr. 30. lodftdi' xagmeag — l*;tos. Perhaps niQaaag, 'having pas- 
sed over for by).' If jcagtaaag could mean, 'having pnl forward {as a pre- 
tence),' the on might then refer to (topoe. Hartung reads: mv vvv, nagto- 
aag avta, zccitjcaliv Idysi, 

tfiTcaltv liyti] I. o. tor ivavzia Uyet, 'says the opposite,' Gl. T; 
Tovvaviiov. Cf. El. 1046. ovSi §ov3.cmn niihv (stho!: f/s zovniaa, 



tall', rjvix' ovx tntL&t tov fputuaaoQOv 
Ttjv TCatSu Sovvai, KQvrpiov aq ?%ol It'xos , ^60 

syxl7i(ia (iixgov ahtav &' eroifiKGag 
P [iniBTQatevEi itavQida r'^v ravttjg, tv j] 

I Tov EvQvrov ro'vd' d^t Si07t6^eiv ^^oveyv,] 

|. XTtivoi t avaxTK raac£p« r^edf xkI tcoKiv 

I niQGBiB. xal vvv, rag 6pas, ^xit 'g dojiovg 3C5 

I 0OVS rijVtff jtEftJECH' ovx afpQOVTigxag .^ yvvcet, 

'i eig 10 ivttviioj'); Horn. II. 8'. 357. wciii' 3' o ys lafiro iivQ-ov. i'. 54. 

t oiidj ;Mxllti' igfd. Qu. o« vvf nu^coWg oviog (Lichas) Sn^zaliv 9sliiv 

h I rav E'^QVTeifov aip ct'its SiaicoSiiv S'Qovtav {tranap. from after 362). 

t- 369. TOii tpvtoaitogov^ I. e. tov ipvitvaavca Ttal anciQavta ffivtiji'. 

^ Orpheus ap. Tzefa. in Hesiod. p. 170. naaiv lnt%&ovioici. ipvxoonoQov 

S at%C-it al-Aiis. The noim fpvxoamoQCa oecurts 'in Maneth. TV. 432, cited 

\ liy Wakef. Cf. CEd. K. 1482. lou quiroupvoii jCttTgo's. 

i; 360. 11011^101' — if nos] ' That he might have her as a concubine,' Schol : 

J fra lag iccillaKtSix avtiiv Id^ot. Cf. Herod. III. 1. ouk <og yvvaixd jiev 

I ifislle Kafi^veijs flftr, tfAJ.' ras nallaa-^v. For isj;os cf, 27. Jtfjfos y«e 
HpaKlef Kpiroi' | ^vertiaa — . 1227. Aj. 211. imC os iexog Sovgiala- 

'■ TOV I eis^lKg dvsxei — , CEd. C. 261. 

• t%oi A. vnlg. Herm. Diiid. Wund. t^y 13. K. T. Hchn. i'xti (^xj] corr. 

; ead. m.] L. Cf.on CEd. E. 948. El. 760. ^scli. Sept. 20. ^ yug' viovg 

p — f ■S-esV'" ' — oirots yivoie&i; (a!, yi'i'ijcffs) jigos j^pjoe rods. 

362 — 3. The tautology of these lines is noticed by Dobree. They are 

I condemned as an interpolation by Wund. (v. Emend, p. 190.) Hart. Dind. 

I Nauek. The words tijv Tavttjg — jtaTegct are bracketed by Hart. Dind. 

S and Nauok. The whole sentence is snperfluons, since Lichas had said no- 

J thing false about Eurytus or his kingdom. 

3: 363. nov EvQVtov ToVS' B. K. Wflk. Miisgr. Br. Sell, zov Evgvzov 

f. raivS' A. E. T, V. Ben. Dind. xiiiv Evqvtov t&vS' L. Aid. zotv Evgvzov 

t' tovS' Erf. T&v Ev^vxeCiav Schn. xhv t^Qvxov Siiine Wund. xov Ev^v- 

J- xov y' ov dnt Weekl. Concisely put, aceording to Wakef., for iv ^ 

t Kjieuros, ov eiTcsv, ^SisJCoSe ^sovam. Apitz, Bergk, and others condemn 

Jt this line as an interpolation. Erfurdt places it after 358. 

E 364. KzeivH — ^wtgee] The change of tense as in Aj. 31. q/Qu^ci. 

I Tf xaS^laasv. Ant. 406. Cf. 11. i'. 415. l« di noliv Tci^atv — xaxa S' 

\ k'nTf/vtv'HstiBiva. But the senserequires MTwroi— jregcf ie Cf 354.356.432— 3. 

t jroJi*] Tcaliv (supr. o) L. 

I 365. Ktti vvv] KaC viv Br. Erf. Mark! 1.1 tauppl A21 Qu. «al iiji-d' 

j; (or xavx^v), tag (or iji') ogag, — Ot Kal vvv aqr tug opyg — . Ot Tceg- 

S. 9-11 . xa vvv Si^xjjvS', oi/ag (or la vvv Ss aip log OQctg] — . Or rather kkI 

!'. vvv, mq ogas, ^Jisi 's So/iovg \ aovg t^vdt ntftTciov Cf 186 xtt%' s's Softovg 

% aoiiq rov noXv^tlov aoaiv | ^ieiv. Aj. 668 tov naida iovSe xQog Softovg 

p ifiovg ayiav. A.nt.l(n9. aoCg Bo/totg. The subject of ^kei of course is Lichas. 
366. wg all the mss. vulg. Herm. Dind. Schn. Bgk. Nek. ig Br. Erf. Sch. 
Hecw. (Cf. on (Ed. U. 1178. 1481.) ffip* (!) Hart. Jipos or Is conj. Sehneid. 
The distinction hetween tig and tog is well shown in Arist. Pac, 103. toj 
lor Jt is tov ovQiivov. Elg is. ott.i«iun:\lly used for cog, especially 


S^ ZOil'OK'lEOri- 

avh' atiiTf. fiin'ilriv' fitidl ^Qotidiixi; roiit 

Mo^iv ovv jfO(. Jtpos ai S*\Xa6«i TO ffftC, 

Sdomoiv', tovds tvyxKva (taO'dv xngrc. mn 

xal tavTK :toXXol XQog C-^^H TQKXiviav 

met' i^tlsyxEiv' ti ds |it^ X.^ya fpCka, 


oHfioi raXatva, nov jcor' sifil agdyfiaros ; 375 

with personal plurals (as in II. o'. 215. ovS' ig 'Aiaiovq j ulayexo. Od. v 
320. 383. qi'. 297,), and apparently also with personal singulars (as in II. 
Tj'. 312, Atuvt' — ds 'Ayafifiivova Siov ttyoi'. t'. 480. o . 402. q'. 709. 
i/j'. 36, &c.)i but ws 13 never, Ibelieve, joined, as a preposition, with an 
inanimate object, Cf. on <Ed, E. 1178. 1481. Markl. ad Snppl. 321. 

ovK aqiQovttartos , yuvKt] ou« aq>QojiT{aT(iys yi viv Wakef. 

avK aipgovTiCTas] 'AW iindesignedl}/'- Tiie same words Eur. Med. 010. 

367, (iriSi\ fi^ S\ A. B. K. L. (?) T, AM. fujrt Erf. jiij av Hart. 
Perhaps rig'htly, Cf. Arist. Th. 209. xl ovv; JioojVfifi tavta; AV. /ir, 
SoxEi ye eii (av yt?). Or jtijii — . 

fiijtffi XQoaSoita TiSSs} 'Do not eoea (so muck us) expect this'. 

loSs A. K. L. R. Aid. taSt B. T. Turn. troSt (or roi^fff, not ik^j) L. \<r. 

368, efeep] Qu. ijirnjp {or n™fC)i "r ^eniQ y' . 
ivxs^sQltuvxai] ivxs&i^juivxai Herw., coll. Timreo Atheii. II. 37 ii. 

Which I have received with Dind. and Nauck. Qu. iiTteif Si) xE&iQjiavzai- 
Aj. 478. oorig itivaletv iXmiatv ^SQiiaivexai. 

itnsQ — wo&m] '//■ indeed he has been inflmaed with a passion (for 
her)'. Cf. 476. xavr^ig 6 Stivog I/hqos ;to&' 'ifeBKljj | SirjlS's. Arisl. 
Lys. 1079. rt&EeftoicWi' (-fiavd-ai?) ye x^*"?"* qsaivtxai. 

369, Soph. Phil. 580. Se£ 8' avrov Uyeiv — nubs oi KKftf towoSs re. 

371. jiolioi 51^08 fif'oi;. Qu. jroUol S^ 'p fieOfl. Cf,423. iv jiieij^ ay ogci. 

372. ayopft] ' Assembhj.' I. q. a&Qoia/iati. For Liehas was address- 
ing the people £i/ ^av&cQei Xciiiiavi (183.), not in tlie market-place. 

aovs^'^Kovov] The passive form of this compound is cited by Wake- 
field from Clem. Alex. Strom. III. p. 549. 

woaiiKOs] Off avxios L. aQxie>g Herw. A. C. p. 21. Slaavxatg occurs in Tra- 
gedj'onlyonce besides, in Enr.Iph.T. 833. '.^pr/ras is common inSoph.andEur. 

(offdniTcoff eiioi] 'As well as 1.' I. q. o/ioimg, lamg ijioi. Herod. II. 
67. MS S' avrag (avxmg'i) tigBi xval ot l%vevxal &anxoviai. The con- 
struction of Ifiol with avve^^xovov is less prohaMc. Qu. I| mtijs ifioi. 
Or rather aoavxtag, l/ii | max i^ileyx^iv. 

373. eiax' s^slsyxsiv] 'So as to convict me,' if I speak falsely, 

374. ovx SSofiai] I. e. '/ am sorry.' 
ro — de*oV] ' The Imtk.' Cf. 347. 

375. nov not' siftl K^dyiiarog i] 'Hmo ever do I nou> fare'!' I. i\. r.i 
Tioxf vvv jEpaotfm; Cf Aj. 314. ■Kavi^Qtx' iv ira n^dyfiatng KVQoi -hots, 
102. (Ed. C. 170, JIpK/fire is here used in the same sense aa n^^ig 294. 



ri;v fi.0it^diynca Tttjfioi'rji' vTidareyot' 
nicpvxev, aSxs^ ovitiiyav /iieifivvTO^' 


ij xrtQrfi Xft(iJtQ(t xal xar o^fta itnt (pv6iv. 

376. slcScSiyiiat] iaSfSsyfiat Dind. 

EleSeS£ — vnoOTiyov] ' llaiie I received under mij rtiof.' Cf. El. 
laSS. ^f^aaiv KQzi Sajtatav vitaoTiyoi. Tr. a62. si&dpr' is Sofiov? 

niJUOvni'] I. q. ^la^ijV. 'Fesl, plague.'' Ant. 533. Sv aiB. .ffisch. 
Ag. 1230. Brijs la^'eaiov. 

377. Xa^Qalnv; m Svazjivoq, bq' — A. L. T. Er. Ilerm. Erf. Dind. 
Wund. Kck. la^Qaiov m Svaxr\voi; ~~ L. B. K. la^'Qttlov, a Svatnvos; 
— Wak. OaUf. la^faCov m Ha-riivos; — C. Matth. Qu. Xa^Qaiov n ^^- 
OTijj'Oe; Cf. 909. SviXaisv i; iiiimji'os sleoQaiisvij, El. 80G. n tfiioiqi'os. 
80. 282. Ph. 45S. 6 clijfion'. Aj. 109. But Ph. 744. Svarrivog a> zalag iyio. 
1153. m SvfSTijvog iyd. Ant. 850. lia SuOiiji-oi;. Tr. 1U3, lov lov lov 
SvcTTivog El 7 Wiu 1 e n s ore 

tev (ji- fioj] /j7 oS/ ois f The chol e\.p\ n oijjxos, Svayi- 
vtis Cf 318 

378 ovxayatv] owi yoii' A B K T Qu o e?i aywv. Cf. 420. 428. 

ff wi vuTo] Conlende I So Aj 1233 fl Mfioom Ct on 255. 

a79 Jyi pcefiied n A (sup li) L E Aid &c Ao Cant. This line 
^ CO t ed to De n a (tl s — 8 toiiwro )j xal i — qivaiv;) find the 
1 How g ones to the met, en^et u B K (ij) 1 Harl Junt. II. Tiirii, 
Anl this n ranfeement s folio ol Ij H ath B trf Scl Schol: tikss 
TO rov ayytlov npoeojiov q> e civtI iou np ztj 9sa xal to yivog 
ItpttH llov 

q KK in A K L V Ig jj »nl TOT B T fij s pr ) 

t] xaQTtt Cant Herm Dnl Bgfk Nek ; irKira Musgpr. ^ Ka§r« 
He th Br &.e For jj Kagta et Aj 135"^ jj mc^iw lolioi vvv rpCXoi &e. 
Fl 312 l'*78 .iEsch En "Hi) Httgi ar ( a — n ex /iar«. Ag. (i03. 
I] M p « jtqoi y a KOs « Qta^a vieoQ I'o' CI o Jl »; ttaQta pavxis 
ov^ ove Qazmv 9)0^05 Su|]l 45'' Eur Hipj 415 jj nKpire ^dlfi &u. 
Perl aps Mcl Mopi a n (Ed C 6 301 Aj 5 7 

Xa/jr^a] lllu 1 10 s noble Hero I VI 1 6 «al ta uvixa&ev Ikii- 
icfo ttito he Toutov — Kn vaQta Aa/iJijo PI t isyll 36, yvvi) tijv 
o9 " fwJtp«i)js » ye ovg X«p,Tigov El C^ 1130 

xbI KitT oai Ko: 9)V(r p] Tie usnal expre son would be xata te 
oitfia kkI <pva v Schaefer pi es Ar ?t 11 A p 4S4 Schn. «ni ittg't 
TaQttvta nal Kag av xal alXovg zojiovg Tri slate both in personal 
appear nee (nen) nd bj / tk ^ a v b tk aa Aj 1259. CEd, C. 212. 
tl 326 O f ipvB V here mea s ^^ e je sonal aj pe iranee ,'' ae in 308. 
% tranal te b Ik a fa e (exp ession) ml fi /u e Schol: nirl io» 
£«jre*jiijs rr)]/ aif * kccI to mtv otofia The op U et lafiwgn wouM seem 
to f vou he tormer eKplinati n 

naz ofific] KBT- ovoua Ha t We k! ICf on Aj 447.) Cf. 102. a 
vQii a « oaua F (p a v et i » A^ I '><* 


90 £Ot>OKylEOTZ 

nat^os {tiv ovGa yivsGiv EvQvtov OnoQK 380 

pidatag lipaiv' , cig Sri^ev ovSsv CStoqiov 

oXoivto (ijj zi Jtdvzsg 01 xaxol , r« Ss 

380 — 2. These three lines are perhaps spurious. 

380. Ttaz^og iisv ovaci] jiatQOS fiiQ ovaa Reiske, <Ju. naxgog ys 
(pvaa, or jicipos ysySoa (so also Weckl.). Certainly iiiv seems unsuitable 
here. Cf. El. 341. Siirav yi a oueai' itaxQoq, ov av nutq fqjws- 325. 
r^ii eiiv oftatftoi', iti TcatQOg ravroS fveiv. 

ovaa yt'i'fatj' A. Aid. Turn, ovea iriaiv (snpr, y and cam. reo.) L. 
ovaa yivcmg B. K. T. Perhaps to ytvos. Translate yivfOiv, ^by birlli', 
i. q. tpvaiv. 

jTort] Hardly right, Qu. To'if. Or 'voSn. Or S-aftti. Or ipoqijj f(Ed. R. 
1.). Or OTtOQu (420. Evfvtov anoqav. .316.).' Or Trpos oh — . Or siffg' co — . 

381. naXeito vulg. A. B. K. L. T. &c. 'jtalsiio Br. (tacitly) &c. 'SAe 
wall called'. By Liehas, says Wunder. Otherwise, he thinks, the poet 
would have written naXeitai. Hart: KdHariHi, jjs (why not i^s?) — ■ 

ouJa;io A. B. K. T. vulg. ovSaiiai L. ovSa/ia Harm. Dind. Bgk. 
Nek, &c. oiSap,^ Hart, cyjiosf)' conj. Enger. Suspected by Nanck. Cf. on 323. 

382. ^Idazag} •Origin, birth, parentage'. Cf, (Ed. R. 717. <Ed. C. 
972. OS otirs P1kgt«s hm yn'sfi'ItoiiB naipos, | ou jiijipos f'lov, ali 
ayivvrizoq %6z' ^, BlauTai plural, as elsewhere yavaC (Aj. 1094.'. 

irfiavfi\ oHovfi Hart, fyitouc piooiae eonj. Nauck, Qu. ^laetas 
i'rpaiv' (or tVpaj'), cob ^^^ev — . 

8ri9-tv —] ' M if forsooth' . Lat. 'scilicet'. Sohol: avii ror los d/J. 

wa^aiv #s ^j^'dous, -lEsch. Prom. 210. los Zeus avdaaot Sij9(v, Eur. Or. 
1313. ffis dij&ei' ouK E^duira ra|*ieyaff(i(W. 1119. Ehes. 719, Herod. I. 59. 
(OS kiijitificvyaq — S^&tv. Herod. III. 74, ms xiatoxatov S^iffv iovtoq 
avzov. III. 136. roe KuzaoKonovi S^&et lovzng. Herod. VI. 39. tag ov avv- 
tiSottg e^&sv &c I, 59. 73. V. 1. Thuc. I. 92. Sometimes Sij&fv is 
followed by tog. JBsch. Pr. 1022. ^jtEpiofiijCBs Sn&ev ag TialS' oi'ic jif, 
Eur. Or. 1117. li'mttm ^g ol^ovg Si^S'tv tag fl-wvoiifieroi , Eur. Hero. 949, 
xtt&eive, Kivtgov iS^9iv dg iiiav x^Q^- Sometimes, though very seldom, 
as here, oie is entirely omitted. Thuc. I. 127. roiiio S^ to cyos — ilav- 
vsiv IniXivov, Sri&tv rotg ^eoig (roig &ioig 6ri9gv al.) ttiiaQovvteg. 
Ill, 110. Wfic ^vXleyovTts lq>' a {^■ijX9ov Sij&fv. The true reading pro- 
bably is itpaiv' (or it^Qa^') , tos S^bev — . 

tB-coqiav] •Knowing'. Cf. on (Ed. E. 1484. ov9' ogav ov&' taToqUv. 
.^sch. Pers. 460. Kaxmg to fieklov IozoqUiv, Eum. 454. TCKziga S [ato- 
^eig vaXag, Ag. 659. el yaQ its antlg i/Xiov viv lerogfi \ «al Jwira &c. 

333, XO. ora. L. 

oAoH'TO fijj Tt jtavTSg] oXaivTO — ftjj ii Tcdvzsg Sch. Sthn. Trans- 
late: 'Perish — I do not say all bad men, but 4-c.'. Cf. Phil. 961. oloio 
fiij jtm Jigij' ii,a9otf)r — . Eur. Med. 82. oloiin piv juj' tfECJiotijs yag 
lat' iiiOg' I OIK? mbkos y rav fig tpiXovg dliOKftai. Schol: oJoijto 
ujj jiojTfS Sv^QbiTtOL, all 01 xaxoi «al offot jiij^fRriBvim Xa^ga 




ti iQ^i noitlv, yvvaXxBq; ag lym Xoyotg 385 

rots vvv aaQovGiv SxaaaltjyfiivTj xi/pra. 

JEEV&OV fioAoiJflK tavdffog, dg rax' "" ^i^PV 
li^sisv, si viv TtQog ^iav xqIvbiv ^bkoiq. 


t- all etui xca ya^ olx ktco jvrajijjL, Ifyei^ 


% iKHOLpjois Xoyoig "autoti ain:i9taaii ior the posititn f fiij cf aht 

I (F 1 C I'i'" Totzm S^ 9e«js "I nor efi&garcrov ziii Ant %b ««t 

I eouai yaQ eu — Dcm Lept p aij ckohcite (tij — 

E fifj T( A IS L Hirl All fUj Toi K (bnpl ( 1 For fiij n (t; ou 

I III cf El 1">75 

I IK Ss Xa^^ai OS atFKJtJ The propei ind U'; lal po itioc ol tl e woids 

I MoiiW be OS (oUTts) ^i aimtt th XaS-gaia Q i ra ^f | kkj; oens «ffMEt 

V. (II] Tt^tJiovT aoro) laflgre The Lumnoii reading- may have originated in 

',i the mode of writing la&Qai 

'j 384 Ss] Hereales or Li ha^i" Dobree rightly iinderstanda the litter, 

^. 1 leinng to Eur Med 8'' But the imprecation is probiHj of a general 

;Vi kind though »e should have expected ooris rither thin os 

'1 KOBSi] Praclises <E 1 C 913 3{*at aexovaav — noXn Eui 

; Snppl. 872. ^pijffTOTnT jjdMfjKorw. Blom£ &1. ad ^sch. Prom, 1102. 

j, nij nqijcovz' avxa] ii^ TtQfyiov9' teiiim Steph. Probably rightly: 

< see sohol. Cf. Phil. 903. triv avTOv ipvaiv \ otcfj' hjiiav Tig BqA ta fi^ 

y jTpoiJEtiidTK. Naiick proposes jxri JT^iTcovT sofrlra. 

f' 385. 390. Ttoietv'] nos£v L. The first syllrble short: cf. on Aj. 1356, 

;; 38fi. feapovaiv] Qu- cpttvetatv. 

'■ 387. jtsv9ov] ^v&ov Nauek. Cf. (Ed. R. 604. nsv»te»cu occurs 

fc several times in jEschyhis. 

>■ 383. fitv the mB3. viv Br. Dind. Bgk. Schn. Nek. &c. fi^ Herm. Cf. 

V on El. 628. Eiir. Hipp. 3168. Phoen. 652. Andr. 1139. Erechth. I. 21. 39. 

I Ti^iveiv] I. q. dvaTtgivnv. ' To gueslion.' Cf. 314. 195. 

I &iloig A. L. T. ^eXeig B. K. (supr. oig) Herm. 

i. 389. ouK Kiro ywojfujs] 'jVo( ml/iout Judgment.^ Schol; ovn avev avvi- 

i- ctmg. Cf. 667. Thuc. I. 76. ««d tov affrprajMiToii rpdwou. Plat. Theset. 36. 

5. ajid OKOttoii E^eijHrrai. Philostr. Icon. II. 32. val ^ qomr^ orK aao io5 

*" i7fi£*o«ou i(ioVov. So WHO ^ur^pos (Ed. C. 9iH>. aao tqojiov Pint. Mar. 11. 

■1 Compare also the phrase and foov tlvai 11. a. 562. Matth. Or. §. 572. 

f Bsro A. K. L. T. llerm. Diod. Bgk. cJtd B. Wnnd. Nek. Most editors write 

I Bjio in this sense. See Valck. ad Theocr. Adon. p. 238. Heyn. ad II. k'. 324. 

I Schaef. ap. Bast. Grog. Cor, p. 210f. A^ording to this, we should acjcen- 

,| tiiste EK, when used in this sense, as icTr. 1078. f k Kirlvfitiarav {v. Valck. 


^rtJ'l'OK -IKOtl 

(ii(iv\ rag off' rtJ'iJp ovx 8(t-0V vjt' KyyaXav^ 
nkX KVTOX^rjTag ^ in do'ftrai' Jiopeii'sTKf. 


tC xpi), yvvai, iinXnvrci ji.' 'H^axlst Xsyuv; 
did'a^ov, ag fQTCOvtog , ojg OQug , ifiov. 

ad Herod. II, 142). But, as I see no valid reaaoti for aiicli a tharige of 
accent, I prefer with Apitz to write always cjto'. 

390. XO. Turn. &c. "AFF. Herm. Dina. Nek. &u. Continued to 
Deianira in tbe older inss. e.nd Aid. 

ruttig Si jtpoeiisvmiisv — ;] In Aj. 328. the Chorus is invited by Tec- 
mesBA to leave the stage, in order to enter the tent of Ajax. 

ij zi xQrj naiiivi] Supply aXlo. So (Ed. C, 474. ij Ttoiip zqotiio^ Eur. 
Hec. 872. iq 'jtixovgia ■tii'i; 1203. i] tiv ahiav %%aiv; Compare the 
elliptic phrases, %i fiiji'; zl yag; xl Sai; 

jtoeiv K. L. 

391. A,/, praef. B. K. T. Turn. Xo. A. L, K. Aid, 

IMtitv] On this form, which need not to be reclioned ivnions loiiisinu, 
V. Elmsl. ad (Ed. C. 638. So Ixeiv and laxuv. Sea. 

oS avijiy] oS' avijQ the mss. oS a> vijq Erf. wrijp off Br. 

SS'I 'Here'. In Latin '/ikce\ 

vn' ayyslav] Cf. 935. (Ed. R. 1073. Eur. Andr. SRI. o^ yag juag at 
KlijSovog xgoSviiia | fitt^i&oj', alia p.vgtmv vn ayyilmv. Apitz eup- 
plies Klti&tls from avtotLlrfzoe {y-lji^fig avzog v<p' ititov), coll. Aj. 289. 
zi ztjvS axltjtog ovS' oi ayyilrav ( HJlij&eifi aipogii^B lereKn ovze znv 
Klvmv I ealniyyos; jEsch. Co. 888. ?k<d jtsv ovu ayiltjzas, all' hit ay 
yilrov. (Bl. Gloss.J 

392. nUTOKljjTOsl 'Of Ids own ticcord.' Schol: avzafiazog. 

394. ag fQTCOvtoe tleoQ^s ^f'OV the mss. vulg. Herm. Sohii. lag igiiov- 
xos, sieogae, iwoo Vauv, Dind. tog (gjcnvtos (staogag;) i/iov lleisig .tjI 
(Ed. C. 1080. IBS iQTtovzog, mg og^g, lixov Wiind. ^Sn sqtiovtos, lag 
oQag, i/ifOV Hart. Tridinius compares Arist. Kan. 128. rog ovzoe fs fi^ 
BaSieziiiov (so. itiov). And Wunder (Ed. R. 11 f. yptfje — (as 9ilovzog 
av \ Ifiov Ttgoeagnitv itav. 145. Ant. 1179. (Ed. C. 83. Herod. VU. 143. 
Xeu. An. I. 3. 6. Matth. Gr. g. 588. Add El. 316, wg vvv ajtovzog iazogei &:u. 
Matthl^ ad Orest. 383, thinks there is a confiision here of two construe- 
tions, fag ignovzog ifiov, and mg tgTiovtK i/ii flaogetg. Apitz connects 
sleogag sgTcovzog, coll. 351, zovzov liyovzog zavdgog ila^nova' ^ym. 
II. S'. 357. ojs yvSt xtooiihoio — . Xen. Mem. I, 1. 12. ovSslg Ss iroiitoie 
Santgarovg ovShv aae^ig ouffc avoaiov ovzt Ttqdttovzog tlSev [otSfv 
vnlg.) nvze liyovzog ^-xoveev, &c. And Musgrave compares II. iJ'. 357. 
O'. 427. Eur. Ph, 1380, &c. Cf, on^an, 815, jjvfx' av o^vlalov Trig fSlj 




a^ i'x ru%tiuii avv X(i6viii (ifjaSft [luXiov 

{-lov 'ncctrj'!) ^-^yovzoq oSovxag. The tommon reailing iippoai's to mo 
uniloubtedly faaltj-, and 1 have little doubt tli^it tlie tnie one is tbo one 
adopted by Witndef, mg FeTioiTOs, ae ipcs, ip,ov. Cf. SC6. Fr. 165. as 
opcie. E^s and ag are often confused (cf. on CEd. K. 1481). Hor need the 
repetition of mg offend, Cf. 1241. of/ioi, tai, tag fotKcg, ms vaetlg <fQa- 
estg. Ant. 736. oflcifi tkS' mg etQTjKag <»e ayav vcog; El 1341. ^yyulag^ 
ms iofxi, ft MS ts&vijKOTor. (Ed. li. 932. Wakefield Lad already hesita- 
tingly proposed mg ogag for tlaoQ^g. Perhaps; ag tgnovra y' elaoQug 
ini. For sleosav used as the simple ogav cf. on El. 997. 

395. /k ia;[a/cs] I. e. Tcrzia>«- Cf. 727. S^ ivovaiag. Ant. 994. Si' 
099i}s. El. 1062. ^ji' faag. (Ei!. R. 696. xaz oe&yjv. Herod. I. 60. i« 
vstjs- Sehol. ad 396. in v^mg. So ISlciv, Sia Kevrjg, &c. Qn. toS' 
*K laxtiag — ; Or ovtm xt ta%£<i>s — ; 

avv Zpoi'^J figaSit jiolav} ' Afler having come so leisiij-ely.'' Cf. CEd. 
C 1601. ToeS' ijiiazoXas tiixtqI j laiel (ppajtr?) 'TcoQEveay ^vv xqovm. 
The expression X9°''V PQfSit is a strange one. Qu. avv %q6vb> ^paSvg 
p-olmv. Cf. 599. as lajiiv ^Sij ta hcikq^ XQO'''^ PeaSi£g. 738. jj 'tpavrip 
iya ^Qadvg. Ant. 231. loiav^' iXCeaiav r^vvzov exol^ ^QaSvg. Ph. 1223, 
ouK av qjpBfftittj JIVXI.V Hv TtaXCvTQOTiog | ksXsv&ov J'jurfis aSs avv 
anovSy zaxvsi 

S96. ^eetie A. Ac, alaatie Turn. Stepli. Sehol: Hiri xov dtaestg. 

K«l vsoJdtfffd'Ki. the DISS. avavEaeaa9ai (from sehol.) Cant. Wak. Bi-. Sch. 
Erf, Hart, and so Eust. p. 811, 20. Kavavtiaiitiie9ixt Wund. (See his Emend. 
p. 20f., im being contracted by synizesis; cf. on Aj. 1117.) vccvvBio<!iiia9ai (an 
ttiii^Eivaa S35.) Herm. Apitz. Dind. Schn. Bgk. Nek. Sehol: avayiKii'i<!ix<!9tfi 
Kctl av&ig oinlijaat dx^i^mg Ik vsag . ^ ouna" nqlv ^firv vaivoTigoog 
dvamcviaoao^ai ioyovg. Eust.p.611, 20. lo ^eap — . l^ ov «al nagd £oifo- 
■kXsI civavia>eais%'(:ii Xoyavs, to ixva%iviieai , slnBiv Si iivQitoTtgov, dva- 
itoliieai. (Cf. Hesiod. Op. 460. &iQSOg Si vewjiivt] ov a dnatqeii,.) 
'Avavtov6»ai occurs in Thno. Dem. Cratiii. (Mein. H, 110). For irplj' 
Mat cf. El. 1133. jiqIv — v,ava<iraaae9ai qiovov. Ant. 280. navaat, itglv 
OQVVg M«(ts (lEOiiuoat liyiov, Qu. itglv '^fiiv Kavanoivova&ai. Xoyovg 
(see Sehol.). 

397. 399. AI.] ayy. L. 

398. 'Will ihort also f/ine a pledge of IraflifalneSK'f'' i. o. wilt thou swear 
to speak the truth? Wuuder cites Eur, Or, 245. ^kei, xii niazov idflt 
idyBi- JfitSv Sixoo —. Cf. Phil. 803. 





rt's ri yvvri dfjt' ierlv , ■Jji' ^xhs ayiav-, ■IW 

Evfioug' av S' i^Xaatev ovx exa> liysiv. 


ovtog , ^^sq>' aSi. Ttpog Tiv' ivviitetv SoxElq; 

sv d' s's Tt tfjj ftfi Tovr' ^pcjrjJeKg ^j;"S ; 

vifiEts] K th fi N k 1 d Cf (Ed. C. 879. And 

so, I think, read th S h 1 h ppl S ijyjj fi Lichas' reply. 

399. 'Let gktj J K otd (b or u; th I U speak the truth) 

concerning Ihos It g II h k I h pp k w 

imta iiiyces Z ] Tt d E Iph T 10 7 This expres- 

sion is borrow d h th T ged f H d used not only 

at Thebes (An t A h 911 860 ) b t 1 t Afh \ ^■^ick. ad Phcen. 

p. B61. Neu. ad A t 184 Cf (Eil C 5 2 O t 

mv y'] I.e y ( ftta & ) — P i p / . Schol: 2r( 

Tiegl oiv ot3a p p s ^ lyi) (» 

400—4. R k g tl 1 th JJf 4U0 4C1. J/. 401. 403. 

JH. 402. ^/. 406 N k d D d f id tl m th rder: 400. 403. 
404. 401. 402. P h p gl Ij b t th t p t by no means ne- 

cessary. In li 450 401 404 405 410 412 415 416 419. 421. 427. no 
persons are given in L., but only linos indicative of a change of person. 

401. Ev^oits] Elmsley on Her, 84. (Ev^mS' axtav) woald write Ev- 
^63ls. Cf. on 237 above. 

402 — 31. In these lines those parts which in the mss. and scholia nm 
assigned to Deianira [or else have no person affixed), are given by Brunch 
and others, after Tyrwhitt, to the ayyslog. 

40-2. oSros, piif' (»*£] Cf. (Ed. R. 1122. oSioj av, n^ia^v, SevQO 
(1.01 ipiivei ^ls«(dv I So" «* a' lemr™. Horn. 11. .'.373. Arist. Ach. 290f. 

403. AI.] ayy. L. 

Is %i\ 'For what purpose?' Lat, 'quoTsum'l' Ct, ilS. UQoq zl S' teio- 
e»ie; Sanec. de Benef. III. 15. 'in quid isti vh-i ornati adhibiti sunt? in quid 
impriiaunt signa'f IV. 13. 'mundus in quid vices fuas obsdlvit? in quid sot 
diem extendit el contrakit?' 

its the mss. h Dind. Cf. Enr. Phten. 621. af (e's conj. Viilek.) t( fi* 
taiofttg tods; 

igtoz^aas' (' in- rue. in K.) the mss. sgwrijoors Tjrwliitt Ik-;. 



it^og riiv XQazovSav ^rjavsiffav Oivsag 
xoQTjv, Sd^uQTft S' 'HQtxxkiovg , si f(^ xvpra 
Isvisovtv jiKTRia, deGnotw 8s rijv iji^v. 


tovT avt' iX9Vt*^ Tovro Gov iia&etv. Xeystg 
Sioaoivav eivai, ttjvSs G7[V ; 


SCuaia yaQ. 

404. Toifujcov] 'Venture, make bold.' CEd. C. 184. El. 1051. 
tl tp^oviiq\ 'If thou art wise'. Qu. ftns^ oli3% , 

Z a A. Harl. iig K. L. Sff' Aid. a a B. T. Turn. Perhaps So' is 
right, for iaza^iiv nowhere elao governs an aocus, in Soph. Cf. (Ed. E. 1122, 

405. weos Tijir Mgatotieai'] Sc. ivvinuv 8ov.m (402). 

406. Sa^a^-ca &' A. K. L. T. vulg, Sditai/S-' B. E. Herm. Read Sa- 
fiapTC @', as Nauck alao proposes. Cf, 739. tov avSga ror eov la&i, xov 
S' ijiov Xiyia \ naziga. (Ed. C. 323, jialSa o^*, iiiifv 8 opov | ojiaiiiov. 
1275. m anicp,az' avSgos loii^ , i/ial S oiialnoveg. Phil. 530. to qiikxaroy 
[iiv ^(iKp, i}Siatos *' avije, 1 qst'iot Sh vaviai — . (Which however is not 
precisely a parallel passage, the objects hero heing different.) Eur. Hec. 
534. ta xai ntjXeais, jtarVje S (fiog. Andr. 25. 7iXa9sia ■^xiXlstog naiSl, 
^EffJiOTj S' (t' the mss,) ifira. Herod. I. 114. a ^ainliv, vno row eov Sov- 
Xov, ^ovaoXov Sf amSoe, raSj jtEpiufleifffiffl-a. S. Paul. Ep, Phil. II. 25. 
'EjiaipQoSitov lof aStXqihv — foj), ir/tdJi' Si tmoaioXov, Elnisley (ad 
Med. 040.) endeavours to defend the common reading by eiplaining the 
words to mean, 'quae et vxor HercuUs est, el mea domina\ 

407, Xeveaiav fuJioria] 'Seeing wrong'. Cf. 863. 
Tt the mss, vulg. Read Si. Cf. on 406. 

408, Arr.} Jrj. L. 

zovT aq' ^XQsSov av-zb conj. Herw, But cf, (Ed, B. 1013. lori' 
aiito, ngia^v, tovTO it' datttl ipoptf. Arist. Nub.^ 1052. xaiiz' iaxl 
tavz iKBiva, I « &c. 26. tout' lari tovzI io kcckov o ft' uTcoXailsiiiv. 

lorid] S^ra Hart. 

aov ita^tiv] 'To learn from thee'. (Ed. E. 575. jEscbyl. ap. Arist. 
Kan. 1270, fiav^avs fiou. So TCV&fUQ'ai xivog &c. TJsnally 5ing« is added. 

409, AI.I ayy. L. 

SiKata yHpl ' Ves, for it is true''. Wiinder supplies: liyiiv iif Si- 
aitoivav tlvai ijjp#t ^/uj*. Scliol: Sinitia . avxl xov alrj^ij. Gl. T: 
a'lij&f's- For this sense of yuQ cf. (Ed, B. 1117. ^yvema yaQ. Fh. 756 


£O(l>0J<y!E0 12: 
ri tftjiK; noiav a|«)tb' Suvvai dix}jv, 


ovdii'. Gv fitvTui xdffta Tovto dywi' xvqel^-. 

aneifu. (la^os S^ )j ildha xfivav at'^iv. 


Arist. Nub. G79. Uji' na^SoiiTjv ^-ijXstKv; Z'ib. og^ag yag Ai'jfis. I'ur 
the plurnl thus Dsed cf. 4S&. kevov ya^ ov SiKccid ct \ ];ti}(ifrv. 1116, 1163. 
Arist. Eecl. 400. o^ Setva — ; Herod, I. 207. S^Xa yap &c. II. 102. Sijla 
Povloiisvoe aoiieiv o>g &a. III. 35. Below 949. SvaiiQiTa. 

HO. a^ioie] ' TMnkesl rigAl\ ^aegimm censes'. (Ed. K. 944. 
k|[co ^Hjijir. El. 173. Ariat. Eau. 1009. tovr' ovv d jiri jiEnoiij«aq — 

411. After ^v two letters are erased in L. 
is A. L, T. i^ig B. K. 

TijvSt] 01. T. SeiKTivms. 

fi^ Sixaioi rat] 'To be not IruthfiiV. Sehol: ji^ alijfl-fiJrojJ, Cf. 348. 

412. JHBg fi^ tf^Haios;] 'ffoHJ ko/ IruihfulV iUij (not ou) is here put. 
because Liclius ia repeating the very words of the messenger. 

ti Ttore itoiTiilag ?Xftii\ ' WAet ever is this device you are planning 
/against me)?' So Schol; li xenavovgymtts koe' iftov; zl s^yjiav^aa 
rj iSoJLtiaaes; Cf. 1121. ov6lv ^vvir/ft' tav ov -TcoiKiXlsig Jialai. Ilenee 
nomilos 'cunning, crafty'. Pli. 130, jromi'ltDg avStaiievov. Bnintk ex- 

xiXas Tyrwh. 

413. ".^rr.] Jjj. L. 

loSto Sgivj I. 0, Tiofx-iXXtav. 

414. At.'l ajy. L. 

iiv the mss. Tulg. Herm. Wund. ligk. ^ DinJ, Niiucl:. 

xlvcaf ndXai K. 

416. oS] Sc. ttjifi. 

jiVns A. K. L. jfjiois li. T. 

fotoeoLijiFi'OsI ' /Mhij i/ursiivnril'. Suliol : t(i(dr(il(ifvos. 




;.fV\ tlTl-lQlllEIS 

A IX A 2:, 


'IoKtjv sipaiixcg Evqvtov ana^av ayeiv ; A20 

iu;. Cf. Eur, Snpi.I. 560. KH. pov3.ii avudijita iiv&uv tV j5pffj;£r ai- 
&£!'; I 0H. Wy', £»' II ^ou'lec «tti yog 01! atyrjldg tl- (Wliich passage 
bears so dose a resemblance to this, that it aeeiiia scarcely possible but 
that one was copied from the other.) Eur. Med. 1320. Xey', il it ^ovlei. 
Herod. VIII. 53. ixiksvs — Xiyiiv, el' n ^ilu. 

417, 'Arr.) Art. L. 

Tijv alxfutleizovl Perhaps t^k alzitalaziS' {Aj. 71. 1228.). But cf. 
,'j32. Tdig atjjialmatg, Mseh. Ag. 1416. ij t' alj^^alaiTog ^St (Casandra). 
firt/iVs] 'Tlioti didst conduct'. 

418. KaxaCe^a djjjiou; At. ipriiil the luss. Wak. Hevm. Wund. Scliu. 
Bgk, Nek. Kmofff&a S^t' ; AI. ov qnjiii Bv. Vauv. Diud. Hart. Wrongly. 
After djjjcou Hermann, Wunder, and others wrongly interrogate. Trans- 
late: 'yo« doubtless know'. 

yll.] 'Ayj. L. For JIQ05 11 cf. (Ed. R. 766. 1144. Aj. 40. 

419 ovKOVv] omovv Schol. Turn. 

ijv iiit ayvotas ogas] ' Whom thou preiendest not to knovi ^lit. scesi 
m ignurance)'. Schneid: 'guam cum igiioratione aides, simtdaiis ts earn 
ignorare'. Sehol: jjii nqoexoisi^ ayvosiv. Gl: 13V ayvoiig. The j)hraso 
however is a very extraordinary one, and is with reason suspected by 
Wakeiield, Nanck, and others. It is more tiian probable therefore that 
tlie passage ia corinpt, Schneid. conjectures: ijg av y ayvottg Qiofus, 
or rig ev TOvvofi' ayvoiis (400). Beiske: ^v vn' ayvoif OTiytig. Hart: 
iji' vn' ayvoCa ok^jmis (?}. Erf: Jji" iiw° ayvoiag jtsijug. Mein: ijv av y' 
ayvotiv Xiyttg (or So%eig). Herwerden: ^v fi' ayvoiiv SoKcCg {or ijmwe 
ayvotig yovag, ur tjotiiq ayvoiav ^goelg). Weckleinr jjs <"' y' (or ijffjise) 
ayvotig enogag. Cf. 401. Qu. ^v icpaaxte ayvoiiv. Or ijVittQ ayvosilv 
Soxiig. Or ijCTcfg ayvoets eao^av (Aj, 1298, reading ndjiji' for awo^av in 
next V.) Or — yovctg (or ifveiv, or ytvog). 

V7t ayvolag] 'In ignorance (not knowing)'. Cf. on El. 630. Eur. 
Hipp. 1299. tog vn' ivKXiiag ^avy. jEseh, Suppl. 499. «al Sii (read ^*ij) 
tfiXav Tig ^vzar uyvoiag vno. Ag. 1596. ayvoia Xa§iov. Sec Musgrave's note. 

ayvoiag A. K, L. T. avoiag E. Cf. on Arist. Av, 577. After ayvoiag 
;i letter is erased iu L. 

420, EvevTOD aTcoQan] Cf 31(1. aii<l 011 .^ISO. PvrhajiN E^y^'':"" «"?';!'■ 


I KV0'0{oaoi0i ; rig Jt6&ei> fiu^eii' 


dyo^a nolvti flow ravtd y' ti6i^K0V6' "2^"s'- 

xXvEiv y eqiaaxov ' ravzo d ovx^ yiyveTca •Vi'i 

421. uoi'ois h A. B. L. T. jioCoieiv K Wlucli littu sn.i ^ i I i I I 
or, 423. Tcollotuiv narmv, 4i>0. jroUot jag ofs ffgijHHS 

i/s iro&fi' A. L, T. Apita. Henn Wand Diiiil Stl ii ^^k ti^ no&fp 
a. K, Aid. Br. i^s, jid&fj' V;uiv. Sclinef For tilt double intLiiugatioJi Ttt, 
Jto&'fv fiolav; comliined in one clause, WunilBr compares Ant 401 ay it. 
Si tiivSs ra T(n>)ici> jro&EK Xa^cov Phil 2i'( kk [ atolro wgocicj^fs 
TJJvSf ytiv lio'&fr jti^ioi'; Add Phil 1091^ xav itvxf «d|o(1(u cnuiofioi 
(iiXeos %6&fv ilitiSos; Eur. Ilel, 1542. oi riij.uovts, «ms in tivog i-fiOb' 

JTOIS — ^METE &C. EI. 779. 2"''e*'^'l ^ ttVOf ■ri'vtS I TToSif 7CO^EVSC&'; 

leit r {S'i)h ^oiag ;[fl-opos; Ion. 793. awg Si ^od viv floiSav; 873. tl 

a no9sv ('il 

g ed p S h p 

ft sition of the pronoun, liorc uot umpliatu', 

Q fi 9 PLiL 433. Gl. 1224.), or i^Sfia^ivpifofi. 

31 (ici Sef jw me'. The imperfect participle. Cf. 431. 

A . y jc Qto Q (Ed C. 1587. xal av nov it<ve'^>' ^|o'<?&'- 

El. 3. Bothe, Nauck, and Dindorf read nttQit, Cf. 370. Ent no I'liiTi-i'tlon 

is reiiuired. Cf. 431. El. 877. fc^t xoir liiov \ «Xvovaa &a. 

433. ~^rr.]^ Jti- L. 

■noltoiaiv naxbiv] Perhaps reoAiois Iv aaiiiv (and so Wak.) Hiit if. 
on 421. Or Ttotloi y' itv aarmv (se. fiaoivgijatiav). 

424. zaiird y' ela^KOVn' A. T. ravt ftoijuouo' (supr. m) K. luin 
Ictftova B. tkut' eiaijxoveiF L. Harl. Qii. rait fejj '^ijxova'. 

425. yir.j '.rfyy. L. 

vai . jtXvnv tliemss. vnlg. val del. Dind. ("Soepe vol sic suppler criint 
glussatores ") Nek. Cf. Eur. Ipli. T. 742. Reialg. ad tEd. C. 309. 

vXviiv y A. L. (qn,) T. ^Xvitv 8' B. vlviiv K. 

taito S' — Xoyov] 'Sul to slate an opinion and to deliver a p/mitii-r 
naserlioa are not the same thinff.' Schol; ov zavzov iezi Soxijnig nai aXij- 
.Silg loyos. Siutilarly .^scli, Ag. 13G9. zh yaQ zujcdtitv tou cdip' flSi- 

zcrvTii] Tvicov is far iii.ire iVnciuent in AtUt- po-^trj- th^iii tai'izh, vi-t. 



i)6k>](>iv ii'rrtii' xd^«x(}i.jiiaiiiii X6yoi>. 

ddfia^T scpaazs^'H^axlit ravtiiv uyciv; 

Si'axoiVK, tovSs rig tcot' ioxXv o ^ivoq. -530 


iiisUiices (if tlio iiittor, apjiareutly incoiitruvui-tililH , :ii'e to bo found. See 
JUmsl. ad Moil. TiSI. and iu Cl.iaa. Joani, XVI. 437. In tliu inesuiit iu- 
iitiuic'p, if tliere ivere iiiij- g-ooil reason, una uiiglit tmnsi>ose yiyvftal 8i 

yivitai A. B. K. L. T. yiyv^zitt Tarn. Br. Sec. 

42G. S6«>i<!iv] 'An opinion.' (Ed. R. C8I, doVijois ayvag Xuytav. 
n..ror1. Vir. 185. do'injoi* tfs te' XtYtir. 

427. Ttuiav SoKiiaiv;] 'Opinion indeed!' Lat. 'Q'liim l>t milii ophiiii- 
wm ntirras'i' Eiiv.Hei.B6G. la %q6viOs li&iai' o^s ^aficgtog is );tpae. j — 
lloioq SafiaQzos; Ai-iat. Aeli. 02. noCov ^aeilsms; Ljs. 730. ujio icw ff^oji' 
-xciraMOirio'ftJi'a, — - IToiav alfov; 922. ■noia ■^I'a&os; B71. Hau, B29. Mttt 
Tots Stoiatv iTciTQETca. — JToi'ots ^Eofsi Plant. True II. 2. 29. 'muUerex 
vi>lo consenire voslras. St. Quas tii mulieres mlhi nart-es — !"' Tliia use of 
Jioi'oe is very comiiioii in Comedy, but is searceJy ever found in Tragedy. 

ou« A. K. L. ovS' B. T. 

ouH iitafioxosl Perhaps ov Sidftotos V. Phil. 593. 

ijttofioiog Xiyraul 'Speaking ora oatk.' Cf. 1188. Z^r'.fjfiov feojfioiop. 
Aj. 1113. iTvfx o^y,fov, oleiv t;* iva>fi,otos. laaens p. 54, 13. Kal avio- 
((orot Mat oiioaavtts. Andoe. 130, 40. 

429. lyrii SdiiuQta;] 'I as wife'!' Put concisely for Eyii fqianao;' Bjisiv 
laiiTJjJ' dHfjapTK '/fpaKlEi; Cf. Arist. Ach. ,919. avft\ ya^ ifixQ^astsv av 
10 viaQioy. \ Ji. vewgiov ^gvallisi o^iioi, xCvi T(ion;o); Vesp. 474, Firfl'' 
o;riBS — tg ioyotij fi^oifisv aAlijitoici. kcI Stalkaydq; \ Xo. col HoyoHS — ; 
Lys. 378. Xovtqov y iyra 3iaj*'|iM. | Xo. sfiol av Xovtqdv, ai aaTtpd; 
529. fnavoQS'(oaaiiiiv av viiag. ] III}, vjiffs ^t^^Si Sbivov yc leyeig &c. 
PI. 129. ^ym yap ajroSf^|iB ue rou ^toj srolii | jiiEfoii AuirffiEroi'. ITl. 
^fiJ ctl; Eccl. 763. zi 3' i o^j;!. nei&aQj^slv fts to£s vopoiei Sii; — icoCoi- 
011', 0) S^'ecijiis; — Toiq SeSoyftivots- \ — iJeSoy^ivoiaiv, 

ipgdaov — xavSt, -cis &c.] The usual Attic construction for ^Quaov 
Tig ZSs reoi:' iezCv. Cf, CEd. K. 92*. Observe moreover 6 iivog made to 
agiee by attraction with rig, ratber tlian with the more remote pronoun 
t6v9b. Cf. Aj. 1044. El. 1G3. 1040. and on Arist. Eau. 427. KKBCK^cyit 
Si^ivov, oOTig lat'iv dvenplvciiog (instead oi Xf^ivov rav'AvaqiXiciiav, 
oGug leHv). 

430. rot** (o (tltered from m) L. om. Ifarl. 

431. "^rr.] Ji;. L. 

Ss cnv viilg. llJriH. Tigk. os Oou 1„ Dirid, N.-k, Wliich sciim-, pivfor^ble. 



jroAti,' dujibuj itaGu , kuuj; 1} Avdt'a 

ttv&Qonos, oi Si0xotv\ K^oflTifro' to yag 
f-riQiiv VO0OVVTOS Kvtfpos ovji} Oatppovog. 435 


^17 , Jt^og Bs TOv xar axpov Oittiiov aayov 

^KOvasv] Perhaps Tftiovai y' . 

432. naea] 'Entirely, utUrly.' Cf. Aj. 519. Iv coi nae' fyiayi ca^o- 
jtHi. 276. Ktivos It iuin 1«S IXn^azixl MK115. Phil. 1341. (oj tW artiy 
Kl) — Tgo^a* alavai Jtaeav. 

Hoix V A- Aid. Turn. Br. Herm. Dind. Bgk. koojI B. K. L. M. T. Nek. 

^ JuSfn] I. 1. ^ .^ii^jj. ' TAe Lydiatt dame', i. e. Omphale, Others, 
Hs Bothe, Tinder stand i; AvSlcc of the conntry so called. It was not, Liolms 
had said, from anger at liaving been sold as a bondsman to Omphale, that 
Hercules bad laid waste (Echalia, but from a passionate desire to \\os- 
sess lole. I would read kqv AvSfi ywrj. Cf. 70. AvS^ yvvamC. 3.'iG. 

433. qiaveti] ' Sauing sliouin ilaelf.' Cf. 1. Ant. 532. Mus^ave proposes 
(f^sorlsis '/rustraliis\ Weoklein iiovog, coll, 363f. 

434. av&QiOTcos] ixv^Qnuioe the oiss. Corrected by Br. Herm. &c. 

(0 SinTCOiv', ajTOOTijio) tbe mss. Aid. vulg. Br. Herm. Dind. &c, m 
SioTcoiv , imiOTijio T. Tnrn. aSlo^oiva, mor^ciijioi v. I. ap, schoi. Steph. 
Heath. Vauv. la Sionoiva, TtQoattjria Musgr. Schol; atQianii ^ ncto . ij yg. 
KUQaTijrta, otov av^gmjios arrirai xciQsX9rov (is itiaov 6 SitlifZ'^"' jif. 
An absurd coioeeture, owing to an incoiTCct arrangement of the persons 
{cf. on 402). Tricl; laiaz^xa, riyovv nagilQ-av anjum tls pieov o Stf- 
liy^atv (IS. Observe in this line the quaai-caesnra at to Sianoiv , as in 
472. 604. 614. 1098. 1100. and in many other passages. 

435. voaovvti themss. vulg. voaovv ri (' mendax giddpiom') Steph. Cant. 
voaovvra Heath. The sense is rather obscure. Translate: '/"oi- to hablile. 
viUh an insane person (like this fellow) ix not the pari of a sensMe mim'. 
Or perhaps thns: 'for to trifle with a person in trouble (as you now are 
from jealousy), is not the part of a sensible man'. Both explanations aru 
given by tiie sciiol: voaovvxt Si, avxl zov I'OiroiJiig vno Jijlorujr^as ■ 
agesvinds 3\ slicsv . ij yut&oiov 6 loyoq, »al (tva?) lii) Soiy avti^v 
SieXiyxttv ovzet. To yaq (tacvoftiva avft^lvagti* avSgoq ieztv &u. 
Cf, 1230, 10 filv voaovvti S-vjiovc&ai mkmo'j'. Naack conj: X-ifgovVTi 
■nfioaixctv. Perhaps rightly. Qu, to yag \ X^jgttv voeovvTog avSQog — . 
Or TO yag \ voBovvzog tttttv — . Or to yag [ voaoivr' SXeyx^'" "■ 

aaifgovos] 'Sane, sensible, prudent'. Phil. 304. 

436. Jigos ai B. K. L. T. Turn. Br. xgh "<> A. Aid. Tigog ae Hcnn. 
Dind. &c. For the position of as of. <Ed. C. 250. 1333. Phil. 468. Mattli. 
§. 465. n. 3. And for the omission of ijtiieiiai or tlie like see Moiili ad 

Hippol. Ii03. 

Otxaiov vaitog] Bead Ohaiov jiayav. Cf. 1191. Ohit? Ztji/os viii- 



,-:/((ig XKtmitQKTiTnvtas , f-xxli^'liS ^'^Y'>i'. 
t»i' j-Kp yvvKixl rows hiyovg BQelg xnx^ 
ovS' ^rtg 01) xKTOidf. rav^Qfoaav on 
XftiQEiv Jt^pvxEV ovxl totg avtolg liti. 
"EQOti ftsv vvv offTtg ttvxaviSzKXfa 

ovtog J'«p Kpx*' "f*^ &£fiv oirrag &e'Xfi, 
xfCjiov yf nSg d' ov; j;KTEpKff y' otKg ffiov. 

line lhi«/is'. 
Anacreon ap. Athciu 

437. xanverpKiriorios] A^cinuieHBMti' is a word of t: 
WiikeficM however finds it. in Plut. Timol. 28. imv ^atf^agmv fittwi* r« 
jtpdoftwtK Ktil KafTjaTQaTCTB ztig oTpeig, PorlJHps ^nji (or jid'kc ) neipw- 

i'x-xliip'ss Xoyov'j ' M'UMold (/Yom me) any word'. Cf. Aj. 188. nXf- 
movat jiv&ovs (but in a different sense), Dindorf compares Plat. Eep. V. 
410 C, doKSfs giSog olov ov rd IXaxcazov ^YMlsicmiv ('to uiilhhold, oaiitj 
row }.6yov. Or perhaps the sense may be: 'do not faltiD/ Iky sltUement'. 
'EmtUxTHV zirei 'to deceive a person' octura Phil. 55. 968. Qu. fimiEjSijs 
ilii (or x( p.,). 

439. Tav9QtoTtiov} 'The tmys (the nature) of men'. As xa ^siov, xa 
rqs ru'pjs &c. 

440. TranslaW: 'are apt to delighl not ohvuyn 
As Euripides says Orost. 234. fwra^ol)? icavttav ylvt 

441 f. Cf. Ant. 781. 'Eftos aviKaxi fiiixitv &o. 
782 A. ag dij Trgos'EQmra wwttrnli'Jio. 

Iiiv vvv Eiist. p. 792, 13. Steph. Cant. Br. Sec. /liv vvv A. K. Sohol. 
Aid. Turn. fifv.. Till L. pr. (two letters erased after fiti', appareully ro) fitv 
vtiv Li. corr. jiiv ovv B. T. V. Stub. Flor. 63, 24. (su the mas. /liv yovv 
vulg,). For iiiv vvv of. (Ed. K. 31. (Ed. C. 9G. &t, 

443. jiiiMiJis ojTOisI '-4k a pugilist'. Su ;12. y^^ije owras- 

ffi le'-pas] '/" eou/lict, in fiffl't'. Cf. (Ed. 0. 976. j's x^^Q^S n^^o" 
jtrttQi xal xKTiMiKvoj'. Sfliaefer compares Pint. Thes. 5. fig zeiQivi w&fi 
ti9tti Toig fvtivTiolg. Luciaii. lU. 35^. alSzt «ttl lis Z^'S^S avrmv r/lQiiv 
o( xoHoL Compare tlie Latin 'c-onserere mamis'. 

443. apjet Mttl »i&v] Cf. Ant. 787. Eiir. Aiidrom. Fr. VII. oti /i\ 
m tiigavvi Stiiv ts MHt^poiJuBv "Epois. OvM. Epist. IV. 13. 'Quiequitl 
Amor jtissit , non est conlemnsre latum; | regnai el in "upeios jus /label ilte 

444. Cf. Eur Hipp 439 l^ag- zi zovto #«u(ia; o^i' nollolg Pqo- 
TB)V. Tliis line is suspected by Nauck, 

Kafiov ys] 'les and me loo' Lat. 'adeogue iiiei.' Siili. aQXti" 

t( A. K. L. vulff tf B Erf 

nitfi v' ^ftou A K L All Turn. orKs ^(">u T. y' orns ffiofi I!. 
I'onciselj' put by a ctmmon kind of attraclion for roinvtijs ys otn lyo) 
fl/ii. Cf. (Ed. C 870 Anat Nub 349. wypio* rupo twv Jnei'mi' toiitrav, 
oiovjieg Tov SipoqiKnou Ecel 466. i%tivo Suvov tofeiv ^liKoiai vmv. 
Aoli. (iOl. (note) Plat Soph 241 x<iXmov tiqov Kai — oim yf l/iol it'iiv. 
100V. "-liij 33(11 Olios rni' nrjynv ofoy -iEiiiortiiO!'. Jlatlli. 



XYi<p&ivr-i (tfiLitTOS il{ii., xdq^a {iniviijird . 
t{ Trjfte Ttj yvvfiixl tfj fietmrin 

ovx ftJTt Tttvt'' fill', si jihv ix xeivov jind'ai' 

ipevdii, fta&ijOiv ov xal'^v ixiiav&dvBig' -iriii 

si S' Kvros ccvrov code xcaSevtig , otnv 

§, i73. n. 3. Qu. xajiov yi ' nms S' ov ; jkts^ks y' oiag IfioS. (After ov tljero 
is ft atop mnrkcd in L.) The force of llie yt is otherwise not very appiirent. 
This line is eoademnwl iis siiiirioas by Wund. (Emend, p. 193f.) nnd H;irt. 

445, mat A. B. L. T. Br. Herm. &c, ag R. Alii. Turn. Tlje lino is 
om. in K. 

Tto 'fta lavSei B. L. vulg, T<a '(la t avSql A. T. Scidl. Diu.l. 
Ilart. Sclin. Egk. Sck, ("Respondent sibi p.irticiilae t£ — ^", says Dind.l 
ziiaSs y avSf/l Evf, T9J' (tra y' antfe! Schaef. Erf. The particle 1* is 
evidently not suitable here, and xmiim tavSQl is nngraiiimaticnl. I tliero- 
fore prefer lajiw y avSgi. (Deianira speaks .as if inclined lo make 
allowance for Herculeg, as being her husband.) Possibly the y' of the 
prec. V. belongs here. Perhaps Ksivip -cavSgl (803. Stoi/jja' Itcivei xavii/i)- 
Or thus: laaz , if ti St] 'yto rccvSgl — . Or raa-c , tt tt xto^ai rfl3e cj 
tdom xoiii ! lri<f»hxi.—. Cf. Ariat. Lys. 223. koM^jco*' hoUn 'xavSQl 
noft(o Tceieojiai. As regards the orthography of the worda xavSgi rtoftto, 
an.ilogy wonld rer[ixire us to write rather rmi'd'el x^jim, and similarly &^- 
fit'pfc &c. But in such uncertain matters we must be content to follow tradition. 

xfjSe XT) voGia Xi]ip%svzi\ Cf. Ant. 732. toiaS ixeli-^xxtii {xoiiiSi y' 
ifil.?) voeip. J053. rwuiije ev fiivxot trjs vo'ooii (so. (vqipocrvi/fjs I nXiJeijs 
I'gjvs- 732. Arist. Lys, IHO. t^ Oj? li^^pSEVtss Cvyyi. Incert. ap. Flitf. 
Mor. p. 67 E. auosreKgi'a lijqifl-s^e. 

44S. fufiwids f^jii] I. e. (i^fiqsofict. V. Portj. ad Hec. 1)25. Cf. (Ed, 
C. lOSl. and on El. 484. Eur. Khes. 327. Ktijrtfiofttpos fl rfiloig. In like 
manner vjtonxog is active Eur. Hec. 1121. Jimios <Ed. C. 1031, H«iu- 
jitos Ant. 1011. im^^jtos Tr. 638. ^ntpinXij'xros Aj. 689. ttt«Kios ..l-^scli. 
I'ers. 1069. For the active signification of such verbals cf. on (Ed. R. OGO. 

447. fiETBHtK A. vulg. fiii' a^rtwt (m supr. a m. ree.) h. (lixaitCia 
B. K, T. fijji' B^Ti'^ Turn, uiarg. Cf. 1234, tj fiot — ytovij iitx«izioq. 

448. T0« ^TjSiv aiaxgov the mss. vulg. 'fiol fiijtfJi' nfaieov (!) Itait. 
The common reading eannot surely be right. Tov fujdi* aluzQOv ciiri 
hitrdly mean jiijSevog aiaiQov, nor can the position of the words allow 
of the construction ly iiijSiv fistatxla rou alu^QoS, even if it yielderl 
a satisfactory sense. Qu. firjSiv xctwoE lou, (i)]9' f(iW y' «[cj;gou iii'os. 
(Cf. Tr. 773. top ovSiv ahtov —.] Or firji' oui' — fiijr' — . Or jijj&' 
upeira's toil fujr' — . Or itlexqov ifavtie^ ii>]Siv6s Kaxov jiotf. Or fiijV 
dvSgl TiBfim (iiji* tjtol kkkoE tivos. 

Iftoi A, B. L. T. iiioo K. 

449. iK msiTbou] Sehol: Jr«e ff^KiKJiEoi'S, 

450. finfl-ijoif] 'Lessu«: 
iy.y,av%avui\ Qu, fire&toi' txfiS- 

461. autos nui-oi' A, If. T. Aid, Turn. Bt. Diiid, &.-. «P'ros nvrhv B. con-. 
K. L. Bei-frk, and so Eimslev (^id Ileracl. 144. 814. l!;U'ch. 7-J-.!.\ .■ontriiry fo th." 



fl-f'Ajjg ytvf'i)d-m JiP'jSrog, ofp^dat xixkos- 
nil' lias 7r.nv rnXti&is' i»S iXsv^fQa 
^evSEt xftlsia&Kt x^q it^oStHtiv ov xkK^. 
njrrag 8s li^esig, ovSi rowio ■yiyvernf 
xnKkol yKQ nig BtQrjxn;, oV tpQccSove' efioi. 
xsi (liv S^Soixag , ov xceXag raQ^elg • E^^st 
ro [It] av&fG&tti, roiiro ji' alyvvtitv nv 
TO S' BiSivKi zl Shvov ; ovxl XKtiQag, 

opinion of .incient gmmmarians (Lex. Seg'. p. i&t. -27.). Cf, on (Eil. ('. 853. 
030. (Ed. R. 138. Matth. Gt. %. 489. Qii. it S' nv mavrhv — . 

452. »fXi}g] *(i£(s HarL 

ytvfa9ai] Perhaps vinea^at, or ayte9m, 'Co be deemed.' 
cirpOijoti KBjtos] 'i'oa tciH appear bad' {false, 347. 368.). I, e. by saj- 
irifc what is false, to avoid cauBing pain, your condnct will have vatlicr 
tlie opposita effect. Cf. Ant. 709. ourot Siantvx^svtis a<fi9ii<lav tisvol. 
(Ed. R. 509. ooqios aif^T}. TJieodect. Stob. Eel, I. 3. 22. Zzav Si tpia- 
^tf&ioaiv, (iq)%!vzsq MHnot I ii'i'Duoi TioivBt^. Briinok compares Phaedr, I, 
16. ' Quicunque Carpi fraude semet innotuii; \ eliamsi verwa dicit, mitUliC 
/idem.' Cf. also on 1075. 

453. ais -^ KaXEle&m oin. K. 

454. Mlje irpoOfOTii' ov xalij] 'Is a ifisgriieefal slain {lot) ailacMng to 
him.' Schol; %-^q. fiiglg, Klrjeog, fiotpa, tvxv- Cf. .^sch. Ag. 206, ^«- 
gsla fiiv Mijp 10 liij Tii&iad'ui. Plat. Legg. SI, 440 X), loi's TiXeieiois 

' V olov nijfis Inmscpvjiaatv, Phil. 477. ovEiSog ov Kalov. 42. But 

tlie expression sonnds a strange 
'( ?xf* ^alTJv). Or - 

Qii. mIjj^oV ov xetlijv i'xfi (oi 


kbIov. Or ^«|ie iax'i 

xalj]. Or thus; tlitvSeC vlviiv ireddBOTi Pa^ig "v « 

455. Cf, (Ed. R. 407. StV S' — iwag tk tov 9so<' | jiavifi nqtarK 
Ju'coftfu, ToSe etOTCttv. Below 458. 

455, Irjasiq A, B. T. itijoije (aiu) K. I.,. 
yiyvtxai A. L. yi-VsTKi B. K. T. 

456. jcolloi yap — ] ''For Chey are many Co tulwm Chou didsC Cell ii.' 
Supply sleiv. Cf. 423. 

453. to /iij Kv^ia^ai, zovxo — ) For rowro tlius added by way of 
pmphasis c;f. Phil. 912. Ivnr^^mq Se (i^ | niy,nm ee, ^allov iout' avias- 
fiai nalai. GEd. R. 407. CEd. C. 504. 630. Fr. 94. J. Sgivov ys lou? 

Ims, &c. 8. Tous 3' ovtas ahlv-ovi, toveSt — livuv. Ariat. Nub. 1263. 
rC S' ecus ilftl, Tovto §ovlea^' slSivai; Xen. Cyr. I. 6. 16. to5 yuQ 
rieiJjD f(^ MK/ii'sii: 10 atQarfVfia, tovtov aoi Set /liletv. Plat Eryi, 17, 
10 yaQ xQTjitaxa noll,ii ^ctti^c^ai , xovto itvai. x6 Tilovxetv. Arist. Tli. 
149. XQ'l 7"9 loirtxijv avSQa Ttg'og to. SQa/iaxa, | if Sit jioieiv, tiqos xavTK 
Toiis i^dnous ^jietv, S, Matth. Ev. XV. 11. xo inaogtvoiitvov Ik tov oto- 
jiRioe, ToiJTO Tioivot TO* Bv^Qimov. Plant. Capt. II. 3. 54. ' Te meminisse, 
id gratum esC taiM.' Apita omita the comma usually placed after ^v9Ea9ai, 
comparing 66. Qu. lo (i^ ■nv&sad-ai fialtov (or povvov) crXyovdi ft' «j'. 
l.-|9. ;(aif|)as B. K. L. ;;' ariQC/g (sic) A. T. &c. 


Moiiffra ng livrmv jjt y' tjiov Adyov xnxov 
iivf.yxfct fivti' f>v€i/ios' T^6i t' ovfl' Hv if 
xdQt BvzKXECri ta ipUetv, ixBi ffy' fya 

4liO. TiXii'erag — syijfis Sij] The Suliol. instances ITeda (or Miilsa) 
'liiughter of Phylas, Ange daughter ofHaleas, Megara daughter of Creoii, 
Astydamea daugliter of Amjntor, and the daughters of Thcstiiis. 

xlfiOTae av^g itg] ^Moxt for one man.' Matth. 6r. g. 41)1. (Ed. U, 5(^:^. 
kMut' dviiQ ^itt |e*Jjg | ^S-lijaa wvSwsvpat' . (E3. K. 1380. xalltCT' 
avriQ elf ?v js taie #>i^ai.e tQutpeCs. Eur. Her. 8. tcovbiv ] nlciartov 
fiezeexov ttt av^g 'HQuitliii. Or. 733. nXiiarove 'jixaimv mXeaiv yvvij 
p.ia. Ehes. 940. k«jiI ^Xsiazov kvSq' tva \ H^ovra. Mscli. Pers. 333. 
SIS aviiQ Tclfierov novov ] ^x^go^g jiagaaxmv ev«Xs&e ojtioisto. Herod. 
VI. 127. OS ixl TiXsletov S^ x^^^S tk iiviiQ anUtro. Thue. VH. 56. VIII. 68. 
Xen. Anah. 1. 9. 32. Smga xlilata els yi avtig ildji^avtr. IX. 12. Blumf. 
GlosB. ad Pera. 333. Lob. ad Aj. 1323. Connect KXti'aiat Sv (cf. Aj. 994.). 
Bergk thinks dvijQ tfs unworthy of Sophocles, nnd contends that lie wrote 
dv^gete, comparing the Schol: rivig dvdvSgovs aag&ivovg. Ktjni, M. 
108, 5. dv^QHs, dyavSgovg, ^ ZlWs, V aag^ivove, ms ^iifiigBis, 

462. ^veyxrtt'] 'Got, earned.' Cf. Ej. 968. cv<ft§tcav — olaii. 

rjSi t'] Sc. Dti'n av iviy^aiio [or ovk oCasTta) ovetSog. Schol: oviSi 
ij loir/ ovsiSie9ijaEttti, ovS gl ftfycdtos cturj^s spy o 'HQKv,X!is. for 
tlie ellipse of. EI. 365. t^g oijg S' aox igio ti/irjg Tox^tv \ ovS av ai> 
(sc. igmrjg) edifgoiv y ovaa. Phil. 115. 948. Knr, Iph. T. 1368, tieIvoi 
tt ydg eiSijgnv ovk ftxov jspoi'j/, [ ^jistg is (ac oix 8i^%oiiEy). Arist. 
Eeel. 390. noS' ag' av iya ld§aiiu vvv iX^tiv^ — Tln^iv; \ outf' {sc. av 
SXa§ss) it loi' rjX^it, ok to Btvxsgov &c. Kuli. 5. ot S' oixitai giyxovaiv 
kXX' ov* kv TiQo TDK. Schficfer and others rightly remove the comma 
after t . Reiske conj: rjdf y', ovS av tt — . Hart: ov8 ijS , ovS' eiv 
d —. Qn. ovS' av ijSe y', fi — . Or ovS' av ijdf , ml ~. Or thus: 
iivtyxnt, ovS' av ^St y' , nvS' dv el jiocte j — {ovftSog being jierhHp.i 
a gloss on Idyoi' k-khov). Or iiviyjtar', ovSe vvv dv ^Si, itfi (or rlSt 
y', si) xoeig \ — . Or ^viyjircz', ovSl vvv av ^Sf y , ovS' dv f{ \ ---. 

463. Kagi svtaKlin tiS qiiXttv] 'Were deeply imbued villi lone.' Tlio 
Hgnre is borrowed from metals, which, when liquetied and poured upon 
or into any thing, as lead into stone, adhere firmily. El. 1311. /il'aog it 
ydg naXaibii iviittptf (loi. Fr. 678. jrujKtTat (o "Epois} ^miviiovaiv oaotg 
iW I ipvx-^. Lucian. Per^r. 22. zocovTog egtog tys Sojjjg ivTtTTjxev n^tw. 
Compare the phrase fyneted'a/ tivi. But what is the subject of the vorh 
IviffUE/i] ? It should, according to the plain construction, )}q lole; and 
snch it is taken to be by Apitz. Dind. &c. But the question is, not of 
lole being enamoured of Hercules, bnt the reverse (489); in fact it was 
her personal attractions that proved Iter ruin (465), I therefore think it 
preferable, notwithstanding the awkwardness arising from the sudden change 
of person (whicli changes however sometimes do occur, e. g. 1B5.), to 
understand tliis clause with the ancient Scholiast and Triclinins of Hercules, 
Qn. ixiimctrj ta rpiXeiv (Enr. Or. 560. e|mjKo'(U)j' yooig)- Or ivTaneit] 
viv qitXSni. Or rather ivtoKelrj t^S' igaiv. Or ijtirvipsi^ (Arist. Lys. 
231.) — . After ivtavilTi two letters (apparently to) ate effaced in L. 



insqes KKSovhtaaev. nkko. ravzn (liv 
Q£i.tea XKx' ovQov, 4)ol (i' iya (pQn^a xkhov 
TtQOS aklov slvKi, itQog d' Sfi' ntl>evditv ksC. 

yvvMxl tijds, xax' sfinv xttiGbi %KQtv. 

^v^tiiv (pQovavGav %in]zri xovx Ayvdiiova, 

■UU. Sfi (idliaia] I.e. (idltara Sij. So S^ noU', 
465. Cf. 25. Eur, Hel. 304. at uhv y^Q rUlrti Sid i 

ir>7. I'^rtpfff] I. e. 'caused to be devastated if-e.' 

46H. §eito> Kaz' ovgov] ^ Lei tkeaetkingg speed on viitk 
Sept. liOS. ^Tcs't TO nQayjia xapi sitianiqxii, %eog, \ tra » 
HoroS lri%ov — Ttdv TO Aatov ysvog. 836. yoro* — xai 
n^ijfioi'. Pers. 473. ko;t ovqov ouk ft>Koii(ioi' ai^gov^ 
145K. Eiiv. Anilr. B54. Tro. 419. Horn. Od. |I'.429. ij S' 
llel'od. IV, 110. itpiQOVTO xtsta nviia Mat iciie/ior. II. 
^nov nni^i^ftai. IV. 163. duoJititite aar ovgov. Vll. 
■/.iit' ovqov, as in the [lassftfire of ^EachyUis, And so 
817, ovgos 6<p&irXpmv \ ifvr^ ytvoix' aitai^Bv tgTtooe'g 

MKHOi/J ' False, deceitful.' Cf. 347. 452. Horn. II. «' 
rnin' littxillin- u^ ydq fjiotyt. 

463. Ttgbe aUov tivat] Qii. flvret nghs Hilovs- 

S' i'n." A. K. L, Si /t' B. T. 

470. nsi^ov tho )n3s. viilg. proh. KriS. sri^ou Din 

ityotioj;! JFyouoi L, pr. (eorr. ead. m.). 

not ftipi^ei Hgoi'flil ',4nrf newer a/Ier wiW you Iiaoe ; 
.<>;(/; fio 6(affle; her.' C{. El. 1044. Ivaivean? iiii. 1057. . 
put after ZQOvm by Br. Hart., none by Herm. Dind. 
uonatnictiott is ni&oi yvvuitil i^Si leyovay jigijotK, 
(ttvt^). That yvvatxl t^Se cannot refer to the Chorus 
follows, «««' i/iov &e, 

XQOvai] 'After a lime, hereafter.'' I sliould prefer 

472. dXl'] 'Well then.' 

ei iiav&dvoi A. B. K. L. o' i^/iavd-dvio T. Turn 

473. Cf. Fr. 515. i^l';JrJ7^' ifi ifvatv xsh 9'" iT.ct qiQo 
OPEffg tff ■frrijTOUg ■E^I'lJTnr Kai qipopffi' ;;(if(i)i'. I'r. 1 

frijjta] opfl-ri V. Von. 

cf/viofi.ova\ 'Vro-easonablc , inconsiderate , iinfecli"!/. 
nvy yvioiimv (i. q. urifiHjjs), 'kind, indulgent, lenient,' 

for jrolAii d'jj, 153. 

ro MlilioS EllTUJJt'B 

afcdriniiid'. .^sob. 
It ovgof HOftft Kio- 

I I gjiiyj)*. (Ed. K. 
l&cev v,(ird xviitc. 

. 36. Perhaps iio) 
reads Nauelt. Cf. 

235. tiXloiat 


reason to find fniiH 
A tomma is rightly 
Wund. ychn. Tb« 

I-. Eur. All!. 8U'J. 
139. fl-tJirH (fjj 


Fffriv ytiQ nvTMi, fSufffp ovzoq (wtnti. 

Ag 40 

OS f 

H T H N 

H ed 

aid Aj. 104. 'HpojiAjj however is probftH.y rightTy read Anst. Tliesm. ilB, 
vij tov'HeaKlii. Cf. on Aj. 390. 

'Hfl""''''? S'^^e] 'Thrilled through Herrutes.' Cf. Phil. 743. tfiEpiJiiK, 
ffisejtrci (3c. ^ oSvvri). Tr. 717. Aj. 999. Eur. Snppl. 286. xap.^ yaQ eiijlQs 
Ti. !>. Inc. 186. nalXaxt fiot ^ganiScav StijWi {pgovTig. Herod, IX, 3. 
itUa 01 Bsivog IviarttKTo i>Eeos. Plat. PJiaedr. 251 D. Crat. 419 E. Abovp 
H68, sfjrep cvtsS-iQiiavtai Jt69ip. Nauck wonid teafl 'Hgaitlct Blarjl^t. 
Probably rig'htly, Cf. 298. Fr. 678, 9. tieeQitTiti. fiiv (KvjiQig, tutgog v. 4 ) 
Iz&vmv jclayrm yivsi. Perhaps 'HQUiiXea \ vit^l&f (Eur. Med. .07. ffifpds ji' 
vjc>jl9f). Or^HgaitXsovg jiofr' ffispos | 8iril9e. Or rra n^ Jio'oat ] eicijl^B. 

477. Kal i^o^'J Perhaps veil Tijff*'. Tbeae two p.-trtioles are often 
confounded. Or ikjJtjjc, or xavtiig. 

ffvix'^ onv^x' viilff. Niiucli loo re;uls jrirj;'. 


zRftijpf'fl-tj ffffrpiortj Oi'pcXift Aopi. 
icnl TttvT.ft. Aff y«p )t«i ro wpog xftfoi- /If' 
diJt' dite XQVXTetp oiir' «:jr»isii'ijfJ'); jror;-'* 
fUA' (tiirog, td SeGfCoiva, dsifiaivtav to (So- 
,WJ] ari^vov r(Xyvvoty.i toiaSe rots i-oyoiq ^ 

rtoJiiqjfl'oeos] 'Destroyed, ■mined, ilcDoslnte/i.' Put prolGpticiilly. 
Cf. El. 10, noXvqi9ogov SA/ia TTdimiSdv zoSb. iV. 490. yEscli. Prom. 
651. Tiolvf&OQOvs Tvxtti- Sept. 026. ^jVoii' te tikvtiov {tcoXIkvI) aTCxa^ 
nolvip96sovg Iv Sat Pind. N. VIII. 62. iv nolvipS-ogotg afie^tt'S- latli. 
V. 62. 

478. matQaog OlzaXia] Cf. Ant. 937. w y^s ©lipis "fc" JiiiTQaov. 
fEit. R. 1450. '(Ed. C. 297. 757. For Tiaif/mog qii. yt} natQig ((Ed. R. 641), 

SoqI the mss, vnlg. Henu, Schii. Hari. Bpk, aogei Dlnd. Wiuid. Ncli. 
Cf. on 233. (Ed. C. 620. 

479. ro jT^os Mt^yoii] 'What is in bit favoi:' Perhajis xttt ii — ■ 
Cl'. on (Ed. K. 1434. Trgos eoiJ yaj, oi!*' Ijiov, ipQaeia. Ariat. Vesp. 647. 
Ill} ^goe ^itov liyovTi. Plat. Hipp. maj. 285. Soxeig 7^Q f""- ''■ov loyov 
npiiS ^Itov kiyuv. Herod. I. 75. iliclaetq Ttgog fmuToS lov jigijefior ilvai. 

480. QUI renijpf ijifjj] 'A'or did he deni/ H,' Scliol: outs -hqvicziiv 
fioi o 'Hgaxl^g sTaiv, ovte nr/v (ft^?) Olioloyeiv. Wlience we slioiild 
perhapB read o5t' ajtaQveiad-ai [das], in. this sense: ' He hademe -neilhcr 
foncenl U, nor (if charged tcilh it) deny it.' But tlie position of tho words 
dot' elite xijvnxeiv (for ovze -HQvifietv elm) is rather against this view. 
\Vimder explains: ke neither directed me at any time to eoneeal, nor yd 
forbade vie (so to do).'' But axaQvela&ai does not moan 'to forbid.' 

482. alyujiotftt] Qu. alyvvaip,i. 

483. Cf. Phii. 1235. Ttoreqce S-fj xtQtoji&v leyeis tiiSi; | Ni. fi' xiq 
rofujot's eazi tkAjj^^ kiyeiv. jEseh. Prom. 1014, voeotp. av, it rooijjiK 
Tti'is ix^Qove GTvyeiv. 

ff Ti tj^vS' afiirgtiav] ' If you consider this at all a fault.' The do- 
inonstrativo pronoun is made to agree by attraction with njiaQxiav. So 
Aj, 114. ineiSri teQiitg '^Se cot to Sgav. Phil, 61. /lov/jv i%ovTeg iijV*' 
almaiv 'lUov. Ant. a30. tag ialij/ia d^lov i«Tceipv*og ft. Arist. Hul). 
201. auipoj'Oftfft fiiv avTtil. Vesp. 868. ^#i di S^ zCg iativ; nvxl v.lf- 
ilivSga; Herod. II. 124. zmv vTto yijv olxTHidzotv , zag iTtoiiszo S'lyHKS 
siourro. IV. G5. raiinjr avSgaya6'it]v Xeyovzeg. So in Latin, 'idem vellc 
atq'ie nolle, ea demam flrma atnicitia est.' Tacit. Germ. 43. 'eaque Germanitic 
veliU frons est.' Cic Ep. Fam. V. 16. 'In qua (mnrie) si resideol seisus, im- 
mortalitas ilia potlus qvam mors dueenda est.' Qu. fl Sij — . Cf. 27. £1 Sij 
Keflwg. Or fi:jltg — . 

veii,tig] 'Deemest.' I. q. vofiiteis- Cf. (Ed. H. 1080. (Ed. C. 879. .\j. 1331. 

484. Ixei ye piEv Sij — ] Tiiia combination of particles appears to me 
decidedly faulty. We find indeed ye n'sv dij El. 1243. Eur. Hel. 1259. 
.lEsch. Earn. 39T. &c.; hut nowliere else, I believe, iTcsi ye p.iv Sij, or iTtei 
ye, at least in Attic Greelt. Cf. on Ant. 923. tTcei ys *ij (which is ahn 
fiiully)- I conclude flieiofore that the passage is corrupt. Wakcf. con.j. ; ijTfi 



IIW ZO'ltOKy/KOrx 

Xiivov Tt xu'i i))ji' f^ j'ffni' xoiv^ii X('<Qiv W,i 

xfd (iTt-'pj'f Ttjv yvvnlxK icai. (iovloii f.oyovg . 
oi's u%(es f's t^fS', ip,7t($ovs tt^rixfvi'.i.. 
as t.kI?.' ixeivog rfftVr' nQt6r£i>av x^&O'" 
Ti'v TrjOd' sQazos sig UTtav^^ ^Uffroi' Bffiv. 


fikK' ade xnl ^povovfitv asts tnvtti t)Q(ii'' I'.n) 

S' Ijiov aij - ■ Qu. i-aEiyojiat Sij' nuvt' Ixitjiaani i,iiyov. Or Eiti Sf 
vvv Sn — . Or f'mtl ra viv *q — . Or t%eis to xgay(ia (Pli. 789. f'xf'f 
to Ke^yfior)- jiivi't' — . Or Sjc^tg ^o nav iJij . xavt' —. Or ^xeifi «aai' 
i«. — Or Snuv-c' ejets *>?. — Cf. 876. Aj. 480. navr nxijKons loyov. 
Ant. 402. Ph. 1240. 

485. -xtCvov ts *ai Btiv ^ xitQiv] Both fut /lis ^ake a id yoart j iillj 
So Aj. 1174. Ko'jias ^fi«s jtal tqeSs (E<l C b06 tkuc ii«k£(Vo>w (Ed 
H. 620. ra i:o5#f fi-jK — ia(i« 5 Ir 1068 rotifioi' — 5 naifije — BiSo^ 
JR%a\i. Pera. 165. -co iJaQHOi rt xcftoi' »oivoi' siu'ncrijptoi' Eiiin M J 
XQ-rjdfiovs toos ^.uous rf ««i Jtos Eur Hel 1431 vtisvaiov Elevijg Ktt 
n6v. Hee. 891. mkIh a ajctcaa — aov ov« llueoov ij Mfuijs jipms 
Tro. 432. thuc kkI Spuyioj' Phcen 7b9 ffou zs tiiv r iiiiji %aQiv 174 
rou/iov IE Ktet ToiJ3 Anst Ran 964 yvacti S% rcug xovrov tb nffu-n s 
fxat^QOV fiaflTjtns \en Hier VI 2 xotvije lin&j.p.las ^fiijs ts ««( tub 
jiapdi'iflU'. So in Cicero (Ep) 'luam et lullii vfleliiifiiein \ comiiiJt 
is put after ^ligiv iii T (iMth gl fiTiov] 

aijv — i<tetv\ Fo> '/OKI ^nke Aj 1413 rij? oi}v S ijito> xaQii 
Plat. Piiiedr. 234 K. an^x'^^l'^^'"' Zf^''" "1' ■''"' ^r'' '^ ^^'' """IE 7' 
I'niBOg i;«eif a%eiQii axaXsTo Cress Fr 11 ^y(o );«0(i' oijn Jinf^Kc oi 
KKTKMTfVffl. Aug. Fr 11 »«! ^ouS'iiJH' ynp ij^inis fuiji' j;«e(»i 

486. Bdi eispyt Tqw ytJ/«ixaJ floiA Sear with Ike tioiiai iUe Kf i 
seems superfluous, but see oii Phil 1412 Qa yvvniKti Tijtdf trrfojE 

487. e's xyvit'] 'As regaids lier 

fltjiidtos] 'Fimdy tmaUerably Tlje ".euse is Si willing lu leave nn 
ftltered {do not alter) what you Imve said i« respect of lier Qu gfiJredous 
Jis Niiiiek also and Dind read, and for tlQifxivai qii fatritfiai Lf 827 
ift*' oQ%m ^iiiteSa KatovQtSei (Ed C 1674 Ph 1197 4jit 169 

488—9. These two lines nre suspected by Bergk Dind Nauok Km 
dorf cbIIs them 'vetms tavlUes el j^'ini The Lonneotion ot tlie diS(,om e 
would certainly proceed well enough withiut them Bergk would pint, 
them after 478. Wakefield comparer Milton Par Lost '^ III ^31 m all 
etijosmenis else \ superior and unmoied here onlj tieai \ against (I c cJarm 
of beauty's pow'rful glance 

aavz ripiOTEilojF jiEpoti'] For %iQOi.-i qn Soqt ISo^fi) oi x^Q' tt 
Ant. 19!i. -iiKvz' KQiexsaaaq Sogi {ttQt L i ri ) Aj I -.00 OTQaroi tit 
xq&t' KpHTTSiJenrs. 4.^5. Cf, also on 617 below. 

489. to5 i^crS' fpoiios — ijirooii'] 'Conquered by his Iobe for this maid,' 
Arlst. Nub. 1081. rittiov t^roTos text xul yvvaixav, 

lis aaav9'] 'In all respects, allogcl/ier,' Eur. Plio!n. 1656, lis ani/v- 
TEV Sveiaxiis iipvs- Hipp. 80. to eaifgovHr Bilrix^'" h '-'' nav^' I'luw^. 



&£ot6i 6v0iiaxovvt£g. aAA' stGa ert'j'tjg 

a r' uvrX btOQfiyv $a$a xpi) Jt^oaaQfioGai , 

xal zavT ay (is' xbvov yap ov Sixaid 0f 

Arist. Itnn. 9G0. eotpag ■/' avfjff act Sitvos is rii mdvta. Vesp, 1102. Til. 
f.32. PI. 273. JEsa\i. I'roLii. 7Gt, Perhaps dotina^ 'for once, this once (?).' 

491. xoviot voaov y —~\ CI. <E(I. R. 629. ovzoi Ka«mg y' a^%oriog. 
(Ed. C. R50. El. 763. Nauck aeedaessly eo^jw.ture8 «outoi rocijft' — . 

roffov — inaxrov] 'A foreign trotiMe, a trouble from wUhout.' Schol: 
Tiiv 9so(iaxlav. iTtaxxov Si IvzctvS'a avzl rov av^at^itov to yap wgoe 
iqioTix ipilovciKtiv S'loptaxsCv icTtv aprmpus. Hesych: EJtonroi'. I^ca9£v 
ov. Ear. Hipp. 318. jiaiv c| eTicfxxav mniovije cj^fl's^i' rtvos; Phosn. 343, 
Philemon Pr. Ine, 42. ovi' alXo toioui' ovSiv Sar' e/vzo^g kokoh | 

y nM A. B. T. om. K. L. M. 

l^a^ovfic&a V. T. Ven. Musgr. Vauv. Henn. Dind. &c. i^aiQov!is9a 
A. 1!. K. L. vulg^. Vaiiv: ' adsciseenius.' Mnsgr; ' augebimiis.'' Tlie common 
ri;^i(liiig appears suspicious. Qu. mS' agoviisQ-a. Or rather KpotiftEO*' 
I'ti. Or Houroi WKHjfi — all apou/nfffa. Or thus: nowiot I'ocor iiv' fx- 
loS'fi' y' opoufiifl'K. Cf. on Aj. 76. 129, 

492. ■9sof(ti Sveiiaxoivrtg] 'By maintaimng an unequal contest wil/i 
(he )/ods.' Cf. Ant. JI06. aviiy«Tj S' ovjl Svejiaxfj-riov. For the mtiae. 
piiiral SvBiiajt BvvTie applied to a woman cf, ET. 399. M.ittli. Gr. §.430, 4. 

fi'ofi) aiiyTie xaQ&iisv] Cf. (Ed, R. 1515. iJli* iifri aifyrig few, lint 
I'll. 1392. wftpayEttti — sftria miyag (aziytie^). 

lifata tlie mss. Henn. Dind. &e. ftfra Br, &c Cf, on 202, 

493. Xoymv — inietoXag} '■Oral commands.^ (FA. C. 1601. Aj. 781, 

494. Schol: ontas ccv avxa nut^ ijfiiov xo/iieyg avcliioiva xtH ciifi - 
farct oig /jyayis' Xiyit Si, avTi iiS* at%(i,alaxmv. 

i[poi;ap,uosai] ' To aull, adjust^ I. e. to make <i snitahle return for liis 
pvosentB. Tlie expression is the more appropriate here, from the present 
In question being a garment, intended to be applied to tlie person of Hei't'. 

495. v.sv6v a. Junl. II. Col. Turn. &c, %uvov A. Aid. Jnnt. I. xff- 
viv (siipr. s over ti a m. rec.) L. vttvov T. Mtvov V. tiaiviv others. 
Cf. Hom. II, p". 298. alaiqov loi Sri^ov xi (tivuv %£vi6v xe vtieS'cri. 
(Ed. C. 1202. 

ov Sixaia] ' ll is not r!ij!il.' The plural is often thus used, where \ve 
should expect the singular. Cf. lllfi. Sinaia. 851. SuanQiza. Aj. 880. 
axi-clta. 1126, tfiMBiB. Phil. 524, ala%(fa. Ant. 576. :[«itW. 57S. Ss- 
Soyiiiva. El. 331, vtva. Much. Prom. 205. ciXyHiia. Eur. Hipp. 269. 
aajju-a, PlidEn. 391. avau-a. Iph. A. 331. oujfJ Ssiva; Ariat. Lys. 142. 
Xalcna. Herod. HI. 82. eSvvaxu. Time. I. 126. aSvvara. 

496. x^oBf 1^6*9' aSi citv noUA azolai] ' After htwiay come with so 
numerous n train.' Cf. 226. Phil. 547. 'jcXiitv yctQ ag i/cuxli/pos ou aollw 


Hi) ZOiUUh/!l:OIE 


fityu Tt Giti'vos K KvnfJis txiptfjtTKi inxci'^ citi. 

naQi^av, xal owojs KgoviSav ^Hi^aaati' oi? liyM^ .jiM) 

ovS% Tov ivvvxov"At$ttv 

t] UoOEiSaava tivaKzoQa yuiag ' 

497 — 530. The Clioras Ueacant ou tJie mighty iiower of Love, us slunvu 
LB, t.lie influence U eiereiBes not only over tlie goils, but over iiiui't!ila: 
tlio troth of which latter iissertion tliey exemplify by tlie abarply coutost- 
ed conflict for the persoii of the beauteous Deianira between tlie two riviii 
wnitors Hercules and Aelieloiis. Cf. Ant. 781. Epos avittciTS fictjBi' — . 
This passage is alluded to by Plutarch Mor. ]k 759 E. Ka/toi (iiya /iiv (n V) 

497. (lifa ti] Cf. Arist. Vesp. 1454. ij iiiya ntiosrai ti - . 

e&Evog^ vivas] Cf. (Ed. C. 1088. InivmCai a&ivn (al. cQivti '^ttvi 
KeCa). Pans. VI. 12. xaXyiovv, lit oruioS S' dvu^s^iiv.'os tt&ivog, i/iui 
tfmtfii', Wkijs. Sehol: n&tvoi iii-xiig iifgtqiQacrixmg Ttjv vtxijv. Hcriii : 
^magnam in mncendo vim tmaiii prodit Feiiiis.' "VVuiider explains it of vii;tory 
;iiid till! power it brings with it. Qu. XQaiog — viitag. (Cf. 180. xijurog 
rixJiqiOQOV. El. 85, raira yocQ (figsi \ vix7]v r' i^' ijjiiV xal XQatog ta>v 
SgiOfiivroP.) Or Klsog—vixag (El. CO.). 

^nqife*^"'] tp^pEif Harl. '' Benra otDay, carries off.' Ljit. '■reporliil.'' 
El. 60. lltftyKOfict xXiog. 476. Plat. Phiedr. 245. toSs itQog IxtCvta 
Ssi'^ag qiigiaS'to nl kxjjtjj^ih. Arist, Av. 1278. Tt,uj;i' — qitpsi. Strnb, 
X. %.20.'HQUis.}.tovg — ivtyniiciiivov zijs viyiijg aSluv rnt Jifiavtiijag ya- 
(lOV. Scliol; viwtjiposli iv jrKVTl TH/ajjiazt KiijiQig. 

aS'irog a\ yg. o^evovaa L. a m. ant. in niarg-, 

493. vixag] viv&b' conj. Wakefield. 

za liiv Stoiv A. K. L. T. la »fAv jiiv B. Fv. 729. 9vr,G«Hv ««! 
TC »lSyi; #EOus S' ou. Ew. Phil. Fr. 6. f-iSivai th Saiiiovrnv. Cf. 
4t;t f. O070S 7«e "eif "al .frsai^ oncag 9'eXti [ Kafiou yt. Ant. 78C. 

499. 3t«(i^^in'] '/ pass by, omit.' Scliol: TCctgiiifil. Dind: iiu'/rrn furhi. 

500. a-aaztxaiv the mss. Ixuxaaiv (tVciijctv?) Wakef. Qu. tniSaeiv 
{littSriOfv). Cf. Aj. 670. d mayHparijg uni-os Xvu ntS^aag. Kwd. N. ^■. 
48. me If I'll' a^Qa Keti^ifle 'Iincoivta Soiip icsSaaai i]&gl$, Fr. 103. 
nsSa^evza c^evog. Or iSaiiaaaev {11. %' . SIC). 

Xi^\,T:avti>vv%ov'AiSav\ (Ed.C.1559.ivv«j;/&M'Qi'c|, AlSvivih. Virg..^n. 
IV. 490. ^nocturnosque fiet manes' Tlie allusion is to the rape of Proserpine by 
Pinto. MoschiissaysofEroBl.I4. paXlEtKt^E'^j^eoi'iaKHU^'^Mt'ii^KiTaiiK, 

"AtSavl atSav A. B. K. L. T. 

502. TlmftSK^yva A. Aid. UoestSaova T. noeciSan-a B. K. L. M. 
Cf. on (Ed. C. 149*. 

iivixxro^a jik/ii;] I. e. as in Homer ivoGuCyaiov and ^I'oci'ji^l'oi'a, Su 
ealled from his being supposed to cause earthqaahes, Horn. 11, v'. TiS. 
avtaq svs^Qi noaetSdaiv iziva^tv ] yaVav oTieis^aiisv ogicav z' alTriiva 
xdtfrjva. ^scb. Prom. 9C0. ^alaaeiav ze, ' 
aivttv, alxnijv zqv JlocnSavog, axeSa. 



TiVB<; ampiyinii xdz'puv ago yafiiav, 

rivsg nufinlr Kta ncyxovir ^m^ijf.xf'ui a^ttk «j loj rai 3111 

5US. fVl TUed — KKOiziv\ Jo otilnia het us aife 1 1 il ii IJl 
Kur. El. 614. i/xro nt tovSs gt ipavov Valck ad llevoil VII 15 lOj 
Sobcil; d Si VOJE otrOi th fiti' lis O'sovj y^yofoza itagiruti ^■xuva S 
liyw, rives yiymvicavTO Jis^l ziov ^Kfioni Jijiaj'Siport koi MortpijCKi ffs 
zov ayAva. 

rafS' K. L T rqid A B R Hirl AM 

504. aiiqiiyooi ((m ztnit) thu msi: vitlg tiffg n^qii] iioi Hetm Apitz 
Uinii. Wund. Sclin Hint Bgk Ntk Ttvftt reqinied eyii i1ly b\ tl i, bchsi. 
and tha metro, wits ficBt restored from tbe scholii by Heriii After tiv 
(iu iixoiziv) it mmld easilj have sLpt ont Compaie I! 4 793 "vS-a 
riva Ttgaxov, iivo! S taxazov s^EVa^t^sv | fciiTiDp re JTeidfioio 111x1% tiai 
Xal-ntos "Agrjg; \ 'Avzt%'eov Ttv^gavz', •^ni is nlri^inTcoi 'Ogteziiv S.t 

aiiipiyvoi] I e uppatently figMing ndh eveiy hah and so vi)oi<iiisl / 
SdtuI; avtCifctXoi q leiigol ^v zott, ')vioiq, (ia%saaii-^t oi %sgai. tioi itoetv 
Miisgrave: "Hominei aarpiyvoi, qni in paliestra ndvenaiKis iiiuu, pe1i 
utroquo, nunc maiiu uigciil ' Biiipdic+ 'hastes memhru oiambui it Inlo 
eorpore paijiiaiilei 80 also Wakef and &cliueii! Hernunn e^pUinB otiiai 
wise: ' dapai-ex tseiiJins (alter Immana fomui, allet imcnformis)' Ebuslui 
(ad CEd. C. WiS) thiaks if m-ij mean 'vktm' and so 'eominus' rin 
tiieanlng of tlic woid Jiere is iertiiiil3 far from i.leai In Humer it is 
ftlwaj-s an epithet of fyios (ty%faiv ccfttptyvoiaiv) , nioanin^ 'futnislied 
with iron at both end^, or to he fhinqwith both katida'' Compile the opi 
tkets ifi,t.6yvios{yinA. 01 IX 165 avt^a ^svxu^a, b^^ioyviov, oqavz 
aXxav), vsoyvioq (Pind. N. IX, 24. hrza — vsoyviov^ tfUDtas Fr. 881,), 
uylaoyvioe (Pind. N. VH. 4. ayXaoyviov "li^av), ai^iyvioq (I'liid. N. 
IV. 119.). Also ay.ipiSi^ios ((Ed. R. 1243), ajifingocmmoi, a/Kfiiezi^vus 
(Einpedoel. ojt. JElian. H. A. XVI. 29.), SiTiaXros (Aj. 408.). Qu. a/tipiyvioi- 
' strong - limbed , strong' (as afiquSi^ioq, t!ie lii sliort, its 01 in olavaq in 
Kl. 1069.), Cf. Mseh. Pers. 910, yut'oii' (al. yvcav] gniftij, .^cli. Ag. 03. 
irolla Jialaiafiara mbI yvto§aQ^. Pind. N. V. 39, a^'ivEi yvCmv EQi^ovzi 
9-Qaeei. And on Arist. Av. 99G. Or aviiTcaXot, or iJi'S'eot. Barges (Prief. 
Tro. p. VII.) reads 1 ujiipl yafimv mxzi^itji Is ayaiva — a£9>.a yvioiv, 

xazE^uv] 'Descended to the coniesl.' Scliol: Kati^ijcav fig tov Kymva. 
Cf, Arist, Vesp. J514. dzaQ xata^aziav y' wt' ourou's, Pind. P. XI. 40. 
/Tf&of If yviivov iiri czaSiov naza^avzig riXsy^av 'EXXreviSa azQaTiKV 
TOKifrHii. Xen. Annli. IV, 8. 27. itoUol yaQ uazi^riaav. Hevod. V. 22. 
AXe^avSgov asS'Xsvilv ilojiivov nal xatcc^avzos kit' Kurd rowio. Tsour. 
p. 416, Kota^Tivai [stq atgqiaviiocs dySivag). 

jrgo yd/iaiv] I. e. vjifQ ydjimv. 'For Vie marriuye, fur the hand.' 
Seltol; Tztgl zaiv yd/iaiv. Erf: 'pro potiimdis mipliis.' Cf. CEd. R. 1,^4. Tigo 
to« 9iiiv6vtoe TijVS' 1'3'sgS-' iTCtcteoipijv. EI. 495. jtgo rrnvSe, JIallli. Gr, 
§. 575. Bnt Herm: 'ante niiptias.^ 

yttjioiv TtPfS tlie inss. ydniav, iirsg Herm. Dind. &t. 

005, jTc/miaMior — at&X' aytaven'] I. e. as9Xa tV olg nctaat {ttiiv- 
totai] xXriyai vXijtrovtai, aa KriSaln lightly explains. So jidftqiS-aQzos 
Hoqog {.^seli. Cho. 294.) means fio'eos m zte jtavtdjcaei (jTKff) ifi9eiQtTai. 
In Siieh |.aSKaf,'iis the vurhal has 11 'passive tiigiiirn-Mtinii. TrailsUti^: 


112 ZO0OkyJfi,Or:£ 

o jih' i]i' :T<nafiov Gitmi^, >''tj!ix{(ja TezQaoQcv uD7 

' M'eiit through taborioia contests full of many blou'S and much dust {conlesis 
in which hard blows are dealt and a close struggle is maintained, hard-foaj/hl 
and hard-uron contests).^ Herra: ^guinam plagis ac puteere plena siiperarujit 
certamina ? ' 

rea/mljjaia] Seliol: xi.)]yoiv (lEfirc. Cf. 5(t. nanddnQi't oSdq- 
liava. KeaJ ^a/ijilaKTU. Cf. Aj. 031. xigonldKtoi — Sohiioi 597 kU- 
TilaKtoe- And on K\, 484. 

jiayxovira A. E. L. T. TCKyKoviata Ven. TiKvuovijTa K 'Attended 
wilk muck dust.' Lat. 'pulvenilenta.' 1. e, in nhicli nothing came oft' tmo- 
viti. Cf. Oviii Mut. IX. 35. 'Ille (Hercules) eavis huiisto spargU me pulvere 
palmis, I inqiie vicem fulaa- jactu fliweseit arena:.' 

ig^l&ov the mss. vnl^. Dind. tir/vov Wak. Wiind. {v. Emend, -p. 107.1 
Hart. Sctol: Stljvvaav, Int^ijX&ov , ^yravieavio. liyu Si ort Jcav ilSog 
dymviaiiaios xai' alXijimv iveSsi^avto. Apifz iiml Kone for i^^X&ov 
inaptly compare 159. TcoXlovg ajmvag lltiiv (n very different passage). 
,'QniB unquara vel per somniura locntionem similem unquam jnaudirit, 
i^^l&ov ae&Xa pro 'cerlaniea ingresH snnt'V asks Wakefield, who pro- 
poses, aayAovixd t' i^'^&Xiov «&!' aytavtav. Nanck coig: k^^vvaav a&l' 
ayiavmv. So Eur. Hero. 1273. {itoiov) -KevzavQUnl-^^Ti noXs^ov ov* ^|r;- 
vvco!; Hes. Scut. 310. ovSi ^ori sqiiv \ viii-)j ijtiivva&ij, kXI ax^ivov 
sixov as^Xov. Eead rather vayv.6vit' Imel^ltfw. Cf. Thuc. III. 108. 
icolv toil ?Qyav iTts^ijX^ov. v. 100. nav tcqo tov Sovlsvaai iTnifX&eiv. 
Liban. I. 304. C. ^oaovg dyavag Ig^lfts (qu. lni^fiX9f). Arist. Ran. 1118. 
Ttavr' ^af'linw. Phil. 1419. oeovg Tcav^eas xal Sit^eX&^v ^ovovg. 

50G. asd-X' ayavav'] The Schol. explains Si&Xa hy dyavic^axa. Cf. 
Pliil. 508. TcolXmv Usifv SvaoCeTtov jidrmv d»i.'. Find. Isth. I. 26. i'v 
t' di^Xoiat Qiyov ^itXiisiiov uyeavtav. Abresch. Dilue. Thue. p. 9. Tiio 
usual meaning of as^Xov or a&Xov is a 'prite', the contest itself being 
af^Xog or ti&Xog. Theocr. Epigr. XX. 5. vaaove i^iJtovaoiv eTtc' ai&- 
Xovg. Hes. Th. 435. onor avSgfs dySivi at^Xsvmaiv. Wiinder compares 
Eur. Hero. H12. ^itfriipoQiov Ig ay^viav aiiiXlav. After dytapav a note 
of interrogation is, I think, rightly marked by Hart. Schn. Hergk. Nek. V. 
I!, s'. 793. 

507 f. This contest of Hercules with the Acheloua was sung or record- 
ed also l»y Archilochns (v. Schol. Ven. ad II. q)'. 237.), Pindar (v. SciioJ. 
ad II. ip'. 194.), Panyasis (v. Pans. X. 8. 5.), and Fhevecydes (v. Apollod. 
II, 6. 5.). Cf. 9 — 27. Tliere were other suitors for tlie hand of Deianir.i, 
but, as Ovid says Met. IX, IS, 'alii eessere duohus.' 

507. Ttotafiov G&ivog'\ I. e. 'the powerful or inigbty riner.' A poelic 
periphrasis, a&ivog being here used as elsewhere ^ia (e. g. 38. 'Jfiitov 
pia). Cf, II. a'. 607. Iv S' hl&ei ■aoxay.oio fiiya a&ivog 'Hnntvoio. 
v'. 248. 101' Si TCQoeeipt] e^evog ' ISousv^og. a'. 486. id if aS'ivog'iiQi 
oivog. X'. 268. ftsvog 'JxqeiSao. (i . 18. Tcozajtav iitvos- i'- 418. lig 
iTiga "EvTOQoe WK« xaticil fisvos h jtoviyaiv. n . 189. ^E%s-ilr\og ntfaisgov 
liivoe- V'- 8.37. Od. ij'. 167. hgov iiivog 'AXKtvooto. fr'. 359. a'. 34, 
Pind, 1', IV. 144. a&ivos aeXtov xsvctov. XI. 160. ti^is — BiSv(ioiv 
MpnTij(Ti'j(n);oi> c»ivog vlSiv. OT, VI, 22, a^lvog t'iiov I'luioveyv. ¥i. h. 


TVAKlMAt. 113 

lfC«S(La Tftll'pOf, 

'^j;*^P*'S ^^' OlviaSttv, o iHl BuKxicii k-tu &10 

»;A^£ TtalCvtovtt ©iJ/Jftg 

y TO Tiavtoljiov a'^^voq'HgaKlios- 01. IX. 55. vSuToe aSivog. 1''). Vl. 
cfl'sros inipdOK. .^scli. Emu. 290, ovTOi a 'liaoi-liav oiS' 'A9rivcit'as 
e9ivog \ Qvactit ttv. 27. IIolSHSairog ■xgdrog. 

u^iTiEpni — zavQOv] Cf. Od. (', 158. vipiKiQav tXaqiov, 
50S. rEi(iao@ou (tfi^icfio^ov B.) tlie idss. and Enst. p, I31G, 6. and 
1734, 10. but tctgaogov p. 573, 27, Wliith Litter feading: is perliaps right. 
So Eni-. Or. 979. tu nravov SCcofiia -naXav. V. Monk, ad Hippol. 1224. 
Scliol; itrpftOKsloug. {Fr. 678, 10. Svtczi S' iv xigaov leigitetslfC Yovf/.) 
Ct". Enr. Hipp. 1229. zlrQaQov — o^ov. The epic form itrpn'opos is found 
nhn Fr. 7B1. ittgaoQia [tnQaoQiazBi tlie msa,) Siip^qi. Enr. Suppl. 674. 
OX""' niQaoQcov. G67. Hel. 729. Cf. ^vvaoQos Ear. Or. 1566. 

qiao;ia] 'Figure, foi-m, appearance.' Soliol: ipdvzae^a^ cj^jio:. 
^aOjia xavQOv, though more poetic, means little more tlinn the simple 
taupoj. Cf. 527. ojific vvy-fiat. 836. tfjivoTaTOi — vSgae — fae^azt (V), 
Perhaps ip^fior or OCTft" (Pliil. 952). Or »qs^(ia (1101). 

509. Oina^BiiJ fflniadte was a city of Acarnania, nenr whieli flowed 
t!ie river AchelouB (Time. 11. 102.). Its ruins, wliieh avo rather extensive, 
are seen at a place called Trieardo (Mare's Travels in Greece I. p. 106.). 

510. BaKxiCai the mss. BtsKiiag Br. &c. Cf. (Ed. C. 93. Ant 18t. 
Baxx^ag — GiJ^as] Schol: z^g to* Bukxov j'noyojjg. .Ant. 1122. 

Oid. K, 210. Hercules was born at Thehes; ef. IIG, where lie is calkil 

ano A. B. K. L. Herm. Diad. &c. aico Br. Cf. on 539, 557. For the 
liiatus at the end of the line cf. Aj. 425. 

511. naUvtova — to'^h] ' /lebounding bow.' Called 'tela reciproea', 
hy AtUus (Seal, ad Varr. de L. L. VI. p. 18) and Anl. Gell IX. 1 1. Musgr: 
'reHlieniia, elaslica.' Cf. Horn. E. &'. 266. naltvzovn To'|a zixaiveov. 
o'. 443. jEsoh. Cho. 155. za z' iv xsgoVv Tialivzova Iv feyo> pf'ijj 'itmal- 
Xiov "Agtig. Herod. VII. 69. zo^a S\ iialivrova tTxov Ti^og Sf^ia, fKiK^a. 
Apoli. Rh. I. 993. TiaXivzovov aiijia zavvacag zo^ov. Theocr. XHI. 56. ev- 
xnftiita zo^a, Arist. Av. 1740. Egios — ^victs sv&vvs naXivzovovg. Bows 
wore thus called which bend backwaixis or inwards, when not slrnng. The 
.Schol. ad II. &'. 266. explains zo^a tis zovTciatu rsivoiici'a. £nst. ad 
II. p. 375, 9r zoia inl ^azs^a fi^pi; KUvo>«m. See Blomf. Gl. Cho. 155. 
The reader will beav in mind that the pltiral tola, cgpeeiaHy in the Tragic 
writers, is used of a single bow and its arrows. The position of ^aUvtava 
here is rather singular. 

512. X6y%ag^ A speai wag one of the usual weapons of Hercules 
(Hesiod. Scut. Here, 417, 462), as the Schol. remarks; a<p' IczoQiag q>^al 
loyjij* Sxfiv zov 'UQUKlfa. Brunck understands Xiyxag of 'arrows,' coll, 
Eur, Here, 1101. irtfemia z' iyxi tdja z' ^ana^zat TiiSa. But this is 
altogethei an Qausual signification of loyx't. Shonld we then read l6y- 
Xav 'a gpear'? See sehol. and ef. on 517. Or zola z' iy%ri zt. Or to^k 
Kio'Cazovg. (!'■ s'. 171. Ildvdage, itou zot tolnv ISi jtzigoevzsg 6'cezoi—;) 

zivdaaoiv A. K. L. T. ztrd^ag B. 01. A: d«o Mivov. Cf. II. ^'.298, 
eio doisE Tivdcoav. »'. 26G. TiuUviova t.'" 

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toav ig jit6ov itftivot iBiiav' 

fio'vtt 6' svXexTQOs iv [ii'tia KvnQig 

Qa/JSovonii ^vvovOei. 515 

tot' iiv doQog, i]v Si To'|e»v Trdtuyog , 517 

tccvgiiiav x' Kva^iySu xs^draV 

513. aoXlitg^ Scliolr HctajpyjcEtJtcoff utTtiv i-nl Svo to aoXliig' fJtl 
stiljO'OiTe yap iiyixcci, Cf. Phil. 169. );o)gra/ijV tivv iraiTf? oroiiifrs. Horn. 
0(1. y . 427. of £' 0:^01 llivtz aVTOo aoXlies. Hermann aptlj compares 
Mosch. 11.48. Soioi S ^ntuaav vipov iip o^Qvosalyialoio \ ipBytteaoli.tjSriv. 

514. fuftjf ig /isflof] ^eav is /iJdoi' Harl, Cetov ~ Ven. foHV firidov T. 
fS fif'cov Heath. MusgT- &<■■ ^i<J«J' (om, Jg fts'eoi') Br, Erf. For Is /licov 
(we liave iv ftie^ in neit v.} Musgrave proposes ^s iio^av. Qn. ^fcai' 
(om. i's fit'coi'). The Epic form fear occars II. fi'. 332. Od. n'. 176. &c. Hesioif. 
Th. 68. eSG. 01 *i lii'i'ioai' jiiyala oialijtm. 

Ij'jtei'oi] ifjiipot Ij. Insteaa of the eompovmci tipiijtti'oi. ^ Making for, 
*eekl«g.' Sehol: lai&v^ovvxsq. Horn. II. i'. 168. i^fityoi otoHios- &'. .^13. 
tifitvav naXeftovSt. 

515. fioto d — ] Schol: fioi'ij 4f ^ KvnQig TtaQOvOa i^Qtc^evt kciI Sti- 
T.axztv. Bergk: (lovk Si — . Qii. 9ea S' — . Or tbiis: nuQa 6' toliv- 
tpos iv fifaai aipici {cipieiv) ~. Or fiona {tiala) S' — Mopw — . 

tvlextQOsJ 'Desirable, lonely.' Hermaun explains; 'faiiati tori largi- 
Irix,' Cf. Ant. 7116. iJiEpog etiliKTQov vviKpag. (Ed. C. 1600. svx^oov 
JrifiijTQos. Apitz: "aic^HQa dieitur tdeia, et Tileioi- of yfyajujudiffi." 

516. Qu^Sofojist the mss, ^orpdovoficr Br. tacitly. 'Presided (as um- 
pire): Scbol: ipeapewf. Gl. T: -iytovo&itn. Plat. Prot. p. 388 C. 

517f, Schol; to'te ovv 6 'HquxX^s ""^ Z^P"' x"' T<i|o'S lfio'j;trD, o 
dc ^jfit^as toe's xf^orcif . 

517. -^r] Schol; avtt tov vxiiQXO^' Wlio cite.? Heaioil. Tlieog. Hit. 
Ttjs S' ^v Tgri-s xtfprtla(. V. Mattli, Gr. §. 216. n. 4. S. 303, 1. This obHerva- 
tioii must refer to v. 520, for ijv is singiilaE here. 

Xi^ag A. K. L. jittpos (snpr. t) T. uBipos B. Read SoQoe (cf. lo'y 
lav 512.). See note on next v. 

^v d} — ^v S' ~ Jiv St} Perhaps j)#e thrice. Cf. Herod. II. 141. 
tiaza (liv qury^Eif tods rpaqtxQsSi'l'ai avzav, naza Si ra TO^a, 

To^syv] Cf, 512. As the mention of a bow seems unsuitable here, \vher<; 
wrestling is spoken of, Musgrave suggests zagaav 'pedum.' But jiarcyog seems 
to require the mention of some weapon. Schol : xai. Xf$al xul ro|ois linixtzo. 

518. nazayog] 'ClaCter, rfi'ra.' Ant. 125. a^zayog Aqeog. M&oii. Sept. %'i. 
ndtayog ovz ivog Sogog. 221. Arist. Aeh. 639. navzti9tr liSij Tidzayog 
ijv zav auaiSon'. Lys. 329, jrKiayov i;ut(>fi'ou. 

watoryog, zavgiitm' t ] watayog ^* tavgeCmv Hart. 

tavQStmv — Kfgarrav] Cf on 13. Rivers were likened by the ancient.? 
to hulls probably on account of tliair tortuous wanderings and the roaring 
of their rapid currents. Heueo Hor. Od. HI. 30. 10. 'pia violent obUrepil 
Aufidus,' IV. 14. 26. 'si"e taiiriformis volvilur Aiipdiis.' Eur. Or. 137T. 
iluFwros zavgoiiqiivog. Stralio in fact p, 702, tells us that some derived 



nXijyitKTa xal OroVog afiipolp. 

tliis rescmblaiicu aito rtav xata xa ^ti9Qa iiajiTzwv, ag v,aXovai xsQcira, 
So En Latin 'corun' is used of the mouth of a liver. Cf Virg, ^ii. XII. 7i(l, 
' illi (tmiri) inter Kexe mnlla vl vulnera mUeenl, \ comuaque obnixi infUyuiil, if-c.' 

519. avafitySa] Tliis rare form oociira only here and iii Kicand. Alex, 
TiOO. Aiiotlier rare form avtxp.iya, for ccjiiiiya, Iia» Leeii reatorcil iu ,^soli. 
So|it. 240, Cf. Epigr. Bimmiae (A. P. Vll. 22): l« Moveimv Kfifnya kh( 
XaQizav, Hdiol: avajiiiiiyiiiviog. 

Kfgatmv] ftetmitiav Wuiidcr (v. Emeiiil. p. 32f.). 

520. ^v 3'\ ^v SI A. B. K. L. T. ^v is an oM form for ^caii, used 
specially liy Doric writera, as Epicharums (Atlieu. p. 288. 1). 3UG A. &c.). 
CI'. Hesioil. Th. 321, i^s *' V" ■^QliS KiqiaXai. Arisf. Lj-s. 1260. ^v 3i 
impS^ss ovx llaeataf — . Enr. luu. 1146. ivijv S' vqiavTul ygajifiaeiv 
TOiaiS' vipai. Cf. on 517. Or periiapa ^v niay here be a singular, tin; 
(■rm si motion presenting' !in example of t.lie o^'J^a UivSaQMOv. Qii. r/B'. 

afiipiTiXtHioi Mli(**"'fs] ^ Locked inlerlfoimngs in ladder foskian.^ Sehol; 
HI ixava^aoug, jik^b to ava it nai v-atm avzovq exgiipse^ai ev t^ 
f-aZV ^"^ *^ etSoq jralaieiitttog ^ Klifia^. rovro 3i to oiqjm tJrl 
'HgaiiUavs axovOTtov. llesycli: KUjianfq . Tiiilng fcSog. Pull. III. 155. 
Compare the words vltfiaKtafiog, xXiitaKi'tsiv, dtanlififfBc'Jfii'. Tliis mode 
of wro.itling, anconling to Ilerniftiin, consisteil in seizing ono's antagonist 
Imbind, and olirabing as it were ixp liis biiek, as minntely <leBeril)eil by 
Ovid Met. IX. 81f. Iloniiftnn metttions a aiuiilar phrase m Hl/fiaiiog (Etyin. 
M. p. 322, 31), which howerer refers, not to wrestling, but to boxing, Cf 
Ovid. Met. IX, 43. ^Eratqiie \ cuai pede pen Jiiiiclus, tatoqiie ego peclore 
jirowia \ el digUos digitis el froniem fronte pfemebam.' And more parti- 
cularly IX. 54, where the AcLelous says of Lis antagonist: Uerguqiie oiie- 
Tnsiis inkaesil. — imposUo pressus miM aionle nidebar.' The same man- 
mnvro seems to be alluded to in Arist. Eq, 262. Siaka^av ^yuagiaag, I 
bIt duoazeiiliaB tov w/tov avtot hsKol^^aaag. Cf. also Eur, Ale. 847. 
K^virsp iojijccs avibv — fiaQipa Kvxlov re TitQtffalio %iqo£v ijiaiv, &c. 

521. Tiv ds fniiajciiai &l6evta vX-qyiiaxal t^v S' olaivxa 5rl?i)>(uxiK (oni. 
fiftioTiiav) Wunder (v. Emend, p, 32f.), The ^ttoiitav jri^j'yftBta belong to 
theAchelous; for bulls in fighting butt with their foreheads and borns. Cf, 
Ovid. Met, IX. 51 — 6. Arg, Trachr kcI StcntaXalaag VTtig tini/ ydfiiav avTijg 
TTpiis 'jJjjSilmoi' a^iixae&ivTtt xavgai mgie%Xo,at to %ztgov z5>v Tttgatiov. 

SXoevra] Qu. atovoiVTO. Hut droVos occurs immediately in neit v, 

522. Ttliiyiiaza] 'Simvi.' Cf. Ant. 250, 1283. Wiinder reajls rol^yfiorff, 
ivhicli was another kind of wrestling. Heajcli: nXiyjia. ^^iia. ano riov 
KvXtojiivbiv Ktti jialaioiisvav , otav jifQtpavxeg xotg uiifleni varaTQi%iii- 
CIV. From nlieaEa^at Uo step out, to stride uril/i legs nparl (i, q, SiaSai- 
vfiv),' whence ajLipiTtXX^ (Fr. 538. SQaxavze fl'atgoi' aitqunll^ elXijqiuTi). 

eioj'osl Cf. Cic. Tnsc. II. 23. 'piigiles, quum feriunl ndiiersarium, in 
J/iiiandia caestihus ingemiseiint, non quod doleant animooe succiimhant, sed 
quod profundenda voce omne corpus inlendilur venilque plaga veliementior. 
Idem fnciunl al/detae,' Hes. Th. 994. tiXiaag etovoEvrag ae^Xovg. Sent. 
12C. o;r7ro'r' tiisXXt | tongSiTov aiovofvtag ftfoqji^eaa^tti. a^^Xovg. Cf 
llcroi^i's, Qi^. KOTius, jiiid GTOVihvra for olo'ftra. 

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iyd de (larftiig x^vovGci if(i(e^a' 

523f. Cf, 2'J. Nonnns IJion. 4a, 13, vvfiquSCoio jriQi^QOiitovtog dyui- 
vog I ^&ilfv 'HQCiKl^a- «al dma^iog TiotauoCo | "atato Ssijia'io o 
^oodgafeotig viiivaiove- Wakefield comp^rea Stat Tl ab VI 86i \ 
tic, ductnres gemini gregis, korridn laun \ lella nove t e!o c j j 
candirta pralo, \ victorem expectans: ri pv I obn f e le \je n b 

dit amor xlimul/is el miinern saiini.' Cf 515 

D23. a A. K. L, T. ^ B. Dciunira s mea t 

dpi/a] 'Delicate.' Find. N, V. 48 appa AeJjffij i /irn i.vz« il 
motre _i„ | w j. Pcrhiips koqu or viijitpc So n seem, re [u i 1 

624. Ttjlavysi nag' oiifl'm] 'Xeor la at) a ennence eo tn d a 
distant view.' Cf. 24 f. Qii. njXnvyovi tn oxQ'as 

TtiXavysi tlie mss. and T. taXavyu Turn. HeBycIi. tijlavyes- tij 
iecKOMOV. Ariat. Av. 1092. fl'ipft^ Ttviyovg — bkiJs tijlauyij's. Cf. Eur, 
Siippl. C52. cfiqji J' 'HlixtQttg jrujas [ ItFTij* &eoi^s, nvgyov svayq (lu- 
Ktiyj]?) lapoJi'. IleB. Tli. 566, jiiigos Tijlt'cxojroi' avyi'iv. 

jjijto] Cf. 24. sj'iB yaQ ^jtiji' ^MjrE7il)jy(rt*tj qid^w, Aj. 311. — zav 
oin. B. 

52G— 30. Tlicse lines are suapeeted by Bentl, Wunil. (v. Eiiieiul, iJ.lSOf.) 

626. iya Ss fiaxtiQ ftii" ofa gieKSto] 'For / speak [of her) at a mother 
fas if I tnere her mother) ' Cf. El. 233. aXX oiiv svvola y avSro \ jtKtijp 
(oae/ TIE aiata , uij tiKTSiv o rsxav ataig, Scliol. tynJ, tfrjaiv, IvSta 
Qixtog aasl priTrjQ liyca . iym Tcagllaa za noXXa, za rtltj Xiyia zSiv 
weaj'jiaroii'. Who probitLIy found here a more cori'ert teit tlinii we now 
have. Herm: lym S' ofiupt^ fiiv oIk, (fQu^ei (!) Hurt: Jyia df tu 
T^pftar' ola ipQa^m. Wecklein; iyto Si liav Tieftor' oTa (or r^efio:&' 
ola) qiQa^at — . HeiJnann explains thus: 'matris ex animo lute dicta stmt, 
non tneo.' C Matthiie: ''loquor ego, quasi sim mater' (i. e. diceiis h.iep 
aiilrno materno movcor), wlio considers these words iis paietithetical, whiuh 
he thinks will account for tlie repetition following to S a(itpivii%titov See 
Yauv: „Duplex in eonogotio erat niiseriaa speuice materno aiuori accrbn; quod 
D^anira non tanqnam regia virgo cum miptiamm apparotn collooaTCtur; 
scd tanqiiam juTenca a iiiatrc deserta, certanien tanrortira de se eonspicata, 
yictorem deinde sequeretur." The Chorus, it ia to be remembered, con- 
sists of women; and therefore they tlio more readily sympathise with 
Deianira on sach an occasion as the present. To express the deptli of 
their feeling, they compare it to that of a mother for her child. But. tiie 
sentence, it must be confessed, is very tame, Bcntley thought the line 
corrupt, Bergfc marks after it a lacuna. Cf. Eur. Tro, 147, jiaTijQ S ag 
tiB — i^dg^a yo) iioljcan &,c. I have given what Sebneidcivin propiises, 
and what I had myself hit upon. 

lidir/Q A. K. Ij. T, fiijTi;? B. 

oTa] 'Js: Gl. T: v.,t9a. 

,y Google 


ro li' fifitpu'fMi^r'ii' li^jnr; v/'iirpfcg 

HKXO jiKtQOS iifpti^ (ii^ecxFv 

fSdte zoQTis igrjiirt. "i30 


rtits K^Xf*"^*^^*"? ittuolv cog iit' f'So'^w, 

TK p£V <pQa<iov6a x^pc^v mE%vi]GK^riv, 

TK d' otK JtieSxco GvyxaroixtiovftiVf]. 535 

5l'7- 311 I oigk (hmks thcae lines ft variiUiun of the sccuinl eiVtl'wn 
uf tliis phy on 623— t. 

10 a' A K T lotf' p. L. 

ttji^tveix^tov A I djiipiviyiiizov i^. K. Ij. afiip^tijKoi' M. Cf. 104. 
Ttiv (ificptj'EiKj; Jjjnisipai'. Helen is called tsjigxtEin^e ^sch. Ag. 698. 

o(ip,a jvitqtas] Schol; avzl zov, ti Ttsqi/iaj^^rog vv/iqi'^ . xigiwQa- 
aiixag. Cf. Aj. 140. fttyav onvov f%ia xal ni^o^rntui \ TC-cr]v^s "S ojtfia 
nxlf/as (Schol: o^^k de ntlE^ag TisgiipQaatiJiais ^ ircAfin). 977. |1rfa^- 
fiav oftf»«. Eur. Ion. 1280. ©(t/iot lareo's. Iph. T. HO. I'UMOS Oftfia iii- 
yalaf. Valck. a4 Phcen. 415. Wakef: "Quod oeulus vjrglnis perpetao 
(lecnpabatiir ineertainine specUndo, eventum sollicita formidine maneiitis." 

528. iXiiivhv tlie mse. lUivhv Pots. &c. (Cf, Lob. ad Phryn. p. 87. 
Stallb. ad Plat, Rep. X. p. 372 f.) tltyxov (H. Lotze's ooiy.) Schneid. 
tflsvtav conj. Dind. Bergk conj; yJ.fivov K^/ievu jtaatv. Qu. leloj 
KymroE (or liffl'loii'). 

a,p,iiivii\ Kii&Xinii Hart, Qu. tic^leitH, or auyn'gst. 

529. pifiaTtev A. K. L. T. Aid. ^i^qiitv B. ffi^ax' ^^^^ Dobc. The 
ii'ords ttq>aQ §ifiaxsv were probably borrowcil from 134. 

530. iMCr* A. V. Harl. Von. Aid. wmrep B. K. L. ag Turn. Stepli, 
lir, Sch, Cf, on 118. So 537. wave vaviHos. Perhaps ^f^Kj;' | ae iis 
jioQztg iffrjiic/. Nauck would eject mHJceQ. 

jropiis] So Hor. Od. II. 8. 21. ' Te tuts niulres inetuunt Juoencis,' 
^piifta] Itf^fiag conj. Mein , coll. Aj. OSS. »g nsvrjs OKiiftvov leai- 
V>}S &o. 

531. tf§oE( U. K. h. corr. T. »Qoii A. L. pr. SI. Aid. (Cf. on 320.) 
Cf. 601. jfos Oil rat's fffra^tf ^vopm (wyofleu'ets?) iivais. Wliilst Lichaa ia 
takinfr leave of the enptives indoors, Deianira comes out to inform the 
Chorna of her contrivance. 

532. cos ^*' ^|o'*o)j 'H^il/i a vieiv to Ms departure: EI. 1322. wg Iti' 
i^oSai rilvm \ tiov ^vSo&iv xaiQovvtos. Aj, 44. i/ «al id ^ovltvji' ag sjc' 
'jleyeiots xoS' riv; 

533. ■frtigafos 7il&ov] 'I came oul.' Qu. ^fgnt'o; '^ijWov, or ratiier 
S-vgaS' ^^Id-ov. Cf. Eur. Iph. A. 1161. *i.Vjj r' I'giovT'. But ■a-ugofoi^ 
is feminine in El. 313. So Ttaig^og OixaUa'helow 478. lizvtjv §i^aiov 621. 

534. <peaaovaa A. B, T. ^ga^ovaa K. L. M. Cf. on 870. Pli. 1379. 
XtQdlv aTexv-qadnJiv} I. e. a ittzvtieatiiiv xi^aCv. Cf. on (Ed. E. 139. 
635. eiiyMQrroiKTioi'ji £!>);] ' To bevmil in eompiuiy jiiilh ijvu,' Schol: nvn 


lis ZO^'OKAEOrS 

iCKQiiaSiftsyitat , (poQtov &<1t£ vavriXog, 

xitl vvv 6i' ovOccL [linvoiiev (itag vno 

vtiiv O-Qtivrjaovna. ^aiorat/Jni' occurs <Eit. H. U78. (FA. C. 381. 401. I->8-2, 
The middle is put because the evils that Deiiinira is about to bcivHil arc 
her own. Cf. J5seh. Enm. 476. oi'htov ot^tiaai-c' . Herod. U. 121. tov av 
iStavxai KTrOKlKuCHtia i) nKxoi/ATiadjisvov. III. 156. Ko:ioi)iri'£ito q)«E 
UJto /la^slov jcsJiov&ivui ta &c. Otherwise one might e.isily correcf 
tsvyxaroi'XTiovo o/ioii (or ojia). 

536. oliiet S', ovKSz' Br. Sch. &e. oiitai y' ov«it' Wakef. oijMiy', ov- 
xEt' Erf. 0((iB^, oq;' ouK I*!' — Hart. Supply xo'pijv, Cf. Tiieoci'. XXVIl. 
65. dHa yvva fiattjQ, zs-timv tgoipos, ovxiti mBga. Above 148. 

iStvyfitvrjv] 'Wedded.' Schol: ytTK.uijfiiKijii t^'ffpaxlsr. CE.lfr.SlT. 
ijiitSttv ivqr^ovij Jeu^jj fiia. CEd. R. 826. Frequent in Enripides. 

537. TfaQSiaSlStyfitcv] jiaQiaSiSsy/iai DiaA. Wuuder: ' male recepi {re- 
ceplaai haheo).' Translate: '/ haee wrongly (to nty hart) adaUtled lo 'iiy roof.' 

•poQzovl 'Goods, freight, merehandise.' Cf. on Ant. 1036. tSiv yivoirg 
vTio I l^tifi'JtoXriiiai xaiiTze' rnilai. 

vavTiXos, liopijTOv IfiJtoljjuc Steph. Br. Died. &c, vavzilos krafiij- 
lov, ifiTtoXtjtia Aid. Wak. and others. 

538. Xa^ijzov i[i,ji6!,ijiia rijs ffiiis ^Qffos] ' A piece of goods destruclive 
of (ruinous lo) my peace of viind.' Schol: foqxlov Xm^rizov %Jii ip,!ii ^Qtvoq, 
^Xa^CQav tpogtlov nal Sq>vpgiscov. Wander: ' eontumeltosam mcrcedem luei 
aniini (i. e. indigitam mei in Herculem animi fruc(uia).' jlm^ijios is passive 
Tr. 1069. Aj.1388. Ph. 1103; active, as here, Ph. 607. aiojocnat Impiji' ^'irij. 
Cf. onOEd. R.069. Mnsgr: ' damnosiim, eMliosum.' Wakefield connects and ex- 
plains thus; (poQTOv tactt vccviilog \ Im^qriv, i/lwoXruiK — , 'u! mercalor 
damnosam mercedem, cf-c.' 

ilinoltnia — i^e ifiiig ipgrvos] Ant. 1063. mj ji^ 'fiTcoX^amv [schol : 
i^aJtaTjjBoiv) Ca&t tjjv ijiiiv y/^iva. 

JfiJio'lijfiH] 'Piece of goods.' Eur. Cycl. 137. jHqsigSM ■ ipeig yag t/t- 
TcoX^jiaeiv ('wares') jigi-nii. Poll. V. 135. 'EfinoXtiita here seems to mean 
/in injury, bane, ruin. Schol; Jijft^ai'. Cf. the simitar passage Ant. 10G3. 

639. Sv — iiias'] Cf. 941, 460. Ant. 14. 

Sv' ovaat] I should prefer Sv ovaa. The dual participle is con- 
stantly found joined with the plural verb. Cf. CEd, R. 1505. vm yug, ra 
ipvzcvaap,sv, | oXtaXajisv Sv ovii. Ph. 1079. vai niv ovv oei^mnc&a. 
on Ant. 533. and Elmsl. ad Q^d. C. 531. For iiiitvo/KV qu. vai'Djifv, 

liius vni iXat'vijs] Schol; kitI io5 fitas Koitrjg. Cf. Theocr. XVIII. 19, 
Zaros -cot ^vyaztiQ vno tav fiCav axexo xXaivav (i« Mivilaia\ Eui 
Peliad Fr TI otav S vie ovSgos iXaivav svyivovg Tiiejjg Asclepud 
J* pigr 20 tjSiiSTov S attorav v.gv'^ii /iia xojis qtiXeoviag Athen V 1) 
JXittpiaSrig njirEMoi (1)j9jj «no triv «tirijii ytvoftEvog iXaivav tetat Tbcl 
I 406 Villois ad Lon^ p 205 Bergk ad Uciphr I iS For thp from 
ine alter vno cf 1034 vJto 1(3,^^0$ Aj 1145 u<p ti/^uTOs Hgmptti, 
Ant 692 tiTio SHOTot ^sch Sept 381 vn ttamtSos Cho lo SaxQ'rio 
S vqi ftiiaxoiv 831 vno z^ovog kur Hec 756 lovtov scoi eztxov 
Tta<pego7 Jfawij, vito bu] pi 9'0 i<fitgov r (p ijizazng Tro 75" Hel 247 



X^tdvijs vTtfcyxdXiGna. toidd' 'HqccxHjs, 540 

6 aietos ^fttv xdya&og xnlovfisvos, 

iya Ss &v[iov0d-at ftlv ovx iitiGTauat 

voOovvTt XELva aoi-la X^Sb trj vooa, 

ta d' Kv ^wotxffi' tijS' 0f^0JJ tig av yvvi] 545 

Svvccvto, xoivavovGa tav avtav ydficiv; 

Find. 01. II, 149, urn' ayKM»os, Liicmn. Herin. 37. uno moIjiou. SI. So 
vno ndXrjg izsiv zi. TranBlata; tinder one covering. 

vno A. B. (^11.) K. L. T. Aid. ino Br. Herm. Dind, fie. Cf, on 510. 557. 

510, v7iayv.ctli'i(ia'\ 'An object to be embraced, a mislress.'' This is 
not, aa some stippose, tiie accusative after ^ly,vo^tv ('awtdl kin embrace'), 
but the nominative, put in apposition to the siibjeet. Eur. Tro. 759. to I'j'oi' 
vTtay^uXiaiia fDjc^I ipiXtatov. Hel. 247. ^ Si zpviisoig 9q6vois \ diog 
v^ayxaXiajia <!f^v6v''Hqa ha. Compare naQayKaiio^a. Ant. 650. tpvxQov 
na^ayiialnsiitt — yvvtj %av,ii Itt'i'iui'Os iv ^dfioi?. The verb vnayxaXi- 
Stiv occurs Eur. Cyel. 498. Heracl. 42. (middle). Sec Wakef. ad h. 1. 
Elmsl. ad Heracl. 42. 

541. u jriffidg — ] Said sarcastically. Cf. (Ed. K. 385. Kqscov o wiotdg, 
otf| aQxvs flXos, I Xa^Qii (i' imsX^'av &c. Phil. 873. aya^ol atQazriXazai, 
AnL 31. TO* iSyafrdv Kfiovxa. After itiazos five letters are erased in L. 

VLOLya&og] Perhaps dya^ae (Ph. 873. aya^ol azQazTjluTai). 
v.aXov^svoi\ zeXovnivoq T. Turn. 

542. oiKorpi*] I. c. vitig otKovgias fita^ov, as explained by Eusl. 
p. 458, 48. Scholr evxasmf^eta zris woivxQovias ^iiwv oUovqias- Gl, T; 
SfoQa sffKn zijs olnovQiag. 

Tov fiotpoil iQovov] 'Jn relurn for Ms long delay (absence).' Cf. 247. 
zov aoKonov xQOvov. 

543. lyra Si — ] 'Now 1 ,fc.' Cf. Arist. AcIj. 500. iyai Si jiisa fiiv 
AaKt.Suinovlovi aipoSga &c, Eur. Orcst, 517. lyai Si jiiBa fifv yumfKae 
a'jjofft'ous. Ant. 1196. 

ovv.inioza(iai] 'Iknownot,' i.e. 'lea/mot.' El. 629. ovS' iniazaoaiKXvstv. 

544. voaovvzi — z^Se z^ voaio'] So .^sch. Prom. 384. ^a (is z^Sb t^ 
voaa voatCv, The more usual construction is with the accusative, as in 
Ph. 173. voBsi itiv uyQ^av voeov. Ariat. Av. 31. vosov voaovntv — . 
Vesp. 71. Cf. 1230. lo fiiv voeouiTt 9viiova@'ai vajtov. 

if/*E i^ """^1 Cf. on 445. 491. and also 459 f. 

545. TO *' ctv ^vvoimiv] Eur. Or. 823. id tf' ad Kanovgyftv dai- 
P'la hr For the iddition of the article cf Phil G^O zo eufvSsiv Si 
00 I MO' ro) naQa rm 1 e** jte ^oft to Sqciv At & Aj 1143 Matth 
( § 543 n 9 § ioe5f Hei dd Aj 114 I o 11 hu r re d to 
S — aa some pronoun s reqn red afte ^vvo v,i v 

547 ijpjji- 1))* itiv — ] Cf on A t 21 Mitth Gr § ''m n 8 
Tijv flip — zrjv Ss] I should preler iijs f£i — ujs i5 or ratle 
rij (lii' — zzj Se — as proposed 1 y Musgrave And so apparently read 
fechol Tij Joli) ngoKOJiio aav m I nulofiti'ijv t ^ ijP jt Cf E r In 
It la 4 10 i fi p nti| (i oc t at (lo ?J fl fd vf 



t$nojiaccv Tredaoj] 'Slill udvuiicinq {to iiialiiril!/).' <.'f. Pr. 2311. 

548. rp&ivBvaav] 'Wamng, tiidiig: V. Blonif. Gloss. Peris, m. 
(ov] Sc, ti^Bsv, as eiplaineil by Wund, &e. Scliol: to av&oi rSiv 

viiov yvvMKwv ffiXti Kpjtrejsif o otp^ai-fioi zov avS^os^ i^Siv 8e vJinva- 
XfOQilv, StilovoTi zav ic^ta^vxi^Biv. Id. on 549. olov, ziov Svo '^U\uS>v 
tqji ftiv vna^ovaav aqjia^nv s(io&tv o lOu kvSqos 6q>&aXjiog, TTJq 3f 
'I'jtsxToinetv tov noSa, t)tot rrjg XQee^vziQag. Cf. Aj. 235. SfepiaTtv 
uyiav ijlitO-i nal^vnv | oiii — . El. 142, Eur, Or. 920. nuiotigyos, ot-jtsq 
tiaX ftovot am^ovat y^i/. Hel 440. "ElXr/v jisipv«as, oleiv ov« iniazsorpaL 
and on 261 above Others understand mv of the young:. So Dind: "Nc- 
gligentins loquitur: nam imv jilv diei debohat." Rut the eouatruction 
in this case would be very forced and unnatnral. The passage ia no ilouht 
corrnpt. Hauck conj: rijs /isv at/na^nv q)tlii\ to Kallog avng, trig fl' 
vTifKtQsnet TtoSa. I wonid propose: av aipitfna^etv iptXsi^ { av&ag Sqs- 
■atad'ixi. Or oiv (ptXet jtas I'fi fiQOxav (or qiiXovsiv a^asveg) ] avSog 
SggTisn&ai, —. Or atv Sqinsiv iiac Tig rpilti" | to &alXov (or ^aXs^ov) 
tcv9og, — . Or mv aqitiQ jraj Tig qiiXit | av9og SQlnca^'ai, 

n^ae««'£Ei»'] ' To plack.' Qu. vifiaQita^dv. Cf Arist. Th. 205. v^uq- 
jrngsiv tt ^■qXfitiv KvitQif. Eccl. 722. .lEseh Suppl. 666. r,^ag S' iiv- 
9og aSqenzov Soxa. Find. Fr. 87. finifl'BMK? aQug anh -naQtiov Sgini- 
sd'ni. P. VI. 48. aSi-Kov — Sqmaiv ^^av. XI. 192. j^pucoGctipBi'OU Ss 
ot ^^Hs va^Ttav avtijaavi' aTtoSgiipai ^^tlov. 

549. oqiO-alnog] 'Tke eye.'' Schol: d oqi&ai(ios rou ctvSeog. The 
eye is pat inste^id of the person because in these matters it takes a lead- 
ing part. Cf. on 627. Wakefield aptly quotes Prop. II. 12. 12. ^ocuti sunt 
in amore dacei.' But ofi^aXiiog put thus absolutely seems hardly right. 
Meineke (lonjeetures d SaXa/iog. Perhaps Jins S'ciXtffov. Or itiiug rig 
(iv9og. Or id &dXXop av&og. Or vag tis cd y* ("r&og. Cf. on 548, 

av9og] 'Floiver, bloom, freshness.' Horn. II. v'. 484. Mnl 3' ^xet ij§rjs 
KV&og, o ie Kgatog ietl jikyiezov. Simonid. 104, iiv&oi — noXv^Qmov 
JJpijS. Mimnerni. Eleg. II. 3. av&soiv ^pije xs^Tcoiii&a — . Tyrt^cus I. 27, 
vioiei. Si ndvt insoiKiv, \ oipg' iqaz^g ■fl^'JS dylaov av&og ixV' Tlieogn. 
622. ij^rig j dyXaov av&og ^%mv. 

T&v S"l lov S' Harl. 'But from the otlters (those whose 'jont'i i.v ^le- 
clining).' Qu. r^s *' (or r^* S'). Cf. on 648. 

TfJiSKipijisu' A. B. T. Aid. Br. vvextqmsi. K, L, (both in text and 
lemni. schol.) Junt. H. Erf. Wnnd. Herm. Dind. Hart, Bgk. Nek, vnixtQcx^'-'' 
Harl. ujiSKipEffSi is perhaps right. A similar change occurs in Phil. 440: xa 
jilv aavov^ya — xaCgova' dvecetQsrpovTeg i| aSou, la 6'h | Sinain 
val tti XQTjez' ccKoaTii.Xova asL The subject of vjieiiriiSnei is now 
no longer oqi&BJfidj avdQog, but simply dv^g. Cf. 967. (Ed, C. 658, 
Aj, 14. Possibly iijesMigEjEti' (Harl.) may be the true reading, as itgo- 
§aivttv moBa, &c. From a gloss in K, {vniKXQSTiii . JtdS«) one might 
suspect that naSa lias crept in from a marginal intej-p relation. Qu. vtiik- 
XQSXHV ad (cf Phil, 450). 

650, xavz' ovv tpopovfiai] 'On i!as account thei'efore I fear.' Tnvra 


,(!!) oi;oiiis in tlie seuse of Sia taita ' Ihcre/hre : ' ns o and . 
Lsu uf 'wherefort: Cf. Arist. Ec«I. 338. S «Hi SiSmyat ^i, —. 
jtuats] 'A lawful, wedded, Imshand.'' Aristot. Pol it, VII. IC. ; 
Q Y 9 ^} 1* HI 71 f»iy wj" 

1 fiut Ilkm dit mil 

t s 

S rj y rj A a XI j H oil I 135 

651 Iij A B Aid J t II D 1 H rt I 

K L M 

iniAjlH WdSl BgltNkHm 

W 1 

I Scl d m 1 rdly t 1 I f fit 

tl 9 1 

Up t bj t 1,1 q te gU h T 

1 te F 

/ ! f 1 Hei 1 b II I < b) J 

11 d h 1 I 

1, «,! 1 1 11 f h 1 J ly 


1 1 Tl p t f d h rati tl th 

t b oa 

tl t d 1 t f t 1 eadj b g co te 

mpl ted t 

ly gl t 1 f 11 Th f» J() m 

I t I 

/ U d b or ?i pp 11 f b b t ij lij&i; / 

lb 11 d 

Ik ppll ( /■ Wj Th d ff ce b t 

th f 

tl p se t d th n t 1 passa^ pi ed 

th h 1 

y d lea by Plm 1 y ( d M d SIO ) Q S S 

fiq & 

ijjjdit ptlu-Tt ptalqdtmp t 

f [If 

' II b 11] I S S fuj & 3 m J 

b 1 b 

I t t [ i /• A B rt 1 A pi E th f m h 

dd eaE 

M 1 37 * « * I] fiij ^ >■ t] f th 1 I 

t M d 310 

11 f ^Q I Jem* ^ (t>) p 1 ijfi (p I 

1 til ) 

n tw g fi t h d b ed th 

^m p g 

ihi 519 e ( s a ) n ^ z ei « 

9ns 1 

Al lr)»^ , 1 1 » S 

I Y 

gi i El 1 y f p th t th ft t 

t mpl t 1 

1 tl m TIB I t t w 1 1 h I f") — l^^V I » ) 

b h thtfiiihf cat tildtb p sed 

( ly f 11 1 by bj t h I ply 1 bt 

rt ty mj 1 ed t f II wed by d t I Ih f rm 

t g fi II th I tte h A Cf 297 555 m (Ed K 747 

3 & ft fii) pi fl) fi si; 767 1011 PI I 493 78 A t 1113 

as -i e p.Tl S 9 s II \ 9 V t'S & 

ziXuv. Aj. 278. Anst. Nub. 493, SESoiyt-a a , m MQta^vxa, fi-q nXriyaiv 
Sey {Seei other msa.). Eccl. 338. 3 kkI SsSoma ftij ti dpe VEtoiepo*. 
PUt. Phied, p. 84 E. aXXa (po^sVads iirj SvcuoXiOTtgov w vvv Sia^uiiai 
[read Sia-uimaai, as ^vy«t>itat p. 93 A.). Dam. p. 34'2, 11. Sfiofjin fi^ 
Tiva Xij&t]v Ij owfij^jiaf tmv aStiiijuatmv vjiCv IjwsTrotjjKjj (al. — %ti). 
p. 373, 1. SiSoma iit} ItXrjd-aiitv (qn. Xel-rjd'eiiisv, i. q. Xslijeiiivoi ajiiv). 
Cf. Sehaefer Melet. p. 115f. Qu. nm^rat (i. e. KSMlijftsjijj ij, of. 73(>. 
El. 230. Ph. 85. 119. Fr. 107.). 

651. KKiJo) ' TAe moil, the loeer.' 'AvrJQ meanH 'vir miilieri idoneas.' 
V. Vakk. ad Hipp. 490. Cf. 460. wXeicrag avng ds 'HgaKlrig ^yrj^e Sij. 
John Evang. IV, 17. v,aXmi djcag, on avSpo; odk ^xa' tiivrt ynp crvSgag 
eaxcG' Ktti "vv ov fx^tg, ovx feti. gov tJfjj'p. Hence the opprobrious 
epithet of women avSQeQiiazQiai. (Arist. Th. 392). Mehler ad Hor;iclit. p. 3S. 




yvvaixa vovv exovOav ij 5' sxta, qotAfti . 
■Yjv [lot nnXniov i^cSpov aypfov nore 

conjectures ; i^s vfinrf gnj d aq j/, Wliith I am surprised tliat Dindorf 
should approve of in Ed. III. Eldilte bad already proposed rsv i/. 

553. oQyaivfiv] ' Should be atigry.^ Formed as &viiah(iv, jjaifjrn^i'tff , 
tf ucjfgai'fjtv , Ivaaaiveiv , &c. Cf. Eur. Ale, 1106. eov ys fijj pillovzog 
oQyalvtiv ifioi. 

553. ji S''\ ' Bui in what way if-e.' Though aila has preceded, CI', 
on Aj. 169. Soiiol: ^ Si ipdiroj t^g iujrije laiia {l^a/i' av?) tsiotriv, v(iiv 

55i. Xvtri^tov Ximfj^a, tf/S' vi^Cv ipQuaa the mss. Dind. Wiind. Kek. 
There is snrelj some error here. Schol: avtl roir^s Ivxijg fajia. Erf: Xvtij- 
910P lii3U)(H(roir, ufitV ifQaea. (Followed by Bergk.) Wakef. conj : lvr:qpcuy y' 
KKijjta, tfiS' — . Ziel (de asyndeto ap. Soph. p. 7) conj : iviiJeioV rt nrjiiovris, 
vfiiv tp^ueai. Herm: Xvt^Qtov mj'lijjtc, ttjS — . (So also Heriv,) Hart: 
kvt^qiov lu'jrije n, z^S' — . Wecklein; Xvti^qiov mo^tjfi'a — (coll. lUi). 
Wunder with Hermann rightly, I think, considers the error to lie in iv- 
j[t]p.(t, and proposes instead some such noun as tij^vrjjia or xjiXrjjia. The 
most probable corrections appear to me, XvtiJqiov tofAljftrc (sc, tav <fiQS- 
vav, cf. 575. farai ipginoe aoi tovxo KrjXrjitjQiov | t^s 'HQaxXsiag). Or 
XvT^Qiov rixviifta, or Ivt^Qia aziQyri^Qa (cf. on 1138.). Or Ivx^Qtor Xmcr/g 
II (cf. El. 447. XvTijqta — rov ipovov. 635. Xvrr/Qiovs ivxag Suiiazav. 
1490. ifiol t63' av Ktoiiai' (idvo* yivotto zaiv naXat Ivtijgiov. Fr. 697. 
10 in&vEiv TDji^ovTJs XvtJiQiov, (Ed. R. 392. Ttiig ovx — ijvSas xi zoig 
aatoiatv iv.Xvriiqtov'^) Or tvxi^ijiov exigyrjaa (as in 1138*. Or ititijgioi' 
ti utjtiovtie vfiiv ipQaam. See also Add. 

555—75. Cf. 831f. lUlf. 1163. Of the Greek poets Arohilochua seems 
to have been the first who mentions the denth of Nessus by Hercules. Cf. 
Strab, X. 5. I lus "V 08 1 The subject s also cleverly worked up by 
Ovid. Met. IX 101-33 

555. (tQ%a ov the msi an! vulg «jgtou Wakef. Erf. Which emen- 
dation, though condemned b> '5 ha«f a d Apitz, and pas'ied unnotii;ed 
by Dind. and others seems verj p hable Wakefield compares 1095 f. Enr. 
Hero. 366. ayq tav KsvxavQov Ov d Met XII. 219; '■mevorum saevisstme 
Cenlaurorum. I suspect the tr e reading s Ik Niacov 6o%\v \ &>jeds. 
In favour of the v 1 ar read ng cf Herod "VII 116. to %sC%og xo a^Xatov 
ix ixaXatov ^SeSiir/ro Ljb ( 51 n«Tti zo toiit/iov to ^aXaihv mbi «p- 

Tcoxf] Sho 11 read in tead So9 v Foi the con-tiuctijn doffft 
Qjjqoq cf. on Ph 1 2 Instead of hots — (557) Kayser would trans- 
pose niiqa ■ — Jior* , 

566. 9yiQ0 ] The ce ti Ne » is Cf j68 610. 840. 1059 1096. 1162. 
The Sphinx o 11 d E I S 1 1 b tl e "Satyrs Eur. Cycl. 620, 



o nuts ^t' ovgk tov dnGvOTeQvov xa^a 

!Vi<JGov (p&ivovTOs ^t ^ovtov dvtiXoiifjv, 

og row (ia&v^povv noTttftov Evijvov ^potoi'g 

(U0&OV 'jro'psus j;fp6lv, ovra ao(inifioi,s fi'W 

xtajtaig iQiOGov ovtb lal^ECiv nXiav. 

og Mtt(ti , TOv ;rar()uov ^vix' is do'^or 

557. irais] I. e. 'young;' not '■a maiden,' for she was at the time a married 
wuman. Sehol: vdotiQu- ov yagnaQ^ivos- Cf, Schaef. ad Dem. c.Mid. 540, 5. 

SaavateQvov] 'Shaggy-bosomed.' Cf. 837. fijIttynaCia — fl-ijgdfi. Horn, 
II, (3'. 743. jjfiaii TM, ot£ ^^gas itiaazo laxvijertag,' 
nuQa tbe tnss. AM. hq^u Br. Cf. on 539. 

558. Nsaaov A. B. Neaov K. L. T, WhicL latter re^i-dinf- is oon- 
stantly fonnd in the msa. 

£K rpnvS>v] ' From his slaughter (woand),' when he was wonnded by Her- 
cules. (Cf. Ovid. Met. IX. 101 f.) I. q. h aipayav (573). 01. T: rav 
eipafiov. Wunder explains, 'a aangmne ejus'' To be eonstmed with avsi- 
Jiofuji'. Cf. El. 11. jiwreos ^* tpovatv \ ^vsyna. Ant. 696. iv qiovaig nrntayr . 

rpovav the mas. vulg. Herm. Wund. Naiitk. &c. rpovaiv Borgk. Dind. 
Cf. on El. 11. Possibly the construction may be tpQ^vovrog i% (pov&v, 
'when he teas dying in consequence of his wound.' But the other method, 
I think, is preferable. Cf. El. 1. 1. 

569 f. Cf. Arg. Trnch: ayiBJ' Si dijiavitgav fig Jiotctfiov Evtjvov ^l- 
&tv, iv a Hff&sjo'fisi/os Nsaeot 6 KiviavQOq xovi jtagtovTae Stenog^- 
jiivt jUcS^ov, liyfov ^aga &iAv TavTr/v t^v jiog&iitieiv dlrjifevai Si« 
to Sixaios tivat. According to Strabo (X. p. 451) NesBUS was ivxav9a 
xoq9iisvs ajtoSeSeiyiifvos. Cf, Apollod. 2, 7, 6. Ovid. Met. IX. 101 f. 
For the double aeousative of, Eur. Ale, 450, noiii Sij yvraCn' ai/iazav 
lifivttv 'Axigovriccv vogivBrtg lldra Sixa^at. Plat. Tim. 83 A, iym aqxa 
Sirl^t§a thv notafiov. 

559. EvTivov] tviji'oi' (the latter accent a m. rec.) L. 

560. (na&ov} 'For a fare.' Genitive of pric' 
'jtOQSVt} nogtvt A. B. K. L. T. Aid. 'Used U 

I. q. Inog&ii'ivi. Scholr Siiiciga, Ste«6Q&ne)i 

jtoititi'iiois MoijrBis igiaao>v} Compare .^sch. i 
Kpnii nofncifiov x^gotv nCzvlov. 367. ejiovS'p itita«aiv xop.«i^ove %v6as 
noS&v. Pers. 855. Eur. Hec. 1290. nvoag iiop,niiiovs- Hel. 1073. wo'fin'fiot 
Tivoac. Iph. A. 1322. llatuv Ttoiinaiav. Hipp. 578. Tco/ijiiiia giccif; Swiiaxav. 

561. Xrtf^iBi K. 

Btois] jrlfoin eonj. Mein., who however tliinks the common reading 
may bo defended, by supplying nogtvmv (from 'noQCVs) or mlitav (from 
iQfaeav). We may perhaps connect lai<pe<iiv veoig directly with inoQSvi. 
But I am inclined to think nlttav the true reading. 

562. top Ttazgaov -^vina atolov B. K, L. T. Scliol. Junt, U. Pors. 
Misc, p. 219. Dobr. n»i' aargrarov ■^vina ttrdl.ini' A. Aid. roO fioiT nazgos 
^vixa azoXcov Erf. natgog ^vina aroXov Sixes Hart, tov TtBigmov ijvCii 
ig Sofiov {i. e. to his home) Herw. Vauv. conjectures: og vafti itvtqaaiv 
ojiijviMo: Gtolaiv \ ^vv 'HgaTiXst %6 agditov fivig (i, e. iategijiiivii) iaxo- 
(iiyf. Or — iiatQ(pav ore utolaiv ano — svvig {'conjua:'}. Schaef: 'noj! 
pulris iiiissu llcrculeirt iirimum uxor saquercr.' [And so explain Dobr, Wund, 

Matth. Gv. g, 36 

convey (or ferry o 

Cf. Enr, A!c. 1. c 

; Igiaast' ttfiipl 


£Oi!-OK ■IKOtl' 

fptQav fV (Jfiofs, '^vi-/.' tj 'v HE0C3 jropc), 

Xia Ztjvos Bvifvs natg iTtiarghiltccg x^f"'" 

ydiii.) "Dobree proposes to connect erolnv with iujtojiyjv (ns if T17 xargoi 
!ni!l^ij), toll. 15.->f. 153. ^HCli. Stippl. 183. (EH. C. 358. Arist, Av. 4li. 
Eiir. irer. 38. {where v.Elmsl.). Sclmeid; "AsiferoAoi' t'jio ^rKi^os iotalij't." 
Poraoii i-enders! ^attended or eonduetcd by jity fni/ier.' Naiick coiisiilers 
the passage itorrupt, I wonld correct, tov icat^aov riviiL is Sofiov. ller- 
uiiles aii<1 hia bride were on their way to Arg'os, on Ids return to liis 
father's home. Cf. Eur. Here. 11. ^v Ttavtts vtievaioim KaSneioi «oi£ 
Imrra avvijlala^aj', ijpla tig i/iovs ) Softovgo xXeivos'HQaMXijS >''i' tiytTO. 
Where Amphitryo is speaking. Compare also tlie narrative ns related by Ovi ' 

Met. IX. 103. ' novarepetetu paliios cum conjuge m 

Jove natas ad undas, | uberim soliio Bmbii MemaUbus a: 

499. 'Me coj^jugem dum ha 

■Aog iivi-x,' is Sofiov ( Wnnd, 11 ( 

ipiSiov) ijWxu azoio 

journei/ or expedilim (Et P 4 

ietfae ore. Or «ct tp 

Soiiiav. Or xatQetai 

z&v iv ty oCm'cc Sov 

otKOv too Tiazgog Sq 9 H 

563. ivv 'Hgaul 

ci — 9<tQfiovvtcs xa d' rr 

^Buh. Ag. 928. avtri S 

svvtg] 'As his «i 
avSgwv ivvtSag la^es B 

ad Orost. 919. Some g ee 

(v. Dorv. ad Charit. V T 8 

pHved of my father.'' 
ivviv ?*»;««. JEaah. 
ipCXov x^lov ivviv. P 

ilJj> 'HQUILlfl TO Kqw 

HQnxlftTtQaiT' iiiXnn | H 

564. ^v E. K. L, T g N Dm 

on 632. The addition re 

565. iptcvft jiata (E 
Xigaiv. WakefieM th ad 

fiKittiTcig] I. e. p as 

Xaaroig. -Esch. Prom 
zetioi. Cf. 587. (Ed. R H 

ad Herod. II. 173. Co 
explains it otherwise, ee 

did not effect his piu 

566. inieTQiijias'] H 
Tiag Mat Ka'(iVffi Tjj 

rather, '/laving direc ns 

'hailing niiliced it,' Or 

il Eneni rapiiius 
IS.' Setiec Here, (Et. 
.>-c.' Or rof Kiji- 
V siifiipafoi' (vuu- 
S often m_eans_'« 
Or natfitaas nip' 
ew'oiv o^rivi-x' it 
qiijoi 10 TtXTjitos 
v,t(TaXinov<}K tov 

and twig 'oi'fto' 
Epijjiog, i. e. 'de- 
rs xal laQXav 
(jo's. 783. avSQog 
avavSQnvs. Qit. 
Sdp,aQ). Or '%vv 


ohet.N. L. p. 188. 
ffp 'if itogqi. Cf. 
■tjtavaag aiiavQKtg 

G\i aSixotg, dto- 
ivzovgyitit - 
fimQaivci. Valek. 
sense. The Schol. 
in as mueh ns h< 

'•TQlltieiiS ^ CTQf 

■■or xeQotv cf. 26S. 


Ti'AXiNlAl. [•?,:> 

ToOoiJtoi' si^s ■ iJffi ytQin'ros OCviag , 

TOffoV^' ov^Cft Tov ijtdov, iav 7ti&ij , 570 

^TopS'ftKiv, 6&ovv£x' vOrKTriv 0' £;rfji^' jyo'. 

fKV ytep dp.ipi&^eatov aiiia tav ifiaiv 

u(J7. MOJ^^(TlJll ^dv] I. e. JttsQo^vra in thu liiiigiuige of Tloiiier, II. s' 171. 
IlavSage, Ttov loi td^oi' Wj Jittgo'tpTEs o'iexoi; Gl; iitztgaitivov. Phil. 
KiK. ^tijji'ot's ^ofg. 711. 

irlfvftovaf A.Alil.aml (snpr. v a 111. [ir.) L.Uiud.Hck. nviviiovas tliereal, 
;iinIHerai.Wrnwl. Bglc. Cf. 778. Blomf. ad ^scli. Sept. 01, Lob. ad Fhryn. p. .WO. 

5CS. SieQQoi^JiBtv] 'PFMszerl iliroiigli.' II. «'. SCI. (ik^w«i: oi'iTTraj' 
xs ^orgor xaJ Soiiwoi' aKOPtmv. Lye. 142C. Ariat. Av. 1183. e^f!! *e ««' 
Titspotci. xol ^oil'Tiii.aaiv. Cf. 1083. ^(ijIe jriswptM/. 

^x^pjjirxtoj'] '.^s fe reas gasping, hrealldng hi' last, expirimj.' 'En&i'ii' 
CM£(ji HometiineB means simply '/o /ilini away, to suionn away.'' Hesj'eli; 
tii9uviv. elttmo&jijiijofv. Hippocr. da morlt. vulg. V. 7. cor! k^i9avt 
nfvzaviq, BS zi&vavai SoKtiiv. Horn. Oil. a , 100. yfla tx^avov. MViPia, 
N. A. VIII. 7. inS'v^UKfiv tk ngata, ciza fiiVroi Mat d3io9v^ay,uv. Pint, 
de s. II. V. II. p. 563. KCCrsvsxS'dg yoQ l^ vipovg rivog tig rgazrilov — 
i^s&Bvf nal tQiiaCog IjSi/ Ttigl zag xaipf/g avzag ftvijPfyM*. Alciplir. 
III. CG. ot avfiitotai Sh, tog dSov, s^^^avov xiS yiXetzi. Abrestli, nd 
JEscli. Ag. 569. Here it evidently menns more tlian 'fainting,^ for tlio Cnn- 
taiiF really dio(I. Cf. 709. ■frvijunon' fl'ijp. 

670. ' Tims much benefit shall thou derive from my conveyance of yon.'' 
Toaov^i refers to wliat follows 572f. iav yag &c. 

nv9ii (re- Wifl'^) L. «o&5 B. K. M. T. jti^jl A. Aid. miTff); Cnl. 
Turn. 01. T: KHOJicijS- Scliol: tav 

iJTl. Jioj&fnav] 'Conveyance acre 

?KE(il^ ] 'Conducted consejei 
eiinj: iicrauji' ^^ifiipd ai 

e' add. B. T. T. A k I 1 

572 f iav yaq — ] For f yn 
coagulated Hood, from tfe part wler 
arrixc tinged im'/A t/ie black poison) of lie 
OriJ. Met. IX. I2fl. 'Q od (ferr n) s , 
foramen [ enitcidl, inislus Lemon tabe I 
enim morlemur inidli, \sec a ait el eal di 
raptae, veluC irrilrmien anoHs 

672. o:(iqjifl'pS7rro»'] Co g I ed for collected) aro n / bcl ol to nt 
Ttriyog' ^eiipai yuQ to nij^at. II. s'. 902. mg S' ot' omds ydla Ibvkov 
ijiiiyofiivog avvirrrj^ev, ] uygov iav, fidla S' wkk wi^iTQtifitxm v-vaoovzi. 
Oil, I'. 477. etfugsaai JziQiiQitpEzo xgveiaXlog. Hence ^gfjijia (574), 
^QOjipos, zgo<pai.lg, &c. Hartung wrongly corrects Bfigm.'&juuirov. 

Tiop i/ioiv oqiayioii} 'From my death-wonnd.' Genitive of place, de- 
penilent 011 IriyKij. Cf. Phil. 613. and on (Ed. R. 142. Unless the true 
reading lie al^' £k zibv kftav \ arpay&v. {El. 11. o&cv o« ^azQog k% <pov<ev 
— ijviyiia.) Cf. 717. tn 6s tovS' SSt ] e<pay&v SislS'av tog aZftaxog 
jiiXag &<•. Aj. 91 !t. qtvaavt' Sva ufiorr^fr orii' hje' ohsfag 

u'fl'ij. ygd(piTai, ia 

■v^tm. ■ 

. passage,' Lat, HransBPCtinnis. 

lo 01 Ji " 7f 

V 1^71 N 


Ila 1 Aid 

k l! JO r 1 nd 

fo J 


He Hack poso ous 

natter ( 


le lemaan Ijd a 

penel ted 


I ev Is n est sang 

as per Ir 

; e 

e em \ hxc pU h 

c Ness s negae 

lo vela ni a tinela c 

ore 1 /at n 

,y Google 

6(f>UYav h'iyxii xt^ch', ij iii^ayxoXov 
l^K^Bv lov 9Qt{inf< AEQvaiiiS vS^a^^ 
Israi. (pQBVos Ooi towto xijhjZt'jQiov ji.i 

otpayijg. VA. 5G8. ov nata tupayag. ^snli. Ag. I.'t89. txipveidv o^siap 
aifiaiog ciptey^v. Euin. 4-28. aTitatof ■x.a&uQcCov \ atpayaX Ka&ai^d^iaGi. 
Perlinps liowever ajfin is to tie uonneeted with xwv tfiaiv eqiiiyav, 'the 
hlood frotitmy death-ivouttd.' Soiiietiinea uqjajin! means '■throat', Lut.'jugiiliim', 
wlieuce eqidSsiv 'jiigiilai-e' (Aj. 399.) ^suli. Prom. 805. Sl&ri'&tov Iv a<pa 
yatai 0dipaaa ^iipog. Kiir. Or. 291. ftij xrje itxoiietjg ^g aipciyds omai 
1^905. Thnc, IV. 48. oteiors — h Tag equvycs Ka9-iivtis. Hut tliis 
raiiDot be the aense here, V. 567 f. 

573. fj iitlayxolovg | f^aipfv tovg #esf((iiv Ai^vataq vdQog riilg. 7, e. 
'lu/iere the coognlaled blood (i. q. cijiipC&QtnTOv «f(i«, 675.) of the I.ei-nwait 
hl/dra ibtged viilh hlack gall for poison) the nrrmns (with one of ivliicli 
Nesans waa wounded).' We may suppose an ellipse hefore ftEi.ay%6Xovq of 
(oOlE tlvttt. Dohree rendefs: 'ubi (circa earn partem ruKpidis, gua) sayillrii 
tinxit liytlra\ adding: "jEiiigma Sophocle digiium. 1. log, teliim an vene- 
mim? 2. f^K^tv, imliUavil,- an in^U? (iit PLoeu. 1594.) 3. •Spifiiia, hj/rfrn 
an hydro: soboles? 4. iQift/ia ail aifia nominatiTiis?" He coiijeot.urea ^f- 
i-dyxolos — log, 'ibi nenenuia, hydrae mboies, ti».ver/it vutiiiis,' The i)ii.ssage 
will be cleared of all difficulties hy reading ftilayxoXov — loo fur jiiXiiy 
X^lovg iovg, a eorreetion which I find had been already made by Wander 
(cf. Ills Emend, p. 35fJ. The eonstraction will now he: r/ &Qejtna neXay- 
XoJkOv lov AiQvaiag vSQUg, 'where the coagulated mailer of the Mark gall 
poison of the Leriiaeat hyd p tit (the body of Nesalis).' Cf. on next v. 
Wunder strangely r nd ? ' '^''e sagiilue (!) iieneiiiiac hgdrae f,er- 

naeae dememil' Cf. Ap 11 d n 5 2 «o d^ aS>na zfjg vSqus avaB%Caag 
(Hercnles) rfl xolii paipiv. Ovid. Met. IX. 129. 'sanguis 

per utrianque foramen \ m js Lernaei labe oenent.' For the double 

genitive lov vSgag (#5 fi(t ) f n 1191. 

Sl 'Where: Lat q pa <Ed. C. 183. Ant. 444. Sdw[: Ztiov. 

fificiy);oloJ's] E ad fi Xayx I See helow, 

674. fp«i(iti'] 'Sipped, pierced, peneiraled.' Wunder compares Mii:\t. 
Prom, 863. di&ijuTDi' iv etpayaiet ^d-^aact ^iipog. Eur, Plioeii. 1571. tpdc- 
yavav eleoi eaQHog ^^aipev. Here ^avritv is used apparently iu an in- 
transitive senae. 80 we say 'to dip' both in a transitive and an intransitive 
sense. Or it may mean, 'tinctured, infected it (the blood).' 

love vulg. I. c. ' nrrows.^ Cf. 567. Pli. 105. I6G. ^ But the true reading is 
iov. Cf. 717. in fli zovd' oSi \ iKfayav Siel&mv iog atiiarog (mfmious?) 
fiilag. 770. foiiiiog \ IjiSpSs iztSvrig ^og. See on prec. v. SVith fog 
compare the Latin virus. 

■frpffifia] ' Coagulated (collected) mailer,' Cf. on 572. ufupfd'QSmov aijia. 
702. &Qop,piaStig aq>Qol- Schol: &p^fiftH vSqag. neqigiqixciiKoig ij vS^tt. 
So 1099. 3*i*^s'Ezi3>''3S ^QSjipia. 1093, liovr', anXazov %^ip,na. Wrongly. 

575. :fQsvog — r^g ' H(iav,Xsiag\ Cf. on (Ed. R. 267. 
xijlijTjjgioj'] Eiir. Hee. 535. xoag tyrilijiij^iovg. 

576. wars jiiixiv' elciSoiv ] aiiQ^fi yvvaixa Kiivog] Qu. aart fi'i nv' 
vaiiQav (or aHo^QOve, or ^laafi) | aiffi^ai yvvaCiici -xfivov — . 



OTf'p^rt yvvatxa xstvoq ccvrl Gov irAfoi'. 
rcMJi:' ivvoi^CaG', at (piXai, doftois yd^ i;v 
xetvov Q'avovTog iynExlri^ivov xnlag. 

577. ctfelsi B. K. L. M. T. V. Br. Herm. DiiiJ. &e. aieQ^ai A. Harl. Aid. 
Jiintt. Turn. Apitz. ffrt'j^i) Slei>li. If CM'gJsi were the tviie reading, ov- 
iivu, not fujtiiia, I tliink, woiiW Ihj runnited. 

xeCvog} I, e. 'JiQaiil^e, implieil in r^s 'HpttMifCae. Cf. on S6I. 
avtl cov mX^ov] Cf. 122G. Ant. 182. xal fifi'Sov' ooitg ttiri i/^s Hwioii 
oioTpas I ^prtov vojii^ti. Arist. Eocl. 925. ovSilg yot^ tog ai nQOTtgov 

578, Sojiotsl ftvxois Weckl., coll. GSG. 

579, lyiLixXeiGp,svov A. B. T. vnlg. Herm. lyjUKififisvoi' L. M. and 
[aupr. ff) K. lyxtKli^iiivov Dind, Nek. &o. Cf, on Aj. 1274. 

580. iiQOe^aXove'] ^ffaiiing added,'' or ^kaeing applied.' Soliol: ToSto 
qnjaiv, (OS tar' SvTolijv Niaaov «al kIiIk t»»ic ao(iit,i^aea. Wliicli ex- 
planHtion is rightly approved of hy Wuiider (see his lutrod. III. g. 5.), 
Benedict and others. Schcefer: 'ailendens omnia quae vivas ille dixil,' coll. 
esaf. 84i. (And so Herm.) Wrongly. Naiick conjecturea sreoolapoSff'. This 
passage receives light from what is relateil by Diodot. Sic. IV. 3G, o Si 
Nteaog (ttza^v (itayofisvoi, kcI Sia t^v o^vtjjiu t^s jtliiyijs ev&ve 
aTco9v:qexav, iqujOE Ty .dijiavciQo: Stoativ rpUxfov, otiios fiijStiii^ rSiv 
alXiav ywatxaiv 'Hgaxijis ffsiijoi) alrjaiaaai, naQtvieltvea-ro ovv iafiov- 
aav xov 1% avxov neaoyia yovov, «ort TOVtra wpoe/itgaocv ^laiovKul 
to «3ro T^s avidog UTCoeiatov ataa, ^piiTiii tov xixwva lou 'HQavliovg. 
ApoUod. II. 7. C. Si {Nsaeog) iitllmv ztXevrav, neooitalsaaiKvos tintv, 
El 9ikoi (pilTQov n^of HgaxXeri itit'T, tov ^l yovov, ov aqj^x* ■xttta 
t^S y^ti, nc'' to ^v\v ht TOV TpKv^aics ali^a avft^t^at. tj Si itoiijaaaa 
loSto iq>vlatts Jtffp iaviy. With which compare the acconnt given by 
the writer of the Argument of this play. 

681. vtivoi] insCvos Havl. Perhaps therefore £b»' slw' Ixdvog, 
niitsigavTai A, E. K, L. Aid, Dind. WuiiJ. Schn. Nek. Jtensietttwi 
T. V. Van. ApitB. Herin. Weckl. 'Have been effected, executed: Scliol; 
vaxsigyaaTat, Tixelslioztti v-al Tivvaiai (KaujPuoiHi?), Gl. T: TtieXila 
xai. Schaefer, C. Matthiae (Ohs. ji, 18), Dindorf and others derive jrf- 
ntigaVTai from iteigai'vw, an epic fomi of ^egaivia, as in Horn. Od. n ', 37. 
Tuvztc jiir ooica { Tuivzcc jttniiQavtrti (sehol: zttilEritccij. The perfect pas- 
sive of jTfQaivio wonld he, not nt^eigavtai, but aentQavtai, at least in 
Attic Greek. So Plat. Ale. 1. 132. roaovtov — jcsnlgavxai. lam therefore dis- 
posed to think the trne reading may be ^avta Ttfnigttvzai Ktelraf. {So 68G. 
fi£fH)j;t(Fi)rot zovgyov. Cf. Aj. 22. jcQayoq aiyxajtov \ Sxei nSQavag.) Or 
rather xul jitnBiQac&m rdSe, 'and «o let this experiment be made', cf. Arist. 
Vesp. 1129. alX' onv nsJteiQiieQio y'. For the perfect form wsusi'eauai 
cf. also Fr. 5ifi. fi y>ig (iri xfiteigaaai ^ivrig. Eur. Beller. Fr. 20, ovrag 
Sjnivov (tij ntmiftto^ai v,al5>v. Cress. Fr. 8. tnCata^m Si nal itiTcti- 
gaiicii Xlav, \ mg &e. Herod. IV. 159. jrcirEipijfici'oi. ('liaving iried^). VH. 
125. tTitTiii\>tiiTO. Pmd. Fr. 76. ^fntiQUSi^vav Se tig {^r. noUitov) tc.q^H 



&c, Arisfareli. Tvag, ap. StuI). Flur. 03, 8. iQtatos oaiif jii) ntiisi^situi 
^goxmv Sic. Tlieophr. H. Pt, VI. 7. oi jiETrsigKC^oi qjucxoiTEs. Liiciaii. 
Herra. 34. itfiiitQaa^cci ~ Qi'^pos. Libau. KjjiBt. ad Baiil. xahoi oi' 
toiovzrav nfmiga/it^cc SiSaOKaliiiv, Wiimler; 'i/lg'ie lieec ijiiidem iim- 
fecta fninl,' Who oly'eeta to mEiiEipatai, first lieeiiiise the passive sense <•( 
the perfect Ttixtigazm la unusual [but nf^eigao&co h passive in Ari«1. 
Vcsp. 1129, and we find sfgycorci nsed equnllj- in an active and n pas- 
sive sense, and fiefH));a>7jitti 530.]; secondly heeanse Soph., if be iiad 
Used the verb et all, would have written ratljer ^sniigaftcu, 'expertm 
sum. e-xperientia novL' But even jitTteiQajtai lie considers would be un- 
suitable liere. It is probable that Deianira is accompanied by an alleiid- 
ant Jiearing the box containing the present for lier linsband. Cf. 622I'. 

5S2 — 84. Weeklein wonid transpose these lines thus, 5S4. 582. HHS. 

582. To'H(i«s3 'Daring atlempU, mae/iinaliam.' Cf. on Aj, 4G. noiaim 
To'lfiKij xateSs «al rpqivatv Sgdan; Eur. Hipp. 414. jiitrsi SI xffi xiig 
eio^qovaq liiv iv Xoyoii, \ iBttpu Sf toXp,aq ov Kales (■- e. KaM«s, as 
liere) KtKTJj/it'rfts. Perhaps we should read tixvae- 

(iijt' IjcujtB^fu;*'] 'May I neilhir kitoiv (xo as lo practise).'' Wunder 
renders: 'negue ipsa eccereeam', referring to bis note on Ant. 301. xal nav- 
TOe Igyov Svaisi^titiv tlSivtii. Deianira thinks it necessnty to apologise 
for resorting to such a venturesome device, her only excuse being that she 
liopes therehj to regain the lost affection of her husband, Cf. Ant, CSC. 
ovr' av Swaiiitjn fHjr* iroiffTw'fuji' Isyitv. For ^^ts — te cf 143. fijfr ' 
Jjtficfa-ois xaS'ovaa, vvv t (yaig. S') aittigos ei. Ph. 13C3. 

ipiXi^oisi ^- ^- i'^'ilomine amarla (Ovid. Mot. 9, 133). Kur. Ilipii. Tidli, 
itST.iv y-ax oftlOJie <fiXiga ftot ^tAKTljetn | fpMros- 

584—7. Suspected by Dind. 

584. mv BoiiJ kiv wov Euat. p. 799, 3. Cf. CEd. C. 1770. &l,^ag S' 
i]liocg ntfiiliov, idv vrag SiaKmlvaafiSv lovza ipovov. 

viitg^ald/ifS'Cc] ' Surpass, oiierrome.' In this sense the middle is 
generally used. So Eur. Or. G83. fnfis f^* "'"'' "" ""H vjiiQ^aXoi(ieS'if. 
Arist. E(i. 407. oi5rot fi' vicfg^alttaS- avaiSsCa - . 411. 755. Nub. 1031. 
But vTcegpalltiv iiox^ijgia, withont any object attached, 'io be surpass- 
ingly bad,' Arist. PI. 109. 

585. This line is bracketed as spurious by Wund. (v. Emend, p. 194f.) 
Hart. Bgk. Nek. &c. Certainly the words toie iif' 'HgnTtXii: seem unworthy 
of Sopliocles. Yet cf. ApoUod. II. 7. 6. sC &iloi qiiXtQov ngoe 'H^ajilfa 
?j;£ii'. Qu. rpQBvog H^aKltavg (cf. 575.). Or -iii 'HQUKliovg qiQcvos. 

fl'tixipoidi] I. q. fff^y)?ipo(ff. Enr. Or. 211. (o rpCXov vitvov OtJyjj- 
TQov. Atben. 220 P. no&c/iv QeXyi^zQa. Compare eziQyrj9Qov, ifCXxgov. 

zDtg A. B. K, L. Harl. Turn. lijaS' Ven. rofoS' T. Steph. 

5S6. iispujxdvijTcii is here used in a passive sense, as ia sonictinies tlio 
case ivitli H'eytazBi. Cf. on 681. 




akk' , bC tig ictl at'Srig iv zoig dQcofiivoig ^ 

ouTtag ^%a 'yo) aieveag' id fisv Soxetv 690 

687. i^uTciiov] ' Wrong, rush, wicked'. 

(I Si fii;] ' Otherviise' . Supply fi^ SoKbi, which makes it equivalent 
to tl &i SoviW. Wunder similarly snppoges d Si ftq to be thus put 
liecause the implied senee of the preceding words is, 'si rede vobis facere 
videor': and so in siniilai passages. Et 8i ^rj often follows after a ne- 
gntivc. So Tliui.'. 1. 28. itoXs^ov S% ao* ftiav tioisCv si Sh foj, «al 
(iOToi avayiiaaS'^iftaS'txi ^rpaaav, I. 131. II. 5. Arist. Pac. S. Matth. Ev. IX. 
17. ovBi ^aHovoiv otvov viov dg uavoag nuXaiovg' d 3i jiij ys, ^if- 
yvvvtai 01 aOKol Ac. Heinii. nd Plat. Paim. 14. p. 208. Hipp. M. 18. 
p. 145. Matth. Gr. g. 617 b. 

^ticuveonai B. K. L. M. T. V. Schol. Junt. II. Turn. ;i{jc«r.Itrai, 
A. Harl. Aid. Br, Sehol: ii Si (iij l^itvyxavu), jtavaojiai xijs sjrmtt- 
Qijaetcf. Translate wanHuoofiHi, 'I shall at once stop, I shall have done'. 
Cf. Ant, 91. oinovv, oxuv ^ fiii a^ivot, xmavisoiiai. Pliil. 1280. si Ss 
fit). Ti TtQog KdiQitv Xiytav \ Kv^iia, ninavj^ui. Qu. ei Si fuj ys, navaoiiai. 

588. fl Its A. K. T. ^ Tis B. ^xig L. 
niatts] 'Confidence, asaurance'. 

iv Toig dpofisfois] 'In what is being done, in what you are doing', 

589. «ae' Vf'^"} 'With vs, in our opinion, according to our view'. 
Cf. (Ed. C. 1214. Aj. 611. Enr. Her. 370. wi Tttfza Kalag av sftj | Ttagd 
y' EC ipgovovciv; 881. jtag' '^fttv yop or aotpov loSi. Med. 760. yev- 
faroe oivrig, ] Aiyav, Ttae' Iftoi StSotctiiiat. El. 1010. mg fikv tiuq -^(iCv 
ov nalms- Ipb. A. 600. jrap' ■^(ittv. Alcmseon. Fr. 5. ^oXXriv jrKp' -qfifv 
fnoQiBv otpXiimavsi. Fr. Inc. 120. ooipos wag' fjfit*. Herod. III. 160. ituQa 
i^a^tta -nqitii. I. 32. Trap* i^oi. VII. 16. fooi' ^v,s£vo — Jtag' ^(lol me- 
Kljixat ip^ovitiv TS fv &e. Hyperides 7, 13. Avv.ovQyov mcgor Tovzotg 
[isxgiov Kcih iaicm^ Soitovvta elvai. Act, Aposi. XXVI, 20. zi ajimrov 
«ei'l'ET«^ vag' v^tv, ti 6 9t6g vixgovs lyciget; I. Ep. 8. Pet, U. 4. Tcaga 
Ss &sA IkIcxtov, Ijikuoji, 

590. ovxag Ix^i y ^ alatig the mss. vulg, owibs ^%ii. S' -^ Hart. 
Seho!: wiotetio [iif cijj&eg clvai, ov liijv mTetlgai^tii, The particle 
ye is ill-placed and the passage is evidently corrupt, Qu. ourcag fjoi 
T^* Ttiexiv. (So iclariv fxsiv tivl (Ed. C. 950, wiativ qiigtiv rivl El, 
735. (Ed. E. 1445.) Or ovtag ^jti iiai (or 'aij) nlexig. Or rather ouhmj 
^Tjo yd) nt'oTSMs' TO flit SotHv "- •■ r- — 

-. Cf. Eur. Med, 721. 
V. Add. 
\} indeed'. 

J #" fjei fioc ooS ftJi" iX&ovO'iiq %^ovc 

TO fiii' JoKetr] ' Belief (expectation of 

591. ^vtOTt] Sc. Iv TOfff ^poifiei'Oig, 

jiEipci tf' — ] 'But 1 have never yet made (entered on, liod to do with) 

iai: Thiic. I. 122. IB jrolf'uoi agacOfiUiiilag. VI. 70. Plat. Phiedr, 

ILAIDES. Sophocles' Trachinittc, 





«/lA' avTiK etGOjisa&a, tovda yerp ^Xina 
QvQutov riS^' Sicc rccxovs S' iltvairai. 
fiovtyD jtttQ' vftav ev atByd^td''' <ag Gxora 
xfiv als^Qa jEpKVffjjs, ovnor' alaxvvrt itBCBi. 

p. 250 E. v^Qii neoGOiiiXSiv. (And no ofton in Pluto.) Nub. 1399. o5s i]Si 
MBtroiS nQuyfiantv xal Ss^ioiq ofitXfiv. Similni'lj' Arist. Eq. 1289. Ivvv- 
jji'otai rpQovxim avyysY^vimai (where see Kiot.). -Escli. Pers. 176. 

TiQoamjidrica] Qu. TCQoamiiHtjita. Scliol: itsmCQa^ai. 

■ma A. K. L. Harl. jiou B. T. icta and noti ni* confoonded Arist. Av. 
196. Ran. 565. &e. 

592. tlSivai %^7i dewoKi'] ' Fou must oscerlain by acting'. Supply 
at. Alcman. Fr. 46. ntiQa toi ftc&jjotos aqx'^- — s^ C^ for outf filTiir]. 

593. Kv yvaiiici} yQ, cyvm^ii L. in niarg. to yviifta nHH. a ni. rei;. 
yvaiitcc\ 'A proof, I. q. yvtaQiaiia. The word occurs also in .i^sclt, 

Ag. 1-552. Eiir. Her. 408. Herod. VIL 52, rtiov fjo/isv yvSijia iityiarov, 
Ari3t, H. A, 6, 23, 4. Aretffi. p. 87. e.1. Oxon. V, Blomf. Gl. Agam. 1325. 
ft^ nttoaiitivri] 'If yon da not make Irial'. I. q. el (l^ TcsiQma. So 
Phil. 106. avK etQ ixsivp ot ovSi nQoOfii^^ai. 9Qcitivi \ 'Oil. ov, fiij dot-m 
ta^ovta y' , cos iyco Xsyro. Enr. Her. 283. iiatJiv yop jj^ij* taSi y av 
xmr^jie^a \ iiolliiv Iv'Agyn, fiij ni ttittagovpfvoi. 

594. ffeoftieflo] 'We shall learn, or osrertaiit'. Scliol: yvmcofii^a, 
ipijffl, zijV Svvautv Tov ottuac/iaios . pifeo y«e xov Ali[av tiX't/bIov 
noQuvaofttvov , og anoKOftt'oEi xov TiinXov red H^axXtl, v,al ^ctai '^jii'v 
6ta Toitov iteitta. Cf._ Ant. 229. 631. 1253. CFA. E. 84. 

595. Sia tdxovs S' lAtuesTai] 'And he will quickly f/epart.' lEd. 
C. 1206. 

Stci rdxovs} 1- y.- Tazims, as St o^yi/g 'angrili/', &c. 

596. fidvop — 0TJV'"'C*^'] Cf, 1109. Phil. 528. novov &fol BoiSoifv. 
Arist. Av. 1315. tvxcc iiovbv ngoatirj, 

vjimr A. K. L. T. (siipr. tv) vfiiv B. Ferliaps rightly. 

otEyo^fie©'] Schol: Meujrro^fit&ffi ■ 0^01', niioji^ yfwoiio. I tiiink 
we would read oziyoifiiS-' , this being an injunction rather a wish 
or ,1 praj'er. So El. 469. Tteii/otfiEvjj Si TSmSr zSiv igymv ifiol \ aiy^ Tiao" 
v^ibv, jr(ios 9imv, ^azm (not ifij), cpCXai. Tlie optative is appropriatti 
in Trach. 1109. jipocfiolot ffo'voi'. Cf. on .S31. 1226. <Ed. R. 904. 

OBorffl] '/n (fte rfnrft'. Schol: Aafrga. 

597. orjroi' a^cjiil'l; Jieeti] 'Fou will never fall into disgrace'. Sr, 
Wonder explains, referring to Matth. g. 401, 3. Cf. ,^sch. Enm. 63. vnv(a 
ntaoveai. (Bnt Phil. B26. tag av fig vnvov Ttia^.) Cho. 47. tisoovtos 
afyaxos niSai. Soph. El. 747. roS Si jtin-covzog TciSiji. Tr, 915. Sf^i- 
vioig — ^dXlovaav /pdgij. Eur. Oi-cat. 88. Sffivt'otg jti^jtroij;' oSf. VI. 



li xp^ Ttomlv; ay'ifiaivi, rixvov Oivsag, 
tag ia^lv ^Sr} rm jiax^a XC"'"? pQad'Btq. 


alV avta d)J <fot tavza xkI TtfiadGa, Ai%u^ 
fcjg <ji) %alq iea&BV ^yopio ^Bviug , 

426. jju'k' (ID ji 
h yviofiijv.) So 

(Cf. El. 216. oht 
Or o^K ^s alaxv 
C.^ 743. fg TOdoS 
fiij KUKind'elg tt 
(wliioli would lie 

599. ■: 


here), by r 

TQi^ai. Cf.542.aE C ^ { fi X ea 

'itelay', as in a wr g oc X 

ovx lazai tn, i. e. that there shall no longer be delay . And so the wurd 

iieciivs in Dt'inostheues. 

GOO. all' —] 'Well, this is the very thing 1 am dulny for you'. Cf. 
on Aiist. Lys. 46. ravt avja faQ tot vaa& a atoeiiv 7fQoaSo%ai. For 
Korl TCQaeata 1 think we should restore KUTcgaGCOv (whioh would bo written 
first xai weaofftw, anil then xorl ^^aaau>), bcoaase of the iiiiperfeft ^yopto 
ill next T. Cf. on Arist. Eq. 1242. 

COl. Susiiected by Nauck. Weokl, 

taig ftiaifl'ii'] So 315. reiv cxtC^Bv. Ant. 1070. taiv Kexto&sv — 
»t&v. EI. 1323. xav iv9o»sv. 

tjfOQOi] 'Thou tvasi speaking'. Gl: laiiiltie. I. q. ■^yoQivt^, Sttlfyov, 
The imperfect of ayopKo/tct. ITiis verb occnrs nowhere else, I beUeve, in 
Tra^dy. The true reading may perhaps be ayaQfosig. Cf. on 531. 326. 

602f, Diodonis (IV, 38.) and ApollodoriiB (n. 7, 7.) relate rather 
differently, that Hercules , when about to make an offering to the Ceniean 
Zeus, sent Lichas expressly to Trachia for ttie garment lie was accustomed 
to nse in s-icrilice Diol Sic. IV. 38. ^jratifra Ss »voCav InizsXiiv ani- 
atiilt Anav tov imj)(ifriji' df T^axtva nghq z-qv yvvat-na iJr^'idviigav 
-Tootio b\ TUfoazttayfiivov ijV altr,<iai %itmva kuI t^aziov, ols £t<o^u 
X^yia&ai npog Tag ^iniiag. Ovid Met IX. 163. 'omtiibui itti \ prmlidit hn- 
bt lam Nesaeo sanguine vestem | mitiere, qua; vires defecto reddat aiaon'. 

602 oirias ipig^g fioi —'} Tiiis depends, it seems, on 600. Perliaps 
oTitos giEQOig — liut the tonneetioii is not very clear. Perhaps there- 
f>re I new sentence should begiii here, after this manner; ojitog itQoaoi'- 
oeig CTioie s i Gi4.) roiJroi' siiuipij jriVAoi' ^— . 


132 £0i>0KAE0rS 

iJto'pjjfi' ixeiva trvSqI t% tfii^^ X^Qog. 
SiSoitg <fi TovSs <pQK^' ofto? fiijdsts /Sporrai' 

fiijS' oijtsrai viv fi^rf ^i/yj-og -^Uov 

qifQSi A. B. K, L. M. T. Heatli. Br, &c. qiigoii Liv. a. qitpfis Aid. 
Turn, qjf'es Hwl. 

rorSf y ivv^rj {stipr. « over tv ab ant, ui. in L.) tlie mas. vulg. tovSs 
vfovipii Reiske. tovSt y ivatpri Wabef. lovSe zavaHqtij Wund. (v. Comment. 
He Sehol. anct. p. 26 f.) Harm. Dind. Hart. Nek. (Compare ravvatnXoi in 
Homer.) Schol: laxvavQy^, Ifntovq)^. ~ yq. Si avfiii, avtl (afrl 
xov or ^rot?) Itwroifqc^. Eustathins (p. 600, 1.) cites hence tuagi^ «£- 
wXov (i. e. a robe soft to the touch), WakefieW cites Phavorln. v. %itiov : 
Xiiav, olov xvroi its, ^ta to lentov net ovtmg ivaipi^s' Sio »a), (ik- 
Xaxog Xsyezai jrpos avttSiaaToXijv toil ipagovs. — j;!!^*, oux e| avdy- 
Krig fiovov 6 t^s uaQnog Bfiicios i%6fiivos, alia xecl cucliot ^vSviiw 
Ttlijv tiaq)ie ual a^alov. Cf. II. to . 680. {vfKTjTOv tf jirmva. a'. &dG. 
jjirmras , itaz' ivvvijTovs, Od. ij . 97. ninloi \ Xiatol ivvvjjxoi. II. to'. 79C. 
itog^VQEois ttinXoiet xaXv'^avtig iiaXaxotaiv. The most probable corrections 
appear to me tovSe tuvavipri, tovSt viov^ii, tovtov tvvip^, loviov svarprf. 
I @ q)l] H Od 9 408 o e 9 P -^^ it was 

b n ti P T 25.), aomo 

bdpdp S 9i;Cn63H iiius has i<. 

g a fn P h p guj m b h gh aading, as 

iKTjijiTn BiiqxjK' g g low', i, <i. 

n iijen H n acadairir T epithet 1(- 

n ipi] L Am 4 ;t g; tiq rp ^^S, i^l^e 

on 3 (iij y (0 S-or 

jc« Vh 678 dirjiis called 

% w 91 UdirjimfiS JIjt ways nsed 

P V X n C 

603. dtopijft Ijieti'^i T vdpi] dmjjjfi iMwCi ^ol fitDgijfia Koritov, cf. 
613, or Staqrjiia eejivov) — conj, Herw., who thinks that Deianira would 
hardly say iyish^ tavSgl of her hasband. Cf. on 445. 

drngriii' ittsivo)^ CI.66&. tSiv amv'Hifa»Xtt' Sagjuiattav. AndonAj.1303. 

zris l/iiis it^posi 'T/ie work of my hand'. This depends not upon 
StoQfjfia, bnt upon Tttwlov. Wakefield cites Seneca Here, (Et. 570. 'Fidele 
semper regibus nomen, lAcfm, | cape kos amiclmi, nostra quo) netiit vuinus'. 

604. md^] 'Direct, explatn\ Gl. T: onditei. Wrongly. 

605. Qjigiifl'ijffsiai ieot] Cf. Eur. Med. 787. v-rfv-icig lapouutf xdcfiov 
K)irpiif]j XQot, 1 KorMiBfi oXiitai,. 976. lat&a d"" ajigi! KOfip -S'lfirst zov 
"AiSa Yiaa(Lov, 1157. Tro. 12J8. iigoa&ia^ixi x^aX — Ksniaiji dyoLXnat . 
Xqol also occurs Med. 1175. El. 157. The more usual form is igaiTl, Ant. 246. &c. 

a^fptSvatxat A. B. K. h. afupidvaijiai T. Read u[i(pid"^iscTat. 
XQot] The contracted form xgm occurs Aj. 786. 

606. viv] 'It', the robe. She gives this direction for fear the poison, 
being prematurely melted by the heat, should lead to a discovery of the 
deed, and so frustrate her intentions. Cf. 764 f. 



fi.jj'S-' iQXog ISQOV (itjV irpiezwv iitkug, 

%qIv xeIvos fivtov <pKV£q6v Efifpaviig Gia&ils 

Sei^fj &£0{6iv '^ji^Qa ravQoGtpdyc}. 

ovrat yap tjvyfi'ijv , el jeot' kueov ig Sojiovs flio 

ISoifU ata&ivT ■Yi xkvoi^i, itavdixag 

SzsXftv xt^^^vt tmde xkJ ipavstv S^eoSs 

^vtriQK XGtv^ xaivov iv JEircAcj'jiKTt. 

607. fpKOS IcQBv] 'Sacred shrine (enclosure)'. Sehol; o pmiiOg, >i to 
rspdv. Phil. 1327, Aj. lOS. sg-xeiov eieyns- Ant. 487. Z(ji;os Igxeiov. 

liQov} I gov Dind. 

^qpt'oKoi' aiiagl 'Flame from ike hearth'. Schol: to itai' oliiov wup. 
Kw, Hel, 878. (tpiariov (floya. 

608. (paveghg ifupavaig M. Ven. Aid. Herm. Sclin. Nek, tpaveQov 
iji,<pav7]i A. T, (gupr. ifupavtog). Cant. Dini Bgk. fpavfQos [qiaviQais 
pr.) iitipavras L, q)avEQaie (I tliiuk) EfigiKi'ijc K. i/i^aviis ipavEgbs 
(not -cis) B, ^avi^Qov Ifiyot^fi Wafc. qjavfpoff sjiq^av^ Br, Wund. 
Hart. Schol; icqIv aiiog Ivdvaiifiivos ial rrjs oltiiag (pavfQog Kal va' 
oiliiai xavtav ^gosX^iov. Who probably read something' different from 
what we now liave, perhaps as follows: itglv vttvos ivSvg (bc. avibv) 
ipavegos ijirpavris (ot -Stg) ara^tlg — . Or n^lv xsivog ivSvg avTov 1(1- 
rpavrig ora&sis — . Cf. 759. 6v (ninXov) Kftpos hdvg — . 674. tov ivSvrrjga 
■aixlov. For qiave^hv I once thought of rpavov. The aeeua. rfavtgov is 
supported by 613. favtiv (= Sei^uv ipavsgov) Seoig. But cf. Arist. Ach. 728. 
iva e-ejjaa q>avtQO!V {zriv artllrjv) iv tayoga. Wunder thinlis the two epi- 
thets qicivegos ia^avii are placed in apposition, just as kkipw v,aivov in 613. 

,J,H ./.J. T, , , , 

axaS'fit] Cf. 1192. olS , cjs ^rrije yt Ttolla Sij cia^iig avm. 

G09.Se{i7i9ioi:mv] Cl.ei2. iparetv 9soig. Zi.i2i. -^UiaeilKvvaizovvcie. 

Seiiji A.' K. L. T. &e. SiCisi. B. ^ ^ 

^soieiv] Qii. fl'ioi's '"'■"J if we read hSvg for aviov. 

'^ftigV Tavoaeqiay^'] 'On a day of sacrifiee of oxen', .^sch. Cho. 255. 
pDufl'uTotK if tifMOi. S. Jamea Epist. V. 5. s&ijiipcixe zag naQBi'ag vfiaiv 
lag tv -^iilg^ aqiay^s- Eur. Ale. 1156. ^ov&v-cotei Tt^oatQoiralg. 

■cavQoaqniyiB] JEsch. Sept. 43. tavgonipayovvtis. 276. i:avQO»To~ 
vovvtag. So ^otm^aysiv Eur. El. G37. 

610. ovTot] ovTwg B. 

jjuy/Hjr] The perfect passive occurs Plat, rhiedi'. p. 279 C. Sjiol ^iv 
yag fiBzgitag jjvktci. The atigment of verbs beginning with Jv is often 
preserved in msa. Cf. Ant. 1336. Eur. Hee. 640. Blmal. ad Heraol. 305. 
ad Med. 191. Prsef. ad (Ed. E. p. IS. Loh. ad Phry». p. 140 f. Whatever 
doubt there might be as to whether suyjiKi or ijuy/iat be the more correct, 
there can be none as to jjSyfHiv, (jijprj'fijji' &c. Thus iogaKa ttagaxctv, 

611. jtavSiKtag] Sehol: avBvSoiaotmg. Whence Wnnder thinks he 
construed jtoi»itft«iBS with om&svub, and stops accordingly. In like manner 
Herra. Dind. Hart. Bgfc. I prefer, with Apitz. Schneid. Nauek., to connect 
it with what follows. Cf. 1247. (Ed. C. 1306. 

612. atsXsiv] 'Thai I would deck him'. Schol: ivSvestv, ^egi^aleCv. 

613. *aira Tiaivov} Cf. Ant. 1266. vhg vim i,vv p,6gm. Aj. 267. 
Koiros iv v.oivotai. Phil. 135. kv ^ha ^ivov. El. 1142. o/iiMpos — Iv 



<S<PQayidog egxti, r^d' sjzov (iK&ijstTcci. 015 

fffUHpH Kvtii. (Ed. C. 181. IftVos inl ieivTis. (Eci, K. 230. iTJ. Aril. 
977, Eur. Suppl. 593. oipimjlKTijooi Klsttoe ii^ wlitva Soqi. Herod. II. 
173. iv fl'eoi'oi .aefiv^ aeitviv Qtmiovta. Arist. Ach. 253. jiaJ,^ hkJibs. 
Suhol: HKtroV . BBiyojtpf^r^. Brunck observes that it was usiml at sacri- 
fices to appenr in new or clean garments. Pollni I. 35. vao veovgybi 
aroly, VJtb veojiXvviC ia&iJTi nQoadvai ^sotg. Musgrave quotes Appiiin. 
Bell. civ. p. 181. tfQttv xal InlxQveov itt&^iB (os sv 9vei^ TieQiiisiiievos. 
Add Luke Ev. XV. 33. i^cvfytiats r^v aroX-^v t^v ^Qwrriv, «tti ivSvea-rf 
K-orop, ««l Sots Baxtvliov tig rjjv ttiQce avxov, xkI vnoS-^aaxa fig 
Tore ^oSas' Mct heyKavtsg zbv (loaxov tiiv aixevxov 9v<sazt &c. 
Meineke eiplains aaivov 'novum in modma ornatwa'. 

3rtJile>(t«r(] Arist. Acli. 373. SvCitivii — ntnlaaata. On this form 
V. lilomf. Gl. Sept. 887. — Ifi for h L. 

614. Kol tmvS' anoCene\ Qu. jiai zmvSi y' {taivS' bji', or louio 
/) oiirsis. Or KKt tmvSi Sii^fis (or Sdnne). Or ual louio — , For 
the future thus used cf, Cio. Fam. V. 12. '7^ interea non eessalns, el ea, 
quae hahes instilula, pcrpolies -nosque diliges'. 

o Mffvos fviid^is — ] Cf. El. 1323. q yap av ««>os; 'Oq. riJi'tSe 
nQoa^it^tiBa fiov \ iKpjayi'^o jiaTQos I'uftad'' tl aaqiij Xiya>. 

(viiad-isl IV iiaQ'av'naH.oiipa^eisBurg.tlck. sv^cmiDini.(Whosupp\3- 
sesthe-fiafl'fscftnief/oin^a&jjo- in615.) Translate, 'eo«7T/unrfera(oo(f.Cf.Aj. 15. 

GlJj. eq>eaYiSos ipxti] 'Enclosure of a signet,' Sehol; Ttt^upQaartxiig 
15 eipQayiSt. Erfurilt compares Ear. Hipp. 864. ^ieq' i^slt^ag nsgi^oXits 
orpQayiBfiaTtov | CSio, zi li^at Silzog ijSe (loi &eXti. Which is not how- 
ever quite apposit*. 

in' [not fti") ofifiK ^rjCtzai the mss. ^:i' ofi^n fl-jjatrat Ajiili:. 
Herm. Schn. Ijco* (la&ijofitti Billerbeck. Wund. Diud. Dobr. Bruiitk 
reads; eifQaytSt %l^tvog zyd in oftuor yvteeszai (!). Nauck: Kti- 
vog, o/i(in thfls | cq[>pKy(5os ?eȣi rratf fji' sv (iftfl-jj'ffsini. Schol; fij- 
ywoOToi' atinfiov Ko^ioHg, oniQ ixtCvog imyvaattai (tv yvtaeizai coiij. 
Naiiuk), ijiiS'ets «o oiifia r^ aq)eaylSi, yvovg ore jrne' Efiou if»j {Jotii'?) ij 
aipgayig. Cf. EI. 1222 f. Wakefield had observed of tliis passage : "//«■<• Mniii- 
fe»tissi«iaedepra«ationiiiaeritopostuianhir:imtlli3emmmacMnisita voces lorsei is 
algue disposaeiis, ul legilimam, ef^ciiiiC eonslruciionem." Billerbeck's admirable 
and most certain conjectnro, which it seems there are still editors unwilling 
to adopt, is confirmed by the various readings of many other passages. Cf, 
e, g, (Ed. K. 585. ^vv ipo^oiai (^^v[iip6§ot<st P.), Ant. 172. evv «iao^«ii 
(aiiii [iiaeiiazi L, pr.), 674. evv iiaxii (cipji(i«'i;jj( L,). 1266. ^iv fiogrp (^nfi- 
(lopp L. M. Aid.). Aj. 836, tav Pqozois {zaii^gozoig Aug. b. Liv. h.). El. 
61. avvKcgSu {ovyKseSfi L.). 1336. avv xfQ9 (nvyiaQai L.). M&vh. 
Suppl. 135. ovv nvoats (av(iJivotai:s L.). Arist. Eq, 1334. rov 'v MaQa&oivi 
(xoviijiai/ciS'tovi R.) iQonaiov. All which eiroi's of the copyists had their 
origin in the prouunfflatiou of the modem Greek. Cf. Xen. Hell. 5, 1, 31). 
IjuSei^ag o TiQi^n^og ra paailias aijiiEfa avtyiyvmaiis za yiy^mtevct. 

iitov] Cf. Arist. Vesp. 585. r^ "oj'XS ^V "'*'''' ffSff^S zoig ernicioietv 
ijioveii. Perhaps ivov. Cf, Arist. Eq. 953. tfiq' tSm, zicoi aTi(i,i£ov ^v; | 
^H, Sruiov §oe(ov ^'gi^ov iiamzijitivov. ] 'AA. ov zovz' Svtezip {ixfoziv?). 
^H. ov zo d'Qtoi'; aXka zi\ \ AA. Xixqog '»t%Tivtag sjil irf'rpns ^ijfi'jyo^wf . 


nil' i^ns, kkI (pvluGOE TCQUitn (lav vn'ftoi', 

xayiov %vveX%'ov6' il, aalris dtitZ^ tpav^. 

fill' , e'iXEQ 'Eqjiov ztjvSs noiiaevm ti^vriv 
^s^aiov ov ti jiij atpccla ^ya Soi jrors , 

4 ^ V 

n p. W p . f /■ oa.; «■ ia 

'/unwj exerceOy tam persuasuJa habere potesme not peccaiuram esse, ,f-c,' It 

iH evident tliat pipaiov and ogxtlto are placed in opposition to each other. 

'Eqiiov] Schol: Kijeiil j-wp ©eo's- In ^sch. Ag. 526 the herald nd- 
dresses Mercury bh q>Hov x^Qvxa, Krievxtov ai^ag. 

TijVSe Ttoiitisvia tixvijv^ '/ cmTj on (Ats fiasiracss «/■ contieyiKi; mes. 
stif/es,' In Latin 'prfflconftiJn emerceo.' Cf. on Aj. 55. 

621. ov 11 A. Aid. ov rot B. K. L. M. T. V. Ven. Cf. Elmel. ad 
CEd. C. 450. all' ov ti fiii TV%(oet toiJ*E avjiu,tizov. 177. 

ov Tt firi GifialL^ y' iv 001' acts vulg. ou n ft^ aijialovfiai 'v aoi 
TiOTS Hart. Wander justly considers / iv eol faulty- 1 would read ovzi 
fiil aqialo) 'yra eoi noxs {cf. on Arist. Nub. 901.). Or — y' Ikiov nozs 
(or "yioy' oumoie). Or ov xi P'h a<p"^VS ^* f^"^ noTt. (Cf, Aj. 1136. iv 
lOt's Stiiaorwt's, OUK Ifiol, taS' iarpalt].) Of. Fr. 513. ^c'pfffc Jl^yani 

622. ro fi^ oil A, L. pr. to jt^ B. J. T. V. Ven. to fi^v L. con. 
10 un' I'lro'S' Junt. II. To itij ov or ii^ ov? witli an infinitive ia used 




tK y iv 66(iot<iiv as 'i%ovta tvyx^vu. 825 

inCaztt^aC te xal tpQceGca assaS^ivK. 

aXV oIq&k ^'iv di} xal ra rijg IfOTjg oqSv 
npoaStyftar', av-^v tog idi^Kftrjv ipiXag. 

only when a negative, expressed or implied, has preceded. In sucli pas- 
sages tlie ov is often omitted tlirougli the ignorance of the copyists, as 
remarked by Herm. de Eilips. &c. p. 221. Cf. on 90. Aj. 540. Ant. 07. 
Translate to jhj ov ■ — , 'but thai' &c., 'so as n<il' &c, 

t63 ayyos] ' This box.'' 

Set^ai] Xcn, An. I. 6. 3. ijiteToXriv KvQia Ssivvvaiv. Qu. Sohvai. 

623. loymv re itia-civ — ] 'And to de/ioer faithfully the words (HI. to 
apply good-faith as regards the words) wMeh Ihou speakesl,^ Branck: 'nerba- 
gue adjungam fldeliter, guie diailsti mtki.' Wunder suspects the whole line. 

IxiiS the mas. vulg. Dind. liyBig Wund, Hart, Weckl. &ileie (from 
schol.) Wak. Schn, Bgk. Kauek. Schol: iiti^ss ^v ^iXets oipgayiSK. 
i'vtfiiai Si jioi Mat Jrig! jisayjtaTiov aXl^v /ivaziKav ['confidential'), utt't 
loyovi avanoCvausai /loi, yal qsvla^m. Who seems to have read, not 
tipaQfioaai , but Itpap/ioaai. Qii. idytov teviBtiv, ijv Xiysig {GH}, itpitg- 
(locai. Or — rav Uytig iqntgit-ooai. Or — wv ^'le^as uQiioaat. Or — 
101' (or ovg) sj^Jtg i^a(fji6acii {'which thou hast to add thereto, or enjoin.'). 
Or aiv iqiicef'Oeaa' Sx^'S- The last two readings would require us to sup- 
pose a zeugma. 

loywv] liyav Weekl. "ut Lichas et niaiaum (tpsQav) et lingum (liytav) 
operant pr/sslel," 

624, etiixois av ^dij] 'Vou may go now, go now.' Phil. 674. Ant. 444, 
El. 637. vlvoig av ^Si]. 1491. xmeoVs av item. Less imperative than 6Tet%t. 

ateizoii y' av B. not A. K. L. T. 

626, aeamaiicva] Sc, «utb, 'Are safe.' 

627. aXl' ola»a (liv Sii] 'WeU of course you know.' Cf. (Ed. E. 523. 
aW tilS-f iiiv Stj — . El. 103. Perhaps «U' ola^a 3-^ieov —. 

zit T^s ^ivris OQiav \ nQoaSsyiiar , avrrjv tag sSf^afitlv tptXiog Aid. 
Br. Apitz. Dind. II. tk tijq It'njs, oQav | uooiidsyfiaT avT-qv — Schn. 
■za Ttjf Isj'JjK OQav | Jipocgj&^/fiar , avTijv & — Herm. ra zije |£»i);s 
ogaiv I jtQoaSsyiiat , kv-z^v ^ — Dind. Nek. ih zijg ^ivijs , ogaii', | jrpoo- 
Siyiiar avviiv wg iSt^ap,ijv tpiXa Wund. (see his Emend, p. 37 f.) Hart, 
For the phrase SixiU^ai riva itgooSiyiiata cf. Ear. Iph, A. 1169, sqj' 
ri as — Jf|dft6*« Se^iv, ^v ee Siiaa»ai XQirif- Soph. El, 1034. oiS ■ 
av Toooijroi' ^Jl^os ^];&at'eo) a lyoi. Schol: ngoaSiyiia^. vJtoSoxag- 
Ityei Si oTi otaS-a jtws [<Bfi?) qiiiocp£>dvojs nvzi/v jrpoaijitajijjj). Cf. 15. 
233, Eur. F.l. 394. rovd' avSgog tlaSoxas Soiimv. 

628.' Suspected by Nauck, Weckl. 



ri drit' av filK' et ivviaots; dsdoixfi yaQ 
[i^ itQip f-iyris sv tdv ^6&ov tov *'§ iiiov , 
jiqXv iiSivm tnxft&BV, ei no&ov(it&a. 


Hz^ofprj a. 

agoaSiyfiaz'] aQoaSigyinxr' L. Barl. Cf. on fEd. li, 1428. 

avzriv A. Harl. Aid. Juntt, «ui^V »' B. K. L. T. V. Turn. Herjn. 
Dind. &u. aviog coiij, Bergk, (errij #' KceoWj. 

qiilag] tpClu Wund. Halt, 

620. iyinlay^vai—^8ov^\ 'Was smitlen wilk joy.' Cf. Aj. 693. iqipig' 
iSiori. Tirg. Ma. I. 513. 'obstupuit — peraissas — lailitiaque meluque.'' 
Seidl, afl Eur. El. 177. Qu. wax' ivmlay^vai y' afiov — . 

630. aXln y'] I would read aU' ei'. 

631. wpra vulg. irpm A. Harl. Aid. jiprai (the co underdotted, and it; 
written over a m. rec, to make tzqIv) L. ^qSitov M. mpro B. K. T. V. 
OTpm (i. e. 'prwvudure') Apitz, referring^ to Apoll. de Adv. p. 673. Etyni. 
M. p. 607. 19. 692. 13. Bust. p. 1142. and coll. Plat. Farm. 135 A. nga yaQ 
nQiv yvp.naa&^vai inixei^sie ogi^tB^m. Rnhnk. ad Tim, p. 226. Phry- 
uiehus (Bckk. p. 61 , 18) explains mga by itgo kcuqov. 

av add. A. B. K. L. om. T. Qu. (i^ tc^w If'ySS "v xhv noS'ov — . Or 
jiTj %ov Tto&ov Ttagos i.fyyq — Or fii] jtpioTK {icgoa%'ty tov tio^ov Ie- 
yijs — Or fi^ mpoufl's tov wo'S'oi' toii si Jfioil it'ysS' Cf. Arist. Aoh, 
383. vvv ovv liE Jtgiozov nglv ^'avtCv idaazs &c. So TrcsgoiS'sv — tcq'iv 
El. 1132. I douU if SsSo -xa inj I jo g av he g od G eek Cf Tl c I[ 

Jiv itQaaSoula oxiSsi fuj v { ) ito of iroX p, o n jcleva ■ 


□. de vect. IV. 

41. £ St 

I V S Ku <i,a^ovv 

a u>] iiataia 

aw yi*o TO 


■.raia yivjlzat? 

) aVTJl 1) K 

An b Vr 1 8 Ht 

olvoa, ,, 

('whelher') Uav I 

(* (del laxo amrpgov e& rj 

ni»ov TOV ii {aov'\ Cf 

El 619 , 


cov Sv.f V 

Alt 95 

T^v n ^l^oi Sva^ 

tovXiav 1 

19 il u^ 

fio S 


^wv (in) 


11. 940. 6 aats - 

— ovl A% Ueibs Ant 

air OSTto 

iStav tav kit' 


632. lantf&Ei 

r\ i^ «E % 

V L (Ct 

on El 

1 4 1 xa«e & 

^ f e «al 


iasivov, from 

Schol ro 

^ &»U V 


tf TOK ijfiKS Jio&E ) &el 


It. Cf. ^Bch. Sept. 4( 

(0 (Wtpij a 

K »v 

^« a Qa ov Cf 

eow A st 


. 1120. rdxfi: itQayfia 

Abo 315 

y win « ro)" » * 




haps jfofl-o tt fi 

633 — 62. The 

Chorus a 

all II 

nh h tant 

ft! eg n 

about Trachis th( 

! speedy 

t f H 


ed tl 

fel aft 


13S xn'pnKAKory 

Ol'tng ZfiQmmifTtwi'Teg . <t'i' tb fttiiOtei' iy.i:> 

bu loDff in ahsciicp, ti Li'j 'ii^eoii&'>ljite wiie .ttiil pi ty, now tLit biiCLfRS 
lias relieved him fiom the toils of war, that lio mwy letufit without doliy, 
and above all inflamed with in ardent dcjiire, brought about bj the potent 
philtre leLoinineniled 1>> tlip Centauj, to reciprocate the iffei,tL n of De 

G33 Construe o> nti^cvi iSTtimTft, ifiJoj;r; liui irfipmn 9tgiii 

vavloxa\ Ihis, like jt'tpdiB, i*. <;iippoBed to It ii Ofitliet it ^fQ/ii 
lottga And so thought tie fethol , who explains if by jiaea^alaoBia 
We may translate it 'sheltered,' is being in a bav or recess protected tinm 
the waves and winds Tli^t these waim mineral baths were bo situitud 
.ippeoTB from the description giTen bv Herodotus and others But the 
epithet vavZojK is one Chit ill suits lovzga, not to mention that ^oir^iv 
IS ilreidy provided with two epithets TiBTQaia and SfQiicc I thinX then 
fore that we must nnderstind ara^iia (Ph 489), and lender it 'aTtchnrtufe 
loads' CI Aj 460 vavlo%ovg liniav Uqb? Eui Hec 1015 '^x"'"" 
vavXoxoi TTSQiTiivxai Horn Od S 81S lijiivss d' hi iiauAojoi 

63i SfpfiK KoirpffJ These natunl hot springs and baths, saiil to htM 
been mftde to gush foith by Athene to refresh Hcrcnles after his Hboiirv, in 
often mentioned by ancient writers. Pisander ap. Bchol. ad Arist, Nub. 1051. 
r» S' iv fiEefioreu'Jijtri 9(a ylffTrxiojite 'Ad-^vij \ noiu ■ffjofia loer^a nuQU 
griifilvi ^aiaaem. Herod. VI. 176. xav Ss f^sQiiOTcvXemv to ftiv TCQBg 
fffjtf'pijs uQog a§at6v if Bat anoaqfjiivov {called by Slrabo Callidromns), 
nvccTftvnv Ig W*" OiTtjv, to Si irgoe t^J' i'k t^s o^ou ^aleraaa vno- 
(JfKfiKi Kdt tivayia. Ecri Si iv ijr ieoSio zavrj/ ffspjire ioiiipn, tit Xv- 
rgovs xaliovai ot imidsiot. kkI firapos tSQvtai 'HQaxleos i^' (tvzoim. 
Stribo IX p. 428. t^p (tip ovv ntfQoSov Tlviag ytalovat Mat Sttvct %at 
ficgiinavltce. ?ff« yep Kttl fl-spjta xXrinCov vSaza Ttjtio'ftEj'K (os 'HgaKlior'g 
BQit App in. Syr. o. 17. Liv. XXXVI. 15. 18. Catull. LXVI. 64. Hcsyi^h. v. 
HgajiXe rt lovtga. Phot. p. 73. Hence all natural warm springs wore iiflei'- 
rds called 'He«Klrtn lovtga. Arist. Nub. 10.51. tjou ^vxftt S^tir mo 
jinr tc6tg H^a-ilgia Xovrga; Find. 01. 12, 19. &tQfiu Nv/itpav Xoirtgi!. 
Hence iho the name (ifQtumvlat, from the proitimity of that pass tn 
tl ese warm springs. These warm springs, still called Thermse, issue prin- 
Lipally from two openings at the foot of the (Etffian chain. 

Jtayo g OiTag] Herod. VH. 198. nspt Be rbv xo'Ijtoi' toutoV (tlic 
Mai ac gnlf) Jon x'^Qos TicStvog, ry fiiv fvQvg, rf) Ss ««!. Kfigic /nf- 
vOi- ntgt Si rov %mQOv xovzov ovgsa vilrriXa xal a^artt tcssikXi^h naaav 
Tijv Mr/XiSa yqf, Tgiixivtm jtsrgai Kalsojitvai. 

635. ^BgavaiSTaoi'Tie A. K. L. Harl. Aid. TcigivaiezaoVTis I!. T. 
(supr. jiaga] Turn. Wak. Perhaps nvQu vaistaovrtg, Schol: ot Tcagci 
TOvg rgaxeig xnl ogitvovf TOTtovg t^s Ofiijs {ivotitovvzeg) &c. Cf Hum. 
nd, *'. 177, H? jtSQivtfietvovsi , avaaaovrtri S' iitol avzm. .^scb. Siippl. 
1001). oti ztvp,' 'Egaaivov icegtvaietai Ttninto*. Pind, N. IV. 85. vfnp' 
jJxigovtt vatstBmv. 01. VI. 78. uno KvXXavas oqois raierdovrtg. P. 
IV. 180. Hfiqit Titiyyainv ^i^i^Xoi? vamunvn-i;. 


MaKii)a Kffp Xijivau 

^vd" 'EKkdvtov ayoQnl 
ITvldriSeg xkiovria, 

fi3( fieae vKLT av\rni 11- mi.MIe 

pnrt nearest its heal "W nler expl ns aiaoav rt ffereiitly: 
el (Ue fund s v n f ma} act) nter if man lla n oijxa incolm it 
Ant 1 23 l^Se e sii ated in tie (? ( 

MtiKSa] Rati er Mai Sa JBsch Pers 492 dta^lS' alav Mi/lia 
xolnov Arst Lvfc 1169 Tor JtfijI a ' " 

jTBe T D nd N 1 M Qa the msu ind vulg MapKiiftPBii L. Cf. 

Ant 966 

1 livav} Sea Accord g to Ho er c sage Odyss. t'. 337. Cf. Fr. 
il-ll ylreuiias — s (d-s^otj 1 jii/as E r Hipp 744. jzooqiaQiB^ Xtiivaf. 
Uec 44 Anst Av 1339 jiJ? or? ytroo ilturans ^m o(#(irt li/ivag. 

637 ^pfflalaMK o t ktuv TtoQcrg] Tl e S hoi. understands this of 
A temis m for he says Iv E ^o n t i aritc %QvBoro^os "AQtu/its. Wliich 
tonfiwnel by Herod VII 176 PI t Themist c 8., who record that a 
te 1 le f D am stood it Artemis m n Eul oea Bnt the context clearly 
s) owb that it B not tl e coast of Eubcea hut of Thessaly and the Malian 
d stnct to wl ch refe en e a 1 ere made That this coast was sacred to 
I>iana appears from 213 and Apoll Khol I o71 f , quoted by Musgrnvo. 
Tl e part t lar pi t of that oast I ere especially n eant Wunder considers 
was tl at le^er bed by Hero lotus Til 00 Iv 8i i^ fi£Ta|u ^oivmog 
jTOtn/to «a 9s£ip.07t Xiwv nmfnj ri az ii; ourofin Av&^lri Htftm, 
jrnff IV Srj ^aQaegiiov o i<no«os Is 9<tlaeat<v skSiSoI, xal j^rapoj TtfQi 
a X jv e Qvg, tv io> »J>)u.ijrpos is qov Apif v,tvov So$ TSqvtui, kkI ^S^ai 
tle'i AitrpiKTvoat k«1 attou toi j^firpiKmofOi, tgov 

XQvealaxdtoi ] Hamng a golden d itaff for perhiipfe airoui) 1 lorn 11 
ji'. 183. iv toQii A^TftitSo? xqvariia'Aa7ov ntladtiviji v 70 "Hqjj d 
KviiaiTj %Qvei]lfiiato^ jtcladiivij \ AQzefiig /ojfOiijB Ihe siine epithet 
is applied to Amphitrite the Nereids and Leto in Pindii 01 'VI fin N 
V. 62. VI. 62. 

638. fvd-' — v.XiovTKi'i ' M here aie (or are sniianoned en luted) tke 
Pijlaran ( AmpMclyomc) assemblies of tie GJfks' Scliol ojiou etvetyoiitai 

01 'Jiiqiivzvovtg fig tjjv Xcyoiteniv TlvXiecai' "With ayosav uakstv com 
pare the Latin 'roncwneta vocate Soe howevei on next verse Ai to 
the anachronism, with which the Scholiast charges our poet see Wiind 
Introd. VI. §. 3 

639. nvtatiSeg] feo called from the plate where they were held, 
Uvlrti or Bt^HOirvXat Stribo IX p 42'* triv ^iv oir ^agoSov UoXag na 
XovBi vol Svsva yial &SQjioiivlas Herod \n 201 

xaliovrat the mas. xalovvzai [Herm.] Bgb. KEKtijfiai [Herm.'] 
Erf. xlfovtai Musgr. Herm. IMnd. Wnnd. Hart. Schn. Possibly KaHinv- 
r«c may here be a trisyllable as to pronunciation, as naliov is a, disyl- 
lable Odyss. *'. 550, Gt. T,: avvC^ms. The word may perhaps signify 
'fire called, conookeil,' hut it is far more probable that the meaning is 


'h'TlliT/JIXp',/ «. 

nvlog ovx dvt4Qt)i(ii' 

tixiSv XKvt>.%kv 6XKVU61.V, ixlkd &{ir(s 

nvtCkvQov ^iov0ag. 

6 yKp ^log 'jilxif^vag rt xaig 

'lire reported to be, are, exist,' a sense tlmt ot'tea attaches to tliis vurb, 
and similar ones, in poetry. Cf. 659. iv»a hXHSstcii ^vt-^^. (Ed. K. 
1451. ^v&a Kljj£er«t | avfiiig Ki&atgmv ovrog. Eta-. Or. 331. ^va ftrorifi- 
ipaloi liyovzai (xXiovtat?) iiv%oi. Tro. 222. Cratin. Arcli. Fr. 4. 
iv&a z/(ds fifyaXov fl'BMiM TzseGoC zs xaXovvtai. Horn. II. X'. 737. xnt 
'AXiiaiov Sv&a koIoJi/jj ttitiXrirtti. Find. N. IX. 97. Iv9 'Agiias nogov 
Sv^Qontoi -naXeotat. Msv^. Pers. 247. ov nvos \ SovXoi XEHljjcint qitords. 
1. zaSt fiiv IIiQCoiv — ntoic waXtttai. Perhaps niXovtai (Aj, 150. Fr. 583). 

640. 6 KaXUPoas — tivlog] Arist. Av, 683. <o KaXh§6av ngiKOve ai- 
Xav qiS'syfiaaiv riQivois- 

641. vfttv A. B. K. L. v/iiv T. 

o^« ava^aiav] 'Not unfriendly, not mournful.' Schol: omk i^^^av, 
ovSi f^grivatv Poljv. Ct. 853. Herod. I. 114. avcpctre Tt^jjyfiato: iqjij mj- 
nov&ivat. Blomlield Gl. Ag. 434. wrongly, I think, derives avdqvioq 
ftom a£(}ia, as fiixaQetos. 

642. lK%ayv B. K. Herm. Dind, Nauok. axmv Elmsl. in Heracl. 752. 
(where the quantity of a);tri', lazslv, laxa, laxruia ia discussed), laxmv 
A. L. T. Aid. Cf. on Arist. Thesm. 328. 

Biav Kavaxav] Cf. 86S. ijxi' ^tff oft aaTjiiov — iiroxvTov. CEd. C. 
1500. Fr. 469. Uiivris — ^x°^°1S voovq. Eur. Here. 1026. tav "Jida 
XOQOr ajiijera. Incert. Lyr. Bergli. 93. Xvgav aftoigog lazas if Kav- 
Tigjcfos avXaiv. Arist. Th. 323. jpyctc te tpogfiiy^ ax^etitv fit 
cvx^Vg ^^erepcis- Veap. 1489. eipovSvXos axst. .^Isch. Pars. 902. atji 
i/iiB itoXvSaKQvr laxav. Sept. 850. v/ivov 'E^ivvog Ic/xii^v. Cf. on (Ed. 
E. 1219. 

Kaviixav'\ The sound of the flute is so called also in Find. P. X. 60. 
Ovid. Past, VI. 659. 'Cantabai funis, cantabal tibia ladis, \ canlabat mwstis 
tibia funeribus.' Athen. IV. 80. Also that of the lyre in Horn. H. Ap. 185. 

TOtO Si qjOpfltJ^ I leUCEO" TISO JtX^KtQOV XKI'O!];^!' Sx^t ((lEgOEUOffil'. 

ixdvHCiv} 'JVili return.' But what good sense does this yield? I 
suspect the word is corrupt. Cf. on 207. i'tra M^ayya. 

9eiae avxHvgov iiovauq] ' Aecoinpanying the divine song,' or ^rivatUny 
the divine song,' i. e. participating of the festive character of odea or 
hymns usually sung in honour of the gods, such as the pcean. 

%'eias — ftovaas] 'Strains or bf)mns in honour of the gods.' Sacred 
acclamations are called ufi^QOza ^jita Ant. 1134. Schol : ipanriis ylv- 
Kiiag. Schneid: 'deos decentis.' 

643. aVTiXv^ov] Schol: avTiitifi,ov , avzioSov. — tauXvgov. Cf. on 
(Ed. C. 1223. 'aXvqov means the opposite 'mournful.' Valck. ad Fhoen. 1034. 

644. AX-Kfirivctq tc KOQog (KoSpog A. Aid.) the mss. AM. Nek. 'AXtifi.rjvag 
Mo'pos T. Herm. Wuud. Dind. Sclm. {1. o. 'Joue'.s son by Alcmena.' Schneid. 




aovrm itdou^ aQEtccq 64.') 

GtQOipfj ^. 

ni.etv t] Svoxaidexdjii^vov nfiiiEvovaat 

XpoVov mXdyiov i'SgtES ovSi'v d &i' oi tpiXa SdjiaQ 650 

compares Piad. 01. II. 13. K^ovioi noli Pitts- One mig^ht also conjecture 
'Alx/i^ras TOKOS, as in 181, tov 'Alnn^vr/s tovov. Aj. 1303.) 'Al«fi]jvag 
If Ttaig Hart. Whicli correction Iind already occurred to mysolf. Tlie 
connective particle can hardly be dispensed witli. Cf, 19. o KXttpog ijld'e 
Zrivas Alv,ai]V7js i* wcis. Eur. Here, 826. ov ipaetv elvai Zijros AX-/,- 
fiJjvjjS t ano. 

645. tlivreiil aovxai conj. Elmfil. (Rev. of Blomf. Prom. 122.) Blomf, 
Gloss. Sept. 31. Nauek, Herwerden. A. C. p. 21, '/s hmtening, u com- 
ing.' Sohol: ogytazai, ^|ii. 01. T: /ejitat. Cf.jEach. Cbo. 630. Pors. 
2.'). Arist. Vesp. 209, Buttinnnn considers aivzai a contraction for Ofis- 
zai, just na courort is for ^o-iexat or aittai (as Xovrat is for Aoetci). 
We find also aavvxai, eovo^t, aooe^bt (Aj, 1414), aoveo (Hesycii,), tV 
cuffjj ^Aj. 294), cii*M/isf (<Ed, C, 1724), <!v»tis (<Ed. B, 440. (Ed. C. 119.). 

naaa^ agsiag] ^Of consummttte valour,' Wander: 'sunanm virlutix.' 
Aj. 43G. itgos oT-Kov ^Ws TCttoav iviiXftav rpfQav. Pbi), 397. vfqie naaa. 
Ilerod, II. 124. ii naaav xavotrjta ilaaai. Ill, 80, Svo S' Sx<av tavtti 
fj:£t Ttaaav najrdrjjrc. And on Pliil. 142. In an inscription in Clarke's 
Travels VI. 181. ij iiHffjjff axQin ips^ove' KgEr^s. 

UQizag A. K. L. T. aQetag B, 

646. Before Ix' the letter o is erased in L. 

647. Schol: or Ixrog ff);o(tfv rijg Tiolctas, Jt's SaSixii/i/jFOv aviiiti- 

K^rojcToiti'l ajioiii' B. 'Absent from home.' (E.I. E. 1000. (Ed. C. 207. 

648. Tcavia the mss. vulg. icavioi Wak. ndvta Both, siffitTa Dind. 
Wttnd. Bgk. ;tKiFi« Nek. (Cf. on Aristoph. Av. 346., where the mss, give navxa 
or ndvTtj for aavja,) tcavx ig (from schol: tig itoStKan'^vov avajievou- 
cai) Herm. Hait. Schn. Wunder explains Tzavxa 'ommTio' ('lolaia annum 
etcspccianCes^). The passage appears to me not sound. Vanvilliers ton- 
jectiires top TitvteKCCiSsxafi'rivoi' (coll. 45. Sixa jcijvcie TCQog aXloig jrivts. 
164. xqpyov — TQiiii]vov ■xavtavistov). I suspect that the true reading is 
nifti' 1] — , or ^bi't", is — - Or perhaps rbv Tcivzc rs Kci S(v,aiirivov —, 
or thus TOJ' 7iiPtftaxaiS£«ttiii]vov (qu.) — . 

SvoKaiSexa/iTivov — iporovj 'For a period of twelve laonths , i e 
an entire year, in round nunibers: for Ilei'ciiles had been absent hlteen 
months (cf. 155—74). Cf. 824, zilsop'iivos — aQozog. Phil. 716 Sixerti 
XQovip. Find. N. XI, 10, aw So%a xiXog SvmSiHafitjvoi' JtfQnaai 

649. jcilayiov] 'On the open sea, at sea'. Thuc. VIII. 44 kjiXtvattv 
Kttl iqiavtjBliv KEl«ytot. Ant. 786, ipoit^g S vneg^ovTiog. Vauvilliero 
not without reason objects to nelayiov, because all tliis time HeiLules 
had been either in Lydia with Onipliale, or in (Eehalia waging «ar with 

CSgifs ovSiv] -In complete ignorance', Cf. 40f, (Ed. C. 526. 



142 ^0<WKAEOri: 

ruAaivuv dvaruXuinu xii(jdiuv 
mdyxXtivTOi; td'sv luAZvro' 

inCxovov ajii^av. 

C50. a Si 01 ifilie Sttiia^] 'And Ids dear ivI/k'. MHttli. Gr. §. 38y. f. 
We fim! in Herod. I, ai, at Se cqut |3ofs — ov iragiyii'ovzo. 183. KCtl id 
^a^gov ot Kol 6 d-QOvos jteuofos fan. III. 3. r&v Si ot xaiSi-yv &<;. 
14. xov If' m TcatStt, 103. at yvQ eipi ua^ijloi &c, 129. o ya'^ ol aatqu' 
yaXos Sw;. IV. 162. ri Sh /i^tJiQ oi — Iqivye. 203. triiv Si eipi yvvciiKSiv. 
For tLe hiatus, to whicli Bloinfield (ad Agam. 1116) without reason objects, 
cf. EI. 196. ots ol —. Mivh. Ag. 1147. Eur. Pli. 637. Ciniin. II. 148. 
Meta. After SafiaQ tbero is au erasiou of tlireu letters in L. 

a A. K. T. 5 L. ^ B. 

G51. TKicivK tlie HISS. tdXaivav Dind. Tick. Wunlei conipan.^ i-iii Ii. 
Ine. 99, 6. iiJkio laXaivav KagSiciv o^fiaSia. And Sclim-idewjii Fiiil 291, 
t/laJOfiT/v ralae Svotrivov i^iXtiav TiuSa. Qu tcclaivo, — TiaqSia 

Connect xa^Siav with taXXvxo, Qu. TtagSia 

652. aayKXavToei Cf. 50. 505. on El. 1086 Ant 29 &31 8t7 1 ii 
(FA. C. 1360. So khAbhios El. 911. 

aiXXvco^ ^ Was pining'. Cf. I0I3. aXsKoitav o taXuf 

653. pvv S' 'A^rjq — t^ilve iir. ^^.] *Hi iou. war tt, , I II 
(i. 0. IJie cessation of viar) has removed (from kim) the daj uj Im hi ; ' 
A siniilav passage occurs in A}. 706. SXvesv aCvov ax"'' ""^ oftfioroiv 
'Agtjg. Where see note. Cf. also on 95, 

oiifteJi&il« valg- and most iiis.'i. Schn, Hart Nek oiaz^iiS'iis (si'pi w 
with gl. p,avelg) T. oUzQ(0%'tls Ven. au oigiD&tls ('compostlas') Miisgr. 
Wnnd, Dind. ot orgiafrtls Herm. Weekl., coll. 650. « Si ot qi/AB d^Kfiae 
— wXXvTO. A}. 90). Schol: fiKntJg o jrtpl t^v OlxaXiav xoXs^os i'%i- 
Xvasv ^fias *^e dviae, rjv itp' inDiHTtig ^(lifieg t?);o(i£i'. Apitz in favour 
ot DloTQ>]»ele quotas n. «'. 65. Eur. Hipp, 1402. Pli. I6C8. ILtrtung gi-vca 
Agovs (?) un olaxgTjQ'sis. Sclnteid. condemns both conjectures, ao cii/(o9ils 
mil! of atgia&iig. In favour of aigii>&Bls we way conipjire ^sch. Prom. 138. 
T^v d' aTSQaavov etogieae ogyijv. Eur. Her. 702. X^na fi^ o^irto tud^VKiji 
20ovog I TO iFov. Ilerod. Vn. 193. to; to xSfio! Sat^ano. Virg. lEn. I. G5. 
'Mole, namque tihi divfiia paler aique hominmu rex \ et tmdcere dedit flucum 
el tollere venlo'. Tacit. Hist. I. 58. 'stralis Jam miHtum o^ls'. Stat. Silv, 
TI. 5. 'coaslrala inanaueicem — ira'. Wunder ia not saljsfled with av {sec 
his Ewend. p. 38 f.). Qn. fvvaaS-eis, 'heiny lulled to rest''. Lat. 'sopitiif'. 
Of viv ('her') OTptofl'Ei's. Or of argca^elg. Tlie allusion is to the capture 
of CEchalia. For the metro ef. El. 504 — 15. 

G64. l^iXva' iicinovov anigtiv\ 'Has removed the day of trouble'- 
ffld. U. 36. OS y' i^iXveag — e^X-yi^as aoiSov Saaiiov, ov jtaqtiioutv. 
Aj. 706. iXvatv aivhv ajoj uk o^fiazav 'Aqijs. Schol: f^iXveev rifiag 
Tt/S avCas ^v iqi' sKnoijjs ^jiiqag ei'xoaiv. Whence Erfiirdt and otIiui'S 
lead i^iXve inmuvfov aiiEgav (se, ccviijv, Deianir.i). 

tiilva' the ms3. vulff. liiXmi fi* Erf. l^Mva' (?) Ilerm. i^ngof 
conj. Din.l. (eoll, Phil. 423). InXiti con.i. Sulineid. l^^Xla^' Linw, 
A molossus seems lequived, Qu. lulvti aip', or i^ ao 'Xvc' — . Cf. on v. 


uvr.tGt^otf/il \i. 
uifixoiT aipCxoiTo ' jilj t)55 

3tQlv rdvSs zorl n6i.iv avvOEiB, vaStariv tGziav 
afifiipag , Iv&a xlij^stKi i&wrjj^ ' 

Intnovov a^it/av vulg. Dioil. II. Hecm. Seliii. Havt. Bgk. Nek. iitmovav 
Ctftsqav Erf. V/xvaH.. (v. Emend, p. 39 f.) Diiid. UI. Bened. Qu. ap.ieav 
ivivovov. 'H/iiga and ^ficp are often used to denote a time, atate, or 
eoiidition in general. See Blonif. Gl. Pers. 266. Below 591. nce'ifte tuv- 
Qoeifecym. Aj. 623. KO-latif — aiiigci. Eur. Hee. 56. SovXbiov ijfiag ftSie. 
690. cOTEvOTtios ^iiiga. Ion. 720. viav afiigav. Tro. 1330. SovUiov 
atiiQav (St'ou. Phoin. 650. ix^ef<S ^' ^ji^Qas xatdgxETat. Elies. 988. 
■^Itigav hsv9iQav. Theognis fin. aol jiiv yiiQ Sovliov ■^ftctg ini. So 
in Homer -ti^ag iltv^igov , SovXiov, voeztfuiv, 6g(pitvi.ii6v. Compare alsu 
below 830. ininiyvov — laxgsCav. The tronbles alluded to are those 
of Hercniea, I think, r.ither tlwn those of Deianira and her eompaiiiuns. The 

verse is an Iscliiorrogie, if the reading he genuine, %^„ ^_: but, as 

the rmiding of the corresponding line 662 is extremely doubtful, it ts lin- 
zanloiis to depart froni the reading of the mss. 

ccjiiQav A. K. L. T._ &c. ^p-iQav B. 

6B6. a/piKOlT A. B. K. L. &u. afinoiro T. 

(ijj ataii) — ns'iv — avvem] Cf. 954 f. Aj. 12S1. and on Phil. 9G1. 
uloio III] nta, ^glv lia^oip, —. Aj. 1221. 

6&G. oj;i3(i« iJttds] Lit. '■conveyance of a ship'. JE^vtV. Prom. 46(1. &a- 
XaEOoitKai%xa — Xivonziga ~ vavzllav ox^itaia. Eur. Med. 1119. 
tpiiiyE fi^TS vaiov \ liTtava a;ri;?'ijr, fiijt i>xov ^iSoatipii- Iph. T, .19.t. 
viiiov 0);jjftK. So also oj;os jrTjpraios jEseli. Prom. 130. Ilora, Od. 6'. 718. 
vtjmv emvjcogiov — af fl-' alog fjiitoi | avSgaai yijiioriai Sfi-. 

vaos A. K. L. T. Aid. uijoj E. 

uvtm] 1. e. Hercules. 

657. Jipiji — avvaBif — aftiiipag] Soliol: ?(os ^vtoru^a acpiKOito, 
iljv Eopotav v^aov mcsg^ag xal KaraXiTcdv. Translate: 'lipfore Jie reach 
IMi loiBH, having left his (piesoiit) island hame (in Euboaa).' 

jtpds] nori Wakef. Erf. Herm Qu. ravSt tav aoXiv {agos luiving 
i-rept in fiom the intenivetation). Cf. v str. C60 The prepositiim is 
iisiially omitted after avvriiv in this sense. 

chvatiS A. B. K. L. avvettev T. 'Reach, gain, arrive al'. Cf. on 
(Ed. C. 1562. Ant, 805. tov jrayxoirav o'9' o^m 9aXap,ov t^v3 'AvtI' 
yoj-iji. vvvTOvaav. Aj. 607 927. El. 1461. Theogn. 1037. ^X^eg Sij, KXta- 
giazE, §a&vv Sia novtw avvaaag | iv&d6' &e, Horod. 0, 1.^9. 7, IS.t, 
Enr. Baceh. 131. Pofjh. HI. 0-^. 9. irvaratog Si Siavvaag lig tks vTrtg- 

668. orfiei^ce] I. q. jtegaaas. 'Having passed, having left'. Monk. 
ad Hipp. 650. Cf, Pliil. 1262. i|rl&' ape{ipag zatiSs netgrigug ezi'/ag. 
Ant. 946. Brunck: 'ittsulari relicla ara'. 

C59. Sv&a HijiJtTfft flvtjje] I. e. ^v9a Xiyszat 9'vnv, 'where he is 
reporled to be offering aacrf/ices'. IJrunck: 'iilii saeris operari didliir'. 
CEd. R. U6I, i'vd-a xJ^fsie* ] oujios Ki»aiQdji. Cf. im (JM. Sohol: 


144 ZOdiOKAEOrE 

oQ'iv (16I01 aavi{i£^og . tidO 

Before ^vtijq three or four letters arc erased in L. ©ifuJe (j!) iVoiii 
i&iid), as liitiiQ IvTjjgios from Iroj, ivSvzrig hSvxos from IvSvio, &c, Cf. 1192. 

660 — 2. On this coiTUpt passage consult Wnnder in liis Emeuil. p. 40 f. 
The general sense of it, Wunder justly remarks, should he this: 'uiide 
nemat perfums pMllris ex priedictione CenlaarV. Sehol; %-^v oij'ftspov ^fit- 
Quv li^oi, ira itfJtlrp iqg -jiii^ovs &eX']i9eis, in TCQoqxiatiag rov Niaeov 
KCit lajisvaonivtp . jtti&ove Sh TiiTilw tiittv, ok yiyovsv lal ta iitta- 

The Chorus, in accordance with the usual dramatic skill anil irony of our 
Poet, is made to wish for those very things to happen which soon after 
arc to bring on so sad and painful a catastrophe. 

G60. navaiiiQOS the mss. vulg, Vauv. Br. Herm.Wund. Hart. Nek. navi- 
fiBQog Mudg. Heath. Wakef. Musgr. Dind. Schn. Sehol: nuviiftffos - 
tvfisv^St [fdd >j] iv iy avijj ij/iepo; i'lQ'ot tig fpwia t^s yvvamos. An- 
other Sohol: jcuvafLesog . cirJ roti, t^v oijfiegov ^fiigav flffof. Ilcr- 
inimu formerly explained it 'mitis, blandas' (from ■qfispos), but afterwanls 
icavxB>i tijSf T^ ^f'^?? (0' Brunck: 'ioto properans die^. C. Matthiee cx- 
pWns in like manner, comparing the preceding fi^ exaiii — avveiis. Cf. 
Arist. Ean. 387. jrav^iieQov ('per totum diem') itaieai. .ffiseh. Prom. 1060. 
SaizaXfvq Tcav^iisgog. (V. Blomf. GI.) Callim. H. Cer. 88. Kavdfiigos — 
■^fffl-iE uvQia jtdvza. Horn. Od. S'. 366. oocop tt itBi'ijfiepi.'jj yloqcug^ 
VTjVS ] riwiifv. 1 . 11. i^s S^ TtavTjjisgirig riza^ i<siia TtovxojtOQOvsijg. v, .13. 
jiavvvxan iy^'^aaovta, Hes, Sc. 396. Herod. VIL 183. TCavT/iiitiar (adv.). So 
7iavvv%n)s 'all through (he nigkt' II. ip . 105. Bat this sense does not at 
all suit this passage. IlavttiisQos will rather mean, what Vauv. thought, 
'all'gentle, alt-kind, all-loving', the opposite of avijiiiQog (^sch. Prom. 
715.). Cf. Dem. p. 530, 6. avdQtg ovzioe f]ttfQOi nal tptlidi'&eantoc. But 
I think auviiiSQOi, i. e. 'an object of all desire', is far preferalile. (Maj- it 
perhaps signify ' all- desiring , inflamed with strong desire', in a neuter sense?) 
By a similar corrnption we find iqn^fiegog for iipiiiiQos ■ V. Mein. Fragm. 
Com. III. 355. IV. 574. navintQOg occurs Anth. P. 11. 169. Schol: Sia 
to toil Nsvaov qiBQiiaKor. Compare lipifiegog ((Ed. R. 1375.). Similarly 
^scli. Ag. Gli. xavT anrtyysiXov nacsi, ( ijKftv aiziag raj^iez sqcsoiiiov 
(at here jtavint^v) nolei. Deianira's wish doubtless is that Hercules 
may return inflamed with an ardent desire of her. 

661. Tug Ttei&ovs nayx^CexBi cuyxjK&els *wl ngoepdoei &^sog the 
mss. These words are evidently corrupt, though their general sense is 
sufficiently clear. Eeiske conj: zm ku&ovs TCay%^vartp — . Wakef: rag 
icci&ovg TcdyzQtatog, avyxga^slg, imtiQOifaviig G^of. Hart: itinXifi 
jiei9ovg jtayxQ^'Jzv) (from schol.). Dind. reads: \zag nuS'ovg Iptayxeiezai^ 
avyitga&tlg \ ±-^— kill itQo^iBtvBti fl~ijgos. C, Matthite explains: 'indulus 
ex verbis Cenlaari unguenlo suadte' (h. e. indutus unguento, quod, ut Cen- 
tanrus perhibuit , persuadebit ei ut Deianiram amet). The sense of the 
paasage, as written by Sophocles, Wunder thinks was: perfasus pMllris ex 
pra-dielione Centaurt. 

nayxQlat(fi\ 'Bemteared, saturated,' Lat. 'penilus peruncto.' Cf. G75. 
G89. 832. Schol: letntt iro 11 tjtltjj evyufxQaftivog «tA a^ftoe^tlg rij irfi- 
#0( zov &7jq6s. Schol. on C60: za jifnia) zi/g -icft^ovg ^tilx^tlg {za 


itEK?.a-i nf)<i(p('.vas\ #j;j>uV. 

yvvalxtg, ag Stdoixa iiij ntguiTtQco 
TtEit^ay^iv i] jio( 7tttv%^ oo' aQtCag fSfia, 


Tt d' §6ti, z/f3«'vttpK, riitvov Olvias; 

) ji q> <o iV a <a 

S ph p ff S ;/ ;.(■»,; 

ftci n enveloped in lit homng been im3.ed togUher with. Schol. X^C- 
7ce ria TteicUo ev^vur-^a^fvoq xui aQuoo&sCe. Aj, 3Q5. ofxTto (orioiV) 
zfobs iTtjMfKpK/iepiji' Ant 1311. Stilatif Si evyKiv.Q«iimt Sv^. Avist. 
PI 8o0 Diphilua ap Stob XCVI. p. 385. nevia &i coymfa^siaa dva- 
at^si zqnitio If the readings in v. str. i;65. be correct, 1 would propose 
0Ufm2axfl; or evvzcmsis (833 836.), or avjiiiiyils- 

G22 sjil jci/oipaa(i &ij^oe tlie mss. vn\g. I. e, '/n aecordanPe with (upnn, 
a/I ) Ike pi e liction of the I enlau ■.' Cf. 684. Kai jiot ra^' ^v jieoppijra. 
lljl l(iot yap ijn jipogiciTOv In Tiaigos ndlai — &avsiv Sec. 11C3. 
Abo G81 tov fl'tje If ATiiraigos — iteou*[*ci|aio, | jiap^mi ^{u/iroj' 
ov3(v 1143 Vtffooi, jrciai fffttfttrgos l^ixitat vtv \ TOtmSl ipt'Xrgia 
TOV aov iMfiijici 7IO&0P Qii 9rjQ6s and jiQoipaaiias (answering to Kfiipan 
I'jciTioiov or a^ispai' fjiurorow S54), 'by (lie foreshoviing of Vie CenCanr.' 
Cf on V qti 664 Oi S'jjgoqicj TO jiex^oj (on which lit) itgoqDKUSt ■ffjjpDs 
m ly liaie been a rIosb) I liavc long siispeefeil that in Ijrl lay con- 
Lciled the noun jrejrJlro (ef 674), so iieceaaary to eoinpleto the sense of 
the ]>as&age and of nhicli the Scholiast supposes an ellipse. But such .in 
ellipse would be strange mleetL Cf. 674. m yag tbv tvSvz^ga tiSjiXov 
ai/Tnas j ^XQtav — Tl e paasftge I snspeet, should nin soniewliat in this ninn- 
uer- Tfo jcFi/frous ^"7X9 "'^'o on'T«xels ^r/Qoipavtia TriaXca 

itQoifiaau the msa Hern M 1 n Bgk Nek itQoipavau Wnnd. Dinil. 
s r iju red eve h the tre HQoipantq It, bservos, means a 
]retea.t wgoqiavaig a. j ed cl o Tie ilje ti e jcpoipcirob oeeurs bclow 
lloJ 11C3 Me ehe dociiedly oljects to nqoiputc •, in Soili. IlQoipaaig 
s fornel fton ngoipt ivb> I fmeslu foret II (cf n <E1 R. TflO.), ;is 
faaig fron qicuvca Aiioe 12 9 yQa<pa q ipaoflg ^ vSd^fis ^ asTK- 
)<aya Dem ] 793 IC J41 14 %e bo ha ^goqiaa s prelexC eoiiie.1 
1 TiQoipalvdi and noipcce g tro attoqia via Cur Ot 330. tq^tioSos 
aiiotpaa v av o ^a ^os IX vtv Mnsgravc a ggest^ xgoqtQaesi. 

063 Tceqa zfqia\ Sc lou SeovTog fo f f Hker tlia whnt is riy/il.' 
S I ol un^e TJ]* 00 iqif^o aav x^t «i n tiXi la (nli^oi ISr ) row Siovro^. 

Ill J7 1 II \ 1 I 1 r JIT. 

,y Google 

140 ZO'WKyll-:Oi'£ 



(il' d}j T( rav 6(av 'H^kkIsi daQ7j{tazav; 

m6. aS-vfia S' i^l—l 'IJiU I feel » ei-if es (It/ // ) tfl 
(Ell. R. 747. Env. Aiidr, Gl. ipo'pM ^fv sfr s* cJToit^a^od'jjesT M 1 HI 
aTKp qidpos ti nfiaa \ Sicjioivav ijiav Ar 9 Ec I 61 to q d &iaT 
I bI xttivoTOiistv l&Bhjaovotv — zovt ^off ftaliaia SeSo x 

067. ftey' ^X3ipa|«ff"] Perliapa fitya ^?g«c B t cf (EJ C Jll 
TTOuej'ov rda S^txgtt^a. 130. loug t&# ^Kitec^ vtas Escl P s 7 J 
kkI idtf' i^ixQa^sv — ; Ag, 5G8, ZRg/S "/ 1"^'' I ^ "S ''"^ lxjiQa£,a6 
Snpiil. 467. zoB' ivn^a^ra Jipsos. 

an:' cX^iSog xuXtis] 'With n good e pedal o (des j nl Ul ) CI 
El. 1127. roj o aic iXniSmv | ovx rovrcfQ i^fjctfijcav siasS la; jjV Go iijcd 
r^S fVMS "I"' ^nt- ''96- 1^ ^pyow eimlEfCiamn' qiS vf E Ml 
217. of S' aif' qojjjuiJ TioShg \ SvaaXi av Hztjcavto Ac II t M 
ajc npfr^s nal xuXfov ^Qyatv ivSo^avg yevontvovg L cull iG (p ^tgo^ 
ncr^av ajio jisigovos Sway-eatg. Below 87j I| bk vjjiov woflog 

668, OK «)) Tt — ;] 'Surely ml in a y vjaj on ceo 1/ 0/' r pr e 
to HereuletJ' Wimdcr with Hermann g pjlos aita {fron proc v) 1 t 1 
T&v cSm diaQ>]iiiitmv. Anil so appaientlj Scl ol [iij fVBiia av ajctazaXii i, 
SeiqTIlidrwv tw 'HgaxXsi a&vneisi Apite r Ee s tlese words to ^ noi/ 
fiEy' S7i:rp«|nu«, Wakefield conj: otJ S^ nl {'super') t&v amv — 1 
Bhodld prefer ou ^j] anb riov cStv — . Qii. ob 3q Ifyjtg la a (or jtoj s') 
'JTeaKlsf 3rag)ificT«; 'J^eii sdre'y rfo no( mean rf^e.' Or ou 5)J I'jfig coi 
'/fefotUfi" *o)(ij;(iti ;ioii. Or ou tf^ ro Sa^mi. 'HgaaXfi to gov Isid^ 
Deiaiiica Imd sent but one present (G03. 092. 768. 776. 872.) to IIei-cuK:s : 
liut t]ie plural is used also 494. p. S «vil Sioqiov Smoa x^ri n^oeaQuoetei. 
Cf. (Ed. K. 1472. oi 8n %lv<a jtov — ._ Ant.^.580. oti Sjj xov n't y am 
UTOvaav. EI. 1130. ov di] jtot', to ^ev', aftip' {fiol ativug xiiSi\ and "ii 
FUil. 900. 

loli 5(01' 'HQaxXti di»eij(i«liBi'] ' your presents to Hercules.' Nouns 
often govern the same ease as tho verbs from whicli they are formed. 
Matth. Gr. §. 390. Wessel. ad Herod. VII. 10. ad Diodor. I. 4. Ast. ad V\:\\.. 
Legg. I. e, Cf. 603. BtaQi}fi' itifCvm iIvSqi'. Aj. 817. SaQov — ^iioi. 
718. &vit&v 'Atqh'Skis- 589. ^soig — oiftiXSrriS' -Esch. Pers. 620, yy 
rf Kal q>9izotg Sra^ijiiata, 1042. Soaiv kkkciv kukuv Kaxois- Eur. Her. 
762. (iiiviv tji^ x^"*^' xev&-tiv. Hipp. 1400. Xva Si vtinog jratp/. Orcst. 
1643. SiSi TO MvQtiXov jrfffijjj.' ix Si(pgon. Ipli. T. 388. tu TavraXov 
&ioieiv laiiafiata. Pliojn. 948. KaSfiia [KaSjiov the iiisa.) 'naXmSiv 
"AQeos It jiilviiiaTUiv. 878. IniSei^ig 'Ex'XaSi. Arist. Nub. 305. ovyavi'oig 
tt 9rotg SuiQTiiiaTti. Horn. Od. 1'. 55.?. ovx ag ifitXltg \ ov3i &kviov 
X^eea^ai ifiiil xoXov. Herod. Til. 1G9. Mfv^Xtp Ttntagtuiartav. I'lut. 
Entli. 16 A. tor jinj)' njt&v Seiga Tutg 9iots- Ajm!, 3013. ^tg'i Ttif mi' 
9toi Soatv oftCv. Koji", IV. 444 15. ' '- ■ ' " "' 

riig fvxJ}S- S- Miiftb, V.y VITI. 4. i 



tttiliara y' ' aGrt fttjffor' « 

iidtjXov spyov ra nuQUiv4aai Icc^stv. 670 


6CSai,ov, bI dL()axTdv, j| orov ipojiel. 


roiovTiiv iK^t^tjxsv, olav vvv tp^dsa, 
yvvaixtg , v^iv , Q'avfi' dvelziOtov [lad'iiv. 
a yoLQ %ov ivSvxviQa itixXov aprtag 

6«9. moiE— ] '.io Chat never would I advise any one to interest himself 
in nn uncertain matter.' Scliol: mffrt pr^iitOTS tta^aivinaL tivX oStiXov 
nqayftixxo? nqo&viii'av la^si^v, o saxiv kAijI*) Tzeayjiati inixtiQeiv 

67(1. aSjjiov ^eyov] The epitiiet offjjlos ifl iiiiido to agree by nn cml 
Inge of cjiac ivitli TiQo&vn^av iiistciid of Igyov, according to n aiilfioionth 
common eonstrtictioji. Cf, on Aj. 8, Perhaps fpyou y' aS-^Xoi Sef St,]i 1 

Sgyov A. K. L. T. vulg. ?Qj<av B. 

rp] Twi L. ira T. Perhaps tov. 

671. ti SiSoTi^ov] 'If it be a matter to be revealed: Cf. lA PLrlixpa 
ft Sidanta y' . Cf. 64. SiSa^ov, /i^iEp, el @iSa«ta (loi. 

i| oTOo] 'Froia what cause, wherefore.' 

S72, olov, Tjv iptfOtam, — _] Cf. (Ed. R. 1290. S-ia/ia S' siaotliH ti^z" 
roiovrov, otov »al OTvyovvT inoi-xrieai. Arist. PI. 349. Tioiog rts; — 
Oios — Tiv p.iv 'xatoQ&iaatofiiv, fv TiQattiiv asc. Wiiiider (seo his Emend, 
p. 47 f.) absurdly corrects olov av rpgdaai, cqiiiv:ilciit to axfrt ipQaeac/i 
aVf '((( narraturunt me pulem.' Erf. conj; olov i«<pg<iea. Qii, ofoii vvv 
qiQaaca — . 

av the mss. Br, Seh. Neu. Harm. Hurt. HoLii. Rgk. rjv ErI'. ])iiid. Ni'k. 

673. Vfitv A. K. L. T. vnIg. ^(itt B. 
■Saujli ] 'An object of motder, a marvei.' 
aviXni-aTOv] av IXtzictov B. 

aviXMOzov p,a&eiv] So (i9*. aivii^ltjTov fiaS-tiv. 

lia»Biv A. K. Harl. v. 1. in scliol, AM. vulg, Trrt&itv li. T. Ven. 
nnii Scliol. J.a§si:p (siipr. ft * » in. pr.) I,. Scho!: ^avjiaetov «ai oroii 
ouB «i' rts Iliri'Joi jTK&sri', y^. 5i Mat jia^ttji. Perhaps orov, iji' q)gaaia, \ 
So^ti, yvvBtxse, 9tiVji — fiafl'tri'. Or oioi', i/v qigaaa, \ yvvai-nfg, 
viiiv &avii' avilictOTOv SoKstv. Or otov, ^v ipqaoia, \yvvatxfti, viiiv, 
■frwuft' avilmarov Xa^siv. Or — v(taq &nSfi° KveXTzicxov la^ti^v. Or 
rntlicr olov vvv qiQaeia — tiad'ttv. In T. the stops are iiiatlccd thns; 
yuj^aiKee u^ti, d'aiji — . I liad long since hit upon la^fCv, before I 
was awaro tluit it was the originnl reailing in Tj. DIndorf tliinlis the 
reading lafietv camo from G70. MaS-tiv and Xa0ecv lire confoimdei! Arist. 
Ell. 995. and olBOwhere; (icf&ijs "n(I ^a^jie E!. I(i39. Cf. Phil. C87. to*e 
d'KUfi Sx^i fiF &c. Ant. 254. naot S'avfia d'vojE^iES irorp^f. EI. 928. 
i&a-Sfta To^ p, vnigxtiai, Eur. Ion. 1142, ^ffiifiai Kv^piaaatff opaB, 

674. 101' fvSvttiga 'nfnXov'] ' Tie innrr or under i;arment.' I. e. %i- 
rmvn. ('■( 7r,;i. (IrtS Fv. 473, ;[(T-mr ujrfigog ^I'fi'iTijpKis (^jn^iirijs f'ocii'?) 


EO'hOkylEO r£ 

-' tvtoov nuKiQ 

•AuxAi'. Ft, :i'A. xfxluOVi tt fijaai. majrluviii tUi-iiytviti HL) t' tTcbiSvtu^. 
jEstHi, Euui, 062. yoicixo^BJiiois ivSurotg lu^tiittict. Hicucli. (Mciu. U. 
843.) xn^va — Inivdvir^v. 8. John. E», XXI. 7. toi' ItiivSvttiv Sit^a- 
onto. Uiiiler garments were siiid ivSoia&tit , outer ant's mei^aXXec&ai 
or a/irfiipaXXiaS'aL. Compave iv3vtia, tvSozog, and the L^itin 'indnniiim' 
Fur nijiXov Ha ;m artiule of nuile mtire cf. on 002. Cf. 759. ov {ni-nXov) 
HEti'Os IvSvg. Qii. at ya^ tov ivSozrjv iiieivav ctgrimg (gl. jtSTclovj. 

075. IxQ^ov] 'i mearet!.' Cf, (i89. 832. Eur. ^^e^l. 785. toioinSc j;?/*?" 

ft(iy^t' ofos ivtigra (sviigai L.) soxai tlio mss. vnlp. Bgk. f'ey';i' 
o^oS suf^poti Tio-KBi Tolck. ad Phmn. S'Jl. Br. tfpy^r' o/oe ivt^ev "O''^' 
Wiihcif. Hpyqe o/os tvigov jtokos T.oIj. (nd Aj. 801.1 Wiind. (v. Emejnl. 
ji. -10 f J Dind. aeyqz ola^ «u£oou hok^j Hart. aQyiJT olos eve^ip otukw 
Solm. aQyiji' olog svti^ov xonov (sul), Ifya) Erf. Henii. l)ro)j. Hcniil. 
H^yqr' o/os rufpof siokoi' (tlie oecuHiitive, anecooding, an elsowlitre, iiu 
otlier cose) Einial. ad Her. 093. and ad (Ed. C. 1436. Lob. prob. Bluiiil'. 
Gl. Agara. 113. Hey^t' (so. Hjmlor) olos svtlqq) jtoKra Ken. Apitz. Ell. 
and {sviqov) Nek. ftgy^s o^os tvifei? jio'koj Dcederl. ad (Ed. C. 475. Tlie 
cliief difficulty of this passage lies in the word «gy^r'. Dind. and uthurs 
defend tlie elision of the dative ai)ytiz , though tliej iillow it to he a very 
umiBnn.1 one. The questiun of the elision of I in the dative singular is 
carefully examined by Elmsley nd Herael, 093. Person, Monk, and others 
admit of this caesura; while Elmsley, Lobeck, and most critics disulluw 
of it. Cf. on (Ed. C. 1435. M^lt. Pera. 856. vvavztatBiv naiS' liia 
(jirtiS' l^lv Lob. &e.) TceiQaao^ai. Eur. Ale. 1137. xal S^ it^ozsCvra [sc. 
XitQa), ToQyov raj nffpftrdfioj, (In which passage Wunder Em. in Track, 
p.49. not improbably corrects Popyof ■»$ KaQotojiSiv, coll. Apollod. 11. 4. 2. 
aTteazqa^Hivat (Perseus) — ItaQazofi^atv aizriv ) Iph \ 814 ovzut 
Stivag iji,7imzm«' Igets | zijeSa azQariiai, EXlaSt y [EXltcS Pois ) otjt 
Kvsv ^sSiv. IJl'EXXaS ho tlic tnie reuling we must consider it is m 
accusative (cf. (Ed. C 942) with Elmsley id Hencl 093 Add , who ho« 
ever (ad Med. 93) prefert t> ruid — ouk avv &tav ticos ) Fnr it. 1 
Fr. VI. a (ill yae Iczi za Tclvrj^ o nXovmOi \ 6iSnaiv Plulemon Ii 
74. K^oasati — iw jiEvrjt aniazla bophocl in Epigr ip ithen SHI 
<i04 D. <!oX S% ipitovv^ tztoav \ BoQQai ta/iiXtjas In Homer wi, knl 
Xftqs 3^ i^ oQVt^-' OSiatti iiid aez e untogiva IvaXiyxtov Qi 
t'xei'O'' t wgy^S o^os su pow JTcnOi Or u j«p zov svSvziiq ?j;piov «(i 
zias I aQy^zi jitJiXov oiot, [itQoi jiokib Oi e/gyijii xaTlxQKi olot 
eoigov JtOKM. Or Kjyijios o^og fvsgb>''xgioii itoHOj, Or i^Qiov agytjq 
oibi (vigia icoxa. (Bergk also proposes agyijg.) Of these eonjectarea 
the fir^t appears to me the most prohable. '^py^e is a suitable epi- 
thet for xoxog, and likewise svSQoe fur ois. Cf. .^sch. Eum. 44. Xi^vii 
inyiaza (?) eotfieoviits {azfjiiiivov, | agyijzi fiaXXai. Ag. 1389. ivTiaitots vo- 
fifufiaoiv. Em'. El. 513. oXv ii,tXKyxi^ov jiomoj. Compare also witli this 
passage (Ed, C. 476. o^oe viiiqu vsonuvMV (icllra Xa^iov (for so I read). 
Those who refer a^yTft to seTiXuv aiay appeal to lloiii. II. y .419. ^i/ 
S't vBTaaxojibvti {-KoiXvibBuivri'/) ravoi iiQyiiri. <p(/fivm, iiiid lo Ajiollodn- 


TI'.tXINhll 1411 

rial' ixros, rUi' iSfffriiv f'g RVTor' ifjfti'vci . 

xnl ty xkt' nx^Kg (Tiri./ff'iJog. rag S' si'Syg (iititv, 

HIS (II. 7. 7.), wUv calls the tunic in qiieHliuii XatutQu ie^ijs. Cf. 0(L 
t', 234. Diit tiio [losition of tlie epitliet 13 nitlicr against tliis uoiiHtnictioii. 

Kgy^i'l (Ed. C. 670. lOf Ksy^rn Koliovov. Hoin. IL y'.41D. lavm 
n^y'ijTt ipauvm. &'. 133. KpyqiK usenTiroii. ^scIl, Ag. 103. 

svii^ifi (iiiEi'pio L.) the iDBB. Tulg. ivelQov Vatck. ail Fliceii, 99i. t^'- 
t'(inu Lob. ad Aj. 801. Dind. Nek. fVE^o) Schn, Gl: fuicoxra, Cf, AHst. Av, 
lai. ef were ^to'iii' cpqaoetai ^fitv evcQOi'. (Where the meti'e ronuirea 
KBBgov, aod tlie Schal. on that passage pronounces this to ho the Attic 
form.) Crfttiu. ap. Sebol. Arist. Av. 121, ylmaeiiv sviQuiv fiozmv. Hesych; 
Evt^Qoi , BVTiatt^. Phot, p, 29, d. EvtiQOv . evigiov. Fhryn. in Itekk. Aneeil. 
p, 30, 18. tiseoe S'Cs, Kai- evesov tfiatiov . ovx svi^iov. Itl. in Eclog. 
p. 14G sviQiav III] lays all iVQOV t(t«tiop zQiavlXa^tag kciI ztoglg 
Tov T. Wliere see Lob Elmsley id Hei 693 maintiiins the form iveiqos. 
F.veiQos ippeaib tj be the oil Ionic form rhiib Tlippocr. IX. 849 C. iv 
f/ffim Miltjatio oie tteigotaifa A T VII iqita tvBiQOratra. Horn. II. f'. 
1.39. s^pojTOKOis olseet IloroJ I 195 elgtveov (al. igtveov) Kt9wPa. 
Ilcsiod Op 234 iIqojcokoi 9 oifg fiaXloii ««tK|3E^si*noi. WakeficM 
cites Lcomdas Tartnt Epgr flS notasvig — aiyae veuEigovg sit- 
PtiTiavrfs o'ff Eur El 70o tsQva xaliiwoxov 

•no-Aia (supr oh) T jrojji' A 

6761 to — lott —1 bo Hor bat I 1 ll nemo, qiwm nbi sur- 
leitt \seu latto dedent sea fors objecenl ilia | timtenbin vivat'. 

loir] lor \cu Qu toft or o* , 01 nag (698.). Or i,h,)uld 
no read i^rjipavintai! Certaiidy rour seems unsuitable, ivlLothcr we read 
TTOHOS Ji Jtoxoj Xho neuter is hero put thoug-li a masculine noun had 
preceded Cf (El Iv 542 tl 13fi6 \iit 650 (Ed. C, 597. Horn. Od. /('. 
75. vs<pilq 3e [iiv ajiipi^f^riHsr | TiVttvtrj to iiiv ovnoz' f'gojEt". 1'. 350. 

^qraviiSTttt A k L tec ijipavtaro B T 

^H finqov jT^os 01 Stvoi, —III nn u led tot ly imylMng tnithoiil (for- 
lifjn 1.0 itsellj . bchiioid. Ukes ov6gvoi, tin .i aeutir, Mcinoke (on Ant. 
|i. 46) for a masc. The former is righL Domestic aniiniils seem intended, 
;i!> dugs, fowls, &c. 

677. xSiv svSqvI liather rmv iK-cog, in oppositicn to f^ rrfiToh. Cf, 
113'i. KUTij jipoE uvTt/g, nv8evog ngog ^utotiov. llenverden, I find, pro 
poses tho same correction. 

fStOTuv} Ant. 2oe. 

nvTOv A. tciiov B. K. T. avtov (sie) L. 

678. Kal ip^l lilomfield in Mus. Crit. 1. 191. corrects niiiptj. Cf. Eur. 
Ipb. 'f. 311. a^Qov t' aitBiptt (ajisilrtj Ehnsl.). Meineke eonj; ipi/ 
«Ki<iKQag OTtilaSag ('pmiimenli lapides fimdiius comndnidl') or — aitiXaSa' 
Xiag flSjjg. Nauck suspects n«l ipy kwe' ukqus mrilaSoe, oljscrving that 
ipiio) is always found In a transitive sense. Weckleiii proposes ^vjkio* 
(for ttal ijjii), coll. 698. «BM'i(i>j«iKt x&ovi. "lutranHitivum tp^g milio raodo 
tolerabile", lie observes. Scliol: xarattinPtai itni gtf %til diKluSTn* kjio 
too liQov SiaQQiov. Mnsgr; 'xlillat, g'llliittia deri'/ir. Diit the usual 
meaning of ipijv is 'loriiJj, wipe, 'jr<ne\ not to ?vieiiti<in that this intran- 


15(1 zo'i'OKjiiori: 

(i Toiit' mQfijc&i}- (ifttof iXTii'oi liiyi'i'. 

iybi yCiQ av {> %t\Q fis KtvtnvQOs, nnvcitii l>HQ 

ffKp^)(« &sC(iaJv o^Mv, aXk irtwgojDji/, 

sitiYt list ul till, \ctl la iiUicr auspicuu'i Porhtps tlpref m w •,! 11 
rc3.<\ ipi^X^fv Cf 6'J8 ^fi TtavadijXov •xai.xaTBlpjjyTai. x^o"! J-'' an" P' 
ipHX^tv to lah (I iDii to euiiii (a koine) occurs Ariat Ir 135 \eii Ln 
V 5 Cf Loll Plii>ii p 234 But the aimple vcib is not sulhciciit hen. 
l)io iddition ot «arK or some otlid piep bepms reqnir&l Bcsidea lie 
wouls Kar' nHptib irattla^os cannot very well depend eithu on iptj v 
iliilX&'tv, or on <p&ivei I tbinlt therefore the tiiie leading mint In, rm 
QH, a.', in 6i)8 Dindorf ivoll expliims ipfi by diffluil 

■^fj ^ulg Bi ip^ Siih &c ip^ us £i;, iiui;, xv)f &l bet. M llL C i 
fe 49 n 2 Itdttm Or & IOj u It Lob id rlujn i Gl I i n tin 
loot, Uciu to wliidi iri. iJiBtoi aiil ifKuw, comt, Vi«q5«0DS, i^f&ioi, U-i/ifOi, 
Tprtmios, and a hoit of otlitr wordi 5*5? contracteil fioiii yian i 5,1; 
from £a£i 

Mar' a»eaK ffjiii«3os] 'Down ike ^infate (or edi/e) of Ike iloni. Ct 
iA 7J4 tTitjiqv aKQKV (coll 720) Dcianini, it geoms, Itad placed lUe 
flock upon 1 bmoo til stone Herminn and Wundei expHm oniAag 'gluit 
) e (jnvel &chol cog ovp iitl Xl&ov 9tiitv}j avto touio qnjai Qu vfT 
MQUg tjjtjx&tv. 

ifjini'l Qn. 10 Jr«r, ' T/ic wkola mailer'. 

fiTO. fiei^ov tnzsvii Xoyov] I. e. '/ will relale at grealer leiiylh, mvic. 
fill';/. CI*. Aj. 1010. fi!) ti£vt iiaxQuv. UOi. qffij xoXug Ixtiraiai XQO''"ii- 
Msvli. Kiun. 105. jimg 8qi zoaovrov fi^nog i*zti.vov Xoyov. Proin. 517. 
TjSv It ^a^aaXiais zov {-nicii'?) fimipoji zelvsiv piW fljri'tft. Kiir. Ifei-. 
1153. jiti p,aKQ0Vi zflva Xoyovq. Plat. Soph. 317. Ititi-ivavta anoiiij^vvfiv 
Xoyov <itij;j'(ii'. Ilerod, VII. 51. TtXtvva iyi-c'Cvat Xoyov. ULon. Hal. 11. 41. 
(tatL^iii e^ituvav diijyijosts. Horat. Ep. ad Pis. 346. 'longam iiruronat 
aeoum.' Blomf. GI. Agam. 389. More coaciaely expressed (tjjuwfiii Xoyov 
(FA. C. 1120. Cf. oil Aj. 1040, For ^ei^av' perhaps jittooov'. 

680. Tlie words Kivzavsog — yXo>%ivi. are suspecied hy Naiick, 
Ttovi)v\ ' Suffevinii , in pain''. Scliol: alyiav. 

681. lEiKpy yl(in;rv(| 'From the skarp arrovikeatl' . Aj. 1034. TiinQoh 
nviiSovTOS- So in Uomor wiKpos oiezos. See Buttin. Leiil. T. 1. p. 17. 

yXtaxtvi] 'Arrow', a, part for the whole, for tlio word strictly ineaii!^ 
the point (avlg) ofaniirrow. Ilom. IJ. <o'. 274. «iro yXeixCva S' siiafiipav 
(i. e. exlremum lorum). Compare the word yXSsaoK. 

TtQQvSlSa^tno] The middle form here exorts its propoi- forcf, 
'imtriicUd me (for the furlkeriaiee of his own designs)'. nqoSiSaajiciv 
octiu-s also Aj. 163. Ph. 1015. Arist. PI. 687. o yoQ tegeie avtoh /if 
TiQovSiSd^azo. Nub, 472. 987. So 7iQoiiav»avnv Phil. 688. Arist, Nub. 
967. Ui/oStSaeKeiv ' pi-odacere' , and SiSubkhv 'doeere', differ somcwluit 
in sense, aa shown by HtitUb. ad Plat. Gorg. p. 154. Cf. Valek. a<! Hei'od, 
VII. 50. Blomf, GJ. Agam. 889. Compare 750. itgov^trpifoo. 

68'i. 3i«p^»n] '/ htive lei slip, have lost'. Qn. jitiQiCv,a (ef. Pr, a05.). 
Cf. Ant. 1193. itovSiv jrorpljflro T^e iflij&e/cs rnos- 

&ti!iiaiv] ''If Ms pie-Kriptioi. 


to (pripitttxiif rour' ttJtVQOV KXttvog r ih't 

ovdiv the msH. vul?. I aiiuulil iii-efer nvA'iv , witli Waktl. But cf. 
M] Ph. 131. 

fODjJo(ijji'] iamt^Ojiriv L. 'I kepi theai in mind, in uii/ ■memOTtj', Cf. 
El. 1257, (tfij^ou Tttde. Arist. Vosp. 1055. unJ za voijiiaza amtta&' avtiiv. 
Kur. Siippl. 016. a #' av jia^i) xaig, rnurn etoSea9^ttl■ ipiXti \ ngog y^^ag. 
ITel. 27i. Hipp. 301. Baeoli. 782. ami on (Ed. K. 318. In Plat. Philch. p, U. 
Iivijinj ia defined to be ala9>jesras eantiQiu. Cf. also El. 003. 

683. Z"'l''^K — Seltov] Pollux VIII. 125. Siltotg jialxafg rjoav Tta- 
lai ivzervjuafiivot ot vo/ioi [as liere Qfa/iSiv] of mcqI tmi/ UqSiv kk! 
Ttaf natgiiav. Pint, Alex. 17. Schii. The wonls xalniig Ik StXtov depend 
■lu SvaviTTzov. Stiiclr fiisgiuia^a ocn fioi 3r«(iijyystlf)', oioci'tt tfi'lrp 
);f(lK^ ?roiioa iyntxaQayftiva. Cf. Fr. 535. &es o iv ipgtvbs fffXroioi. 
TBus ^(loiis ^oyoog. Pliil. 1325. inijia — yifdipon vpfffvatv ecia. Mnvh. 
I'rom. 81-1. 1)1' £yye«g)Oli 8ij pvijiioaiv Silzoig ipgtvSiv. Eiim. 265. SfXro- 
YQacp^ ^i Ttavz ^laana (qu. xavrti vafia, (Ed. R. 300) ipQfvC. Cho. 450. 
Tninui' ttnovBiv h qjgeuti' | ypaqiou. 

68i. This line is condemned as spnrions by Wimd. (v. Einend. p. 196 1.) 
Hind. Hart, Bgk. Weekl, I think rightly. Cf. 688. KaSgwv zoiavza. 

zoiavz' k'Sgaiv} Qii. ravt' avz' id^mv. Or toiavzn SqSv with 

fiSo. ro ipaQiiaxoji — ea^itv ?iif] ' Thai I shoiUd preseroc this remedy <^c' 
This depends on nQov&iSa^azo. 

KJiopojil '/4t a distance from the fire'. Schol: aTfQOOitiXaozov Jtupos. 

atixivos — ix&iY,tov\ 'Ontom-lied by the warm solar ray\ Cf. 601. 
607. Arist. At. 1001. ovS' av QesP^H 'Xv£yovt qf(«e anxXg zriXcrvyiig &aX- 
jTEt. And for the construetion ef. 23. Ant, 1221. xpejinonji' nuj^cos. Waku 
iicid qnotes Prop, El. I. 0. 17. 'cero nee emij/eris igni'. Hor. Od. III. 13. !t. 
' Te fliiyrantis atrtix hora f'n!U'«' conj. Wakef.J Cunieiilare \ nescit tanfiere'. 
Virg. .^n. II. G48, 'me — fidminis iif/tamt neiitia el conligil igni' &<.-. 

t' iidd. A. B. ora. K. L. 

es6. SiQii^t] e-spfujs L, 

sv nvioisi Ijat. 'in inliiitis wdium partihim\ Cf. Ant. 1293. OQav 
aiigtciiv ov y«p iv ftfjoTj i'zi. Eur. Med, 398. 'E««njs fH));ors I'fi/oiioo'i' 
eazias £ft^s- Hoi. 326. ontow Iv fivxors. Hoc. 1040. Ion. 239. II. ip'. 440. 
Od. 1)'. 346. 

e^^iiv ^(if] 'That I shaidd preserve'. This depends on jrQoiSi^d- 

^"^"^ , , , 

G87. sms — aQ/ioaaiiii] Dein. p. 031. oiix il^xoiiiv — uzov Kparoi"- 
litp, fi»S xoiiioit^iiiSa zii ijiiftEgn avzav. Plat. Pliitd. 50 D. TirgcB/iivn- 
jiev — ¥(ag avoix^f^l lo Seeiimz^Qiov. 101 11. Hop. VI. 501 C. LcgrB. VI. 
753 C. and on Arist. Eq. 134. 

av the njBS. vulg. Horm. Sulin. v,p Elmst. in Qiunt, Rev. XIV. 45;l. 
■\Vnnd, Dind. Nimok. Illoiiif. Gloss. .\g. 1410. Cf. on 3.''K<os "p would 

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151' m'POK^IFJiri' 

xi'.i)(iav ToiKvic. vi'P <)\ i>r' i,i' hiiyi:<>j{i>f. 

fy_Qitia jiti' X(iT 01X01' ii' (ivxws ''t^''if>>i 

lirelXa, flWtfreere XTjjffc'ow jinrov kcip'tiv. ft"' 

Kfcd'TJXK OVflZTV^CiG^ AXufinls ^^MH' 

xotl&t ^vyrcffTQC) doipov. aantQ sidnri. 

require .i sulijuiittivi: to folliiw, nut an uj>bilivi'. Wniidcr i^itljur sii!.|"i'l ■ 
the eutiri; line. 

KpTi'j^pioior I 'Fresh laiil on or siircmV. Oecuiii nuwliurc 

(588. K«3(K0ji totftin.' \ Obseivu tlie pleonasm, I'ur mji Tnirfur' fVipm 
liad just iirucedeil G84. Su tu jVj. 500 f. -tcii tig jtmeoi' TtQoerf&fyiie/ rt'i- 
ajtoiiBj' sosf — TOittvT egti: ng. But ot on G84. 

Di' ijr igyaOTSOv] '■Wlicn the dted miis to he done, when Ihe lim:- fui 

689 fzeiOtt pXv — v.c-»iiii<i\ rf \j 1 «fi pJiF SidoQy-d o 

— eo* Q xe ( 't sb p ) — ^ 

^dfil e#— LJ fSp4SSpii 

e&ij (El 1 foe * e& A t ai t q& fti i 

51) & W a d tl li f Jty I 1 tb J t / 

H I S (I, ( Em d. p 196) I 1 ht f th fii 

t g a Cf t r 645 ?f (I * I ej (t I fl-pw 

(\lkDllflii SPP f> mlh 

iL hj t f IP Q j;e f ( le ^ye=) ^ 

3 ,11 S — O xe % hi ei) « /I e ct CTl B t 

fl e y 11 1 1 til bj t tl gl tl 1 t t 

I a fi ] I fi 1 d ^ f ;[ s A t (Pli I 1 IV 57i) /A 

e n t d e ( 11 6SG) H nv 1 p t y It ^ ; ^ ft 

6Sfi 4 t 1 J3 f 11 I t 1 ^y 11 e. ( {. 


ejoij ^j/' 'if fl k hi CI 

Ag 97S I d ;; > 1 Ag IOC leq/i ij 

1047 ij p is**!' ; !?P I i^ 

ny I e f f ti i i i i 

by W d ( tin d I 1981 

^ Z TI } ^ P h ea II XI s fl k f I 

601 »n ] #1) L Cf CEl C 1155 ffi; I % 

ft g ] /I >?| 1 I ni H. 1 Cl Dpi 1 All 

P 8 1 Q — fimi ( f 1 ; M ) O \ t 

> 8fK) Ph re t H fl » P '^6 

X H ijli ] Or f k Igll f th CEl 1 111 x } 

S iSotv El 36 s t d 

IJyp]/ A?/oui i& /( ff- T 

Illyyl 62fehl^6l ^ (i 

Gl. ^jjKij, jHPaPtCti). Xen. Cyi. ^11. p. 109. If ^yaOTQOig arijaKpriKi, 
lif' aita'iav htianfvaeai (ewiaxsjiaaai?). Tlio dative of place (of. 7), un- 
less the true reading be aoiioj 'v SnyKaipai. Of. on 564. Arist. PI, 65H. 
aviiQ ytQiav ipvigS: 3-nJ(firE!j (qu. V d-aX.) Xov/itvog. Lys. 913. liq. 367. 
Saigoy] 'Tlic gift,' Dependent on ^XQioa .laA i&ijxa. 


ri'JMM.II. U\'. 

<l(pQK<iTO>' , fcS,l'ljljiltjT.OIf KV&QfOTta ftf'.^Fiv. 

ro yrtff xcirny^LK xvyx^^^ qC^kOh nag Wri 

[r^g o/(>s, ft» 7CQ0V%Qif)V, is /lierjv rploya,\ 
hyxtv i? rjlmriv' rog iV' f^tiXxero, 

633. a^oetfix'i"i!t<] '/leliirmiin, on my return.' Cf. Aj. ai)5. aitagaq 
«?i9-(S ^s do/iovg JtiiUv. So «q>iKi'sre8'ffi (v. Scldl. nd Eiif. El. 6.). 

SiQiiop,ai iptstiv] qjfjfffio: iieQKniiKi Niiuok, I tliiiik, liglitly. Cf. K], 
1466. fif'Ao^it g)KBfia. 

ipixzir] 'A thing, an objecl.' Iti which sense wo somis times find 
fjios, loyoq, ami giiiia used (Aj. 12Q8. <E<I. R. 1U4. (Ed. C. 443. 1150.). 
Wnndei; rightly esplaiiis! 'rem de qua dklliir.'' Cf, on 260. (Ed, C. IISH. 
Suhol; q>tsvtaafia, rpavrKelav. Who perhapa road ipaatv, which is pru- 
posed by Reisko and Mnsgravo, Cf. on 663. Perhapa &iav (Tr, 23, El. 
1455. Ph. 5S6, 656.) or TiQUt. Of ipaa^a {%iiv^n) Sfpnofifii. 

694, alpQac^ov\ ^ Vnlooked for , iinea-pecled.' Cf, 1057. aipQiietoi rpdf 
xtSy. El. 1262. Ijcii Of vvv a^Queteis aiXitTvis r lafCSov. .^aeh. 
SiLppl. SO, Eur. Hipp. 820. lojXlg atpQuaTog. Ilcayoli: aq)</tt(!TOJ> . (rago 
porjtov, mate lir/Ssvu vo^eiti. 

K^vjipkiiTov — 1 '/nconeclvable for atnait to undemtand.' So 67.S, fl'nuji' 
uvskaiatov iitt9^Cv. JEscli. Cho. 164, (v^vn0o2ov toS' iatl nttfit 3o|(v 
B€ii. Prom. 720. o^ yaQ tv^aiog Jiegav. Ariiit. Av. 1713. nalXog oi' 
•ptiTOv Xiyem. Eur, Med. 668. iioqirareg ij kkt uvSqic nvii^Klfiv fWij. 
Above 223, pXs^nv IvaQyn- (Ed. R. 702. yivog ~ citIjjtdv — o^nv. jEsth. 
Pers. 404. iji<pavt£g ISttv. 

ali'fiPI'Ji'"'] Lit. 'Hesperling which iC is impfmsible io offer any eonjecljirc' 
Arist. Ran. 930. n ^vn^aUiv oi! quSiov. Cf. Pr. 350. aitXaetov K^vfi^XriTOv 
f^(9Qfiliaii.riv. Mavh, Prom, 775. rjS' ovx et' E«|i!(tpiijros ^ XQtjeiiiaSia. 

695, ttatayiiu] Properly 'apiece of spiatwool, or worsted.'' Tim; Ka 
ray^it . fqCov is«aa(Ltt %tti fi^Qvtiti. Ilesych: itatayiircTn . fii]Qveii,aza 
^^I'nt; ij MtzKaTiaiiiiitTa. Ennt. p. 1399, xnicryfin lo KaTtigyaai^evov f(itop. 
Plat. Polit. p. 283 E. tav tisqI ^cfvztitrtv iQyav iiriKvv9tv re xal exov Tclavog 
Uyofitv slvKi, vaznyiia ti. Arist. Lya. 58S— 4. !Froin Knztfytiv 'lo spin.' 
Plst. Soph. p. 152 E. laivstv unl urtTiiyHV urti vtgyti^fiv. In Latin ' de- 
liiicerr filum.' Cf. 690. Valck, ad Ammoii. 11. 0. Kiihnh. ad ■['iin. p. 153. 
Here simply a piece of urool. 

Tiag] 'Somehow or other, 1 know not how., hij r/miire.' (Ed. C. 1157. 
TiQoejtEaovia snog 

696 rqs olog] Perhaps for loi- ^f)iov. Tib, II. 4. 28. 'el nlveiau Tyria 
iiiiirice tinyfl ovem.' Qu. rov ninlov e> jcgnvXQinv — . 'Plus line is con- 
demned as spurious by fiubi Wund. (v. Emend, p. 197 f.) Dind. I'hf! 
article rng before o^og is snsplLious. 

ngovXQi.ov\ nQOvXQfiov (aie) L. So JiQov^(q)Uien 759. ^vveiijii,' 1121. 

^6 fiiffjjc rploya] Is utajjv %S'6vu (!) Hart. Bgk. Schol: iQQiiptt vtco 
toicov xaraicipfiavontvoi' {naiaXafnioiitvov?) vno TOil -^Xiav. Cf, fEd. 
R. 1425, ipXoya — avaittog ijit'oii. Seneca Here. (Et. 726. '■medion in ignes 
solin el claraia facem.' Also above 685. 

697 aitrlv is ^XiriiTiv] aurlvoe ^XiioTiv Both, Dobr. (in, Ig jiia/jv ipXoya 
fvKrii'K 9 rjliiativ- Or m npnuXQiaa tov nfitl.ov ufofjr | anrCv Fg riXi^riv, 


Ill I i-(vi>nh ir.orx 

Qtl nup r'idiiXtii' xfd xaTtipifArai x^'"'' ■ 
{loptpij (inhGr' fi'xKt>Ti>v SSTf. jiptot'ii,- 

toiovde Ktttat- XQOJtSTtg. ix Si yrjs, ti&Bi' 

3tQQVXSIv\ tiv(ti,BOV0l- Q'QOflfttaSSiS rlipf}IU . 

yXavx^S ostaQfcg Suzf itiovos itotov 

f'anAnsto] 'Became (began to be) tuiirm: Ant. 417. I'h. 3S. 

e08. ^Ff jiav vSyjlov] 'It melts entirely out of niij/ii.' CI. 24o. M78 
Eur. Sled. 1170. eaQveg S u% oaziav, luots mvxivav Sa-nqn . \ yva& 
(lot's kS^Iois qiaQftaKioji ansggtov. 

TiiixHiixzcii A. I!, vulg. Kfiif>ij<j:n( K. L. T. Vimn jtciTcnliiix'o- _Cf. 
oil 678. 'Has erumbled awa;)^ Cf. NiCHiitl. Tlier. 62. jj jiQtovtast rniimii ', 
KedeoB aovXvoSovai itKritifiiii&iraii ytVEiOts (suliol: Siatgs&fiea — ^ 
niovEi xataxQicd'Hea). Perhaps natiiliiazKi (from xarrtipiio). Lyu. 6,19. 
ipiastui Ttvgvov yirJ^oj. Antliol. P. IX. 302. si^iafievoq. W!icin;i> iJj!^, 
ilii%lov, ka. See Lob. ad PLryn. p. 254. 

XtovC\ 'On the ground.^ So niSa, yrj, &c. lliirtuug tewiXs rpXoy). 
wdiuli is also proposed by Bcrgk. 

B90. fiopips — ] ''" *'"'/** mos* reseml/liiig (to be compared to).' Scliol; 
fo(jios jijiofiftit |uIou. Perhaps ^ogiptjv, as clfiewhcrc ipuuii', ni^if, 
ytvoe. Sen. 

aazi] a&if.Q It, Cf. on 118. 530. "So ' ailsiimilaitduHt ut' iu Pliintns", 
obaorvcs Schiiind. Moineho objects to watt in the common reading, iind 
conjectures, ms tl wgiopof \ sn^gmiiaT^ ila^lS-^siitg I'ipiasi si aidetu'). 
Qu. IBS ta jigiovog | ht^QaSfim' el §Xi'^Etag. Or mg fl — eta^lt^siag. 
The common reading is evidently faulty. 

KQiovog ix^g^jiar'] In one word jatgangiojiattt (Arist. Uan. 881.). 
eS.v.xgi(!ii<csani-dail {Theophr, H, PI. 5, 6,3.). Fr, 787. ngiovog nXiiydi. 

700. Sv pisVjins A. vulfT. I(ipis^ci«s H- V. Veu. cK^if'wfins K- 
L. T. Qu. d ^lit^iiirig. 

701. toiovhs liiiiat TtQrmfrSg] 'Thus does it (the piece of woolen tlivead) 
He spread out (fallen) on the groiimV Schol; irpojiEite . ^epiftfijjinv mei 
nQoOTitBov xccftaL Cf. 976. Eur. Heo. 152. TiTftpou ngoncfr^ ncig&hvnv. 
Wunder wrongly explains; ^tale erat quod hmaum dejeceram.^ 

o&sv] 'From whence, from the part where.' Herm; "o&ft per 
attriietionem positum propter Jk VIS-" For the attraction in o^sv jigoii 
KEiTO they compare (Ed. C. 1127. §qvtti kcI^&sv (?) o^evizeg rj-xtt^ Horn, Oil. 
«'. 30. axeS69'iv 8e oi ^X^tv 'A^^vij, and otlier passages, none of which 
liowever are quite parallel. Perhaps ofri (Wakef.), or OTtov. 

702. 9poiiPia$cig litpQol} 'Coagulated for elolled) lamps of froik' .^sch. 
Oho. 533. loor' h yalcaiTi &g6ii§ov a7(iatog mtaaai. Eum. 184. *fio!i(T(f 
^QOft^ovg, ovg a(pfilitvaag q>avov. S. Luke Ev. XXII. 44. &go(i|Joi ri" 
(i«tos «(ira^«(i'oi^fs swi i^f y^", W(io(i^os from rgtrpttv. Hesycli : 
Bgoft^ot. nffi« ita%h nent^yoq tag ^nvvnC. Herod. I. 179. &gO]i§ovg 
aarpaXvov. In Latin 'gruiaus.' Cf. on 572. 574. Hartung readK &*?• 
(toiffsis arpgoi. Wrongly. 

703. 'As (they are wont to do) from the rich Juice of the ripe grape, tabea 
poured on the ground from the vine of llacchas.^ Schol: tov yXfHtiovg tov 
cigTimg ir.mite^tvTng Kit) ■o^nv - jibIictb St n vrng iiivog d'i^nog mv, fi 



cjSt' nvx eia tuXkivk not: yvdffrjs nitia ' 
opM 8f [i' ir'^ynv Snvbv i^iii^yecaiiBvijv. 
jro&EV y<iQ Kv jEor', dvrl tov , &v^6xe>v 6 i 

nfaoi i^ffjini, aip^i^ei . yXtivtiiv Si aniaQciv tuv vtov nlvov ilntv Siei 
tIjv laiiTt^oxijTa. Wunder: '/iimd seciis ae si pbifpiis ligmji- uviv viiilnnr 
fpropcie cmrutea:, i. c. nitenlis) if-f.' 

ojcioQaq} 'IVuit of the viae, grape.' llosycli: 'Oamij« . to &fQoe Kai 
TO ftstoxiaQav . KVQitof Si ^ eiaipvXri .. KntajgjjOHMras Se hb( Itii rav 
<ili.Biv aHQoSQVtav. Qm. ylvyit^as onioqns (Oppian. Cyu. I. 465. ylvy.fQo 

nlovoq ^otov] 'The thick rieh Juice.' I. e. ylf.Bxovq. Cumpniu llie 
^pi'igma muila' of the Komajis. 

70*1. xv^^vtos] Pliil, 714. olvoxvTOv nmnaToq, 

fig the inss. vul^ kg Kind. 

pHMX''«S A sec in T, cocr. ^kkie^ks A. B. K. L, &c. Of. on aill. 

010. Elmsl ad Baech d08. Soph. Fr. 239. PrtK^tos pStQvg. Eur. fEit, 
¥i: S>. Tcvxvoii S ffiaXlov ^anxiov To^ivjiaeiv ki:. Moschio Kr, inc. VI. 
'24. sops&l) 3t ^atiiQi j yiuKCf-a jrjjyij. Arist, Eccl. 14. p«K];iW r£ viJ 
fiKEos, Antipli m ithen. 781 D. ^«%%Cov naXaiytvovg 

705 not yvtuarjg Tcseta;] 'What to think or delervdiw.' CEd. C. 170. 
jioi" IIS tpQOVTiSoi lx%-ii; 310. Trof ippsMoi- fl&m; El. 922. ovk oteS-' 
— DRDi yvioiiijg ipeQti- 1174. Aj. 314. Qii. nor )'V(Dfii]s r(>o:nfflj 

706. OQM Se li' —] Cf. El. 471. Sooia fie ToXji^ativ. Aj. 61)6. k«hivi' 

707. -no^ev — avrl too — ;] A double intcn'ogation, avrl tov being adilud 
ill fuvtber explanfttion of Tro&ev After jcoi Nauuli marlta a uommji. Wake 
Held conj: TCoS'ev yig av iror ttvz to 9'vijav.tiv 6 ^Ijg — ; llerwetdou 
<Mirreet8 ito&ev — ij avt'i tov K glitly I think. For ^lo'&sv ('wherefore, 
why') cf. Dem. p. 74D. oir fiK J ov T (lOKQatsi jiffeiecoSrif povXope- 
vnf ito^tv; Plin. Ep. IV 14 o / aeveriures — uiide tid'mV — xcf 
ijuia ttiiddiores samiw.' 

av — nuQEaz'i 'Would have s/men Aj. 119, 

iirtl Tou ;] 'In rebtm fm oiat whe efore'f' 

a ^ij'el The Centaurs were called fl'ijsEB, in Aoolie Gro«k f^Qts. V. 

11. «'. aes. (with schol.) Pind P in 8 

708. \g — v7Cig] 'On a o I of (lij reason of) w/iom,' not 'i-i hchiilf 
of whom,' as Wnnder explains, Cf. on tEd. K, 164. 

ijg] ^is t". Perhjips ^s /- tff- ^'^- ^0- «" v' (v' •""- '^'="-) ''Z"" 
^tf/j — . 663. Zg y' ijXiov t6S' -. 1247. « / nrt^ss- 1364, o? yt -, 
<Ed. H. 853. Of ys -. 

vwsg] Nauck gives vmo, from the achol. Wrongly. 

709. aTioipS'iaai} 'To destroy.' The fut, ajtoipd-iostv [anoqi&isiv) Aj. 
1027. Tliu present is always intransitive, Phil. 467. .^sch. Ag. 857. So 
<p9ivtiv is intransitive, f^Caio If^ma trflnsitive. In the tlm I iH 
short (Tr. W43. CEiI R. 202, 1193.). Cf, on Aj, 1027. 

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T.ov ytiff fialovT.' HtQnxtM' oida xal &ii>i' 

(p&siQovtK Ttdvta xvioSak' ' tx 6e rnvfi' !'f>f 

710. fa-Elyf It' B. K. L. T. V, Junt. JI, mtlyiv^ A. H^ri. AM. '//,■ 
deceioed me.' Ilesych: i^tlyev. ^jtitrK. Horn. 1!. q;', 601. f><i>M il uo' 
t^tXytv 'Jnolliov {vvhefC the Sehol. cxpliiins in liku nuiiitiei). 

wv] 'Ofvphu-h tM«s>i.' 

(i,t%'vcxiQov A. B. T. fis&' vatfQOv K. L, 

711. cpxii"] affna B, '/( tmails,' i. e. tUe knowledge. Sclinl; afp>-i.U 
KQVviiffi] 'I get, obtain: Cf. on (FA. K. 1225. 

712. ipevaS^aoiiat yvafiiig] 'I aliall he deceived in my opinion, he ;/u,v- 
liike«: Aj. 1382. ii' i^-iptvens flitiSos uolii. JEseli. Pers. 47-*. ms i^e' 
f^tveae <feevmv JlfeOKs. 391. yvoifiiis ajcoaipttliteiy. Eur. Iph, A. 71J. 
flnCSos KneeifttXytv. 

713. f|(i(jroq[^fr«e£] ^6k1i. Pel's. 464. %ae a':t«vziov ^^mtif^uqav (iiov. 
Where BIomfleH overlooks our passage. Compare the conipoimils f^reirn^ 
luWt El. 588. ^^tinaUdaesiv El. 1002. iiuipoQav (Eil. C. 1613. fgrtgira- 
QfCa^m El. 1157. i^atpiivai I'r. 72. £|a^i'(iT«o*c! (Erl. C. 561. 

714. 'for i fejiow thai the arrmo Ih t I uek I (N eus) woimilcil even 
the God Chiron: Which accident is 1 t d by Vi 11 d. 11. 5. 4, (wliere 
see lleyne) aad Ovid, Past, V. 370 f. W d pe t ho words rav ytiQ 
^alovt atQCtHTOv , bauaiiso the omiss f th bj t, Neasua, seeina 
nunatiiral. Qu, zhv yug pulovza Of' I { I ) — . But cf. Pliil. 
'290. fior BttXoi \ vtVQOimaSiis atgax g E Rh 312. 

««( Siov] 'Mveii the god: Oy eue g d C! was son of HnUivn 

,turt tho Hynipbe Philyra, and therefoie a demigod (^QoiSi tE*!- f' 65.). 

715. X wantQ av ^iyij A. K, I.. Htrl Alfl. Pors Dobr, j; aenntQ 
av Qiyy B. N. T. Stcph. C;int. Br, j; enti^ av ^lyij Liv, a. xioaujzfQ 
&iy>! Wiind. [v. Emend, p, 50 f.) z^vneg (oi x^^^^s) "^ ^'VV ^^"l^- Krf. 
Sell.' ILitUi. nerm, Dind, Hart, Sclin. Bgk Nek Wetkl. Nauck woiijil 
gladly Hee the passage read thus; X'*''"^? "* ^'W f'*'' ^"'z!?) I 110"'^"? 
diei#mj' ^og tttficroppo'qjos, ] qjfl'sigEi ttt navrn xiiodKl'- s^ ^f t^^' 
?j;s'-. \ Jcas ovK olst tial lovSs; Gl A on av &0I10I: mkI naet {oj 
Pors,) wv 'S't'i'S ^O" 'HeaK^t^tw piAoif, fdf ffj/^eroitog, sfVi frijptW, 
KjroilwToii. Wex (ad Ant. p. 113.) nfWr D edeilun explains laantQ here 
' gnoqiioiaodo , quactmqae ralione' (sivo levi give ^hm vulnere); Hermani) 
'simulatque: [As in Arist. Pac. 24. Ig fiJr yrep aaiise av jfoij rig i) 
KuW, I qiffiiilojs ^qeISsl.] Wuiider defends ;[iB(fo:3r 9 supposing an a(- 
traction sacli as we find in Ant. 546, mjd " fiij "fl-iyig | itoiov esavrijs 
Cf, Eur, Med. T84. xavjttQ lapovaa nodftoi' itfiipiS'ti XB"^! i "fitws oJff- 
tori, nag 9 og av &ly^ KOpljg. | TniaiaSf XQ""" ipaQiiavois tfioptjfinrB, 

716. (p^fiQfi tci Tirivia] Read q^ffefjorTK jrnvTK AVhieli corrcclion, 
I find, is proposed also by PiBhso (Sy II oge p Sdi) inlWecklein. Miisgrave 
proposed fd-fiQcii or qj&s/ptii' (to depend on oiSk) Hut nijit^viivrtt pre- 


TPyJXlNlJl. ITm 

0(fayav StsWav io^ affiurovg (itltis 

JEWS (rvH oAat xal roVrff ; (Jo'lg yovv ^jtfj. 

xairoi, diSoxtai,, xslvus fi tSipaK'^^Sirai. 

tavTij Ovv i!pf*;) xS^b aw&avsiv a/ia. 720 

KvtoSaX'] 'Animals, beasls.' Fi'. 233. ^scb. Prom. 4G2. Eur. Suppl. 
140. Ariat. Lys. 477. &c. 

l« Si toils' oSs — M«l iiivtfe;] The soiisi; of theae words should bu 
this: 'And this liork i/or>/ poison, having pamed (penetrated) through the wound 
of thU (Nes&us), hoxB can it fail to deiiroy also this man (HerculeB)>" But 
the pa'iBage is palpiihly corrupt, though I h^ve not any certain remedy 
to offer, Tlie rejietittoii alone of oSs three tiiiios in one uiid the aiuae 
i-liiuse, nsed of tlirec ilifferent ubjecta ia, nutwithstiinding Wunder'a at- 
tempt to osplaiu away the difficulty, open to grave suspicion. Moreovur 
Wviuder'B HXplaruitioti of Ik rovdt eqiayaiv SteX&^oilv, as eqnivulent to 
tovSe eepayav Sit^sl&av, is by no uipnni satisfactory. Herwerden (A. 
C. p 2-2.) and Meineke coiy'ecture iv. 8h tovSb Sij — . Perfiaps rightly. 
Qu. h Si 9rieos av — . Or {» N^aeov Si Sn —. The pronoim zovSb 
perliups refers to Nusbds. Schol: rov Ntaeov. avrl tov, Sia lou Niaaav. 
Or ralher we should connect ^m loiifli (too atQa-ntov) with Ihs, the venom 
from this arr&w, /laving penelTateil the wound (of Nessus) tf-c. 

717. eipaySiv] 'Wound,' lit. 'slaughter.' Cf. on 573. aaipi^QSJCTov at/ia 
TOiv laSiv nqiayav. El. 37. 568, Aj. 919. ipuflonr' ava — p.gXai'&sv 
atlt' 'ait olneiag etpay^g. 

los atjiatovs ftsXag] 'Black gory poison.' Cf. 572. lav yag aii<pi- 
■frptntov atiia rav tfioiv \ Oifayav Itiiyifg ];£(niii', jj fifXayxoXov | j'|5c- 
Tjisv (?) lov flgf(i(ia As^vKies vS^as, &e, 770. ^o^vios | 1x^9"? ix^'Svjjs 
tog. Aj. 1412. ^elav liivoq. (Ed. E. 1279. (iiXas ofi^pos — at/iazos. 
Uoi. Epod. XVII. 31. 'alro delibiilus liercules | Nessi cnore.' Stat. Theh. 
I. 6GG. 'niyro — eeneno.' For ^os 'poison,' cf. 771. 833. Eur. Ion. 1015. 
Sgaiiovzoyv loe. Bloinfield (Gl. Pers. 467.) shows that the primary sense 
of lo; was 'black.' From log {fifhe) coines, I donbt not, the Latin 'virus' 
(as from iov 'viola,' from is 'vix,' from l^og 'viscum,' from elSov 'vidi,' 
&!;.), and the German 'gift.' 

alytazog the mss. and vulg. atjieuavg Wundur (v. Emend, p. 51 f.). 
Rightly, I think. Cf. on (Ed. R. 1279, 

jiiXag] fityas (i. e. 'mixed toilli') Weckl. 

718. val lovSs] 'Also MmV Hercules. Qu. 'fiov avS^a. 

Soi-Q — itifi K. L. M, T. *o|£( — ^pol A. B. Junt. II. Stepli. Aid. 
yu, S6%av yoiii' ip,^v. 'In my opinion at least,' as rqv iitijv yvtajirjv, 
Kara yi tiiv Iftiiv, &c. Or thus: wi»e ovk oXei »a(iot nasiv; So^av y 
iji^v (or Solii y iiiy). In the next line HetVos is used of Hercules. 
Hiirgcs (Prief. Tco. p. XXVI.) conjectiwus: Mnl lovS'; olef So^i/ y' ffit/. 
Krfi Hal ToVtf'; ?*o^£ yovv iytoC. Supply oXti. 

j'oiji'] yovv ('over y) L. 

719. el cipaljiegxat] 'If he shall fall, suffer.' Qu. tf n miafrc/i. 

720. TBUTjj aiiv aefiTi] 'With (in) this attempt: Suhul : touim t^i 
(qn. T«» dtiTp) tQDTcm, tovxeaii Sia xov ntJiXov. Wundei- reuds ravi^ 
Bvv KM(ig, 'hoc ipso momenta: Wrongly. 

rttiirj) the msa, vulg. Hmni. Ap. Diiid. Wiind. Hcdiu, ligk. rowtij 
Sfepli. Br, Krf. Sell, Ilnil. Nanrk, Cf. A|, 49G f. 


15k SO'M)KAEur£ 

fjTig niJUTinic jii) xiixij jttfpvuivui. 


TuQ{Sttv (itv iqyu diiv' avayxuCtag ixti, 

Tfjv S' iXxiS^ ov X9V ^^S ''^'^X'tS ^Q^vhv ad^Oi,: 

ovx lativ iv lotg ft^ xaloig liovlsv/iaai-v 72.j 


all' Ufifpl toig G(pakelGi [tii '| tKOVGiag 

o^fi^ B. M. N, T. Jinil [aiiiii'. yum. pr.) L, ogyfi A. K, ilarl. Aid. and 
Icmm. Schol. L. ax-uij 'WTinilcr (v. Emenil. p. 52 (.). TJic smiio confusion 
between opfi^ nml OQy^ occurs in El. 1510. ^bcIi. Sept. 675. Theogn. 
213. ncsiod. Op. 302, au^l eleowlieiHJ. Cf. Blomf. iid Ag. 208. Cf. PliJl. 
237. zie ^Qoariyayf (at) xe^ta; rCq deC-'J! El. 1510. zfi vvv o^fiy zsXiia&iv. 
Ant. 135. jK/tvojiiva ^ov opftcf. Xen. An. III. a. il. jicires f"a °9I^V 

721. Cf. 582 f. Aj. 470 f. 

aoMMS xlvoveavl I. c. KaKoSoiovaav (Schol.), 'wUh a had repntfiliua' . 
Eur. Ale. 082. itanag Kiluoi'Tt Hai xuurag ■jtsic^ayoTt. Snppl. 882. naurag 
tloovaa Sia Mvptevijiij* -tatav. Niiuek conj; nffiKtoe Min'oucii'. 

722. Tc^otip.^l 'Cores, in ansdous.' Nauek coiij: uotts — mkkos. 

723. avayyiaicai fjiei] Arist. Pac. 334. Vesp. 2fil. 

724. 'Dill it is not rii/hl to judge of an expectation hefme Ike event: 
Scliol: ov %^i\ S'i Ttqo r^s fx^doEoig ai^sla^ai ta Seiva. Britnck: 'sell 
ante ewitiiia xpea abjicienda non est'. Or the construction may perliaps be; 
'but it is not right tJiat empeetaltvn should Judge before the event'. For ov 
■Waltofield reaila a» , hut he suspects some verb, in the sense o( cato^aXltiv 
or TCQo'iivai, shonltl ho substituted for ughfiv. Qu. r^v S' — Ttjs luilS 
TiQoisvai, 'but it is not right to abandon one's hope for- the rextdl'. For 
tills middle sense of finis cf. on 111. 

1^6 tvxtii — Ktiffog] (Ed. C. 418. irBpos toujioS Tto&ov, Aj. 73. 

726. qns ««!. — apogsKef] Read — jrgo^fJ'B' '^'' •"ntJier ^iis ««»' — 

9Qaao%] 'Ground of confidence'. Cf. El. 4t)4. ^XHS u Q-aQSos loi'i^f 
TOv tnppous JTSpt; 479. vaitsii jioi Spaffos- Eiir. Hoe, 370. our' tljri- 
(Tofi — opra I &dgaog- 4G9. ovtoi 9'Qaeos xaS' iatlv ou3' sixolaia. Tliue. 
ir. 40. nr. 12. VI. 68. So ^aeSCa and mfuSia (-Eseh. Pr. 830. Eur. Mi'd. 
421.), See. Tlio <listinction attempted to be cstablislied between 9aQaog 
In a good sense, and &qb<ios in a bad, is not always observed. So roXiia, 
like tlic Latin 'audaciu^ and 'audere', is nscd in either sense hidilifereiitly. 

TtQo^svtt] 'Ministers, supplies, affords''. Schol: naqi^^.t. Cf. CEd. 
R. 1483. (Ed. C. 46.'i. I read x^^tvot. 

727. aii' ajiipi lorg ] 'ff«( in the ease of Ihisa who in-r iinti/illhiuly 
one's anger Is modernle'. Rchol: iO("s ^xovaiiog erpalfieiv q ^Kc/yop^mi 


ofjyij .Tjjr^iyoa'. ijg at tvyyuvi-ii' :Tf}i-7tii. 

toiKvra tail Ki%Hev tiwj; o row auwiv 

oQyij Ion Tigasta, iis ot Siwatov i:vyxavfiv tiuqb tuv 'H^aKliovq. Cf, 
L"i-, G82. aKiav uua^mv ovttg av&Qajitav uaxos- Time, III, 40. ^vyyva- 
/Kiji S latl til avODBiov. 

«/iq)l lofs — ] <Eii- B- 156. Aj. 340. (Ed. C. 493. 

ft^ '^ fxoue/asj 'A'ai willingly'. Cf. on 395. ia icjitag. Ant. 994. 
Si' oe&^s. Thiic. VIII. 27, KK©' iKoimi'ttj', ^ navv yt avayyfg. Aljresc-U. 
Dihru. p. 761. Lob. ud Phryn. p. 4. So tfio: iisv^g, &c. 

728. Ji^^rtt^a] 'Softened, imH/jaled'. Scliol; TctTiiitfifvi] xal icgasia 
noii evyyvmar^. iEseh. Euiii. 70. l;;*eofct lofg oofs oo yev^aoiiai. xinmv. 
Pr.244. ai-jje 9 skeijios ^v ;rewni'i£eos popo"'. tEd.C.437. or' ^^q^Hgo po- 
jO'os ^v ifixrav. Mnsgr. iid (Ed. C. 450. Bloinf. GI. Ag^m. 133G. Ui^siQu 
is fonnod from jctmow, ns Tilsi^a (760) from jt/oji', according to Draco 
79, 20. Cbtci-ob.a20, 18. In a soinewliiit similar manner Jio(i)]*eia is ii- 
regiiiarly formed from ^Jtofujffijs (Ariat. Eeel. 1021.). Cf. Arist. Eccl. 896. 
ov yaij iv viaig to ao^iiv tviaitv, all' iv taVs TtCTCsigots (jiSTctigatg 
Ji.). Anacreoii Fr. 87. «.al ^tTtetga yiyvoiiat (Ti^jrsipos iyevoiiJiV Bcrgk). 
Ilipliocr. Acnt, 390. KCJtetQog voeog. Tlie same form ^sxeigog occurs in 
Pint. Lye. 15. Lye. ot Nnm. 4. 

xfnitga, r^s] Qu. niicstgos (or ninug' ia&'), ^e — . For ae read at. 

729. wiahxa S' av {zoiavt av K.) the mss. vulg. toiavra y av 
Wak. [ would tend loiavxa tav — . (EI. 984. loiarrH rot — . Fr. 26. 
toiavTu 101 — liya.) Or rotarr' av tv Zs^iifv —. For tlie Si in 
the common reading, if correct, ef. (Ed. R. 373. HeiKig. ad (Erl. U. 
586, Mattli. Gr. §. 616. Schol: o (uj Svezvxwv rotavra av B?itot. 
Translate ; ' Suck consolaiion may saygest — not he who ia a parliripalor in 
ilw Hirong deed (as I am), bul he who has no weight on his conscience (iis 
yonrnelves)'. So Terent. Andr. II. 1. 9. 'Facile omnes, cum ealemtis, rerla 
coii^lia tugrotis daimis: \ lu, si hie sis, aliter senlias'. 

a TOv Kaxov KOivmvoe] 'He who is a parlieipnlor of the urrong deed, 
[of what in wrong)'. Wnuder nnderstands it differently, 'now qui malo 
af/kialiir', as ia Hurcnies, wlioso faelings and language Deiauira ajipre- 
Iiends will bo very different from those of tjio CUonis. And thin exphin^i- 
tion seems anpportcd by the Scliol., o fi^ Svatv^aiv TOiaiza av fiiioi. 
Bnt the following remai'k of tlio Oiorns seems to favour rather the other 
iiilei-protation. Read o tav kkkoS KOivavog 'n jiiirtii-ipntor in any wrong', 
na in tliia case Deianira. 

730. ^ uriSh iaz oi'KOt Pagi\ '//c who /»« no Imrdtn -I home (no 
weight an his conneiencej' , Schol; 6 jiij SvaTv%ii>v. Wander; 'qid ipse 
nulla Eolemitate prematar'. 

ior' A. B. T. eaziv K. L. 

ofilols the mss. Br. of«oi Wak. Erf. Ilenn. Wuiid. Dind. riiirt. Sthii. 
Borgk. Nauck. Rightly. Cf. <Ed. C. 759. .152^ (Ed. R. 1123, Arisl. Pac. 
522. tioVj?' av itf^oifii p^fiK fiugiafiipOQiiv , \ ota iiqnaititio c' ; ov yag 
tlxoi- •uAo'^tv WiIitGi'liJ I'umjjriie, II, to' 239, ov v>' M.'l ",((-j' | uftoi 

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Ciyav uv wy^o'^ot at tov wltCat koyov, 
it (itj xt ki%£is nKiSl TW eavtrjg' i^il 
XKQBGti., (tKOr^p srcfTpog OS %qXv ^j;aro- 

a (fijtiQ , rag kv ix XQiav o' iV Biko^ijv, 
ij fiijxh' slvat ^a0av, ^ OiStaaiiiviiv 735 

t'vtGTi yoog; Eur. Fr. In<J. 13G. i^w cmtijQiav \ ofttoi jrag' auimi' C);oV- 
rts- Otherwise, as lie justly observes, the poet wuiilil li.iye aildeil the 
]>ro position , if oixoig, lustnnces of the omission of prepositions before 
itouna arc common enough (v. Apitz' note), but o^MOts for iv otnois i» 
very unusual. Wo say in like manner, 'al home'. Compare also hSo&iv 
below 1021. Hence oiitsios 'of one's own, donie&iic', VA, 215. olxfiag tifi 

731 — 2. A similar caation is expressed in that amusing' ilialogue in 
Theocr. XV. 11. fuj^ltyf ziiv ^lov nJ-dgB, rpila, Jivara lOiwucc, | r» 
fKHXU JTKgsoi'ius' ogij, yvvai, mg tco&o^^ tv, 

731. BV A. B. L. ag' Harl. yai/ Yen. om. K. 

«efio'£ot] ce(to'gti Hftrl. asfio^co B. On the iiitriiusitivt use: of this 
verb cf. Ant. 1318. EI. 1293. Scliol: n^iiioi. 

tof Jilsia Xoyov] 'Furlher remark'. Phil. 57C. fiij vov ji' fyi; t« 
irJei'oi'tt. <E(1. C. 36. Ariat. Ean. ICO. araQ ov M«a-(^Bi ihDtb toi' irisi'oi 
jjgojioi'. Thuc. IV. 117. ^g TOV nlslia xqovov. Eur. Med. COG. 

jpovoi' (y^. Aoyoi' L. a m. aiit.) the utss. Aid. Xoyov v. 1. ap. Seliol. 
Ciint. Wak, Mnsgr, Herm. Dind. N^inek So. The same confusion is founil 
in CEd, C. 620. JEsob. Pers. 713. xavxa yuQ, Jugii , BMOuoft p,v&ov h 
^QHXet Ho'yoj (zpo'i'p al.). Prom. 900. zavza SH (hi:ji(iou Xoyov ix^ovou 
al.) I tiTteiv. So eiyav Xoyovg Eur. Ion. 40C. 

732. el fiij tt ii'Isiff — ] 'Unless you intend to say anything ^-c,' Ilenn. 
iiiid Hart; «ou (i)j 11 Xi%sis — . Wrongly. 

733. ;ia(fr^9 itaz^ogl 'In aenrek of his father'. (Ed. C. 45G. Kgiovta 
TiffmovTtov l/iov iiaoriiQa. Eur. Bacch. 985. Carcin, ap. Diod. Sip. V. G. 
ito^a Si fujitp' ^cpKJ/iOfifi'Jjs Ko'pijs I /lorei^j' i^sl9^Sll' Tiaeav Iv kv«X6> 
xS-ova. Lye. Cass. 1023. 

jiKidl rm aavzJis] So 1048. hhoitis ^ Jios. 

734. (OS K* ^« tgtmv a "iv itl6(iriv-~] 'How I could have chosen (wished) 
lliat one of three tilings had befallen you, either tf-c.' With e we may, for 
uonvenienee sake, suppose an ellipse of nn^tCv. For the cllijitical <ha- 
racter of the sentence of. Phil. 310. Arisl. Ran. 1368. Fiicie ys Ssi «cl 
TOVTo fit (sc. Tcotijatu), I avSg&v jioirjxiiv tv^o^aX^aai rix^'iv- Isoer. 
Or, XV. §. 211. dvolv Q-ategov, yj inzaniiaojitv zag yvtijiag avzav, 
^ &e. Apitz misiinderstauds the comtriietion, Wunder also withont 
reason finds fault with the sitoation of ut here. Qu. roj av ?► zgioiv 
a' IpovXoiiiiv. For the espression zQieiv Vr cf. Fr. 22*. zav zQiav filav 
Xa^ttv. 7&5. Xiaia yag, si xal zav tglmv 'sv oitfofni'i. Thuc. 1. l-lii 
III. 40. Pind. 01. I. 07 (with sehol.). Suid. v- rmv zgi&v tv. 

13;>. tlvai. JmcH So Phil. 412. ouK <> tri Sav (FA. I(. 1045, 
Ofeaeiievrj^'] I, p- t^ec/v 'if «live'. Cf C2fi. 

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rav I'vv xiiifiivoav tai'S' liftsiil'uG&ui Tivifti'. 

TOf uv&t^a T(ji' GOV io&i, tov ()" fftoK A/j-w 
TtuttQa. xazaxTEti/aOa ttjd' iv ^^4^u. 


Jtfioi , xiv f^iJvej'MKi,') w TtKvjv, koyvv 

73C, Rlio)> MtH^yjc&fti fii5Tfe"] Cf, VM>. alluw ymav %uv iiijd tjiia 
Kl)i9i,s hi. El. 3GC, 

Kntl^ijfl'Ki] 'ii'erl called, uieri'. IV. 107, Kiiixti^v.f.i lotids Mfiil^o&ofi 
Koneos- Eur. Pliten, 10. iyoi Si Ttaig /ilv Hlr/Jo/iffi Mivoixiaig. Hipp. -i. 
El. 3C8. 1W3. Ipli. A. 404. JEseh. Forg.240. Mui'ik :id Um>- 2. H. §'- 260. 
fiijS' i-zi Tqlffitijoio wni^e KfMAjjfijjiog tfjjv, | tl fiij &e, ^'. 2C8. flcoew 
oju'isfiEi'ai mbE o^v KfxXija^ai aKOiriv. 

fijjrlp', )) A, E. Hiii-1. AH. ftijiEgc 's ij (sit) L. (tjjrjga o', *; 
K. T. 

Imotig qppivog — K(iE/i(>«od'ci] Cf. Ph. 1079. xavTug zdx en (ppdi'ijoiJ' 
tV rou'im la'poi ( lojoj itv' n(K> (riMid ^ tui'). CEd. B, 1038. iraoji (p^o- 
jisf. Ant. 1090. tov vovv t aniha toiv qays^rov i) vvv qiigii (rgsqiEiV). 

737. aiteiipaad-ai] ' tVoitld get in exchange''. jEseli. Supt. .flM. worot 
9 aiiiiij/to&s fa^ag niSov \ taaS iiQSiov — ; Siippl. 232. Plat. Apul. 
;!7 D. ttXlijv (^ aXXrie tcoUv noliaie aiiei§onsvai. So in Lutiu 'mulare.' 
Heir. OJ. n. IG. 13. 'Ijiiid terras alio calentes \ sole matwautt' I. 17. 1. 

738. xl *'] zC S^z' 15. 

szvyovfisvuv tlm iiiss. vulg. Scliol; luTcijtiop n«i [iiaovg a^iov. 
Sclinoul: '(JiiW est a me ortiim, qiioil oiliti into liio iligiiiiia nit?' Wiiudiir 
supplies tims: 'quid factum a me est?' Qit. 'IsieyaCfi^i'Oi' (745.), or xsittja'/yii- 
vov, or tSTvyvov ipaviv. Ov jteofi tfi t( erujisis {jifi Tlie cummim roiiil- 
iiig is surely not right. Diuilorf also suspects it. 

739. TOi- d' ^fiov If'yto] Aiyta, if jcorroct, is inconvuiiient, if not 
auperiinons. Cf. (Ed. C. S22, TtaCda a!iP, ifiriv S' — oiiaijiov. 1275. In both 
liases fifK is nndci-stuod in tlie former elanse, WakefieJil notices tlie iniuiii- 
aly of the construction, and suggests either zov S' Ijiov. yvvai, \ jiazEQct, 
ur rather zov y' tfiov liym \ jiBTS(»'- Erf: tov avS^a zov oov i!e9i lov*', 
tfiov i.£ym 1 TtaztQa. Qii. zhv it' l/iiiv Sola -—. Or thns: zov bvSqu, 
piJTtQ, zov tiov ta9t, zov S' ^fiov | naziga. Or tov avSga lov eov, fiij- 
it^, Ca&'i, — . Or zov avS^a zov eov su ■abzks&i, zov S' Ifiov | ^azSQU, 
Aiym is soinctinios put alone, ;tt uthers has &t annexed. V. Loh. :id 
Aj. 570. 

740. ir;tf' sv ij.UE'eu] Porli. lydt V/jju-'y^i- "-'f, uii (Jwl. C. K,\i. 


102 EOliOIC/IEOrE 

ov ovx itiov T.£ [lij ov reXsC&ijvai ' to yuQ 
gMvQ-iv ti'g av dvpatt' uv aytvrjrov itoii'ii'; 

arrag daces, o xat; tov JtKp' af&^tonaii fiu^ai' 
ft^tj^oj' ovrag f^yov eiQyda&ai (ic (pt'ig; 745 


7*2. ov] Qu. ov y'. 

ovx O'OV TjJ Sc. fcii'. A very coimaon ellipst;. Cf. Ph. 925. «1A' 
ovx of"'" ,TJ. 

10 y«p q[>uji3'W — ;] 'for MiAa( /ins once been done (produced) i(-c.' 
<Eil. E. 525. Toij jipus S' iqlav9^^|^, Schol: to owctl rcQax^'iv -xal tTil 
niQag il^op m5s av tig fii7 yfvio&ai tkh'^bhiv; For the sentiment ci'. 
Aj. 377 f, Horn. U. i'. 249. ovSi ti fi^lop | psi^i'iitos Manou t'cr' aMos 
cv^eiv. Pindar (qnoted by Sehol.) Ol. II. 17. rmv Si neJiQay^iviav aitoi- 
ijiov ovS' ttv jpotoe 6 xiivtaiv natrtg Sui'iiitTO fl'jfisi'Crt ^gyoiv tsXos, 
Agstho Fr. 6. jiovov yep avrov yial ■B'eos CTEqiawtzai \ ayivrita moistV 
ccc' (ojroc'l) av ^ nenQayp.ha. Plat. Prot. p. 324 B. ov yaq av to yt 
•Ksox^iv ^yivqxov fl'a'j]. I-e^. II. 943 A. Dem. p. 476, to fpyo; tb 
nsax^ivT ^ezi-v, iTtitS^sg 2)ta| ijiQ«x^ii- P- 30. p_. 1439. p. 1449, 
Plut. Consol. ail Apoll.p. 115 A. to (iev yep ysyeviJii^vov oiSi &£^ Svvatav 
iext Tcoitiv ayiviiTov. Fliii. Paneg. XL. 'At in pneCerilum suboenire ne 
dii qmdem possuni.' Hov. Od. III. 29. 45 f. (ConTerseiy p. 1471. re yup 
(1^ yivoiisva ouk I'd! «ot^ff«i jityfi'^o&ai.) 

743. rpavflrV] Kpotiffi* Nanck. Who compares Eiir. Ion. 77. to Hgorv- 
»iv tag av tKaa^ra. Or. 1203. But cf. (Ed. R. 626. (FA. C. 721. 

flu^Kir' ayhrjxov K. L. tfuvun' ayiWiiroi' A. B. T. Hnrl. viilg-. 
Wnnd, Hart. Svvait av ayivTitov from Said. v. offioi Poraon (Adv. p. 
175.). Herin. Schn. Diml. Nauck. Svvaii:' av aytvvijTov (!) Bgk, — axgav- 
10V conj. Niiiick. Tiie Schol. seems to have read ayivtjiov. 'Ayivvi/ros 
occara CEd. C. 973. Tr. 61. So avtoyivv^ioe Ant. 864. MOijiijVnru i' av 
Toyivvtii' (al. aizoyivrit ). See Wund. Advers. in Phil. p. 341". 

noieiv A. B. nottv K. L. M. Cf. on Aj. 1356. 

744. lou jiap' — ;] So (Ed. E. 525. loi tiqos S' iipdv9-ri ~; 

745. Suspected liy Nauck. Weckl. 
cgjjXoi'] 'Unenviable' Cf. 284. 

746 f. Eur. Iph. T. 901. zdS' tlSov avT-ij v-ov v-lvovc anayyila. 
.^3cli. Pers. 266, kqI ftij* nagiov ye «ov loyovg allaiv nXvtav \ qiQaaai/i' 
av. Eur. Med. 628. sSSo/iiv, oux ii triQeiv fLv9-aiv fjoji.*!' ipQaaaa9ai. 
Snppl. 684. itvaewv di lavta hov kIvcm: Her. 846. Callim. H. Del. 179. 
fflmoi Sh niova naoitbv lysiiovof alS-ofisvoto, xcel ovk Irt fiovvov a«ovjj. 
Job XIX. 27. a 6 otpS^alfioi itov IcapaKC, Kal oux alios. Plaut. Bacch, 
III. 3. 65. 'Quin ego quum peribat vidi, non ea: ouditn argiio.' 

746. avtog — TtBTpos] irarpofi — avtog Hanek. Dind. Wrongly. 

Iv ojiftaciv — SetfopMoJs] 'Having seen with my own eyes.'' Cf. 241. 
(nv o$aq ^v ofi(iaG[p. Ant. 7G4. zovjiov — kqut' Ip oip^aXjioie opfSi'. 



itar^bg SiSoQXms xov xara yXaGoav xXvav. 

7C0V S' ifiasld^HS tavS^l xkI 3CKQiGra0ai ; 


o&' tiQ^e xAbiv^v Ev^vrov md^Oag nohv , 
vCxTiq aytov rpojTKfo; xaxQO&(via, 
KXTri Ttg afttpixlvOrog Ev^oias axQov 

Horn. II. a'. 687. iv iqi^aXiiOtm tSmiiat. y'. 30fi. For this sense of h 
cf. on Phil. 60. 

o(i,ji,aaiv K. L. T. op,)iciai A. B. 

747. The poBition of nttT^of is rather singular, but not untenable. 
KDU B. K. L. (in marg. a m. ree.) M. Br. &e. «al L. vu!g. Cf. on 

1046. Enr. Iph. T. 901, taS' ilSov avtii mkI (kov L. Dind.) jtlvova' 
uTtayysla. Wakefield on the whole prefers flio old reading. 

KOV ■xata ylaaaav] 'And not {mtrely) byword of movi/i' from others. 
Cf. 281, Ant. 9S1. Aj, 1263. Qn. mouk hjio yAroeoije. As aiio nvij- 

748. ifiwllatHs} ifinilatltS L' (corr, — cig pr. m.) ^fiitilajij Bergk. 
Cf. 17. irglv TijaSs hoi'ijjs (hck'tkis?) liinflas&fivai. Qu. vov Sf) neia- 
Ut? — . 

xavSel A. K. L. T. avSiji B. ShoaM we not write rather trnvSqi 
or xi^vSgi? Cf. CE3. R. 1113. 1136 &c. 

749. ?/ X9V fif^stv ee] 'If'joic nmt needs /eni-n.' Cf. (Ed. E, 958. 
si zovro -niiaTov Sti a' djiayyetlai eaipiag. Plat. Farm. 126 C. alX', il 
SeC, fwfiiv nag' avzov. Phfedr. 234 E. fl yag Ssi, avyxiaQTitiov. Bergk 
and Nauck would correct si XQr/g fia9iiv ev. Cf. on Aj. 1373. 

Sfi] S' d Harl. 

750. Wakefield wrongly takes o^' to he for o&i. 

751. tjdwKia A. B. K. L. T. viilg. Herm. Wund. rgoxaia Dind. Bgk. 

uKQO&tvia] I. q. axctQxag {XaipVQeiv) 173. 

752. CKT^ ns ~] Cf. 237. Ant. 9G6. Eur. Hipp. 1198. inti 9' ^Qjjiiov 
XaQOv tlat^aXlo/isv , ] a«iij tig ieti &c. Iph. T. 261 f. U49f. Horn. II. 
^'.811. i'.722. v'.-ii. Od. y'.293. tf ' 364. 844. ij'.244 &c. Also ^sch. 
Fr, 24. BvPotSa xofntijc a^fi KrivaCov ^tog \ omtijV. Above 74. 

atliplHlvClOg} I. q. nsglQQVrog (Ph, 1. 239.). 

Ev^oiag uKgov] Herod. VI. 100. ig tk aKga iijs Ev^oitjg. Horn. Od. 
y'. 278. Sovviov — KxgiDV 'A&i]vio>v. 

753. Krivaiov A. B. T. ^vatov K. L. Cf. 237. 993, ,^acii. Pr. 24. 
Ev^otSa xufinqv afiipl Kr/vctfov ^log (238) { an-criv, Kat' avziiv rvji^ov 
at^Xlov At%u, Honi. H. Ap. 219. Klivalov i tjit^ijs *atiiitHiEtT)jg Ev- 
^oCiig. Strab. X. 444. Liv. 36, 20. Plin. IV. 12. Ptol. Oeogr, p. 87. 


- ■-^I^^Tl^'^-''- . 


ov viv rd n^ar tldstSov aGfitvos ito&a. 
fiiXlovti d' avra zoXv^tovg tbvxsiv Gipayas 
xij^v^ dx' ofxcH' ix8t' oixsiog Ai%aq 
TO Gov <pa^tov Sm^fia , d'avaSiftov nsicXov ' 
ov XElvos BvSve , MS ^y ^^ov^s^isao , 
tavQoxtovst (lEV S(6Ssx' ivTsisig ixav 
leCaq dnaQX'Tf ^ovg' ardp rd xdv&-' Ofiov 
IxtxTOv TtQoa^ys avfifiiyjj ^oSx^fiata. 

Tcargtoa dii'\ ,^Bcli. Fr. 146. uig if 'iSat'ta Jlcyp | iJios icaTQtaon 
§6in6s ccz'iv. Arist. Nub. UC8. Plat. Eulhjd,' 302. Z*us S' ■^fitv na- 
Tgaog iihv ov Tialeitai, Ee''f'''''S ^^ ""i ipffar^ios. Lob. Aglaoph. p, 771. 

754. ogi^si] 'Is marking out, setting out.' Hesych: oQi^n, foujcip. 
Cf. on 237. «•#' oglt^tai | fiiofiois re'lfj i' iyriagna Kijvala Jii. 

Ttiisviav IE qivkXaSiiJ 'And a sacred wooded inclosure or grove.' I. q. 
ciXeos, Tcp,£vos ((Ed. C. 136.). Schol: lov duo xStv ts^svav exitfawi'' 
r, Ttlifvog Tcolvipvllov. The ktter interpretation is right. Hesych: Ts- 
fiivt]. faol, alOJj, ri tc aquaQiaiiiva iitt-za rt^i\v xtagia. Cf. on 238. 
lilij t' fjiBorpTCK. <E(I. C. 676. tav afiarov &iov tpvlXada iivQi6^aQjto}i . 
136. Horn. II. ii'. 185. ^ vv rl toi Tgaisg lEfiftoe Tajiov, o^Qa vSjiujai. 
Herod. HI, 142. iJtog 'E3.iv&tqiov ^aifidv tSgveato, val tsiitvog h^qI 
aviov ov^iof. Athen. XIII. 695, ^aatuav [tQov kkI Tifitvos tSgvcao&ai. 

755. ^aetSov A, B. L. vulg. hlSov K. etetCSov DinU. 
aeinvos'Ttod'ip] 'Witk delight, oiviilg to the desire I had (to see hiin).' 

Cf. on 176. Wakefield fonj ! cc^eMU" sofrwv. Naiick conj: aey-fvog ^oXiav. 

756. molu^uiofe — cquayffis] 'A aacrifice in which many uieliius me 
slain.' Cf. on 357. Wunder compares Eui-. Her. 777. noiu&uiog tifia. 

jioljj&iIiDug B. K. L. TioXv^irovs A. Harl. 

757. H^eug B. K. L. Dind. niJeu^ A. T. Tnl^, A. B. T. Aid. ^KEi' K. L. 

o^Ksfog] 'A domestic, of the household.' Compare otnizriq. 

758. »avBai.tiov] 'Deadly, fatal.' CEd. R. 560. Aj. 1033. 

759. WQoi^tifiCiaD] ngo-o^sftUoo L, 'Previously, enjoined.' Cf. C81. 
n^oiiSiSa^aio. A singular eompoand. A similar one TtQoti^fniataiitti oc- 
curs in xlisoli. Prom. 101. 701. 'Eistpitt^ai. ooc^^^^a in Aj". 795, 

760. ^^TSlftsl 'Perfect, free from bltmish,' and so fit for siicrifice, 
Horn, II, «. 316. IqSov S' 'AnoXXavi rsXijieeag skkioV^ks- Blomfield fGi. 
Ag. 104.) would write here inteXgig. 

tjow] Qu, aymv. Cf. nQooriye 762. 

761. ta xav» ofiov ehoto'v] 'In all a hundred.' Cf. Deiii. p, 390, 
ofioS M£i'TijKOj'#* oXag (^(itQag ■xo:9^iiiS-a). Auetor de Invent. I. 9. 12, 
' Rellnguitiir ergo ut omnia tria genera sint causarum.' Cf. on CEd, K. 753. 
jtivt' ijcci' 01 ^vftntaiTtg. Herod. II. l36. exxaiSiKu itia ta antra 
ae|as. m, 66. ^aetlsvcavta filv la navxa ejcib Ixia. T. 214, 

7r)2. Oitji^iiy^ pocMiijufrtfJ Aj, 53, oi^^ivixa — ^ovaoXiov rpQoi'Q^iiaia. 



xoiiftb} Th j;ft('pc)i' Kill isrolij xfiT^jvx^■Tl> 
•rncos di 6f[iviav OQyi'coi' fdmrrti 

'SQag avrjei ZC'^''' «<"''• Tr.QtxiJtTvaefrra 

764. Hoc.uij) Tf —xni atolii] 'In t/iu oinameiU and ilres^.' i. h. in tlie 
oi'itftinental Jresa, orol^ Kosfit'^f, by Iiciiili;iilys. (Mitchell riucitcs 1. Tim. 
II. 9. /v neitaBToln Koffjii'w,) Cf. Enr. Ale. 1C2, h»n'^ce noOfKiv t'. 1060. 

MfrrijiiiEio] KHtEuiFto Erf. Knrjjgifio ('saer/i auspicalus est') Moiii. 
(toll. Ariat. Av. 060. Monk ad AIk. 74.) Nimek. V. Blmsl. Trtuf. (Ed. K. 
p. IX. Cf. on 610. '//e offered tip oows, addressed Ms mnen.' Wakefield 
supplies KttT,a aov ('bona tiOi preeatus esl^j, with Schol: o 'HgnKi^g tlaen 
ri] qi^fvt timfv^ato gov, %alQiav ijil ira jt^Tilm. Ovid. Met. IX. 150. 
' TImra dahal primis et verba precantia jlaimids, ' 

765 f. Tlie sufferings and doatli of Horcules (ire doBcrihed by Ovid 
Met. IX. 134-272. and Seneca in his Horciiles (Etseua. ApoUod. II.7.9. fv 
/fig Se HgimX^e f&os*. i»ff Sc, ^eifnav^ivroe tov xitrnvos, 6 iqg vSqos 
log toi' XQaira fmjjie, &o. Ovid Mot. IX. 161. 'Ineabdl vU ilia tnali reso- 
lalague flamms \ Hercvleos ahiit late diffusa per irrttts.^ ITor. Epod. UI. 17. 
'nee nmnus humeris efficacis Hercules | inarsit /vstuotiits.' XVII. 30. '0 mare 
et terra, ardeo \ quantum neqve alro delibutus Hercules \ Nessi cruore ,f-c.' 
A statue of Hercules tov ■nazanovovpiivov ttS i^g J^avti^ai inavt existed 
at Corinth, ,ts Strabo fVIII. p. 381.) rolalfiB from Polybius. 

765. Seliol: ots He anh t&v ^vj/kittiov xni tAv ^vliov 17 <i>Ao| nvf- 
nmtTO, rorf iSiftos av-^u vtQi to eto/ta avTov. 

OJEws] 'When, as,' So in Iiatin '«(.' 

opyiW] 'Sacrifiees.' Ant, 1013. Mm-h. .Sepl, ir4. Herod. V. fiJ. 
•JlHtjTQne igov re xni o(iyin. 

fSaiszo] 'Began to burn or blaze.' Eur. Tro. 826. n Si ei ytivitjisva 
Bupi SKitxai. Arist. Lys. 1284, Bwitrtos ojifinfli Saif.'cai ('flagrat ocuSx'). 
(Ju. ^M«C*ro (hcIioI: nvfKnt'sto), or Etpr/jitEto, The gen, ogyCmv dependu 
on q)Ho|. Or it may ho the gon. of pl.ace (schol: nwo riav &vitaTtov). 

766. KtfiBiijga] Ant. 123. Bchol: ort Ik iou nffiKiros rAv tfQtimv 
evv/eztitffi. Cf. Ant. 123. 5itTixiiei'&' 'Hqireioioi'. Translate: 'Ihe flame 
from the blood (flesh of the victims) ami from the oil>) wood^ So Aj. 11X)4. 
ra ^uod'jrfTOi' opftn itni. joXfiTjg TtlKQae. 4S1 f. 

«no Tcitc^trg 3Qv6g'\ Sehol: ffwo Iiir«eoti ^vlov' Sqvv yitQ Itytl nf/v 
HivSQov. We should have expected rather ilnias, hut possibly Sqvos 
may be pnt for any ti'ce whatever, 

TiifiQag] Feminine of jiiav, as ninu^tt of jct'jtmv (7'J8). Ilom. II. o'. 
541- TiieiQav aQOvgav. 342. «[E^g«g — noitis. r'. 180. Satrr, meiei/. Od, 
3'.S27. i'. 173. ^'.311. Find. N. I, 21. Ttistgav ZmtUav. Tlieoer. 1ft. 
'Jit.'Qt! ~ aeovQCf. This form occurs no where else in the Trajpe- 
diana. Ilerwerden eonjectures jtiao'^govs (coll. .^sch. Che. 266.). 

767. Kvyit A. [supr. 1) K. T. Junt. II. Br. &c. avijsi Harl, av ijei L. 
aviei Elmal. ad CEd. C. 1605. Tlie variations arose from the writing: 
nv^iH. Gl. T; npijejFio. Qu. dva^ei, or aviTQ^ei, or Kitoppst. 


\iX. £(M>OK -IKOTi: 

nUvifaniii' dQn'.xii/.f.o^ , cij f'z t^htoi'u^. 
X'Toh/ fiirciv xnr' kq^qov' tj/.ds H' oerfw" 
fiAayfioi avTi'ffltfcatos' f'Tfc rpnCving il'i 

nvyn lOMti'! ■/'wired firlli on /lis si:in.' Frum liiu lieil of tlic flariie. 
rftKol:'roT:* i^Qias avriei Tccpi rd OMfini avtnr,. Ov\>\ Met. IX. 173. •<:>,■ 
rideusque fliiU taUi de i-orpiire niidor.' Xetarl h tho dative of plate: tf. nii 
tEd. C. S13. iiTid below 7Mti. Tin; j.repositioii omitteil, hs in ti'J2. 'Jlo. 
050 at. 

jreoOJnruuasTtti nlevQCctatii] Ant. 1237. jrce^ECft) itQaonzvaeerai. <^pi. 
ir#o<ffiBinjern(— . Cf. 1053. Jtljueafoi. yng Ji^no.uKjifl-jt ftc. Or Jipoarii 
KBtai— . (Cf. 833. jiZed0« jieoccaHtVtos lov. 836.) JleommjVoofmt elsewhere 
in Soph, governs an accusative. Cf. on Ant. 1237. Viilck. ad Pliajri. 1667. 

nQoaxzvautxo the iiiss. TcqcicxtoaaeTtti Muagr. Vanv. Pors. ad Med. 
1133. Dinrt. &<.-. The imperfect would lie KQoeeizzvaegta. Cf. on 796. 

768. apt/HoilosJ 'Cloudy ijlaed, firmli/ attached.'' Schol: naXai evy 
HtKoklTifiivos. Hesyeli; aQtinolXa. ^Q^oa/ifvu. Cf. .^seb. Cli. 680. vcv 
oSv ah fill' ^olciaas t.«v ofitw talas, \ oTtioq av aQt£»olla cvfi^aivrj 
tuSe. Sept. 373. slg aQjiiiiillov ('al Ike precise jitnHitre'']. And avytit}.- 
Itas Cho. 542. Suppl, 310. Find. Fr. 280. notiKoUov nit ^vXov IvIm. 
Blomf, GIOBs. Sept. 369. Compare also agrix^iaros 687, snd anflKoXlns 
(Plat. torn. Mein. 11. 828. -nUv-^v ftfigii'itolloi' xviCviiv). Schol: laq imn 
TfvTovnq ■xat&i fluyKJKoliijftivoe. to Si s|qs' »Bt JCpoffjtoHj/ios u xlzoiv 
Kccta jrav liiQos, dg «»' ^vim viaga koIIi] (koIIk Br.) ujio tturovog 
nQoaHi] nQia^daa. Whence Bergk suspects a Hne has fallen ont here. 

loijTj itHtofOsl 'As if liy a Joiner,'' Schol: tog djid tixzovog 
avyiteKoXltjaivos. Fur mats ' as il ivere'' cf. Tr 367 mari SoaXT/v. 530. Ani. 
84 9 

» B 
<.on8tni_ , _ won I 6 ggest , ^ 1 . , .^ ^-. ^ e< 

jiivtov Ri'^ijiiiHro. 1009. Or ij^s. Cf. 1082. ajtaa/ios aQtitag ofS tiv | Siy^f 
jiAewpnli'. Or perliaps some iniperfeot should be restored, to agree ivitli 
nrjiet and ^i^KtVuto. Wakefield inserts in a parenthesis the words ^i&s 
~ aVTtnaatog. 

770. oSayjios tbe mas. and Sehol. aSaytiOS Br. Herm. Dlnrt. Nch. &c. 
Pierson ad Mter. p. 39. shows that the Attic form of the word is aSayfiog. 
Mceris i.l.'ddftyiiog, aSa^ae9«i, 'Atuk^s. Krijttfios, Tiv^aaad'ai , 'EHij- 
vcKBis. Hssych: 'AdKyjioe' ni'fjofioe. Phot, p, 7, 21: 'Affayfios' oSk^ij- 



e.vtKV&a d-ij '/So'jjOe tov HvGdmfiovK 
ACxttv , tov ovdiv ahiov xnv acw xocxoi 
noCats iveyxot tovSs ftj;x«i'«is xinkov. 

aaoi, OTitq est! xv)]0^og. ovta>g ^rpov,'li}s- (No rlouht ruterriii}; lu this 
piuiaag^. Eekk. Aiiccd. p. 342, 22.) This t'urtn hoivGvoris h.trdly (uiitid in 
the reinains of ancient writers tliat liHvc comi; down tu uh. Xeii. Cuiiv. 
p. 884. tavt agK, f^ij, iym luonsp ujio 9'ijQimi ripog SsSijyiisvos tov 
TS ^/lov — &Sa%QV xtti iv i^ tiaQSCa aanig xviic^a it iS6v,ovv ijiiv. 
Soph. Fr. 708. KtipS/uv oiSwyfiEi'Og. Ilesych. corr: SiScyii.ijV ^m/jjorefujv. 
Similarly we find aSa^av and oSa^av, atf«|i)5fi6s iind oSalijo/ios , nciffpis 
and 6araq)ti. Phot: '^dKl^ffwc lo hvAoki. ovx h im d od«|^5c((, «.ai 
aSaxetv, to Ki'f)&Eii'. "'ASazfi yaQ avrov zov axoQ ixXtyn t' Kti." 
'AQiaratpavTjg iv 'OXxdaty (Fr, 360.). Poll. II. 110. oSrc^tmtxog (scr. -ijffK ■ 
Kos). Hesjeh: HSa^i^aaTo' invriatito, Sthol: nvrjuiios' Sij^aaSat (I. 
ilSd^.) yap TO xvriaae&ai, 

avrCaitacrog] 'Drmoinf/, convulsive,' itt an active sense (of. on (Ed. R. 
9G9.], Schol; lijog anaa ft,m , ^ jitta mtaa^uv. Gl: dnoanSiv an ixi£vov 
tas eaQTtai- Wakefield connects avtiexatsxos oatswv, 'in contrarium vcl- 
lens o$m.> Amplified by Ovid Met. IX. ISS. 'leliferam conatur seindere 
vestem: | quu trahitur, irahit ilia entem (^avTiiiaattTOB) ; f(Bdumque relalti, \ 
am hisrei membri$, fnislra lenlala revelli, \ aut lacerM arttu el grandta de- 
tegil ossa.' Stat. Tlieb. XI. 254. 'Qualia iibi imp/ieifum Tiryntkius ossihns 
ignent \ sensil, el (Uleas membrix accedere veaies; \ voCa incejda lamen libata- 
qite thitra ferebat, \ darus adkue paliensque maU; mox grande coaclus | inge- 
muil, victorque fierit per viscera Nessus.' 

ipoivias the msB, Ap. Uerm. Wund. Dind. ^clin. qioivios Pierson ad 
M(Bi. p. 41. lir. Erf. Scb. Matth. Hart, Cf. 717. log attirtTOvg iiilKg. 673. 

771. (OS vnl^. Br. ApitK. Wiind. rag Wah. Dind. Heim. Hart. Sthn. J!b1>. 
Nauck. The common reading is sitrc ipoivCag \ Sx&Qug l%C6vrii log (og idni- 
vvro, I Ji'thS&o: ^i) — . As Hyllus could not be aware that the tunic was 
smeared with the Hydra's poison (v. 934.), Wakefield alters the Sitopping thns : 
eira, rpoiviag — ioi ois, idaCvvxo. \ htav&a dri — . I. e. 'Jrarf l/ien as 
il were the gorg venom of the hateful viper began to prey upon him.' Unless 
indeed the subject of ISalvvro be xnaiv (769). lb this an overbight of 
our Poet, or an interpolation? The common reading in otbei respects 
appears the more naturah Cf. 36. vvv S' ^vix' — fipu, | hrav&a 6^ &r 

16s] 'Poi»nn.' Cf. 717. 833. Qu. Oal. IX. 384. loo axo atvyvoio, rov 
ot aTtoiioQ^at' oSoiei \ IvyQbg oqiig. Schol: tog *avr}aS-iev ttviov 6 los 
Script. Arg: tos 3s &tgiiav9ivtog tov jiiTtofos o lis i»JS vdgcig ^a9ifT0, 
TOV Uiv AfxKV -xati^aliv &e. 

iSaCvvto] 'Began in devour, to prey upon.' Schol, Kar^e&isv avrov. 
Cf. 1088. Saivvrm yag fxv jcdliv. Eur. Med. 1185. minXni 6t XfJCToi, aav 
texvtov SmQjjiiaTa, \ Xtviiriv fSantov aaQxa rqj BvbSkIiiqvos. 

772. cvzavSa Siq\ %avzav&a Srj Harl. 
fioTiat the mss. vulg. ' fioiies Br. &c. 

773. roil oor M«Koii] tovtov mkkou oonj. Wakefield. Perhaps rightly. 

774. nolais — fujiumts] ' With what evil design.' 'Ep6i)as, upon which 
this depends, bas a pregnant signification here, ' he called and enquired of 



lO'lHiK IKi 

n li iifi)ii' !-i(\(j^ d ti'(j\u opiii; TO iiui' jiiM'ijc 77. i 

Ktcxfli'"^ Ml,' >ix<iv<it Hit) Siiodvvo^ 
ijitKQKyftoq nvTov nXfvi»6v(ov itv9^il<nro , nQOg (i(iiptx^v0toii ix jtovrnii itiTQKv' 7S0 

xoftijg 5J iifdrov fiWfAov ^xqkCvbi (itenv 

fviyKOi- K. L. M, T. Diiid. &e. fi/tyM«t A, Aid. Itr. I't^ynf^' F!. 
fVf'yKns lliirl, svey-AOii Ven. "Ei'fv'""^ occurs Fr. 105. 

775. ro (Fov fiovlje ^(optlfl'l Nouns possoasive ure ot'tcu fuiiiid tliu,-- 
joined witli proiioiuis anil participles, seldom wiUi uoiuis adjoutivt ur sul'- 
staiitive. Cf, Pliil. 1136. xnv Ifiav (leliov tQoqittv. CEd. C. 344. nvfui 
SvffT^vov *aKa. Cic. Philipp, U. §. 111. '(ujhm Raminis simplieis pectm 
I'idiwms.' Liv. VII. 40, 'quod neum faeSum iliclumque conmlis.' Cf. 1249, 
TO 001' [ ^soCisi dtiKvvg fpyov. Qu. eov ov ii6vt]s SaQijii' . SclioJ; fijcfv 
oil rturm jiQoanyttyf rovntitlov, ZaTCeg i'atalzai vao anii, ntnv, fioH'i-i' 
aip' favzov jtavovgyijani, Aftur ?Xb^bv Wuiidov siip]dtc» from llic jiru 
(■ediufr codtosi sveyKfiv. So jtlso Ktliii. Diud. V. schol. Hriiuck sii|i|dK's 

776. ni^isv] Qu. fle^' nv, or oi' elntv. Cf. on 77ft. 

wawSQ ))V ^(TirtifKVoul 'J"S( <;5 it had heeu p-nl (t" liini dy you).' 

See Sdiol. 

777. Hiialfvviii] ' Ajionhian.'' 

778. jrlEtifiovMi' ivFfl'ij^nro] Cf. Fr. fi78, 7. ^I'tiJHfrm {av^nnrfren'!) 
y«5 ntfu^oj'oii' ooots fi" | iCwZ'J (s";- ^""e'e). Arist. linn. 474^ wj/Fyftd 
riov r' av9aipetai | TaeTisaeia pivQtiiva. JEsi:^. Pors. 7ti3. reii' tjitl 
(Ssog valaiov aol q>Qfvav aii^aTcttTai (viilg, liv^i'araTai). Eur. Ucl. 960. 
« — Oijg iia!.iaiK jm^Siag (iF&nipciKi. Wed. 13G0, r^s o^S ync^ "S X9'l' 
yagStite ivtfl'tjjJififiTji'. ii4. ipgtvMv (ti'Srurifini. Ilolow 1009. qiriffi' fini' 

jrcfii/udi'wi' IJ. K. L, N. T. Vcii. Jileoiiovatii A. JI. llarl. Aid, Diud. 
Cf. on af>7, Arist. 473. JSIomf. ad Purs. 709. 

779. junp^fts Todo'g vn'] ' /failing seized Mm hy the fuoi.' Keiskc i-.ouj ; 
liaQipag viv, SgS-gov ^ jr. H. Cf, Eiif. Cyd. 400. tov ff' rtf rfi/niirns 
riQjuiaas angov noStig &t. 

jioffoe] jio^wv Ven. 

luytjfinil 'Jiends, liirns.' Sdiol: «ef(d£Erni, KtiftnrTtim , evergtipf 
TCf, Beliol: si'eijrni <*£ a«6 rav Ivymv. evslmtov yag rh ipvTov, vfov 
nv. 'Oftijeoe (11. i'. 106)* "SlSij iiooioioi Kvyotatv.''' 

780. pmrei'theiiias. AtheiL. U. 65 F. {who has oinrovvTit) viilg. Jlind. 
Wund. 8chn. pl'jtTft ElniBf. Ilcrm. Hart. Nek, Cf. on 700. Aj. SJ30. 
j^stliyltis menljoiis this burial-place of Liclias Fr. 34. Kv^olSa xaimrtov 
rtftipl KijvaCov Jtiis I WKi^n, Ko;r' nwrov TVfi^ov &&Uov Alia. AIko h 
poet in Efym. M. 417, 13. an Aita \i.iya eSiia. Cf. Ovid. Met. IX. 226 f. 

781^a. These two lines are condemned as spurious hy Meinoko. See 
his Symb. crit. nA Ant. p. 42, 

781. KOfujs Si IstwoK fiuslov i*Qa(vfi jii-aov (fifOOvVeii.) ] xpRios ff'"- 
ojitip^jiros «ifi«rds # of^nii tlie mas. and Athen. II, p. 65 V. and Eiist. p. 976, 
8, aoi! p, 1193, 10, St-hol: Sia Ss tijs }t4itt}e top fyKiipaiov ixQiiiva xazn 


ri'^iMM II 

TO mam riji keijotJiji, <iin<sztti&^ti<iris ii text, AtttiQi^fiorj^ tijs, ^i-ifiiXiii, 
ilior riji Koutjs avsTTtiiXfrn n fyKHpnios Oni' r(j maccTi \\ tk ticH nitl 
tun HI ktuU 1 1 [It wjth ill, pxiie&si n nQarog diaaicrcgtvcos in! inltl 
Willi (1i Butiii, I Hsvo wliidi lie wdl ills '/ t / ie3.nliiMmii , fli iitfli 
Ulenviinls lii a<.qiii( atcM in the cuinnioii reddinfr toll Vir^ Aii X 41 1 
Wiindei alio migpects tlie cumioon readme Pha pnssage ii muil iiii 
duiilitedlj Lurcopt He tli coiij itgarog 8i Isvxov fivsXnv Engaivi'i (ifooi 
nofijjg StaaxaQiviOi aTnarig S- ofiot Bri!ni.l( MpKrog Ss XtoHov jiat 
Xnv sKQaivei li^aov, | SiauiiixgiPTOs a^ji^itzos Jtofi-iis ^ ofiou llotlit xnii 
oijS St — Ibvkov (ivelov (Anil bo dlso conj Kergk ) Uirt xf/aros At 
1 r Koitije Niinok j ropuseb to rp-iil Kopmjs i" 1 tui aia(rjr«si-j'Tos i^iffp 
Qttysvzog Qu HOfi^je iSe (iFtfrow nusXov l^gaiVH /naov \ xQrttos divgga 
yfnos aZjiarog ■& opou (Wliicli simple ojrrcction at ouli, leiiiior 
the eoiiNtruction of the i issnge casv, and the senso jntcHiRiblo ) Oi 
MpMios <5e iitetov jtaelov i-xgaivei fnanv \ invpprej'^i'ros atun-coe «ofnjg 
■& o;iou Oi — Utaaxagivzog nrjiBros Mofintc oiioii Oi perhaps ko«tos 
*s l£u«oi' fivflov ktiQtilvst /iieov I tfiffjpKyfi'Tos a?iiKetv MOums # ofiou 
Lhe Seliol explims xoiiijq ^^ j[« xouqi: For tli<? general sense ot tlio 
pnsBQgo cf Horn Od 450 tti nr ot iyKttpalo^ fi Stcc UTCioe aXXodi^ 
Kllti I ^stvoiiavov oalvoiTfi upOh ooSn in. Lnr Cycl iOO roii fl ff7 
ttvnvcos agiiaaKs nxgoa ^ofiog | Aatov t^qos o^kv ovvxa nezQatov Xi 
#o! j EjKiynlow l^tgQaivi Plirtn 1217 Ik *£ KiU/iajttoi' | saiplvSonaTO 
X<OQie aXXt\Xiin usXi] j miin:; (tfv its'Olvlinov, aifia d elg x^ova rhi.» 
ir I KKpn TF yao cm ery%eoi xoitnig ojiov | gavoi ts jr=doo ?yxi(pe< 
3.0V, 0(tuBi(W tf a;ri> | ai^oorrey^ jreijorijes ^tveovrai {aiiioaTayctg tcqii 
GTtiQis jeovzai Ilcrm) jiarto Tro 1173 II m II p 297 iyntipalos 6t 
nag avXov aviSQafiev S^ BireiXtis \ aiuatoEis A irg JEn X 415 'im 
/.rij! orii 1/ioanitit | osi,aque dapetiil cetebro peniaaAa ciuento 

XivKOv fiuaiov] 1 e ^y\ti<palov as Atheiweus explama In H>me] 
The hrst KylHblc m jivcXos w len^hened, II u 482 Oil ^ 200 i KW 
Aetordinp tn Coiav tlio modem Greeks still call tlie brim jtraXog Coin 
pare the trench 'mopUe'' The usual tirm fni it ey%iip«los is reilly in 
idiootive fivgXog lieinfr nudeistood 

782 AiKVJittQevtos thenisa viilg Siaanaa&tvtoe ton] Wak Qu fiitid 
gt/yivTOf (iB proposeil also by Nnncit and Herw ) oi diaajta^ivTOS The 
Scholiast explains by diaaxio^HCijs, Sim^e&eiorie Wilh which cf Ilesych 
Sinanaant StatQptt, Staaxleai Id Stieitae&'yiattv &it<ixts%' (!<•'<'' ^^" 
rtorf observes that biaqQaytvzaq would hive been mere appropriate Inl 
ho tliinkB that Soph prcfencd Siasnagivrrtq hGurase ol the following: a? 
H«tos (0 ^laanagcvzog might ho picdiuated of the brim oi blool <i 
of both not of the heart itself Cf Ant 1010 loXal Sitmtsigovio 

aTficcTog d-' ojiov] ftTfia x Sp,^Qiov coiij Harw i-oll (Bd Ii 1J76 sq 
fi?ftir x' oq9iov (!) Wecikl, atiiaroQQvrov Sthii tfilittroaTaynv!, Gnft 

783. avfvqxovnaev A. E. K, T. &u. All Tirn nvci (pou'ijir tv h 
iiverp<avri«sv N. avivrp^itrieiv (from HesyUi ) ]!r Vani Ajitz llnid II 
Hart. Sch, Bg-k. nvtivqujiitjaev Diiiil.III. lleayth pvtvqiiiuiieei avoi 


i 71' i:o0OK4[']or£ 

riiii jSfv I'tHi'ipt'Ttii; , Till' di- 6iK-7tfit^«.y^iiniv 

KiivitEls itolftK TKvdffos livTMip jtof.fiv. rs:. 

/Joraw. iv^aV «ffq)i d' ixtvnovv ^irQca, 
AoXQav t' np«o£ Tti^mufg Ei'lloitjg t' i/.xqi'.. 

fibi'lti , y.axii avzirpQuoiv. Soip. TQa%. (And this liuu in tlius <£iiutecl by 
Sthol. on Eiir. Tro. 573.) Id; ivip^notg yooifi. Avatp^/iOig, Kuta aviiqign 
eiv. Lex. Segiier. p. 393, 14: '/^psu^ijpijojv. «*Ti zov i&Q^vijnsv. And 
so explainB SgLo] r vara to Ivcivzlov, avzl tnv ietiva^i {tf. uii 178.). 
Iloind. (id Pint. Pliiedr. p, 15. 'Avsvrptfesiv tiMurs also in Eur. Or. 1335. in' 
a^iotet tag' apevquiftei (seliol: SuDqiijfitf) Sojiog. jElkii. V. H. XII. I. 
•q Si AanuQia — ttf ftiq[>ijjiijff«(j« — ■ &eovq itavzaq IvaXu 'ElXtivlovs. Por- 
phjr. dc abtitin. 11. 31. si — acetr^ijfigfffti/iEv kktk tow 'EiixeSQ%i.ia, It 
yovzss, &<:, Plat. Pined. 60 A. 015 ovv stSfv ^ft«s ij SHf&iJc»i;, avfv- 
qiij'iaijo* le kki toi.«ui' «itn tiit*]'. Pbilostr. p. 738. oiftwyij t^s Otrtflos 
SiEtpotrK TOT' <jTgatov ttvtv(ptif).ovei]s re mkI roi' viov poaJojjs. (Wliitli 
pHssagi! closely reEeinbles tVie present one.) .^liim. V. H. XII. 1. aviv- 
rpTjiijjeaaa ds Qsovg ■Ttatnas iaalti &c. ^scli. Fr. 38. cvrpvitotg yooig. 
Qn. ijcevq/tJiiiiBiv. Ensvip^^inCv occurs Horn. II. 1, 22. Sv9 cilloi jitv 
jCKvzii ixevqujiiJieav 'A-^eiol. Etir. Ipli. A. 1468. 

784. Stcntinqayiicvov} Scliol: eivve^ivTOs, o lazi ntrpiivfvfitvnv. 
Msch. Cho. 367. 1002. Pers. 254. 509. Eur. Hel. 864. 1193. Ion. 353. 
Blomf. Gl. Pers. 266. Compare Int^eQynSte&ai. Ant. 1288. and the I.atiu 
' inlerficere. 

786. ^axazo] "fie mii drawn, bent, caniracled.' Eitr. Itaecli. 32. 36. 
7ce66vfli] jraSoi/ ts cunj. Mein. nsSoet ottiirs Eiir. Baccli. 137. 6(>0. 

irttfo'a-ev Tro. 98. 

787. 0omi>, iv^eiv tbe mss. laanaiv , Iv^eyv Dioff. Laert. X. 137. 
Walief. Dobr. AriBlopli. p. 100. Cf. Pliil. 11. ^o^v, aziVK^wv {lytatv V.). 
753. Ivy^v Ktti arovov — noiits. .^scli. Siippl. 873. fujt xal iH)t«£s Kttl 
ttaXei Sfoug. 875. Iv^c «al §6a xfKqitSQ ajwv. Pers. 285. Tiif' nwot- 
^o» ^oa*. Hom.H.Q'.%7.«ondfiaV IvSovaiv. Od. o'. 162. ot « Iv^ov- 
ztg iTtovzo. Blomf. Gl. Pors. 285. 981. 'iv^ttv from lov, as ozozvSsiv 
from otozoC, niii^m^eiv from otfioi, Sic. For the Jtsyndoton cf. Aj. 60. 
Phil. 11. &c. The words of Diogenes are; iva itnl o 'HgaKl^g xaza^ifiQa- 
CKo/iEVos 11J10 rov %itavoi ^oij (§oa Wakef.) ' Saxvrav, Iv^^V^ ttfigii S' 
lativov (sic) nizq«i \ AoK^av z' opttot tcqoivss Evpoias t uvqa (sic). 

EKTUJiouv] iazivov is read in Diog. L. X. 137. Which reading 
Wiindcr (see his Emend, p. 55 f.) adopts as more poetical. ^Cf. Aj. 676. 
arivovza novzov. Ant. 592. ezovtit ^Qi^ovaiv Kvzmliiyfq axzaC. Pliil. 
1460. azovov dvzitojcov (of tbe monntain echo). 603. Eur. Hert. 816, 
jtdvros viiittoi. azevav lapemf. ^soh. Prom. 712. aliazovois — Qi'X'"'-'"-^ ■ 
(Compare aXinzvxoe.) Translate; 'resounded.'' 

For Tttzgal ([u. niQav, ^aeross the u-nler.' 

788. AoKQmv the inss. Dind. Aokduv t' Diog. 1. c. Pors. Dobr. Wimd. 
Hart. (I. e. 'bolh (he mountainous promontories of the Locri. anil the heights 
of Eub'jia. Put in apposition with Ketgai.) Perhaps — nizqat \ AoKqmv 


ipi^iwij^^u J ^^^ijj^(p^™ 


insl 8' dnttTts, nolla fiiv nxXag 3;^oi't 
Qiatmv EccvTOv , WoAAk S' oiiiiayrj ^oe>v , 
ro §v03CaQBvvov Xbxvqov ivSatovfisvog 
00V T^s TKlai'vrjs xaX tov Olviag ya'ftov, 
olov xataxT'^UKiTO Xvftavrriv §iov, 
ro'r' ix XQosid^ov liyvvog 6ifiSTQO<pov 

OQUOt, TtQmves Ev0oiai t' axgnt. CI'. II. P', 528. Aok^wv, o'i veiiovai 

TtQoivtg] Enr. Cycl. 116, fpjjfioi tcqUivis av^Qfiinoiv. The lonEc or Joiiic 
form is xgaav. Horn. II. «'. 299. Ttgiiovis axQot. 

angaij axQtc Diog. Wund. Hart. Herod. IV. ICtO. za axQa t^g En- 
Pol'^e. On these heights, which were on the East side of the ialand, see 
Valcli. ad Herod. VI. 100. 

789, BsretTie] ^Had become exhamUd'. Schol: awjipijusi TtQng tag 
oSvvag. Eur. Med. 460. o/irag d£ huh zeivS ovx ansigjiiiiOB ipiloig [ r/Kia — . 
Hipp. 1354. Audr. 87. Bee. 942. Or. 91. Isocr. p. 217. novovg butoijs 
dtfjiEQ Tovg S'lois 01IK aTtayogevoiif.v ^egamvovzis- 

jtoUa n'ev — jtoUa S' — ] Herod. II. 174. volXa jilv Sq aU- 
aitiTO, — naXla Si xal anorpevyBexi. 

Z^'ovil 'On the ground'. Cf. 767. 915. El. 747. toJ d« itlxtovrog 
xiSifl. (Ed. R. 1266. yj ^Kiiro. 

790. Qlnriav (sic) A. B. K. L. T. Cf. on 780. 
ol^iayrj ^oav\ So 783. avfuquj^ujce* ol^my^. 

791. SvaitKQsvvov] The same almost as 6valc*tgov, alenrgov, 'i'l- 
miapieioas'. So wuoat flu'miiFoot Ant. 588. Jidtot Svonwoi 1276. &e, Cf. 
^sch. Sept. 1006. n'^p.a xatgl ndgivvov. 

linxgov] l,ix°S Ven. The same confusion (Ed. R, 976. &,c, 
hSatoviisvogli 'HeviHng, reproaching' (lit, cutting up). Sohol: isipo- 
Sgmg XoiSoQOvtieroi ■ iv3ateia9ai juq id mpoSg^g ^ofl't'fii'. Another 
Schol: vvv nipoSga Maxas liyiav, Svaqii]iioiv , avvtvag /isiiqioiiet'os , i't- 
agaiitvog. .^sch. Fr. 266. ivSartte^ai rag Ifidg ivaatSiag. Eur. Here. 
217, Xoyovs oveiSKfriJQttg (Xoyoig ovEiSiatiiQaivl) IvSaTovitcvog. Lycopbr. 
155, KOV^eOK hSatovnEvog. Blomf. Gl. Sept. 575. Cf. on (Ed, E. 205, 
So in Latin, 'maledictis differre, discerpere, prosHndere, t^c.' And we 
say 'to cut up a person', A various reading ^/ijiatoufif^Dg (i. q. (laocopti'Ds) 
is mentioned in Schol. 

792. zav Oivitag yafiov] 'His allianee by marriage tvit/i (Enem''. Or 
'Ihe alliance proposed by (Eneas'. I. q. xijdog. Lat, ' affinilalem'. V. Elmsl. 
ad Med. 581. Musgrave proposes Sofiov. The line is suspected by Nek. 

793, olav^ Herod. I. 31. at 'Agyfiai iii.av,aQi^ov ttjv ii,j]t4ga nitiav, 
o!div Tivvfav jKUffijaf, Horn, II. t'. 758. £'. 166. g'. 95, .^soh. Prom. 
944. &e. 

KKiftKiiJaatto] Schol: Jiisopriget 17 vazii' xal ioti «tr,<iaiTO, avtl 
tov laxev. This compound occurs also Aj. 768, 1268. Perhaps iote hi^- 
aaiTO. Supply aviov. 

Xvftavtijv] Cf, Aj. 573, Xvni^v ijiog. 

794, ix tijg jtgoasdQov Xlyvvog] 'from the mist that had settled oner 
Mm or it,' Sohol: t^s «agaxti^ivT}g xal nt^txsxvp.htjg avzov fiXoym- 


f r;;-? ^^-^ . r ^ww^^^^^f'^^^-^^ W^ 


SaxQVQQOovvttt , xtti fiE nQoe^li-^as xaldt, 
SI xat , ^tQoGeX&t, (i^ <pvy!jg roviiov xaxov^ 
(11]$' eI 6£ X9V '9'Kf o'vTt Gvv&avEiv i(iol , 
tti-V ecQov ^|m , xal ^dkixsra (lev ftE &£s 
EVTav^'' Qitov (It /Ai} rts otl>BTai ^QOtmV 
bI 8' oxvov id%Biq , dlkd (i ix ys r^ffSa yijg 
noQ&iiEv6ov cog Td%i6Ta, (i-^S' avrov fl-«vo). 

Sovg voaov. Gl; t^g xix^iiivTjg TOtg oM.(iaei liyvvoe — liyvvv Si iflK 
ntQtufpifisviiv tois oqi9'ttl[to£e auto X^ ^ 7 ^ ')S ^' 

nQoaiSgov. tJitjtoXn^ovaJig. Cf. (Ed. B 1S13 ei iqi g ^l^ "jr 

ipoitoi' iniTtXojiirov . Aiyvvg usually m k t m 

also 'a flaine.' Hesyuh: Uyvvg . rpX ^ b ] \ N I U 5 

iijiMiff if Edti kvqIios to KaTivaSng ^ Q g S ?j j; cpl 

Blomf. Gl. Sept. 490. Cf. Ant. 1127. .^ 1 h pt 4J0 i y (i A 

aloltiv nveog Ktioiv. 

SidoTfoqiov'] 'Distorted.' Aj. 447 jn ' TP ^ e ?■ 

JLseh. Prom. 604. ipeevsg SideTffOq>o E B h 1111 ij S ip^ 
iiielaa xal Siaat^qiovg | koqks eliao & 1165 8 q rp 
HerK. 868. SiaOTeoqiovg iXlaeii — * Q . 

796. orparra^ 'People, muUiiade,' i. q. JtAij&fi. Ammon. p. 130. Cf. 
El. 749. ^sch/Eom. 636. 539. 653. 732. And on Ant. 8. 

796. xdXfi the mss. Aid. valg, valtt Steph. Br. fie. 

798. S'avovti] &icii6nztt B. 

799. ttQov] diQov L. flud Sgag (supr, i) 705, 

/idliatrc (liv] 'Above all, if possible.' Phil, 617, 1385. Ant, 327. 

jii&ES the msa. vulg. Herm, Wunil. fit fl'fj Walt- Pora. Hart, Schn. 
Bergi Dind Naiidi Cf 1254 fit *^s (fte&eig L pr ) also 803 ev /ifora 
cwttqjEi ftfii-rfg arpe 1254 Aj 1110 Phil 473 Mf&pg would mein f^J 
go ^!^e must understand fif after a^ov Unless miieed v.p read aiQs it' 
for npni' «hioh howe\oi woild ill aec rd with &^tg 

8111 — 2 Pergk thinks these two line hrlMg to the aecoid oditioi 

801 ol*tov IS tie common reading- tjr whii-h Wakefield rightlv tor- 
rectB oMJoii ' besilation ' Ei S' okvov lexf-ig miners to naitara (iiv 
&c (801) 

alia — yf] 'Al leatl ' (Ed C 237 Hercnles wishes it least lo bo 
reinived from tnbieft before his death, that he miy not ifTorl mattei of 
ndicnie to the (Echalians as Iho ■ichol rightly observLS 

ye] Tf K Qu aXla n' in iijcdt iffl-ovog 

802 (iij* uiiTov S'avio] ' \or lei me die lieie Cf on (Ed C 174. 
pij #iji' aSiY)j9<o Eur Hero 1399 all aljia fiij aoig iiono^^tafiai irf- 
iciotg. Her. 6b0. fti; rpsOBg (itttOfntTog | lOiijuou fieianjiJiii , alX lisu- 
■&£(iiiis fl-HMO. Horn. II. H . 26. (ii] OE, yigov, nolXrjaiv 'fym icKQk vriva'i 
%i%sCio {'do not let me catch i/ou 4~c.'). ip'. 476. (Uj aiv vvv in waipos 
iv), ^Eyu^oieiv av,ovam \ mxo^ivov. ElmsL ad Heracl. 559. ad (SA. C 174. 
Matth, Gr. g, 616, 1. 



^Qvy^d^Evov GTCaSftoioi. xai vcv avTixu 
Toiavta, ^^TiQ, nttxqX (iovXavOaO^ ffiw 

803. Tooaux' iJitonjipaiTOs] Se. avzov. Wu alioiilil have eKspectwl 
rather, as Wuniler observes, lniSK'qil)avza , beeause of the following eqit; 
but uiicli changes »rc occasiuDitlly met wiCli. So in Act. Apost, XIX. 3(f. 
zov Si Ilavlov ffovlofth'ov ttoel^elv sis tov Sijittiv, ovk ftmv avivv 
111 jia^tirai. Qii. ^jriffBijifiai'ta d^ '* fiiato ocpatra — . 

BOG, ij Jtojii' ^edi^sofl'"] ^ t^ft' ^t' oipta&' conj. Moiii, Itightly. 

808. il^qi^ijii] Arist. Tliesm. 6G7. ^v yep iijgjfff/ tfyairas avoaicc. 
tav] ^For w/ifcA thiagt.' Herod. IV. 118. tiaao&ai r^g jtQoo&i Sovio 

awtjs povXtiiisvoe (^i^EBs)- 

^alvlfiog] 'Aiienglnij.' Scliol: ^ Tifitaeos, ^ itoij'^i' a^rairoucu. IJimiif. 
01, Again. 395. Pormwl as aiwi/ios, ««eiit(tos, ildyj;ijios, xalXiiiog &ir 
Aj. 843. fr', (fl iKTSiai itoCvip.oi z' 'EgiriJes. El. 21(1. 

Jlv,ri —'Eqiviis i'J Cf. Aj. 1390. toiyaQ eip' — fivij/iotp i' "Etjivus 
KKt xilee^OQOS ^{ytti | kumove xauois ip^ii^siav. Eitr. Med. 1380. cHii 
c' 'Epivvs oltCEls tfniiani | epovla r« JC-kii- jEscIi. Ag', li32. ji« xq* 
rfiEiop T^s i.ii^S ncitfos ^i'^fi'" X'AzTiv {"Aziiv @'l) 'Egivvv %'. 

809. EgtyusJ 'Eqivvvs A. B. K. L. T. On tliu ortliogiapliy uf tbis 
word sec ]Jloinf. Gl. Prom. 53. 

tl ^tjiis S' (tf' um. B. Ven.) FJtfuj;ofiai. thu mas. Alil, vulg. tl ^ifiii; 
9', iTcevxotitii Ilcrin. Diiid. Srhn. el d'eftts y' Inenxofiai (oi- ei fl'jfiis y, 
In.) Wak. Mixegr. Br. Erf. fl S'EfiiB Sij jieiij;o(h« si ^tjiiar' 
fjieiijo/mi Wnnd. fv. Emend, v. 6Gf.) Hart. (Cf, llosych: ^i/iiata- cvKOfiK, 
I'dfiifiK.) li #ffi'S tf^Tt', eSzofiai conj. Hergk, el ^Sfiij K«TSU);o)iai 
conj. Uind.IlI. (coll, (Ed. U. 246.). The following e*(tis *' clearly shows 
tliat fl-jft'S is reqnired .ilso in this claiisu; iis in Fr, 678. si jioi ©fjuib* ■&?- 
((IS *E ralij*^ Isynv. Tliis therefore disposes of Wiindor'a corrcctiun si 
9e(tiai' hifvioiiai. Nor will d #jfiis y' inevxij^at answer, as ^sjiig am- 
not be nscd for to 9ejiis. Niir yet ft ^tjiis S , ijisvxojiai, for he luid 
already nttei'eil an imjirccntion. I eonjectiivc tlierefore si ztiS' srreo&ai 
■ffflKS. Or el ^Sjitg, zaS' sv^otteii. Or mv as — 'Egivvg z', et ^ejiig y', 
Insvxonut. A aimilJiv passage in the Elcctr« sooms to fiivour thu tirst 
of these proposed readings, El. 127. tog o zaSe nogtov \ oXoit , sf jiot 9'f- 
fUS tbS' aiSav. Compare also Fr. 678, si (loi ^sfiig- 9sii,te ^* zalti&ij 
Uyeiv. Phil. 1035. naaws 0I011S&' ■ oUte&s S' ^amijxdies I zhv SvSsa 
TovSe, ^fOMiii' el SlKtjg fieist' 1 k%otStt d' dg iiiXei y'' litsl ovitoz' 
CIV--. Knr. Here. 141. et jgij fi , iqazA' X9'i *> ^^^^ V^ Ssanoz^s I 
vjiav na^iettix'- Mcnand. IV. 144. e^ S-eav vcrieiv ee Sit- | Sfi Si, to 
K^azovv yoQ vvv j'O/ii'Jtiai 9i6s- Poraius I. 8. ' Si fas iliccrc: serf /<*«,' 
O'M. C. 1131. ipilijcio i', ft &e/tis, TO auv wKea. 044. si' pvi fl'tjiis y' 
Jjv. ITidG. I'll, GCl. ft" (<o( 9i(Lii, Qila,^' av. AnI. 1'25!). tl&ltiig tl 


d-i/iig d', tnd (tot rijv d-ifiiv av irQovjiaAt^ , 
ndvzav aQiaxov avS^a Tav izl x^Ofl 
XTBi'vaa', ajTofov C(?.Xov ovx oi^a nort. 



«'«r' afps^TTsiv' ovQos oip&aX(icav ifiav 
avtrj ysvott' Kaa^sv iQnovGri x«Ao'g. 
oyxov yuQ alXag livn'jtttTos ti Sit z^itpuv 

jisiv, 880. A similar example of feverential caution In avoiding is ilisplnyeii 
by Clytemiieatra in El. 14G6 f. 

810. Iws/ fiot Tttlg. iitiiS^ eonj. Nauclt. Qn. Infi roi, ivbieli Heig'k 
also proposes. 

t1,v i&Efiti' the ni3S. yiiig, t^v Iqiv Wund. (v. Emend, p. jC f.) riji-^' 
fQiv Hart. Herw, Which I had conjecluveU also myself. 

ngovpaleg A. B. K. Harl. Aid. vulg. TiQOvXa^fs L. T. Turn. Both 
readings are mentioned by the Schol: &£fits Se Inriv ^fiae uinagde&ai 
Boi, l^ei ou weoEf^a tijv S-i/iiv anlgpttjias Mat 7cagti3gg. iav Sh jrgov- 
la§ss, Kirt TOU i(p&aaag tr/v 9iiiiv Kal ovk i^sSi^a Stag n xata to 
Sinttiov agd^tjg. Nauck conj: IheiSjj t^» ^t/iiv ao KgoveslsVs. Neue 
explains; 'lu ut mihi fas e»seC fecisCi — .' Wniider: ' i,iwniam in hanc dis- 
cordiam provocasii, guum inierfecali if-c' Who compares II. i'. 529. ivO'ct 

Tiovat. Compare also Eiir. Med. 546. Toaauro — *is| " ofuliei' yag aii 
3i(iouS'i)K«S Xoyav. Hipp. 1046, av aavtm tovSf it^ov&i^-nas v6fi.ov. Snppl. 
428. Qn. ngoaipaUg (cf. 42. 255. El.' 074.) 

811. Cf. Aj. 1416. 

812. onotov — ] Po Shakfipeare: '/ ne'er shall look upon Ms like agaiiu' 

814. |uw)yopsfs y<o 1 T f<o 71 y g tj j I w mt 
JOS. Eur. Iph. A. 1142 S j fi. I y g i I O t 
I6O8. ipijflli' (tn»woJ At II t I 3 64 «/ mi( mi 
cowfemonem.' Tei-e t F HI 3 W SI p Jcs I 

815. iat' ofqjf'ejr ] Q S ip qi qw i g gn 
iaxi aip'. 

ovQog — HCiios] I h 1 1 t I klj 1 bl 11 

avzl tov oveioSgofi Cf 9 3 H Od i 640 U ji q 

Nauck transposes oipS k 1 d (i jig 

6ip»alnav — a » ] 1 111 T 10 g a» A t A 

11)26. avo)&ev vfiav 

816. xttlwg all the rass. Aid. italos T. Schol. Turn. Bind, Wiiud. 
Bgfc. Ncfc. Eightly. Schol: ti^e ovgog xalbg lutTCVivaai avtfj dawvey, 
Zva fDjKiri act^j' CSoijii. Ahove 468. aXla ravta (tiv \ yiizm ««s' ovqov. 

817. oyHoi' — ovonazog — fiijiewoi-J The epithet fijjTe«ooi' is hprc made 
to agree ivitli oynoi' instc^id of ovoiiazog, A colhtuoh construction. Cf. 



all' iQaha %aiQOvat(' rijv di xi^^iv i]v 

xiaii^ Sidttoi xaT(>l , rijv6' rwt^ Xdjiot. aao 


St olov, a XKlSeg, jrpoO£^[|ev ufpiXQ 

994. Kijvai'a KQtinls ^lajiav. El. 1290. mtzgiaav -Atriciv — Sontav, Phil. 
lOOO. y^s ToS' c^jrttj'Oi' Pk&pop. jEscIi. Euro, 315. [taigraov oyi'iofia — 
ifiivav. Eur, Tro. 1110. waigraoV rt d'c'Iajioi' leziag. Hipp. 1140. fiiji- 
gjtff^a iwipiov afim«. Andr. 160. ^jijigwiis — i('wj;^ ywcaiMoJi/, Arist. 
Lys. 196. Oixffioi' oifvov aiaiiviov. So in Horace, ' Tyrrhma reguai pro- 
genies' (Od. III. 29. ].). 

oyKov — oliiaf] I. e. 'Merely the eiaplij sound (shov>, display)'. Cf. 
P\a\.%i:l, haCQinv — Mialov alias. fEd. E. 333. Eur. Hec. 486. (J Ze5, 
n' ls|(o, jioTSen o at^eejjrotis deap, | jj ^o'^ar ciiios uj'i'ds MCKr^cfl'ai 
ficijji' I T^*j)i?'^ — ; G2G. alims qjgoni'tfii))' ^oulfijfiattt | yitoBOjjg r£ Jid(i- 
not. Hel. 1421, Ta Tav 9avovti/rv ovS^v, aXX aXliag Ttovos, 761. ix^tQ- 
jtov aXXas. Ton, 637. SwQov aXXatg. Tro. 4S4. ovu aQi&iibv aXXfog, aXX 
vitCQTatovs^Qvy£v. Meiiand.IV.213. sliiij-cis aXXtof ovouaatv x''^Qit jitvot^. 
Arist. Nub. 1160. ovttg li9oi, \ agtfl-fiofi, TiQo^ar aXXai^. Thuc. VIII. 
78. T«s — vavs ji,£vovTi>s, aXXiag ovojia aal ova Igyov, Plat. Tlieaet. 
17GD, DTI ov XrJQoi tiai, y^s aXlmg az9ij, alX' uvfijes— . Dem. p. 348. 
ox^og aXXaie Kal ^«<s*avia. p. 931. aXlmg v&Xog aai fiXva^la. Plat. 
Crit. 46 C. on aXlag iveKu Xayav cXiySTo. Horn. Oil. f'. 379. II. o'. 104. 
Toup. ad Longln. VII. RuLiik. Tim. p. 199. 

oyMOv] Aj. 129. <Ed. C. 1162. ^Qaxvv tiv' aliit (lii&ov, oum oyxuv 
^Xlov. 1341. El. 1142. Qii. Mo'(Htoi'— . 

tgiipetv} 'To clierish, iiffeel.' Schol: ^xsiv. Cf. on 28, 

818. vizis — SQtt\ Cf. EI. 1194. fuj'tiie Kaitiiat, (i^ipi S' avSiv ilieoi. 

819. xriv Sk -ciQiliiv — r^v3'] So in Fr. 94. Sstvov ys tovg iiiv Svc- 
ac^EtS KKKM* «io I plaazofztie tlza zovoSe jxJv jr^Hcciv Kaici[; ^c 

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8^11'. tichul: oiiaTi, lo tpHai , utiag ^ftiv hj^^uiu; CDvixict xiii ti? 
iitov KffKti* aitiBij TO &0S iy. tijs /tavtsic/s nuXai xQiia^iv. Hi. lluut. 
Oil, i'.5{l7. (SirOOTOi, ri fiai-u Stj jii nalnCfara SiatfaS-' ixavn. Msch. 
Vkih. 745. qjsu" rajifrfJ y' qi-^e jieijCfidiii TrySgig. Arist. Ei;. 12-18. or'uo/, 
ni'jieaMiai too -Stoii i6 ^^cqiKioii. 

821. fa'—] Cf. on S68. El. 1384. I'ffEtf' ojii; — . Fi.r Trt'' ivi- ,lu,iili( 
liave expected iSe^' : cf. 211. 

olov] 'How.' Ltit. 'u/.' Scliol: avrl tov ofros. Ant. »47. Hloiiif. 
Ul. Pi'om. 977, Or it may possibly menu, its Wunder sugg^ts, 'i/ii'ilf.' 

a jtat'dss] AiWressecl to tliirfr own niinil)ur, Cf. 211. aaiv/v' avayat, 
ui TtuQd-ivoi. Ami un 1276. Scliol; d j;oi)C6 agos aXlij'les &e. 

7!Qoatiii^tV — iifitv] 'Has come ii/nm iis.' Suiiul: nj/rl low jrpucipyayij 
a^iag. Hesych: Tigoe/il^as. 7tQoaBX»iov. Cf. Phil. Iil6. Eur. Dr. 128H. 
rB];K Tiff dQyeCav ^voTtlag — (it''poi nqoaiii^ei. 

"AipaQ occnra iigaiii 1*4. 629. 958., alwiiys in ciiornl odos. 

,S22. Toiuros rd ^tmipdjiovl I. c. to ■S'torogoTioi', 'Me answer of Ike 

lUalne oracle.' Hcroil. Ill, C4. nvlXa^lesv 8\ to &eo-aQititiov. I. r>4 &c. 

The usniil moiinlng of fl-soiroowoe is 'one wlio couBiilts im uDitlo' (Ileroil, 

VI, 57. .^seh. Prom, <i59. o S Is re riv&ei «h»i JmSiivijq wuxwo^s | ^to- 

T C <! o given to Ilcreiilos twelve 

bo D D A oIlodoriiB) ; the pnriinrt of 

w ii ros T where, aRer serving Eiirj- 

p rf g Uiliuiii'.? tliiit alioulil be im 

il um w 111 Apolloilonis IL 4. 12. xaQa- 

ji ip w& & JtoS naToiKiJcsi. ^ ffi /7u- 

& a T w9 EvQva9s£ IctzgcvovTa Stii 

tftodfaa, MCfl roue Ixnaneoiisvovg h&Ious Saiiiiic ^mrtitfii' na!. o«i(j« 
^qii] tiav adloM; ovvrEleff^tvitav a&cfi'OfTDv aviov Hofa&ai. WIilu ITer- 
euh's left TrftcUis, thure vfQini still wanting fifteen nLontlis to cohiiiIi'Il* 
this jirodictod period of twelve yoJivs. Cf, Wund, Introd. IV. §, 4. On 
tliis oriiele cf. 1172. 

823, rBs laitxKjKiTOt) xgovoiccs] 'Of nncicnt (oracular) prexcienee.' 
Lit. ' of prescience nltered long since.' ScIioIi'To liros to Ik t'^s jiavTeiag 
nalai neijo&i)-, Gl: t^s w«:lat Xsz^slaijg. Cf, 171, Is tliis rigbt? Qii. 
nuXcutpaTOio qiafitae. Schol: yQ. KtcXmipoiffov, iv 5 t^s Tcdlai jiavTBvaa- 
liivrjg' q)oi^aa9ai yag to fiavtsvea&at. Tlie author of which rending- 
Hominnn suspccta either rend or proposed to i-eiid tue nalai ^ol^ov 7tQ0~ 
voiag. And so reails Hnrtung, Cf. (Ed. C. 454, ta — 7CBXai<pa&', a (loi 
$ocpog ^weiv TiOTB. 13S1. 1] naXaiiptttos diitrj. Cf, Horn. Od. 1 ,507. 
ri (lala Srj fit naXalifiaTa 9-faq>a&' Ikovbi. v' . 172, .<Ei)cli, Ag, 750. 
jiaila/qBCTOs yigiav Xiyog. Pind, 01, II. 71. Iv S\ IlvS'avi neijc&Jp 7111 
Xaiqiaiov rfijcof*, N, III. 14. TtaXaiqiazOV dyogav. VI. 32, TcaXaifpatog 
ytvsd. I[. IC. Eiir. Cj-cl. 09G. icalaioe XQ^fl^^f l«7tiQctiv£rai. fit<ih. 
Flor. nl, 52. Tjjg Tigoiiavtinrig IjiavtiKijs) TtQovotav. 

aQovoias] I. e. fiKus^ffS , 'prophecy', lit. foreknowledge. (Eii. li. 978, 
Hert it seems lo nigtiify 'n proplielir liectaration , prediction, orach.' 


SaSixazog Hqotos, avKiivoav tsXeiv 7. 

8-24, o t' for oz') the mss. Aid, on' Tnrn. ctz Herm, Schol: ojctp 
igrifl'tygaTO, lirsidaji iviariog o iei«io* fj;<H* TO SaStvafnivov jrapjlfroi 
(-©■J)?), TOTE avaxiojjjr ytpfff^ai tSv jcoviov ito Hpanlff, iio iJtos 
TtaiSt. Qu. o y' (or a y') ^a^fv, or o? 'ilaKsv'. Cf. on (Ed. E, 694. 
EI. 151. Ph. 600. Lob. ad Aj. p. 328. Hem. ad CEd. E. 688. Cf. on 
V. ant. 834. As Hermann and Dindorf rightly observe , SIu-kev refers to 
QtOf contained in ^-toa^oitov. Cf. Arist. PI. 39. xi Sijza SoiT^os iXayiiv 
in rmv cti/ifJBTiop; Iph, T. 976. Svcev^ev av3rir rgljioSos i* neuooii 
iornioi' I ^oi§oe &a. Orest. Ifi'2. 323, Apitz and others take S t' (sc. toti- 
jTos &(!.) to be the subject, colL 345. ];o) Xoyog aTjtiaivsta. I read ti i'. 

oirdif rslfoliijvog inrpifot StoSsKuzos ttgocos] 'When the lurelflh year 
vrllh ill full compleraenl of months should be expiring.' 

ztltofiiivos — Sqozos] I- e. iviavihs SiiSiKa teleiav p.t]vav. Schol ; 
D ivtavTOs 6 tHuov k'xiov to SiaSttiafiiivov. Cf. 650. Svo«aiStxdiirjvoi' 
■ — uowoi'. Matthise absurdly fancies this means nrpoTos SaStna tfleitav 
ativav, coll. Knd. P. VI. 4. JTi'5'(oVntos vp^vav S'ljaaveog. 01, III. 4. 
OXv^MioviKav v^vov. Eur. Hipp. 57. Bergk corrects: ojio'ic rsXto^^fiVOv 
(' plenilutiium'] Ikipsqoi StaSixarav kqozov, toi avox^v zeliCv novcati. 

Ixiffgoi'] 'Should be expiring.'' The Schol. explains by kixqIX&oi, 
Dindorf by l^il&oi. Neither correctly. Verbs compounded of ept^at are 
often neuter, e.g. Siaftqai, avfifpf^io, jz^oiftgio, vTtfQifngm. Cf (Ed, C. 
1424. opKS za XQvS' ovv mg Is of^br intpiQti \ jiavzEVjittQ' (where t. 

825. SaiSgaazog agoiog] 'The twelfth year.'' See Apoltodorus quoted 
822. Mnsgrave conjectures: SBtStf.a,Tto.ii (or JtoSeKKnous) .ffpOTos [^ a year 
of hvelve months'), coll. Cleobuius ap. Stob. Eel. Phys. C. XI. tig o icariiQ, 
Tcaidee 8i Sthd^emb {of the year). Benedict; StoSexazov (sub. jirjvci) aQotog. 
Hartung: Smdex.' Izvs agotog. All which corrections are not only superfiuons, 
but false. I had myself conjectured Saitxazog aQi&iij>g, or StoSeKaaiXit~ 
i-os, or hiavzbg, tv^vg (or Wtov); but it is clear that a period not 
of twelve months, but of twelve years is meant. Cf on 164. 

o:(>DTOg] cr^OTpos L. and so 69. 1. e. iviavxog, Seboh aqozog 6 ivi- 
avtog, Qjre tov aTia^ xat iviavtov agovv. Hesycht agozovg. iviav- 
zovg. Hofp. Tgax. Bekk. Anecd, p. 446, 6. Eustatbius also (ad II. »', 
1-. 811.) remarks that Sophocles uses k^otos in the sense of iviavtog. 
Cf. 69. Toj' 7taQtl9-6vt' agotov. Cf. Eiir. El. 1148. Tcat^iSa Sfxirtaiv 
Iv ano^ataiv il&ovr Ifidv. 

avaSoxdv (o in lit.) L. isvaxfoj(civ B. rtvdlvaiji (cf. El. 143. avdl-veiv 
Kanaiv) or afanvoav conj. Dind. 'A respite, eessation.' Schol: dtid- 
anvaiv, avaxaxiiv, avaSoxiiv (avozTl'i' Dind.). Cf. 1172f. Dindorf thinks 
avaSoxuv is from a gloss avo%tjv or avccnroxiiv, which words are used 
by the schol. Wunder esplains; ' susceptionem.' (See his Emend, p. 66.) 
And so Erf. Bill. Herm. Bergfc conjectures tot" avoxav, in preference 
to which Schneid. suggests ap.' dvoxdv. Qa. dvdivetv (El. 145. dvdKvsiv 
KQjtii'), or ro'i' avtaiv. Or ctJzoXvaiv zeXelv. Or tfij lor' dvoitmxuv 
(or dvdnavaiv, om. itovtav , perhaps a gloss) teltiv, 'that then he tcould 


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ta ^log avTOTtatdi. 

xal tad' OQ&ag e^xeSk xazovQi%st 

accomplish a eensalion (of hU IrouMe}.' Or avian- hxfUiv (Herod, Y. 28. 
aviBti MaKttii'). Or ujia Xvbiv tiXitv. Or uvativociv *^f(v novwv tiiv 
^loq avTontuSm. Cf. Enr. Iph. T. 92. Jt«t tkuth Sqaeavt' avanvoa^ 
t^HV Ttoviav. Mcineke makes a similar conjecture, avaicvoav xitttv tta~ 
vav rar &c. , comparing also Ariphron up. Allien. XV. 702 B. ff ris ap- 
&qtanoiai. rsg^is tj aoviav WfiKvoa TtsifavTai. The subject of ti3.££v 
appears to lie iop S'tov, understood from what has preceded. But the 
passage is obscure. 

tflsiv] 'Thai lie woald accomplish.' Cf. 1170. ^ (loi — i'lpamt iiox&'dii' 
t&v i/ptetrntcav Ifiol [ Xvatv relti^a&ui. Also on 824. Perhaps tcilitv 
'thai Ihere should lie,'' ox nfluv 'mould draw nigh' According to Wunder 
the subject ot TEleii' ia tfioSfMoios opoios, the object avaSox''*', Schneid. 
takes a^oTOf to be the subject of zelelv, aa also of vatovQi^si 328. 

826. avTonatSi] 'Own-son, genuine son.' Schol: yvtiaia itatSC. 
So avtave^iog Eur. Her, 213. Arist. Thesm, 514. avrciiitayiia eov. Viig. 
^n. Till. 301. 'Sahe, vera Jovis proles' (Hercules). 

oqS-^S ^liJicSa Katovgl^ei} 'Are progressing -without swerving to a 
fuBouTuble issue.' Schol zavxa S'g za ipijofl'srro: aafiaXois vvv vfiiv ano- 
flaivii. xQoiiiv,iis Ss Karotpijd laowt^ ovQiia Tcvoip.ixxi jrpooopfitjFi ufiiV 
«o:t' o'e&oi' awofitva CI ffid R 690 og y ip,civ yav — KCit op&ov 
ovpicorg. El. 603. il /irj toSb ipaaiia vvxiog ev Kazaaxijeti. Ilom. II. ^'. 
330. Ktivos iws Kyogfii re Si/ vvv Tiitvzci ttXtizcti. 

827. ■KatovgiS^t'i 'Are coning speeility to an end, are receiving a speedg 
accomplishment.' Cf. 4G3 On the contrar? (Ed B 151%. Svaov^iaiov 'inter- 
vdnable'. The verb here is intransitive as rightly explained by the Schol. 
on prec. v. So InovQi^civ in Ar st Th 1226 igfjE vvv natu zovg mo'- 
(■oxers itiovqCaae. Cf. Womf ad Pcrs (j08 But xazovQCisi-v is transitive 
.^scli. From. 989. *^s zaadf eavzov it7i(tovas Katoiipioas. Wunder wrongly 
supposes it to be transitive, and the subject to be BtoSivazoq agozog, 
the object zdSi. Compare £1. 502f. Burges (ad Suppl. 594) proposes: 
H«l zaS' ■9'Eos cfinsSa vazovgl^oi [— Jji.?]. Qu, tji^tSov l^oup^^ft. 

828. jiijig yap — ;] Hercules forms the same conclusion 1171 f. Schol: 
jTMg yffip av 6 fit)»m opci* to tpds jckq Ev^va^ft largsvot; 

829. 6 iiTj Irvaeatv] 'lie who sees not the light, is not aline.' El. 1079. 
II. «'. 88. iiisv ^taviog xorl sVl j;*o«l SlQuonivoto. Eur. Ale, 140. KCil 
jTfflS av avtog yiaz^avoi zt nal ^Itnoi; Schol: o fujKEtt o^iov za ipiog. 

fit woTf, I'l' litiTiovov ^zoi &avav lazgicav A. K. R. Ilarl. AW. 
Szi iroi', h' i-ainovov ^oi {^zst B.) — B. T. Turn. i'zi. Tiozh Ir' (after 
310TE a space left of seven letters) — L. i'zi aoz' ^jrt'jroroV y' ^xoi 
^avBiv XazQtiav Heath, Br. Mil «oz' km'wovov ^avav f);o( largiiav 
Vauv. hi moi' ^r' Inl itovatv (827) — Watef. hi ttot' h' inijiovav 
fjoi — Apitz. tfaog fii ■Jtoviav f);o» — Hart, qi^g ?z' Ixiaovov — Dind. 
if/a/g fri Ttoz fti novior l);oi iazQtiav {&avaiv being ejected as ft gloss) 
Wund. (v, Emenil. p. BCf.) Nanek. hi nor , h' ini'wovov Xaxoi (or ki'ioi) 

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avti6t(f0q>7] a. 
fi ydff a<pt KsvravQov tpovia vi<p^Xo 

— conj. Schn. Qu. s'ti jioi' av inimovov zgtipoi (fjoi being a gloss) — . 
Or ipaog av It' iit^Tiovov Tpfqsoi — . Or fi* av iTiCwovtiv fjoi — . Or 

in not Iniiiovov av ipfqsoi XaxgsCav. Or hi. not' av novav fjoi In- 
zQciav. Certainly moie seems unsuitable here. &av(!)v is probably either 
a corruption of jtovmv, or a gloss on fo; Isvaatov, 

830. darmv Xarpsiav] Qu. jroi'dM' iaief^cf. Cf. 357. Tcovmv larQtv- 
liara. 70. qiaei viv largiv :iioviiv, (Ed, C. 105. fioi&ovg XuTqtvrov. 

tcot' B. T. jroii A. K- L. 
f^oi A. K. L. T. izti B. 

831 f. 'i^or ifa ireacheroas fate is goading (tormenting) him in his aides 
with the lawderous snare of the Centaur, from the adhesion of the poison, which 
dealh gave Mrth to, and the spatted serpent (the Hydra) nurtured, hoie is il 
possible thai he can Hue another day beyond the present?' Schol: cl jicQ aviov 
to alfta TO &avdaiiiov -coii KsvravQov arQis^^i &c. Wakef: "Si Herculent 
constringendo cracient Centauri crudeles el lethiferw casses, ea necessitas 
falalis, qvam dvlus exeogilavit; quomodo mortem poleril effiigere?" 

831. KivravQOv] Kertavqm V. Ven. 

ipaividi vt^f'lc^t ]j. qiovia veifiXa A. T. ifoivla vetpiXa B. K. B. 
Harl. edd. vett. tpotvlav vsrpiXav V. Vcn. cpofiV ViifiXa Musgr. Br. 
Erf. Herm. Dind. Wund. Bgk. Kaaek. rpovCaiiiifaX^ Hart. Gl. A; zm aZ- 
fiazi. Schol: to crlfia to &avdaip,Qv toi KevzwoQOv. (Who therefore 
reail qiovia vtipsXa.) But Schol. on 832; i;eȣi SI to titdrtov xio ttZfiati 
^ avayxti tt/s '^ijiavtigag, /; (lEin SoXov iej;i'iieafiEVr(. Musgr; 'morti- 
fera nebula* 

vtrfieXif\ 'Net, toil,' Wakefield properly understands vKpiXrj here 
to mean a kind of fine net, to which the fatal tunic, which had so close- 
ly adhered to Hercules, is aptly compared. With him at. Horn. Od. j'. 
304. lus jiiv T iv ntSlm vtcpua TCTcaaaovaai tsvzcci, Arist. Av. 194. (ta 
7^v, (ta xaylSas, fid vtiplXag, p,a diazva. Athen. I, 19. Ai'temidor. II. 
11. Satyrius Thyillus: #i](ievcijs iloXixov zoSc SiTizvov av9lzo ^afiig, | 
TKypijS S OQvi9lov itiriofttroj' vtiptXiiv kc. Hesych; virpsa , Xivu #1;- 
Qazixd{eiigtvz.?). The isame fatal tunic is called a TciSrj 1059, dftcfilfiXT]- 
ergov 1054. In a similar figurative sense fQxog is used Aj. 60. Dobfee 
and Burges likewise understand the word in this sense. Cf. Horn. II. ji'. 
350. S'avdzoio ftt'Jaii viipog aurpeKaXvipfv. Hom. Od. m'. 314. die qunro, 
IOC S' axEog veipiXri t-naXvipt jitlaiva. tf'. 180. &c. Others understand 
vi/piXt) here of a garment of fine texture (Husohk. Anal. Crit. p. 139.), 
and others of death (Hom. Od. S'. 180. D. t'. 696. jt'. 350. &u.) Possibly 
there may be an indiceut allusion to the mother of the Centaur or Cen- 
taurs by Ixion, who was called Ntipeltj (Diod. IV. 69.). 

832 f. XQiii ~~ ^Qoaza*ivToe — TcQOBrtzavmg — ^ivzg' Ijii^laavza] 
Donaldson (Cratyl, p. 68.) compares the similar language of Plato Flicedr. 
p, 261 A— D. nQiitov h'ev frpji|f ^- ^igiiozfjs — ^tQ/tav&ivzoq Si Izdnjj 

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alsvQa , ^Qo6tax8VTog lov, 

ov Ttxezo &dvKtog, h^iipi S' kIoXos Sffaxav, 

— £*i our £v Tojjio) oXtj, Kai avamjxin — - i^ tftslo'doj iyxghi tKaorij 

— wffrs Jtaoa « trior ftiVj] KiiMiw 17 Tf""!^ o/eiea &e, 

832. Jipi'ji] 'Slings, goads, lormenls, maddens.^ Lit. 'pricks, biles.' 
jEseh. Prom. 551, j^pi'si ne an its idlaivav olatQog. 619, a i_v6eog) f«i- 
eKtrst ft£ xQiovaa x^rreotci qiotralsois. 695. o^unioV*) I iivtaat jeio^stu'. 
905, ofei^ov 9' uQSig XQiti (i aw^oq. Hesych: ^xp""*" ■ ^JtErujffsi'. 
Blomf. Gl. Prom. 583. Compare KtVigo: 840. 

Soloitoios avuyyia] ' A trfacfieroas insidious fate.' Cf. 850. SoXiav 

— a-cav. 840. For crayKTj cf. Phil. 206. 216. Qn. Solonolia dvayxK. 
Eur. Ph<en. 1017. lie avayxccv Satfi-ovBiv dipiy(i,svos. Compaie also tie 
eipresaion ccvayKaia tvirj EI. 48, Aj. 485. 803. 

833. ^ilsuec! the mss. Scbol. vulg. nlevga T, Erf. Herm. Dind. &c. 
Cf. 767, 1063. For jrirupc cf. on Aj. 1263. Fors. ad Ovest. 217. Herm, ad 
Aj. 1389. nkivgd, equally with ogjt, depends on j^et'tt; not on -TfQoeca- 
xivzoe, which could only govern a dative. The same construction as in 
CEd. C. 314. nvv^ TtQOGiona Qiuaalig viv afinez^'- ^^- 1301, fishes f-i, 
mpos ^fSiv, XEtga. (Ed. E. 718. and in Homer, lor Si cxozos oeae «a- 
Iv^iv, ti Si oe qjpf'ras ?)isto nivS'os; &c. For the sake of perspicuity 
therefore it may he advisahle to insert a comma after nXsvga, as Hartung 

;i?oiiraKJi'TOfi] Se, ait^. Cf. 837. 768, 1053. Jilivi(ai6i ycy aqoa- 
fiax^lv &c. Enr. Or. 34. aygiijc ^vvTOKslg voaot. Lucian. Cat. )4. av~ 
Toig Tcdlai neoaxtzijiivlei . Wakefield thinks it most unlikely that the poet 
should have repeated the same verb in so short a compass, and titerefore 
proposes are oojiay^iToe. He compares Vii^. -En. IV. 173. 'hierel later i lelhatis 
arundo.'' The form awxrix&tls occurs Eur. Sappl. 1030. 

lov] ^'Poison.' Cf- 717. 771, 

834. ov TtKSTo ■d'opBios the mss. vnlg. ov ixEne &'dvatos Hart. Schn. 
Nek. ov y' frsxi ^dvaias, or ov Sixizo &avazog Wakef. (Which latter 
he thinks confirmed by Ovid. Met. IX. 130 'saagms per utrumqiie foramen 
] emicuit, mislas Lemwi labe veneni: ] excipit hunc Nessus'.) Musgr; 
"Peperil ertim illud pharmacum poTlim mors NesH, parlim hydra Lernwa." 
In poetic language that which partakes of any thing is often said to be 
produced by it. So a graceful thing is the offspring or work of the Graces, 
a &tal thing of Death, and the like. Similarly AJ. 1034. ag' ov» 'Eqi- 
vvs zovz' ^XK^Kt^ffe I'qsos i itaxitvov AiStiq — ; Below 1052. 'Bgivvcov 
iipavzhv ai^ipi^lTiaTQOv, Schneid. compares the line, r/ifag aipQoovv)} 
ofiemioato, roV ^' 'T'-tw. Cf. also EL 197. Solog i\v o tpgdaers, i'gos 
o Kzttvag. Eur. Here. 458, IrtKov /ilv vfiag, nulefiiots S' l^Q^ipattr^v \ 
v^giOfia. As regards the verb -cixfto, it is to be observed that the active 
viTiTitv is used of the father Find. 01. VII. 71. ^sch. Eum. 650, and 
the middle ziKzia^ai of the mother in .^sch. ap. Athen. p. SOOB.; but 
the two voices are nsed almost promiscuously. V. Lob. ad Aj. 706. 
Horn, II. S'. 164. o S' apK Vlavnov WKi&' — aoiorp rlavKOe ^ztMtev &c. 
o'. 187. o've zixiTo'Pfa. Od. o'.249. &c Find. Fr. 9. os — m'xsto iav- 
9av 'AS'dvav, jEseh. Cho. 121. kotI yai'civ avzijv, ij za jiavta xiKzizai. 
Ariat. Av. 1193. aiga jcsgivsipelov , ov "Egsfios hsxszo. Ear. Hel. 216. 
ozf oe rjHsto iiazQo&evZivs- Ph.e58. Here. 1023. rtKva zgiyova zsnofisvos. 


^m m ^ H m § wmmm!>i^mm 


Or. 196, w Tino/isva /te /luriQ. Wakefield however well observes that in 
a repetition of this kind the poet would never have VBeakeoed the face of 
the passage hy combining tsk£to with fiEite: and that he might have 
written thus, ov y' hiKs &avaios, iisxs @' —. And this very probahly 
is the true reading, for ov y' ^rcne might easily have been changed into 
3* TfKSTO. Bnt if the reading of v. 824 in the strophe he correct, o r' 
IXave (but see note there), ov Stske will be preferable here. So above 
518. tor' ^r SoQog, ^v 3i idlaw nuTayos- Eur. Med. 98. KivBi kquSCciv, 
xivei Si %6Xov. In repetitiona of this kind, than which nothing is more 
frequent, precisely the same word is found in both elanses, (nlv in the 
former clause being sometimes expresaed, but more generally understood. 
See Elms], ad Med. 1039. Or we might correct ov thazo &kv«ios, tb- 
Ktro 3' — . Or oi' IVens fihv 6 &^e (Gl. viaos, whence perhaps Qavazog, 
corr. from jiiv viaog), fijut 3' — . But there is no objection to the read- 
ing adopted by some, oi' tixixo 9avazos, ^rQcqii S' — (the difference 
of tense being easily eiplleahle). Possibly S-avatos may refer to the 
Centaur, but it is more probable that it is used here as a poetic perso- 
nification, just as elsewhere 'AiSijs, ^Egtvvss, &e- Aj. 1034f, 

ftjKE ff the mss. vulg, StQfrps S' Lob. ad Aj. p. 327. Herm. Wund. 
Dind. Hart. Schn. Bgk. Nek. See Wund. Emend, p. 69 f. 

atolog SQUKraiA Cf, 11. 

835. jrras oS" av aiXiov A. T. — av aliov K. L. — avaltov B. — 
diliov (om. St£qov) Harl. Eliuslej on Med. 1919, where the Brst syllable 
of atlCov is short, quotes in this passage. Compare also Ph ten. 172. 179. 
Or 1002. Tro. 1068. Seidler [V, D, p. 103) suggests transposing thus, wras o*" av 
sttqov aiUov ^ tavvv ISoi. Wunder (see bis Emend, p. 70): xaf oS' av 
iti tpaog Fiegor ^ tuvvv fdoi. Hermr aiXiov iiegov oSs ye nag CSdt* 
HOC av. Bergk eonj: akiov oS av jims ttiQov >} ra vvv ISoi. Qn. 
jeioE oS' av (or av o8') hi gjteos ^TtQOv ^ to vvv tSoi. (Which answers 
exactly to v. str. 827.) Or nws oSc y' av au,aQ — . Or jcag oS' av it' 
aii,ag ■ — . Or Timg oS' (or ii') av ^zt(/ov aeliov ij tov vvv fSoi. Cf. 
Ant. 1333. OJitog liTivii' a/iaQ all' lieiSai. Nauck suspects aiXtov. 

tavvv A. vulg. TO vvv B. K. L. T. Read rov viv, or id viv {ipaog, 
afiag). Cf, Aj. 753. xor* 17(105 rov!t<favig to vvv toSs. 

fiSoO raots B. 

836 — 40. A further description or recapitulation of what had just 
been mentioned, as regards the venom of the Hydra, and the murderous 
contrivance of the Centaur. Compare 572-1, 716 f. 

836, vSgag — qiaafiaxi] 'Monster of a kydra.' As Hesychius explains 
ipauiia by tsQag, TSqus •paafiaTi may possibly be, as Wakefield observes, 
a poetic periphrasis for the simple TSq^. Cf, 508. Tixgao^ov rpdeiia rav- 
Qov. Brunck ad 910. But it is far more probable that Sophocles wrote 
something else, indicating the venom of the hydra, Schol; nQotneiioXlii- 
fievos XB> lai T^s vSgaq. Who certainly did not read qncOfiaTi. Wakefield 
proposes vaeaaTt or ezayjiart. Wunder (v. Emend, p. 70 f.) and Har- 
tung give va^ari. Wecklein a^rcda^azi, coll. 805. 1082. Hermann conj. 
^daiiati (IJ. Which Meineke calls "certissimam emendationem." Qu, ipi'ir- 


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%^q6s 6i.6svta xivxQ' iai^iaavru; 

^nn (cf. 661. 675, 689. 832. rhilostr. Uua. 17. iyx^ioavxoq aiitb, ray 
vSqoii thv lov is Tov ttiQOV to(> tcoSoiv), or cti^iiefTi. (717. ^os retfiniows 
liilas. 572.), or |cau«Ti [(rom iaivia), or nlaoiiati, or d'etfi^att (gramo, 
cf. 572. 674.), or ^ajiftati. Dinrforf also proposes IwCfion. (Pollux VII. 
30 cites |Kfffi« from Soph. And the phrase ^alvetv ninlov occurs Arist. 
Av. 828. ^dajiazt he thinks may have come from a glosa txpaeiiaii.) 
Scliol: ipaetmxi. tovxlaxt zm tiiazCm xm KsiQiefihrn xm ^«e(i«'«OT t^s 
vSQag, xovxiaxi tij to^l-] Cf. 662. If itQoatav.ivxos (824) bo correct, it seems pro- 
liable that TtQoaTSxaytoiq is corrupt here. Cf. on 834. 

837. (lilayiaixa S' — 1 Instead of p.tXay%alxtt #e fl'ijeos -xivxQois 
alm^lievog. Cf. on (Ed. K. 452. Ant. 813. Schol; nai afia rw yaojicii 
xrjs vSqag kbI to: vsntQa xov Nieeov al-Ki^u avxov. Stilav Si oxi tpo(- 
vta xa KSvxQa xov Neeeov, leyst 9i to nfjiw avxov or/i/isfiiyfiiVoii r^ 
Xol^ T^S vSgcrs. Statins Theb. XI, 238. 'iiictorqae faril per viscera Jfcssus.' 

Iielayxai'xa — ffijeos] Cf. 557. xov Saavcxi^ov — Nieaov. Hesiod. 
Scut 189. iiilayxaitiv xf Mi'/iavta (a Centaur). Kur. Ale. 452. 'AtSijs 
o (lelr/fxaixag 9e6s. 

!i,fXay%aixa A. K. L, T. (supr. ov) fislayxaixai B. V, Ven. 

i' A. B. K. L. T. viiig. fl-' V. Ven. *" Wakef. Br. Nik. eonj. Diiid. 
Kiglitly. For jihv — xi Wundcr refers to Phil, 10.56 f. I do not believe 
myself it is possible for these two particles to bo opposed to one another. 

838. afiiiiyu occurs in an oracle ap. Dem. p. 530. letavai wQaiaiv 
(1. copa/ro) BQOlit'ai l«(i'»' afbjiiya jcdvtas, 

K^n/gd] 'TomKnl.' The active form of this verb occurs also Aj. 402. 
Ant. 419, Horn. II. a'. 54. Kouqujii yap Sij yaiav ufix/^ei jitviacvrov. 
The middle form is far more usual. 

839. Nieeov [vfoov L.) *' (*' eras, in B.) vtio rpoivia (uiro^oiVm 
Ven.) Soloitv&a (3ovX6ii.v&a Ven.) the mss. Nioov &" vno Snlotiv^ic 
Tricl. JVeaeov ^ovia SolSfiv&a Heath. Miisgr. Br. Sch. vao tpovicc So- 
Xo/iv&a Erf. ini gioVto: SoXoiivG-a Apifz. ipovid y' vnh fiolofiv&ov 
Kened. *ijeos oXoip^a Wund. (see his Emend, p. 73—7), vn6<f)ova So- 
Xtonv9a Herm. Sehn. d'r/Qog SoXoipova Dind. 11. ^ij^os oXoEvxa Dind. 
III. (who thinks &' vno a corruption of &ijpos, and Nsaaov a glossi 
on &7jq6s)_. tpovia SoXofiv&a (om. Niaeov) Hart, vJtoSoX6iiv9a conj. 
Bergk. rpotta SoXtoi^'o^a Nauck. For 5o1oVw*k Reiske coiyectnted aoJii- 
(iw];k or Solo^v^a. Nieaov is with good reason thought by many to he 
a gloss {cf. on 854. Ph. 678. El. 1396. CBd. C, 697.), and in frtijio or 
9' vno Dindorf detects, as I had already done mjself, a corruption of 
^Jjpos. The Centaur is called simply fl-^p 556. 568. 662. 707. 935. and o 
9ilQ KivxavQoe 6S0. 1162. As for the two epithets ipoivia (ipavia Kr.) 
SoXoiLVT^a, Dindorf thinks them a corruption of some singlu one, such as 
SoXoifova, which is found in jEsch. Ag, 1129. Solorpovov XiBiixog tvzi"' 
ooi Xcyto. Schol: SoXo/ivd-a. on toig SoXiots xov Niaaov Xoyote dnattj- 
&tiaa xexoXiiTj-aev. Wlio did not, it seems, find vtio here. Qu. SoXoipova 

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fiByriXiiv nQnoQaan Aiiiiniiii. ftXrtjira 
uBijuviictv yn^oiv tu fttv m<rt} 

KtviQa &iiq!is ; iTii^ioi II t -ill pans f'r tiriTcnvav laxni 

, d-avAv lazQsiav). * 831 < i\ pithets might also siiil 

liere, ijucli us oXnofQO (II ^ 7 3 ^ ip^ g vSqov), oXorpmia, SoXo- 
9viia, Sokoipgovei , doX rp (JE I Ag 1123) 8oXo«oia (Tr. 832.), or 
tfoli'o— . Of. El. 1392. S X §<oj I Ipli. A. 1301. Soliotpqmv 

Kimgis. CertainI)' tlie i tl t 6 1 fi «■ 1 t suit nivtQu. Cf. 85'i. 

SoltKV — iitav. 832. K q qim qi X — SoXonoiog avaynti, 

Stiiol. Apoll. Rhod. IV. 477 S I q, g — tovTO siioioyv Jtpos ro 

tiilae«B%ai i^v SoXof P j p 118 ij* y«(i it vofitfioii Toij 

floloTiov^'eceiv aipoaim tp A SoXo<povri&svTos cncgaTi] 

Qiaaftov. JoloqjOVBieS' I» D p 4(J1 , 26. 

' 840. Kevtg' \ vivT:Q F F ii p qr X q *^1ktp'. 

iiriJjotd'TRl Suid w tL ref p 1 p t bat in rcliitcd 702. Ear. 

Ilec. 683. Stivov zi n^fia TlgiaiilSaig lai^sas. Iph. T. 987. Ssivii rig 
oqyri Stftji6v<av iTCf^seiv \ to TavcaXfiov CTtsQ/ia, Arist. Tli. 468. sjii- 
Siiv i^K loiijV. Miisgrnve wrongly takes im^eaciVTa in a transitive sense, 
toll. Eiir. Cycl. 302. Xe^iji:' iits^eatv avf/i. Apoll. Eh. III. 273 &e. 

841. cav — aoxvos] ' Of vihick things enlerlainmr/ no apprehension.' Lat. 
' i/uortan secura.'' Dlndorf corrects av with tk /tiv 844. Btit cf. 710. Cf. 
Grid Met. IX. 141. ' Credil amans, Venerisqae novae (806) perlerrita fmiia 
\ induMl prinm lacrymis rf-r. — Quae qiioniam advenlal, properandiim all- 
quidqae nosandum est, \ dam lieet et nondum tlialianos tenet altera nontros.'' 
Tliis corrupt paasago ia hftiiiilod by Seidler V. 11. p. 10 f. 

aoKvov the DISS. vulg. Ilerm. Schti. aoKvog 'seacrii' MuBgr. Erf. Wiinil. 
Dind, Nek. Schol: komvoi' Si tiiv o^tlav xni Kfif'^lijroi', Gl. n^f^Kv, 
laxelav. Perhupa utpatav. 

842. iityaXav — ^Xd^av] Cf. 851. iiiyaXar tiznv. 80;;, trexfv piyaXitv 
It VfOQTDs aSs vvi^ipa tfojioioi tnCaU iQivnv. 

jtQoaoQOiea] Eiither jiQooQ&aa ' fiireseeiiif/,'' Tlic two i)ropysitioiis aio 
eoiistantly interchanged. 

So/toif the niss. dofioiui T. Turn. 

v^mv] vior Veu. viav t' Seidl. Schol: ri*>oi!. jtooa^rtXXnvTOJv. 

843. aiacovrotv] neoovTOiv Wakcf. Seidl, do V. D. p. 19. tiiaaovoiiv 
(n:aiioveav?) Nauck. Rightly, I think. Qu. niaaovaav. Or eteixov- 
eav {or lovoav) ek yujimv, (Cf. Ant. 10. i] ii£ Xav^rlvEi ^ atsCx"'"''-'' ''^''' 
ipiXtav KtiKa;) Or vitav cQ^oitevfiiv (or ogvvp.svaiv) yafiraf. But the metre 
is uncertain: cf. on v. ant. 861. In any case I suspect aieaovrcav. 

yKfiro*] MttKmv Wolff and Hart, from Scliol, Perhaps riglitly. 

For ovti Nauck vrould prefer avzij (in opp. to Kjr'.ailo'&pou yvwiiag). 

zir iiiv -~] tavfilv — Seidler, coll. Schol: mv ziiv plafiriv ogmea — loi's 
otvoii avii§aaav, avxrjv fiiv i^ 'xgx^i uviq ouevvii'Sfv. Musgr: "lUaquidem 
non a/iiiaaiivertit (i. e. funesla et pestifeva Ula quae ab kydrae felle forim- 
ilaii debehaat, quaeque mine Hercules palitar)." Harm: "Deiaia'ra niliil 
iticlicens a t/essi telin' qiuua magnum damnum praeviderel , nnno impeitdenle 


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yvra/iKg [lolovt ovluiiCi Ovi'CiV.ayeiig 

PonwuSfo, gKne non c-cspectaceral , era niienis eoiisiliis et'enerunl fiineslo cu'n 
rasu.'^ Bnindf reads; ta (ifr oo zt n^oai^aX' ax' alla&^oov —. 

844. ovti n(/o<si§aXe] 'In nowise perceived.' Lnt. ' nequaqiiam anaaad- 
vertit.' Sdiolr ouk iyvio, oi avvifiiiv. But the sense requires ratliei* 
avta a^oai^aXt, i. e. 'of her own accord applied (used).' Cf. 530. 1138. 

nQoei^als A. K. L. corr. T. viilg. Tr-Qoas^alU L, pr. jtqoi^aU B. 
Tt^oei^aUv Dind. n^oaila^sv Wunder (v. Emend, p. 82—6). TiQoeila^s 
Hart. Wunder explains nQoailafiiv 'adaumpsil, adsciait,' col!. Eur. Med. 
885. vvv ovv a' inaiva omipQoveiv r' ^/lol Sottas \ xijSos toS' ijjiti' 
ngoeXa^av. (Ed. C. 378 f. Also above 545 f. Qn. nQoee^aUro [to be sup- 
plied also in the next clause). But the restoration of tiiis passsge is very 

TB S'] "Quae Nessus astute de Heiculia amort philtris conciliLindo 
eommentus erat." Mnsgr, 

an A. S3t' B. K. T. tV (supv. «) L, 

845. aUo%eoov the m%s. ^aXXo^e^v Walt. Erf. &c. GJ. L: «Jii rov 
Neoeov. Schol: ttlXorpiavov' oit o;«o t^s Ntaaov qxapf/e yiyovtv i; MKr« 
'HqaxXirc aviKpoga. olov zijs "XXa gl^avarie Kai oti za aXtjS'ij. Muagrave: 
'fattaci, mendaci' [as in Homer, oe stsqov fiiv Jteu&si ivt ^gsciii, bIAo 
tfi paSft)- I. e. deceitful, treacheroaa. Wakefield also understands it 
of the man 'who says one Iking and means another.' Wunder: ' alieni (pe- 
regrini).' Qu. aXloTQiav. AXXo9'^ovs means properly 'one that speaks 
in a strange tongue,' as in Od. k . 183. nXiav jiri oliiOTzii tcovtov sn' aX- 
Xo^Qoove av&Qroaovs. Phil. 540. jEbuK Ag. 1171. aXXo^^ovv woliv. 
Suppl, 951. Similar compounds are ^iwHO^pous (Aj. 138.), dijjio'ffpors, 
Sv<i9goos, !ni69goog, oimvod'gooi, jioIv9qoos, &c. Compare sisQoipmvos 
(Jlsch. Sept. 166.), aXXoyXmeaog. Translate here, strange, foreign. 

HoX6vt'\ Cf. Ant, 10. EI. 908. Perliaps igi^', or ^Squs, or ^'jisft^', 
or fSwx', or rather fia&ouc' {xQoei^aXtv}. After awaXXayaig Brunck 
marks a fnll stop. I think rightly; for surely a new sentflnee begins 
with 15 31011 — , See on 846. 

oXi^Qimg {olo^QCuig A.) ^■>ivaXlayai:s tlie msa. viilg, Nok. oXs^eiaiai 
avvaXXayaig T. Seidl. 1. c. 'Schn. Hart. ovXiatai GwalXayatg Wimd. (v. 
Emend, p. 87 f.) DinJ, noXorxa ozvyvaiai avvaXXayaCg Herm. Cf. Aj. 
933. avXCia (Gl, Pi oXi&gim). ' In consequence of (from) afatal interchange 
or arrangement' (between Nessus and Deiaoira). Or: 'from a fatal meeting' 
(on the Evenus between Nessas and Hercules with his newly married wife). Or 
' teilh a fatal issue.' Harm: funeilocuiacasa. Wunder: 'ea:fu»estomedicamine.' 

846. ri jiou K. L. T. Schol. Br. Vauv. &c. ^ nov A. B. vulg. Schol: 
ovz(Oi Sij. Cf. Aj. 622. (where Schol. explains by dvimb nov). Trans- 
late: 'Surely, doubtless, J daresay methlnks,' Cf 850, Aj. 622. 382. q jrow 
noXvv yilei%'' vtp' -^Sovtti aysig. Ph. 1130. 

o1oh]_ Schoi: olon, ^ Svazv%i\g, ? ri zov oXie&ai. aita. El. 843. 
Compare oXe^gCa 878. Wunder wrongly explains uiOK in the sense of 
'bringing destruction' (upon Hercules), coll. El. 843. ,olo« yag ISafni. 
Schneid. takes oXok as ii neuter pltiral (^ o^ooiig czovovq). Qu. jj nov 



71 jifrn aSivav xKatQKv 
tsyysi. Sttic^vmv nyvav. 
(< S' iQ%o^ivK ^olQu ^QOipuivH HoXCaviia'i fi8yd?.av tcTav. 851 

(cvTiSzQOfpii /3. 
i^ftaysv xaya Sax^vav ' 

0/.6' (or tiSiv') aidtst. Or ^ tiow oloa (or «d(j/K] xiai'ei. Or — •a-piji'f^ 
ecsvsi] Hermann (Epit. Doctr. Metr. g, 318.) would prefer fl-pij^fi' 
.IS agreeing better metrically with vvftipav in the atitistrophe (857). Qa. 
KlaCet, or tiXaiova' . 

847. 5 jiou B. K. L. T. Bcliol. 17 now A. viilg. 

aStvav — SaytQviov^ 'Copious tears,' or ' f fist- falling tears,' as Shak- 
speare speaks (Henry the third VI. 1. 4.). Homer II. a'. 124. aStvov mova- 
%7iaiii. Tp . 226. aSiifii aiovaxi^tav, a'. 12.S. dSivci ottvaxovTa, m'. 
510. kJci"' aSivd. e'. 316. aSivov i^^t/is yooio. Od. 3'. 721. aSiviiv 
yoowaa. n'. 216, ulaiov Si Xiymg aSivmrcgov ^i' o^tavoi &c. «'. 413. 
tJjtj'Di' iiviuajiivai. Apoll. Kh. I. 2G9. Ss fjfro yiXatovs' aSivtategov 

atfiwwv] (iiJij'cos Ilarl. Sehol: ad-Qorov. Lit. 'c/ose one Hpon another.' 
Horn. II. ^ . 266. a'. 11. «'. 9. V. flultm. Lexil, §. 7. Compare a^Qoot. 

%XtoQav'] 'Fresh, fresh flowing,' and so warm. By ensilage for j;lm- 
qSiv. Cf. 1055. xXagov at/ia. Eur. Med. 922. nSiij, i^ j^Aropors dongiiots 
i^yysts Kojas; 904. Mfffioi Kai' oaatav xXioqov <aQj^liS^1| SaxQv. Hel. 1205. 
Find. Nem. VIII. 40. x^m^i^S tdQdvis- Horn. II. f. 266. ^ciXfqov Si ot 
^xntat SaKg^. j;'. 426. da«gva ^tgfia jtoi'tJS. 

848. tfyyii SmtQvwv axvav^ ' She i^ shedding the fresh dev: of tears.' 
Tsyyitv means properly 'to moisten, bedev::' sometimes, though rarely, 
'to shed.' In like manner quIvhv &e. Schol: v.aTaexdttt nai Kaza^Qex^i. 
Hesych: ityyti . CTagti. So (Ed. R. 1279. Vl^^os ~ itiyYSio.^ Aj. 376. 
Sqiuvov atfi fStvaa. Eur, Iph. A. 791, ^tvfta SaxQvoiv latovnai {tsy- 
youotts?) Pind. N. X. 141. fl-ip^K Sii xiyyasr SitQva. Anaer. V. 878. 
Vf HT«j ^jiirtylBS. Vivg. Ma. I. 695. ' pladdam per membra quielenc | irri- 
ll'it.' Lob. ad Aj. 376. We say in like manner 'to met a tear.' 

ixvav] 'Moiature, dew.' Schoi: tov vsagov aipgov. Etym. Magn: 
"Aj^vtj ■ Ttaea Xentozris vyoov xs xal lijpoD. So II. S'. 4^6, aXhs axfV"- 
(Ed. C. 891. ovgaviag vjt a-xvat ('the dew of heaven'). Eur. Or. 115. 
otvtonav «j;i'JI1'. Hor. A. P. 429. 'super his etiam stitlabit amieis ] ex oetdin 
rorem.' Lueret. HI. 470. ' laci-i/mls rorantet ora genasque.' Virg. G. IV. 431. 
'rorem late dispersit amaruia.' Which latter passages are quoted by Wakef, 

350. Ohserve how accurately a S' of the antistrophe (860) answers to 
li *' of the strophe. Cf. also 337 = 348. 637 = 644. 

^go^ttivit] ngoeipciivH B. 

851. jiiyaXav arav] ' A dreadful calaiml'j.' Cf. 842. /iSyaXai' ~ jJla- 
ffav. 1276. lieydXovg 9avdiovS' 

/isydlav'] fitydXav riv' Herm. Hart. Cf. on 862. 

852. ^'gQiaytv naya Stfu^viav] 'A foiinloin of tears has hurst forth.' 
Schol: KVTt loti, ndgeaxtv yip,tv Sa%gvfiv mf ana yit]y^s ^govvtiSov, 
Cf, 919. S««Qvii>v Q^^aaa B-e^^h vdptata. Ant. 803. ^axeiv S' ] otSk hi 

,y Google 




jTijyfis iljJfdfKd ftifXQviav. CEil. li- r^'*it. -T^ndi I'li:.. l:j',i. cdut . v.cxiIp!' 
tfij jcfAnyos fQQmyfv fiiyu \ ntgemg —. 74!>, vi'V xay.iiv tnir.t niiyij 
jtreoij' ivQ^n&tti [Iv-Q^iM?) fiiJkOis- Pruiii, 41)7. jitepnivp vorioig ftty^v 
Kotyafff. Ag. 860. e((Oi ys (ifv di; KlaviiKtrav t^ieovToi \ jajytd Kivrf 
fl^jjKKOiv. Eiif. Alt. 10G7. fK S nufiaTiav ] wr/y«i XBrfppoij'KCiv. Ilorc. 
JS54. OUT on ojifiarrai' I k'cxa^a jiijyKfi. Pim!. P. I. 40. Tag cpEuyovrrei 
fis* anlazov JivQoe ayvozazai fX iiv%mv Ttayai. " Dioiscorid. Ej)igr. 31. 
SaKQva 3' ovx fVeil' ^^^ iikv&saiv. Pltit. (le Porlel. I. p. 17'J. ^irij&jj 
TOv Jtci&ovq JIQOS zfiv oifiv, mars v,lav&tiov zs p^^at nal nlrj^os ^fXf"- 
HanQvaii." (Wfikef.) Valuk. nd Hipp. 1338. Eloiiif, Gl. Pers. i3'J. 
(Qqtaycf A. h, T. iggayt B. K, 

853. Kfiwiai toffofi — ] 'A nu^ady, o gods, is spread fover tlio limFiM 
of Hercules), such an apHelioa as veneryel ntsUed Ike Uiuslnuus son uf Jottc 
at the hand of his enemies, to tonnenl him.' Cf. 1048 f. Phil. 393. jtrj-ot 
Xo&fVTog. II. v'. 644. a/iqil Sa oi ^avarog %vto &viiOQai(n^g. Wake- 
field quotes Ovid Met. IX. 161. ' Incabdl ms Ufa laati, vesoltilaque /lami/ns 
I //ereuleos ahiit tale dl/fusa per arli's.' Cf, on Phil. 831. 

ro JioTioil 'Ve guds!' (Ed. K. 167. -Eseli. Pcra. 717. 838. Eum. 140. fee. 

m &. B. K. L. vulg. m T. 

oiov avaeaimv avjim ayuKleitov (nya«lvT6vJl!iTl.)'Hganliovg (Hga 
ulta a few mss.) njrfftoJt na^og olxzicm tlie mss. oIov avKQcimv 
OKJroi ayanliiiov \ 'HgitxXi sjiiiiole nti^og olxriaai TriL'l. WeiH. (ivkq 
almv ovnio dfatiXstTOv 'Hg«%lfa '-TciirnXsv jtciJos alx-zieat Ileatli. ofov 
avagaCtav ovna> HgcaiXtovs ayaxltirov — Miisgr. olov ocd uvaQaintv 
HgaxXiOvg ayaxXavtov iniiioXf — ('quale ne ab hoslibiis qaidcui peht/e 
HeTciilis malum yemcndaia vfiiW) Herin. Schn. oioii avagBitav \ oanto Zijtos 
H.0QOV { rtyaKXeiiov itcgiioXev Tca^og aMeai Wund. (Ena Lie Emeud. p. 
00 f.) ofon ovS' avaijisieyv jto*' 'HgiticXtj ayoKltnov Ijeifiole ■Ka&og 
oftditfEOi' Hart, olov avaQsltav ovitto Ztjvttg nfXtag' dyttxXstrbv (del. 
HQaiiliOvg) ItcI^oXsv — Dind. Nek. [Eiir. Her. 9t). %ov 'HqwiIsiov — TiaQU- 
craTrjv,] Krfurdt expliiitis na&os artt^aimv to mean ^a9os ajco avaQC^tov, 
TO vTto T&v KvaQaCtov iita;[9Bv (cf. on Ant. 10.), tlic same thought as 
in 10511 f. Naiick construes: iilov aviigaliav jtkA'os oiKziaai oujim wyre 
Klfirov 'Hgititlfovs ijif/ioXi (i. c ornw Ttod-og vjc' Ix&qSv Jiti9ttv on 
nianozi ita 'Hga-nXit avvi^ij), Dut the words cannot bear that aignilication. 
Schol: ipiv <ffv' HKKor, qnjui, ysyovi roj 'HqkkXH., olov ovSi icaga xoig 
TtoXnitioig avoiittiaTOv dtowij^jjoeiBi. — i/ oaTiag' <}t(»i hickov, iptjalv, 
ovSinote i5»6 Tmv ^j^&prai' enveffi] iw 'HgaxXsi, loSro njio ziiv ISCiov 
avT^ ysyivijtai,. I have given — ovaio itaiSa dihg &c, Cf. on S4.^, 

aviiQBiiov] ' FrOM his enemies.' If indeed the word be not corrupt. 
Scliol; unro {aaga Br.) tav fx^Q^^ Cf. 831. Hesycb: avireaioi . itaXi- 
jiim. Horn, 11. oi', 365. ot toi Svafisveeg K«i avaQOioi lyyvg iaei. Od. 
A'. 408. ovts (t iivoiQaioi avSQsg. Herod. 1. 114. avagvia ng-iiyitatK 
Sipij aintyv&fvai ('shameful li-entmenl'j. 111. 74. i-itt'a6v9ii itgiig Ki/fi- 
Puffsto avKQeici. 10. ovSfv ni jifyit avagutov TiQ^yiut ewtvfix^'!- lilomf. 
Gl. Ag. 404. 

854. aya-nXuTOv] Kyaiikvtov Hatl. Wak. Cl". on v. str. 313. lIcimiMiri 
roHda nyttKlmitor. 



iTte^oi.BV na&og aixiacei. 

a TOTS &oav vv^ipav 
ayayes i^^' ai^tsivas 
tav3' OlxaXCas a'Zf*^ ' 

855. 'HpaMls'ors K. L I 
otliera. 'Hga-xli Turn. Hq 
Ztjvos yovov (956. 1106.) 
line is verj 

n 1 V Ml! Hp A \ a 

1 tl g imil 


f th 


1 ] w1 h 1 d 
It g th f 

10 f I 

3 reading 

ansiiolt the rasa. E7r*> ;lTnIHmNk^ IMdDdp 
ip.ole (answering to me § I th t) M d A t 1 bS '5 h : 

on 853: otov ««koi- cw ^ti Hq X Wl w Id t 1 re 

ijiifioU, though he expl in h by (t i y 

otvi-claai vulg. Z<n t Til hi I II p y M 

that he should becvnie an bj t f p y t (jL )Wi 

(v. Emend, p. 91 f.), 1. t d fig h »i\ 

'J'his correction had long rrdtm3lfH1 gges 

866 f. The Chorus la t th p d t ag t < 
to the capture of lole, d tl f t 1 q 

jteABival iiXeiva co j D b Th S h I pi 
' deadly , fatal.' Cf. Aj. 231 3 | <p 

loy%a — SoQoq] Sch 1 Q rpQ la ^ I yxV 

ago/iaxov] tov Jipo/i j V C/i p fa h 1 

tav 'HgaTiiiovs lijnr^ov t g ttiv n % ; 

857. a toti S'oav vifitp ( p.'p ^ B 1 th m 9 

vvtKpav Musgr. (sc. alzn f t k i 9 s I /i )j II 571 

tooe iiazte&fti e'. 536. & |^fp A tl p 35^ y & y, 

ipiiv — ait/iav Burges EptCtpT^ Shin Ion 

TO* EvgvTOV, evravd-a i j f li) ijy y & Q t flip — 

Or a 'v9aS' {aabol: Ivt & ) I ii<p — » ft 

qiav — . (PerhapB ^oav m tt t g ca w th tl dj g 

.vviiqiav. cf, on 883.) O th » fitp ~ I II i 

jfift , cf. Aj. 248. 9-omv I ta ) 710 * Ig J y 

toTi] Aj. 650. 1240 1377 El 278 S dl d T 1195 

&ortv the mss. vulg S ft w fUy aufif jd h 

■ra%vi for taxiioq Ph. 1080 4j 1 66 % S h 1 % t ( 

SI T^f taxims vvfirpEv^ () Bllbk dtf ler p 

faplam.' Wuoder eiplains it b> oXoav Cf. Aj. 710. ^oof stQSOiag Juyot. 
243. 9 aX 10 II 7^ 9 a icai 

vvttp ] Q 

e (f \ t 

11 «) 


t 846 

850 Olz X a 


«^i;f 1 -* 

h p t f h p 


hj !jh f It Cf. 

355. Shi fiu 

7t I 11 Wn d 


E II 4d7 6 gv z 

¥nalXo I Izft 

H d MI 15 

Q ^l 

( f n 857 ) Th io'yz-i 

could 1 dly h 

I t h ad 

a 1 1 


is iZM b Izfiii 

in any unl 

nd d w nd 

tand 3. 


ng f m I YZV 


188 £O0OK^EOT£ 

a S' dfupiTtoXog Rvngig Hvavdos ipavBQK zavS^ itpavij 

itottpov iyia jidtaios, ij xlva tivos 863 

ofxTOU St' olxcov aQtias og^atfiivov ; 

860. a S' vfupivolof KvitQtg — ] Scholr 6 vong ' rj Sh Kv:rQts tjv 
aga ipavie^g ^ navrav tovtav igyaug, tig f(io)ior 'loiijs ^aXovaa tbv 
'HQavlia. ' While Venus, minislering in silence, vas the manifest agent of 
^keae things. But, if Uftqji'jroios really iiieauB 'minisira' fSchoI; ij njujps- 
ztietcnevii tm Hstcxlti ir^os tov Iptoin], the position of the word ia ra- 
ther strange, the eonstmetion apparently being o Si Kvn^is afiqjfttolos 
avavSos &o., as in Phil. 271. d S' eim' 'OSvaaivs &c. Perhaps a/i^i- 
jioloe may mean here 'busy.' In which case we ahonld eonatrne thuar 
'while Venus was the manifest (though) silent agent of these things.' 
Or KfiqciTColos may be a corruption of some other epithet as aftgn- 
9«l^S, aaq/Lnvgos , or the like. Aiiif{n(t3.os generally means a 'female 
attendant.' Y. Monk ad Hipp. 20O. Musgrave suggests ccg afnpinol,as, 
'cujus tloles) muta minUtra Venus^ coll. Liban. I, 583. at XaQiTce avr^ 
diaxovovei. Wunder remarks: "Hiereo nonnihil in verbis afiqiiiioXos et 
avavSog " Would that alt commentators were equally candid! 

861 qjovEpK — iq)airj] Cf Ant lOOf CEd B 507 (pafigK yag — 
■^X&f Kopa rors Herod HI 26 amnoiisvot tpavcgoi elat e^'Oaaiv tcoUv 

Tbiid Ewapij] t(avSt ipaveiate Ven Herm Hart Ct on 8d1 

862 jtpaKrtoe] Tie accomplishes Lat effeclrix^ Cf 351 EI 353 
HqaKTtag la here feu mine as in Shcb Ag 410 jfol n^uxio^t Eiini 
316 {nhera the linei are called jtpcKTOpes oiffiKtoi) bee Blomf Gl Ag' 
HO In like manner d'tlmoie i3 fem ^sch Snppl 1023 &ilTitOQi Uet&ot 

S%i— 70 In the msb all of this is assigned to the Chorus Schol ad 
868 allijlais -JiaQuiiEleiovrat m huo tou jjogoj; Bi-unck ind others 
divide it into henuthona Hermann on the other hand divider the whole 
f this passage {Sbd — 98) into antistrophes with a miitare of mesode'' 
and epodes and he d ^tributes it among individual n embeis of the Chorus 
'■ee his Epit D M § 726 Wunder also approves of this mode ot di& 
tribution but owing to the uncertain state of the text nnd the impo&si 
hility of aiscertaining with any thing like ceUainty what the poet wrote 
he wisely declmea the task of such an ariangement Tie Chorus say 
this on hearing the nui^e lamenting the self destruction of Oeianira Cf 
406 el itj) MupB I Itvaautv p.aTaici Ant 1'17 tl tov Aiftovo^ | <pS-oy)oi 
^uviijH 1] &toii!i Lur EI 747 ipilai ^oijb i)'»ovaaz i] 
foKm Kivji I vxijX&t ft Rhes 5G5 /lio/iiiSfe ovii rjKovaas ij iiBvos 

ET Tj ova axoviT aa^iSani Ktvxof Ovid Fast v 549 'Fallor an aima 
gomnl^ Befoie thib line Meineke suspects that ltd fiot fiot or some si 
milar esclamation uttered by the nurse as she rashes out of (he ho ne 
has fallen out A similar ailnation le observes occurs El 77 f Aj 974 

fiazaio^'] 'Mistaken decetved Cf 406 

864. ofxrouj 'Lamentation.' AJ. 895. 



rixBt tig ovx ftC^jftm' aXla Svervx^ 
;£OXVT0i' jrucj , xai ti xaivl^ei at^yTj. 


TJp'd' <ag (xijd^s xal <ivva<pQva^svri 

865. tl qiJ)(i';] t1 tp^ftii 'ecgiiid dicol' Henn. Wund. Schneid. Hart. 
Cf. on (Ed. E. 1471. But I maoh doubt whether the indefinite pronoun 
can stand at the commencemeiit of a sentence. Nanck proposes rffiraftfi'; 
Which seems probable. Qu. zi qjjjs, t»; Or liyioti; [(Ed. R. 1476.) Thia 
is assigned by Hermann to a second virgin of the Chorus. t( •ptjjil} ] ^%sC 

866. ^j;Et Its — xcoKUTOji] Cf. 643. oux avaQniav axav wtvaxap. 
(Ed. C. 1500. tig av nag' vfiaiv ^x^izai- xrvitog; 

ovx aatiiiov — xarnvtov] Wakefield eiplains this '/laud obscurum' (an 
sit vox gandii, an doloiis). Cf. Ant. 1004. -jitsqAv yep QoifiSog ovk amj- 
(lOi Tir. (Ed. C. 1668. yduj' ovx aa^fioveg tp^oyyot. 

Svazvx^l There is no opposition between this and aainiov. Qa. Sia- 
wavri, 'clear, /iislinel.' Or (laXa (or Jtci] oatpri. Or xajiqiai'^. Or alX' 
ayav aaqii^. Cf. Schol: ou ^ik^ov, dUa jiiya v.tti i^ayiovatov. Phil. 189. 
a;[to tJjXtrfav^g. 202. jCQOvfavri kivtios. 216. 

867. tfooi] For ivSov. Cf. on Ant. 491. 

Kdi It xaivi^u otiyt]] 'And the honte is experiencing (undergoing) some- 
thing neui and alarming.' Or 'is begetting tomething new.' Schol: fonts' zi 
vtmregav Sxiiv 6 ol^oe. Wunder: 'peril quid inexspeclali.' Cf. 873. itai- 
vojtoiri^i'". Eur. Iph. T. 1160. t£ S' luTtv, 'lipiyiveia, xaivov iv So- 
(lois; MstA. Ag. 1041. taivtaov ^vyov. Cho. 485. /lifiviieo S' aftfiiplri- 
orQOV, ra a' haivieav (qa. — ms inaivieas). Kaivl^stv in Euripides 
means 'to produce something new.' Tro. 889. ii *' ^uziv; iv%as Mg ^Kat- 
vioaq %sii>v. Fr. Pir. Fr. YI. oeiis lorJ ^unftiiaei; idyoi'. Kaivovv oc- 
curs Herod II 100 Thuc III 8' 

8b8 f &chol tttX'riXaiq naga-«sXt\ ovzai ai, cjto lOti jopoii. Cf, on 
821. For the attraction |tijis rijttff cOb ypoic — Wonder compares 
97, whith IS not however a BiniiKr passage Qn |uiis is. ^6'' as ifij- 
d'jjs — But I rather suBjects |iii(j #f 

869 Ms om Harl 

aijO'fis the msB Schul Hern Schn Hart lulg cjjSjje Ed. Lend. I. 
WuJid Dind Nek Schol naga to ^9"0s yep v,ai:tatiiyvtt%vta nifoectei. 
The correction bjj^ijs appears to me a certain one for there is no rela- 
tion between kij^'ijs and evvaiqievmiiivi] thongh Apitz thinka no;! illustra- 
tive ol the prec orjja-ije See Wunder (Emend p 95f) who aptly com- 
pares Hesych: AtjSeg. ctvynoi' , Xvtcjjqof. Eur. Ale. 778. aivyva ^Qoodxai 
kb! avvtaipgyiaiiivip. Also Mein. ad Theocr. p. 192. 'AijStjs means 'unmual' 
as aij'O'ijs o^is .ilsch. Suppl, 5^7. Translate aijS^e 'sad, gloomy, dovin- 
east,^ the opposite of ^Svs 'cheerful.' (Ed, R. 82. Cf. Dem. p. 1147, 12. 
^qIv fiev tlaax&ijvai sis to Stxaar'^Qiov, ^* cjjSifs. Menand. Pseud. 



Xt^Qii ^QOS r,(iag y^ata OrjfiavovGd ri. 870 


ijp^Ev TO Saffov 'HqclxXbi t6 nojijtinov. 


Ti 5', ra YEQaiR, xaivoiroiij&fv XtyttSi 

^^^'tjxs ^JiKViiQG TrjV itavvOrdrfjv 

I. 1!. Qu. Mteujqiijs, 'dejected, duvincasl (Eur. Or. 879. Her. 633. Liiciiin. 
V. A. 7. SsSia ro eKV&pcimov avtoi val Kwctjqiis). Or ant/v^g. 

(Ftii'Ojq5(iuojfi£i'i)] 'IVil/i knll brow, pensiae, sad.' I. q. (rMK#eo)3TOS. 
Eur. Ale. 780. atvyv^ jigootoji<a xal evvaqigvoifiivtp. 803. zotg nvvta- 
fp^vtantvoce — o p^ofi — ojifiquoec. Phwn. 1308. evvvsipTJ. El. 1078. avv- 
vftpoveav oit(iwta. Hor. Sat. 11, 2. 125. 'expticuit vino eonlraetw seria 

870, erifiaivovea A. B. K. L, Harl. Aid. &c, erjiiicvoiaa T. Br. &e. Cf. 
(Ed. C. 3S6. Tavza eijuavoia' HijXv^a. Below 534, -^X^ov — tu i^hv 
rpQaeovaa &c. 1124. z^g ittixgos ijxto T^e cfi-^S qi^aotov &c. Cf. uti Ant. 
242. 534. Ph. 1379. Elmsl. ad Merad. 799. 

871 — 98. This passage is treated of by Wimder in his Emend, i). 
97 — 110. 

871. (OS ag' ~] Ant. 1178. EI. 1185. Aj. 3G7. Tr. 997. 
^|iiv A. T. and, I think, B. K. ijfi(> L. 
□I' a/iiKQav xuK'iv ij^^ev] Cf. Aj. 934. ijv ag ixitvog agxinv (ic/aXiov 

X^ovos 1 xrniarav (so I read). El. 919. .^scli. Pers. .%3. j^g^Tv — zov 
naVTOS xoKov | qiavflg dlaezmg. Eur. Pliren. 1598. iioXXSiv Tiav^wv vn- 
f/elsv OiSiitov So/iotg ] ro*' ^ftwp. Tro. 919. Honi. D, ('.G3. i-'.Sas. 
X'. 116. Od. -^'.224. Herod. V. 97. avzai »i al thg dgxTi kkkui' lyi- 
vovTo "ElXjjai ti &c. Thue. II. 12. laie. VI. 26. naioiiiia&iCea 6' iv- 
tav%oi noXXav xci tuxx-Siv ^q^tv. Ariet. Lys. 998. 

873. 10 SSigov 'HgcatXet to Tioiixiiiov} Cf. 668. tSv amv 'Hga«Xtt 
SaQrjiitttav. 603. S^eijfi' Iksihoj zavdgl t^s l/i^g Itpdj- Schneid. con- 
strues TO 'HgaKXti ^lOftJitftot , coll. Ant, 324. Taiiia — rove S^&vzag. Aj. 
1 166, ^gozoie zov attjivtiGzov zatpov. Add Eur. Andr, 214. G^tf-ir^v xiovi 
lijv xata^gvzov. So also Br. Dind. und others. But Trieltniiis seems tu 
consider 'HguKXci to depend on to Saigov. Which construction I tliink 
preferable, and so does Sehaefer Melet. p. 67. Schol: to ataip^iv, If'yii 
Si TO* zitava. Gl. T; to reBfiqsfl'Ei' lufiva. Observe jrofutijios in i 
■ passive sense, which for such verbals is rare. In the usual active sense 

it occurs above 560. jcoimijiois «(anaig. Qu. to fiogirtfjoji. Or jamfi- 
liivov {Dem. 672. Luc. Ales. 32.). 

873, ^aivo7ioiij&ir] Cf. 867. (Ed. C. 722. zC B' iazlv, to jrcf, Maii.oV; 

874, fl^pijKc] 'She is gone, is departed.' A common euphemism. So 
otiee^ai, Lat, 'decedere vita.' Cf. Anl. 806. ogazi fit — zav vtdzav oSitv 
ffTBi'iouocK, Aj. 994. Eur. Here. 770. ^ipax' «►«! o m^eivo's. Ale. 602. 
vfistg Se ziiv S-avovaav, dg voni^fTttt, \ TcgoefiJiaz , l^iovOKf vatdziiv 


TP^IXINIAi. 191 


xt&viixBV ii rukmva ; 


rdXaiv' iXt&pia , r/'j/i TQoaa itaviiv Gtps ip'ig ; 

iiSov. ITor. 0(1. II. 17. 11, 'ihhiais, ibhiiini, \ iiteimqiie prii'i-rdm, siiprcmiuii 
rarpere iter comiles parali,' Ciitnll. III. 11. 

875. 6Sa>p\ o3ov Ven. Aj. 994. 0805 *' oSav dviaeaea Sij \ (li^liara 
rooflOJi <iJtXciy%vov. 

e'I axiv^Tov TioSog] 'fVUhmd /inm'ng moved or stirred a fuol.' Almost 
i. q. ctTUV^tm woSi. Cf. Phil. 92. ov yaQ i% svoq jtaSot \ fj^as — %fi^to- 
Qttat. Aj, 37. KKiijiiaeieftefffe | ^k jjsipoe. El. 455. ^^ vTitgitgag xsQog 
I ix^qoiaiv — intiiPnvai . 0G7. an' iXniSos kkI^s. 281. For Hie ex 
prcssion itself cf. Blomf. Gl. Ag. 81. 

87G. ov 3n TioS-' —i] 'Surely veoer as dead?' Cf El. 1180. 1202. 

Tiavz' ffKi;«otts] Cf. on 484. Ant. 402. ndvi' Sjtlataaai. Pii, 020. 
1240. Aj. 480. Qn. — tog ^avtivea y ; Tg. <iq9 KMijMoaf. 

877. zi^vriKiv ^ riiJaiva;] The repetition of tlie qiioBtion expresses 
the iiicrednlity and snrprise of the siteaker, as 111 El. C76. (Ed, R. .159. 
943. 957. (Ed. C. 1683, Ph. 3S3. 414. V. Vulek. iwl Phran. 923. 

StvrSQOv xXvsie] ' I'oa hear il a second time.' Phil. 12.W. Eiir. El. 
770. Tl^viiKf Sig coi ^av^^', a yovv ^ovlfi, liym. 

873. raXaiv' oXt^-gia refers to Deinnira. So (Ed. R. 123G. a Svara 
latva, jcpws Ti'i'Os Ttot' iflriag (rf^vrjitiv VoMKCtij) ; But perhaps we 
shonid road ; TCtlorti' ', oXt&etai ttVf — ; Or tdXatv', 6X^9qov ri'vi zgon^ — ; 
Cr. <E<I. C. 168.1. vav S' oXi^qIu (6lf9giav L. oXs^giaiv?) viil \ ^ir' ofi- 
liaaiv ^i§a*s. Cf. Aj. 402. oiXd ji' d Jiog dlmjia 9s'og 6Xi»Qi' ahi^si. 
799. ^toSov oXi&Qlav. (Ed. R. 1343. tov p,iy' oXi&Qiov. Ilerwevdeii .■klso 
propoacB oXi^Qov (ad (Ed. R. 12.^C). Wnnilpr is of opinion that tdXaiv' 
6Xt6'iiia is corrupt (see liis Emend. |i. 981'.), Qii. tiiUiv', oXiQ^gia (or 
oXid'gov, or aXe^gCa) — . 

i!vi rgowa 9t(VfIv arpi: 9^0 *-'f- Ant. 1314. jroi'oi (ff MejrfJuffar" 


«5:SSa'.'\335?SS£ii-S'Sft^S£S*SW'^5^3S£B^J;^;Kq5.^SiE^^^ -. 



axithatcita y' i^ Tt^a^if. 


yvvatf ^vvtQixsi. 880 


ttVTTjV dlt}t6T<06{. 

tQoiios Tin ^vjiipoQas; Eur. Fh. 15JT. noia jioi^a ikmov qiaoi; 1559. 
xCvt <oXezo ftoiQCfi Perhaps tCvi ud^ra — ; (Ed. C. 1S56. fio(>o) d airoioi 

879. cisrltMiara jrpo's ys iigSgii' the rasa. vulg-. aj^iiUm, la xqos 
yt xgit^iv Herm. Eleiit. D. M. p. 122. Apitz. prob. Diiid. exitlltas ia 
Ttgog ye Tif/a^iv Herin. alccaza tiqos ys nQa^iv Wiinder (who contends 
that TEpdc ye Ttgot^iv cannot be from the pen of Soph., Emend, p. 99.). 
Stirozaznt — Heima. oj^etltojinrijii ys 'jiqk^iv conj. Wagner, ojitli lag zaS 
l^i^cQu^sv conj. Steinhart. Schol: ojiiiliwiaia ^l^f irgog trjv dvai^eatv. 
tovt^ertv, (OS av ws iSmv ^ c«oi!o«s axeiXidamv xiiv icQa^iv. Hiir- 
tung boldly enough corrects the passage thus: iCvi xQoiiia '^avsv | oxix- 
liaitara ji(ios tot 7tt7tQayii,ivii; \ taXaiv' olf&piB t^ fiopto j yvva |yE- 
Tp^jIEt; Qu. extxXimzax' fs yf (or Is i^p) TtpK^'", oi" iI];*TXiwrt(TDj y' ej 
{or s 11511) jtea^ij', or cifrita yr. TtQog i^v jreBjii', or axtTXid ys (or 
criffffta) lo^s TtaQOvaiv [or liouui-i', '(0 (Ao^e tuho tcere eye-wilnesses), 
or bIkci' ctlaoz' ittQU^sv (tEd. C. 538. tjio^or oloiffr' fx*"')i or alcoia 
npds yp wjaliv. For ji^^S ns^ii-v (instead of the more nsnal eg TtQa^iv) 
cf. 308. Ttghi fiXv yaq <f)vatv — . And for nqa^iq 'fortune' cf. on 152. 

879 — 95. In tliese verses many eormptions and interpolations occur, 
m the metre often shows, which it is hopeless to attempt to remove. 

879. slni x^ fM>pa> — ] eiitt, tm fidgq* — T, ivviits — conj. Nauck. 'Say 
tubal death does (did) she encounter.' Schol; xlvi Qavdxm ovvSneacv ; avil 
xov, xlvi leojco) IrrleiitJjOEv; Cf, Ant. 3S7. jioiV Itififitgios itgoo^ijv 
TUj;)); El"'- Hec. 695. tCvi ^d^eo S'j'ijfljtfts; xlvi tioi^oj mtlaai,; For ^vv- 
xQSXH qu. ivynvQti. (CEd. C. 1404. t^Ss oiiyiiieiTct ttj);!;. Phil. 683. 
fiolq^ xovS' tx^iovi avvtvxovxa.) Hauck, 1 find, makes the same con- 
jecture. Or ^vti.«hvH (schol: avvmeetv. <Ei. R. 113. xmSs evjiJiiTczti 
qi6ve>. Aj. 429. MOfKOts xotoieSs avuTHixzaxoxa). Or ^^siQitai. Or 
'Idliurtti. Wunder brackets as spurious yvvai , ^vvxqsx^^ {^- Emend, 
p. 100 f.). 

881 f. Kiestnev proposes to read: o:iJi^i' Siijtsiami — XO. rit ^vfiog 
— vdoot; TP. tavS' alxfid — ^vvsHs — XO. Tcioq - iiovtt; TP. czovo- 

881, aviriv Sirjtataee {Siijiazioaiv L.) the ms.s. axr/ viv ^taxtoBE 
Wunder (v. Emend, p. 101 f.). Qn, avtriv dijjrlffrooe. Translate: ' S/ie 
destroyed herself.' Aj, 515. aii jdp (loi jcaxgCS' ^azmaag (i$yiocas^} So- 
e(', Fr. 481. KOQOV dCatiaBag txvqL jEsch. Prom. 240. all fli'oioiiias yf~ 
voe I XO nav &c. 689. v,Eqavvov, og nav l^aCtaaoi yivoq. Compare the 
compound verhs @ta^&Uqio, Siigyd^Ofittt , 3t6llvtii, SiitTiOQ^ii, SioC- 
jojiai, in all which Siii bears the sense of 'utterly/.' For aiziiv qu. aoxdv. 



tig 'Sujiotj; i) T^vE^ I'oaoi 
tdvS' ul%^a (jfUaiy xcrnov 

3r(»os ^avKta Qavarov 
r'.vvSaGK (lova; 


dtoi/oevTos til rojiK Gidd^uv. 

882. Tlii ^oiios, ^ -civtq vuaoi. tlii' iuhb. vulg. Uiii<l. liorgk. Oiijios !j 
rivti voBoi Herm. &vpog fl voeoi Erf, Wnml. tie #ti(ios jio:kos (um. ^ 
t/v^S I'DCOi, from StIiuL, who luis only tis fl'ti/tdsO Hnrt. Scliol ; tivt fl'iiftm 
XQveaiiivij tam^v ttvetlevf ij rig ^nfios, ^Jjoli', averts tijv dtjXavsiqavi 
— Avtl rou, tiva 9viiov (txtv lait; ift fl^nfiog cufsrtei'; Qn. ii^s flu- 
(loe, fl r4' ^1' votfra {bC.ooaav, Aj.271, i)viii' ^v Iv t^voaai) ravS' atxpia--; 
Or, ^ufios, ^iirag raptf' (auiai') tt/jfui — ; Kcestner explains &vfi,hi \o 
mean iinj" 'ui'ofen/ ecceitcment of the mind', lui tliut of lore; voooi 'madnest 
sent hy llie godx' [as in Aj. 59. CO. 180. 271. 274. 46a.|. 

v6aai\ Tlio plural as in Aj. 59. p,aviaisiv voaocg- Linw: riementia. 

883. ra** — ^ovttU (oonf. to tbe Ciionis) in tliB mss Aid. Tg 
lavS' — ^vvtiXt Tricl. Br. Sell. Wiinil. Tp. ulxiiri ^^lovg ^vvfile Itart. 
Sw WiinJer's Emiiiul. p. 102 f. The,; of tliia jinrt uf the phiy is e^.- 
veoJingly corrupt. 

rci-*' A. K. L. T. Aid. rijV*' B. ib^S' lemni. sohul 
aiiiiuv A. B. K. L. Aid. Harl. Wiind. Dind. alxtia T. aixfi&v Icnim. 
siihul. nlxiia Hci'm. Sclm. Naliult. alx^ri Erf. Hart. 

884. tvvslkf] Tliis Ciinnot, I think, mean 'iteslroyed.' QI.T: avttlsv. 
QilJ viv itXf (El. 6-28), ornttftsHs (1003), or ff^' dvUlt Waltcf- '(wr? 
jjirf/' (Virg. ^n. VI. 290. 'corripit — fernm'). 

jTtos — fiova; eontinned to the Chorus in the mss. and viilg. XO. nag 
-~ (lora; Wuiid. See hia Emend, p. 102 f. Hartnng alters the passage 
thus: niSs ii^ijeaTO | npog 9avat^ 9avaxov, | avvaixoa fiova ciovocvzog 
Iv I aidaQOv rofta; iirsiSsg, a, | jiUTatuv v^Qtv; 

835. Ttgog ^'avdta ^avaTOr} Cf. on El. 235. Sehol: tov iavzrig 
^Qog zai HQCnleovg. 

886. avveaoa jiova;] Qu. — avveaea; TP. (lova azovoivrog —. 

887. ezovotvtog] Perliaps olaspzog, or kqvosvtos. 

h lo/iff] 'Bi/ tlie edge (Vii. cutting).' Cf. 241. and on Phil. eo. Eur. 
Or. tlOl. tpaayavuv toiiiig. 

BiSiJQOV vulg. Wund. Sehn. tuSagov Erf. Dind. Ifgh. Nek. 

888. Srhoir ri9saaai rijv IxFi'viig tuliiav: inagT^QijCiig tSttv irjv 
(jjioiijrc; ovrtag yticQ itiz! rijii v^qiv. 



n'g i}v; ;tc3g; (p/^' etnt. 


amij ZQug kiJt^s xaQonoitHrai tadi. 

( tpatVEig ; 


m fiaraia {(tciffra L.) tlie inss. (o /idTUU Hcrni. WunJ. Dhid. jia- 
Tuitiv (om. <o, 'leaiernriam') Erf. Not bailly. The Seliol. cxpliiins » (la- 
THMi; by 01 fiiXia (»bi Hiri'qjeHoii') , '0 teretc/icd oneJ' IIosjtIi; pataiog- 
rdiag. Ids (lataiav . raXatvav. }Ierm;inn writes: {jcsiSsg, sTStg, ib 
liaTms, zavS S^qiv; Nanck would vcml: v§qiv zdvS' sitsiSfs, y,utala 
(biiechoan metre, tis 891). 398.}. Qii. tJtttStq a^ , ca fiaca, xdvSt lav 
v^Qtv, Or ixsiSis, <a (luf, ai/a — ; Or licttSrg ftataiav T«iii«i' vBgiv; 

tdv3' i^Qiv the mss. vnlg. Dind. Bgk. Nauck. t^».3( rijp v^qiv 
■Wimd. (v. Emend, p. 104 f) 'TIim deed of violence.' 

889. as 3»y vnlg. This wonld menii, 'iix if forsooth' ((E.I. C. 80'J.). 
Unt ef. Ph. IOCS. Enr. Pb, 1416. i S' , mg KQateiv Sri — . Qn. mg ye (i-f. 
1192. olS' (US dtirrJe y« jroHi dn ma&tlg avm. (Ed. R. 1118.), or ota 
(Idt. 'iilpolf'f, or pcrliapB o^ca (proposed. hIbo bj Ninick). 

tog #7) iriijCiV jrcpHOTKiis] S<'. ouo" ((Ed. C, 1588.). Cf. 896. t{ 
Tuigovaa jrlijc^nr | IXiveees- Q'l. — los JittpDioiHiotioc nXtia^a. 

890. ii's (tiT ITjirl.) ^f; Jrwg; the mss. rulg. ii'e ^jpj*; Wmidcr (v. 
Enieml. p. 105 f.). I. e. ' H'//o was rte perpetrator of the iJeeiW ITart: 
'if/Kj;. r^s 1''; Jiws; 'Hfi.t%. qitg , jfnE. A gloss rtVc ^tifiov si%t (from 
Bcliol. on 881.) is added in Ven. 

ilg Jji'i] Sc. 17 v^Qig. Wakefield ftbsiirdjy explains; 'Qunlix eralf' 
(quo in animo — qiioinotio affeetft hoc patravit?) Qu. ri q»je; 

891. ScLol: ravTU t^ j;*'?* favriis SiBx^d^ato. 

avt^S A. L. T. ouT^s B- K. K. Bgk. Cf. 1132. Ant. 1177. aviog 
xQOi avTov {atudcastai). Aj. 90C. (Ed. K. 1237. 

jlitfOwoiEflCfl] I. e. ntflajiKiat {cf. jrciojirKfoe, 'n murderer''), Qn. 

892. Winider sto|>s tbtia: XO. xl ipiaveigi oaipljvii; Hee his Enund, 
p. 107 f. 

qDmrtig] Qn. (pifCMtifi. 

ctfqiiivq A. n. L. T. oatpa*^ K. Gl. T: ffi»j8-;,. Pind, 01. X. fi7- zi 
Si aatpavig — Kaz^ipQactv. jEscdi. Clio, 195. Cf. iwipijrdK, eoqjijri'^cu. 


IpipipWPPip i lWJiaiA-'P.m ' J!J 11 )1- 1 .' ' ."! 


hBxev irmsv (lEyuXav 
a vsoprog SSb vvfiqia 
d6[iotSi toieS' 'Eqivvv. 

ayav ye' (laXkov S" , si jtaQovSa TiXrialK ' 

IXevGGis o" iSffaGE, xapr' av axnaug. fj 


xai ravz' iVAij rig xei$ yvvaixcta HtiSai; 

893^5. Wnndev litacketa tliose lines na spurious. See his Emend, 
p. 108 f. WakeBelrt eonj : htxev fxint uiytHat Stop | a rio^og aSi 

893. hi^ev, htntv the msB. ^Trxs*, i'liKS Tricl. and so Wonder, for 
the sake of tho metre, hetev only once Haft. Cf, El. 235. p,ii tC^z^iv 
o' axetv oiaig. Enr. Or, 978. og irtxev hsiie ysvfto^ag IfiiSsv Sojttov. 

(levaXav — igirvv] Cf. 842. (leyaXav Sofioiai ^Xd^av. 

894. avEogiog B. K, T, Aid, dv toi/Tog L, a vso^tos Schol. Junt. I. Wak. 
Musgr. ]ir. Sdiol: q vganzl Ivrctv&a offt^aaea lolij. dveogzos Si dizi 
zov alexia xai trnptirije- Cf, Fr. 791. Ktxl Taf veoqzov — 'Equiovuv. (Ed. 
C. 1507. ri S' iaziv, a nai Aatov, veogtor av; Qu. a veoxtiog. Cf, 
Athen. XIII. 560 C. avezgaxijaav xal oXoi otxoi Sid yvvatimi' o 'Hga- 
«Xiovg Sid r^v 'loXijg ijityafiiav z^g Evgvrov fl'tiyargos. 

SSt] aSt L,, as usual, 

896. ffofioici] So/tots Nauck, to make the metre baechean, 
'Eqivvvv a. R. K. T. vulg. igiviiv L. Egivvv Herm. Dind. &e. I. q. 

Kiij*. Gl. T: qt^oQiiv. 

89G- ayav yt] ' Af/e, too muck so.' Sub fiiyalav 

lidXlov 3'] 3' inserted a m. pr. in L Qu hbs vti 

jtljjei'a] itlijci'oi' eonj. Lob, ad Aj. 1157 But cf (Ed. C. 38, Ant. 

761 f. El. 640, be. 

897. ^Xiveeeg A. ^levatq B. K. L. f^tuoas T — I3ecia(v (eras. !■) L. 
898 — 9. These two lines are suspected as spurious hi Herm. Dind. 

Hart. Nauck. They are defended by Weeklein 

898. Kttl zaiz' i'zXt] us [I'S B.) A. B. L Harl Sihot Aid. «al taiz' 
friij (om. Its) T. Turn. Weokl. xal taizd tig hXii K xa! zavz' dvizXjj 
(<Ed. 0. 239.) Ed. Lond. I. mkI zaiz' h' ^zXii Reiake Koi zaiz' izXij 
zoi (in an interrogation!) Wund. mhI zavt tzXi} Jij Sihn not iniiia 
zoKud eonj. Schu. Qu. hbI zavt izolna (perhaps friij waj a gloss on 
^tol^d). Or xai ioi«#' (or ^ yap lad') ^iJlj. Oi gzXtj Si lavza. Or koI 
tkut' frlq Kttl (so Arist. PI. 454. yQvSeiv Sh mbI zoXiiSzov — i). 

Kt/sat] 'To effect, perpetrate.' Schol: xazaBxevdeai hoI nroiqoai, 
jEsck, Eum, init. vzCaag (Schol: nottjoaf) gi^tVu ^f&toi' zi^vrig. Eur. 
Suppl, 738. &c. Blomf. Gl, Pers. 294. 




196 ixy^oKyiLorz 

Setvas ys' itBvOei S', Sote (la^vQeZv ifioC 
ixfl y&Q tjl&s Safidzav ttOa ftov^i, 900 

xal KKlS' tv avXals elSs xoiXa Seftvia 
aroQvvvd-', oamg aipo^^ov avzat) srnt^l, 
XQVtpao' scvt^v ev^K (i'^ rtg eigCSoi, 

899. xevBU S' — ] Scliol: ov%6ts aKQt^ii>g Siriy^cojiai aotto TtQayfia, 
BiOTS Titia&^vai as nzt alti9^ ieyro, CI. Arlst. Ecel. 5G9. all' oiTioipcivfo 
TOV& , laatt as yi fiot iiaQtvQctv. For liegzvQsCv perhaps ninteviiv. 

900. ItcsI ■jcaQJiJ.&e the mss, vulg. j'iifI yciQ ^X^b Seh. Herm. Diml. 
Wund-Hart, Schn.Bgk. Neh. Cf.I169. (Ed.C.lSOi. iiisiYae'^X»ov —. El. 
893. iail yap ^l9^ov — . CEd. H, 1241. ontog yag oQyfi jgropii'ij ^lag^ifl'' 
kaa I ^vQmvog. Ph. 1337. and on Ant. 238. 1301. Fa^ and nap arc con- 
fused Phil. 1337. Ziel (de asjndeto ap. Soph. p. 6.) defends iacl xaQrjX&B 
['passed'], observing that in such passages Sophocles omits oftener tlian 
inserts y«p, adducing Phil. 50. 436. 691. 1316. 1453. Aj. 1028. 948. 1417. 
CEd. R. 96. 224. 236. 774. 800. (FA. C. 53. 1292. Tr. 555. 752. T(.e omis- 
sion of ya^ in many snoh passages certainly adds force. Cf. also El. 1337. 

901. Koila the mss. noiva v. I. ap. Schol. (ygaq>etai Koiiiit — iff 
avt^S "ori TOT) 'HqaKXioiig). Which is approved of by Wakefield and 
Mnsgravo. Cf. jEseh. Pers. 160. xal ro iJaqfCov tc Kaftov tioivov svva- 
t^Qiov. Hermann explains naiXa of the cords of the conch loosened so 
as to render it raoi-e easy for an invalid. Wakefield renders it 'capacia.' 
Some nndorstand it as a general epithet, as of ships in Homer, Ko/Jtjjtrn' 
TtoiQa njiifll (II. a. 26. ftc). Wunder (Emend, p. Ill f.) supposes wtCla 
to be corrupt. I understand it in a proleptic sense, or as an adjective of 
effect, 'laying out a conch koDoa,' i. e. so as to be hollow, in order the 
better to receive the painstricken limbs of bis father. So 914. Xi^gaiov ofift' 
Insetuaajtivi]. Qu. yiatva, or nalaxa, or X^Q"'- Or etS' Fioifia Sepvia^. 

Sijivice] 'A couch,'' for Hercules to repose on. 

902. cioe*iiW A. K. L. Harl. ozgavvvv^' It. T. Schol: tov''Tnov 
exQcaviivvta. Arist. Pac. 844. ordpvn t' ^fiot »al zijSi KovQiStov Xixog. 
Eur. Suppl. 766. KctazQaiei y' tvvdg. Incert. ap. Athen. 48 A. argiavvv vt 
noizaq. Herod. VII. 64. pvQuivyiH tfroQwvzts tr/v oSof. 

onms alpogifov avtipt] xargi] I cannot make any thing of these words 
any more than Wunder, who with reason considers them corrupt (Emenrl. 
p. 112 f,). The sense, as he observes, should be something like this: 'in 
qito (leclo) Hercules redum foetus reponereluT.' Qu, OTcag aipogQog avziari 
Tcatiig (bc. avtiav), 'thai Ma father might on Ms return betake himself iMther,' 
Or oxaig aibogifas iji^airi (or rather lajiieoi) thizjjq. Or nmu; aijio^gov 
evvaeai (or i/i^aXoi, or IvS-Bilj, or iyiXCvai, or ajinavnat) aoaiv, 'itt 
order that she vdgM lay there her husband on his return.' 

ttvtan T. Turn. avzoCtj A. B. K. L. Harl, Aid. avzsvijVen. Gl. T: 
awavzTiGcii. Neao in vain defends avzolti from II. ij', 423. of S jjvteov 

903. As tliese words ill accord with the open character of Dcianira's 
anbsoquent doings in the sight of all, Meineke suspects this lino fo be an 


rPAXlMAl. 111? 

(iQViKTO (lif (iaf-oiHt TiQoanijCTuvi)' i'ni 

■yivcitvt' iQ-rifioi, xXreis d' tiffyaviav Utov 00,'» 

■^KvGEtEV oig ^X9V^^ detrain xiipng' 

rtAXt} rff xiiXli} dafidtav er^iaqxaiiF.vt] , 

st Tov fpiitav ^kijpsi'^v 1) oCxBtav St(iag, 

axXatsv ij dv6rrjvog Bi6oQ(o^ivr\ , 

Kvz^ tov ccvTijs fl(ii(iov' iyxaXovjievij 910 

xkI r«s KTcaiSas is to XoiTtov ovoCa^. 

Iv&a (iij ng daiSoi] 'Where no one miuhl behold her.' (Ed. li. 700. 
tipivyov, iv&a fijfnoi' oifiw'fuji' — Tslovp,£iia Qu ?v9<t (nj tis «" "v' f^ot 

904. pQVzaxo tlie ms». Wuml. Dind S lin Nek PpujlHto V v B Lrf 
Sell. Herm. Hart. On tlio omission o( au^ nont lU lamlic tr mete a e 
Ilerm. Pr*f. Bacch. p. XVII. XLIX and cf on JOS 915 (El I 1 45 
(Ed. C. 1606. 1C24, EL 716. Qu gmjio e v ^^ffvxato wpoua jrro e — 

^la^ottii.] Tlic hoiiseliold family slir ues 1^ r Al log Ji iii g d 
p(D(io«s> o'^ ""t' ':4#fH]ior JSoitovg &c Cf n (Ed I 10 
poifiotVrt seoofltt'jiTOuo'] Cf. ft-l C llo 
xgoaalatova ] npooimiooW llarl Po 1 ij ^qooji zva c Eutt.1 j8 

905. yivott' iQi^jii] tlie niSB. vulg jepo r iQij/iOi N u I D d 
wlnie vulg. L. Wund. Scbn. tclas T> nA kXkib \ luv Bi H r 


opyKBiot] ' Inslruments oftmik W nler understi da tl a of tl oae 
instnimciits, wherewith she liad pie]arol tho in(.lealel gir ent 

Sio«| ojto!- Uarl. (Cf. on Aj id) E^ valent to ft lo a 910 
See liftmck ad Arist. Eq. 1275. Cf <Ed P 1464 offo c yo | i^ uo 
Eiiv. llec. 584. ^v juq aifunjta^ iiiios | io5 ouk ia /ii 

900. dstiKia] ajilara L. Atte tl a W de (v Emeni p lUtl 
marks a lacunix of one line. 

907. aUjj — naXls Stii^ariMi'\ I e fori I tie olle of It 
hause.' Schol: vySi Kmttide. The ge ho u rrav 1 pe Is n alJij Cf 375 

atQioqieiiiiv^] Herod. VIII. 135 ntg atQ q>ap,ivnv ji vza ra XQ ) 
eTrjQia, Compare Tcazaad'ai, vio^nf A.1. 

'J08. ti: zov B. K. L. T. V. Ven J t II 1 iru 1 jio AI L B 

olnetrSv] I alioald prefer ^ oIkbt av i tl e r s 1 v -50 / 

nlxof.eaS'' aiia. 

900. Hlaitv vulg. Herm. Nauck. i-nlaiv Dind. 

s^oogiofisvi)] ' When she beheld them.' The middle of this verb is use(i 
nlso in El. 1059. and often elsosvhero. 

910. nuiq -:■ avavalov/iivij the mss. air^ — £^""^'"'^^''''3 Wunder 
[v. Emend, p. 116f.). I.e. 'Blaming herself for her own sad fnle.' For the 
middle f'ywcAft'fl&ni Wunder citea Eurip. Melan. Ft. IX. 5. oi5 xs'l ')"'"- 
XiCad'ai xqog to ^iCov, alX eav. 

avTi}g A. L. hotijk B. K. T. 

avavaloviiivi] the msa. T. Ttirn. Br. Horiii. Dind. Sclm. Hart. Nek. ay- 
Korloufitl'i) Mein. Herw. Sai/iova xalovjisvi] Aid. synalovjiivt] Wtind. 

Oil. r,is "XttiSas — oiai'ttg the maa. vulg. Sehol: insl iirjyiiTi ^litXltv 
jitslSag tixtttv -ijtot 0);^<Titv, ozi zov Xomoh ov ysviiaovzai avvovaiai 
npog Tov 'H^ayiXiet iig jtaiSonoitKv . ovaiag Si noizag, avvovaias. 


,-,tVa^SBM^ :4iiiE 

11K SO0OK.lKOrZ 

tpQavQnvV I'iQm 6% t^v yvvatxrt flsfivioi^ 915 

TOig 'HQKxleiots atQmTCi (iiilknv0HV fpKQrj. 

xa&BlEz' BV fl£0Ol6I.V EVVKTYIQIOIQ , 

Wundtr justly cousirlers this lino faulty (see biK Emend, p. inf.). Tin; 
sense of tho original lie thinks was this: 'el liherormrt in poslerum piilre 
orhatonm Korlem mkerriwam.'' Hart, atiny, tai djiagvas — . Wecklciii: 
T^g BKijffowfi, toll. Iloaychi axtjSfie . a<pQOVtit!TOvg , anelUs. Qu. rag 
avavSpovg — fuippopKe (ur ^fifpaj). Cf, 100. iv&'vuioie tvvaCg avav- 
tfgoJioiot, 020 f. Euiip. Hoc. 8^8. iiov tag ipClng S!jt evipQovag fifi^fig, 
itva^, I ij rrar iv tnvh qiilrtiiiov nejinaiiciTayv jiHeir zfv F|fi 7i«fi; 
tftq I — ; Oi- Tag av'oi,§i)vg — ^jiigag. Or Mni tows ^xiiTO^iig — fit 
yovovs- Diiidorf thinks the lino is an interpolation. 

ouflinsl tOT^cie ('I'livoK, tloviiiK' ) Hoiske. Stiiol: Koi'rRSi ovyounui-i. 

012. trip' A. H. corr. K. von. L. T. »' It. pr. K. pr. 

'Jia. IOC 'H^nnAsiov &nKaiiov] Cf. 915. ;nid 1:>-JC.. rrov Aii^ffnxii'biv 
/Sntjiaimv. (Ju. f^s (i"' ^Qoe) 'HqukIfiov ~. 

fiaoQfi^Hivtjv I ^logficofisVij Ven, 

014. iafrpKiot] I. e. raatr. la^QttCov iiviti. Ci'. A}. 803. nftrta Kpu 
tpaia qiaayavio jieQtatvxijg. And on fEd. C. 1201). Thu atuuaativo ia- 
&Qaiov oniin depends on sjtievuttaiisvtj. Fur tho sinRuluv SfifiK ef. 27i, 
Aj. 417. El. 906. (Ed. R. 81. Ph. 161. <Ed. C. 12S0. 1709. &e. Cf. aa5. 
ou^i (i' oftfiatog tpQnvQav nrcQijX&i:. Phil. l."i(i. tpgnvgeiv ofi/t' (st. t,!!"'') 
^TEt <•& jialccra iiaig^. 

ofifi'] ewfi' eonj. Mein. 

licfaviacjiivil] 8ch<d: xfQtKtxakviiiifvri, XQUncnnea, Herod. I. 200 
T^ Si Ti)V EvQiOTcrjv iiciaMa^dv, <Ed. C. 1650. 

915. ipgovfovv the niss. Wuuil. Din<l. Hchn. Nth. 'tpQonQnvv Vituv. lii. 
Erf. Sell. Hurto. Hart. Cf. on 904. 

Sfftvioig — ^riXlovanv] Cf. El. 747. Eiir. Or. HK, Stuvtoig nfjiiioj 
SSt. Med. 128J, zcpa ^aXsCv t^nvoig. 

iScf).vioig roCq 'HQaiiXsiotg\ Schol: Iv^a avvfxa^fvdtf nXXit ycin 
^v OKSQ iatOQSOtv 6 TXlog. Kiglitly. 

917. insv&oQova'] From Itttv^QwaKHv ((Ed. K. 4fi9. ^;aidi. Purs. 
3G5.). Cf. (Ed. C. -Hi. in^ngt. Msch. Pers. 359. As. 207. uirfpffnesiV 
Compare the uompomids tntit^nivitv El. 45fi, l-TrfjiJtiJtritv Aj. 12, 'itiv 
rflvsiv Ant. 1235. fTtEii^nXluv (Ed. C. 463. 

Hvoi] ff/iK Veil 

918. Kafl'fEEt'l 'xttS'igsr' Br. Vauv. 

Iv /liaoiaiv evvat ijQtoig] In like innnner Dido kills herself on her 
nuptial uoufli, Virg. iEn. IV. B45. ' Inter iora itomiis vTiinipil limiaa, el altoi 
I conicemlil faribtmda rtiffos. — /lie, poKlguam IHacas iiestfs notnmqac '■i/hih 
I canxpexil, pnuHum liierymis el meitle laoriilii \ Inriiliuitqae torn ilhUqHf 
tiooissiina oerba- | Dah-es exuvia,-, dam fiitii deitaque iiacbaiit, \ airijiiir hum- 
anfmawi, meque his exsoli'itc ciiris.' IV. 82. 'Sola 'l/iifi mmiet vacua, xli-atL- 
que reiirlis \ iiiciibiil.' 




xul dfiXQtiai' Q^^tcOa &£^jif( fdnKtn 
i'Aa^Ev , Sii XtxV '^^ *""'' vv^fpsf i^K , 
TO iotreov rfSf} xn£QS&', cig sfi' ovTtotE 
di^Eff& et iv xoiTat0t rated' svvtjtQtav. 
ToffavTa <pci>vyJ0at}(( Ovvtava %sqI 

re^fy^av anaaav dXivr}v i' eurovvftfw. 
xaytB d^ojiaicc ^a6\ oSovas^ iG&tvov , 

fovaaiiiQiots the mss, vulg, Herm. Wund. Bgk. ivvaiijgiots niiid. 
Naucfc. Tlio wonf occurs jEscIi, Pars. 156. lo dctQsiov rs naaov boivoi' 
turaofjiptov (al. fivai. v. Diiid.). Eur. Orest. 5B9. Compare &oivncij- 
0^o^' (Rhes. 515), ftlso ivvatiiQ, svvatiaQ, evvatttqa. 

619. ^^^aea) ' flavinn gaien vent to.' CI. on 852. iQQmyfv nayn £tf 
Mguo)!'. Hence cptiay^s ofifiw 'an eye Mo; weep* tiol' (I'r. 847.). 

^fptiw vffficrB] Horn. II. ij'. 426. SaxQva &fQ!ia %iovtis, Theogiiis 
li06. dH«(fTia S-tgiiK fidlot, Pliil. do Josopli. II. p. 66. TCgoxeat 9iQ(ia ijidli-iilu Saupva. Eur. Plioiii. 370. Si oaaav van' %"»' d'a^gvg 
Qoovv (Sii«evQQO0v? cf. Here 98). Here. 026. mkI vaiiar' oaoiov fUjMt'i' 
i%avCtzt. DioBuorides Anthol. p. 202. Sa-nQva S' ov« iQgr]^'. Iiicert, ibid, 
p. 270. sgQtj^av Movaat SaiQva. Virg. JEn. IV. 553. 'tantoa Ulu mio naa- 
pebal peclore qiiesius.' II. 129. Soucc. Tro. 786. ' rumpe Jam fleliis, p'lrem.' Liv, 
36, 7. Plut. Per. I. p. 172. K^av9^jl6v le ^q|«( Krei niii^og inxsat Stc^Qvmv. 

920. 10 Xe%ri is xkI vufi^ii''] I. o. lo vii/iipiKn le^ij ((Ed. R. 134:i). 

FOTJqisr'J 'Bridal e/iaiiiber.' Cf, Ant. 1205. liS'oirtpoHoi' Mogjjs ''"f 
qiEt'op AtSov xoiXov. 891. 

322._?r* om. B. Cf. on_7. 

evvijtQiav the mss. sticijcrgtav Aid. (u^KipiKH Naiick, The miisciilnw 
(vvatqQ jEsch. Pers. 134. svvataiQ Siippl. 667. Tlie more usiiiil Conn 
swiiieigK (from tvvdrfoe or evvazijQ) occars JEsdi. Prom. 869. Pers. 157. 

923. avirvovot jsp^J 'IVilk quick hand.' I slioiild prefer avvtovmg 
((Ed. H. 81(1) i«jt. Vor itpl ef. Ant. 43. 

924. Ivsi — jtiTtXov] (Ed. C, 1567. flvas SvanivtZs azoXaq. 
avc^S A. (cuc^g B. K. L. T. 

M the mss. Aid. Br. ov Soh. &e. ^ (' en pm-ie gua') Wnk. Erf. Ditid. Herm, 
Hart. Sc!m. Bgk. Nek. Tlie words m — jitpojiis aie suspected by Ilerwcrden . 
XQva:^laiog — ^(Qov^g] (Ed. IE. 1268. XQvarjldtovg afQiivitg, 

925. fiaiSTav] Schol: irpos i^ ezr/^fl yctg ixtgovravm at yvvatxfg. 
(Ed. R. 1268. ujioanaaas yap eifidztov jpwffiji nidi's | Jtfpums rm anzijs, 


^« fl' flio^tiflfv] '.Inrf s/ri;)( or /iiirf bare,' Seliol: iyntiiVioaiv , t|E 
d'vesv iaijioe Y^Q ^o t(idxinv. Hesych: IIsIohtioep . E^ta«vXev<iiv, t^i- 
Svaiv. Horn. Od. v'. 224. (v. Eiist.) Poll. VII. 44. Cf. v, XwnoSvttlv. 

IXtaxtetv K. L. T. iXtanms A. B. 

926. Wiikefietd and otliers properly remove the comma usually placed 
iifter ajcatsav, bceiiuise svwvvfKyp refers no less to jileupiiv than to oJl^i'iji'. 

927. Sgo/iaia ^da'] Eur. Or, 45. Sijivietv dito \ arjd^ iQOjiatog. Bacch. 
m.iit^tdiliovSgoiiaiim'. Ariat. Ran, i78. iip' as^yaSgoiiaiov 6e(i^<iia jcoda. 



-A(h' m TO xf (Of devQti r' i^ogfidfii^n . 
alevQav vip' ijK«p xai ipQivug 7C£jiXtjyfif'i'i}t'. 
p g to if) 6 



TO SsvQo Anlr 10 Uuat SevQO rs Or 141(1. ^ov&', 6 /thv xo net- 
flfi ds TO uli&tv A 8t Av 425 to tjjSe k«1 to vsiof Hnl ( lo dtuflo 
jieoo^pK A£)mr De p 7Sr 'ttu^ dr go xHMftdf. 

J3J a((qpiJii))l ] 1 o ed eit fEl R 417. aftqpurJi)^ — «pi!. 

J31 alsiQav] jrlfvQas "-th 1 II I 1 3 So Ant. 1221, w*"-* Ji-if" 
Qcug (jtXevQa ) iseenv yjos B t we finl tie ainsuliir in Aj. 831. nX^v 
Qav SiaQQTj^ttvc iioSs rp oyc vc 

<p i)iiaQ xwl ipQEvac:] Sol ul mg to qnttp ycep ^gs'tfe f ^ei jriv 
);jtK( "Ofirigos o&' " ^Qtvig rjitaQ t%oiiSi-v (Od. ('. 301.). Sdiri!. Veu, 
nil II 1 57J f^iiiaq 6f o Jioojrijs xtl 3t«iitss ot jralnioi iaKloi'i' ro 
itnrpgayiia II k 10 ji 481 5*"4 P id N.VIl. 38. o KHprtpne /^ires 
tnn^f ^i giptfajv Xevqov ^iipoe ^o ijjinfi lino TtQrtm'd'iav in Iloniti . 
As Do anirn is laid to Ihvo laid b^e 1 er Ictt side (926) lo the weapoiL, 
, Reiske proposes to re;nl 

1 1 piissivo fonii is liore tmcil, 
n fEtl. C. 1016. Arist. Kq. 63. 

atil the liver i% o tlio nglt sile of tlie 
^cp ijaaQ — isq e d kepar el d aj hr ( 

TiejriijyftEf Jj*] f/aat g si ak li-rself 
as often elstwUcre n «, middle sense Ct 

93" tiO-li on B L 
ilter ifvra two 1 tte >■ iie er aed 
&o Cf Ant 060 

93d btLol ossftSiv o i, oQyie^tiau c, ij jMjTijg kutou) fJtl toj ijnrii;- 
Ti]ff&« 5ct pn Tov Asffflo to fey'' ro""' S Eaga^aio. Who imderstaiids 
ti B b Jjoct to be tj ftijiJj? ^\ Ul dor r glitly coua dersHyllus to be flie subject. 


■ i,.v» 



nxovon irpog row d'lj^os t(f^stsv tadt. '■1'a:> 

xAvTKV^' 6 jtrttg ftvatijvog oiir' advQfiatav 

elsiner' ovSlv ajiipi viv yoa(isvos , 

»vt' ajitptJiCaTav ero'fKWTtv , alia, ai-evQO&tv 

TtlBVQKV TCaQEig EXEizo mil" avaGrtvav 

toiTpyoK — rod£] Tlie Huieido of his motliei'. 

kbt' upy^V] '■III anger' So El. 1503. kk*' riSov^v. .^sch. Siippl. 
331. TCoiEQa x«t' fj;&eav — liysig; Compare the language of Ilylhis 
T4i—S20., more particularly 807 — 820. 

irpatlietEv] ' Hud kindled (iasilqated) or caused ifii c 
oomparea Eur. Bneeh. 77 

BaK%div. In Homer I91 

Qu, sVcoresuflsv (El. 467 

934 f. SuBpectod by N 

934. S^' fVi^iSax&f 
TO aioipQoviCv. 

l)tStSax&-de t^ — : 
tive ef. El. 344. Ht^f jjs S 

935. anovea] aipnl 
&1IQOS, coll. 6G2.) Ilerw A 
of ««oyo«a« a gloas on i 


tov Ojjpos] Nessui 
fe|«(» B. T. _ ?es| K 

936. JTff^e dvaxtjv 
this is uot equivalent t 

11. (E(i. E. 58) il 

f> '9 


Ant. 40.).' Neiic 
ttai I v^Qioiui 
i/jfisB uorrecti" 

For tile geiii- 
vti. On Ph. 3. 

El. 1147. 

oue Jt^oqjtii'nti. 
s a corruptitn 

Q%tr6a incited. 
Qu, TtaQa — . 

m fellow): niat 
I oulh' {el. on 

aecondiiry predicate, as m 326. SaitQv^Qoei ifvarjivog. 846. oloa Otivh. 

ovt' oSvQfiatwv iXeiTCtr' ovStv] ' Neil/inr ceased al all from lamentalions: 
Cf. on 1275. Matth, ail Eur. Ilipp. 323. Wimder; 'neque qjierelariaa ea^pejs 
fuii: I 

oSvQfiaiav — yo.ifiEPOfi] Cf. 40. }itiv8aKQVt oSvii/taTK — yom- 

937. Hdniv'] Perhaps Ivilsmsv (Aj. 1379. Ant, 586.). Or ratber 
flrjytv. But of, on Tr. 1375. Ilewl, IV. 9. Ss *' av zovxiav x&v t^yiov 

IcSji iVTilXofLBl XlTtTlZai. 

938. ajtipntC'iizmv at6(Laai,v\ Tbe plural, as in (Ed. R. 1219. Eur. Ale, 
401. jToil ootirt nizvtov ezo^antv. So itQoamna, nitiima. 

itXf.v^o&tv] ' To (in the dfrerlio'i of) his Hide,' In Latin a talere, Eur. 
Ale. 373. nXsvQii 1' hzstvai niXag \ nXivgoiat zocs "oig. Arist. Lya. 9i. 
zavTityl tavzevd-Bvi. 802. ^v tgaxvs ivrev&ev. 

039. nccQiig] Sehol; inxeivag savtov (iti jiliVQav. Cf. El. 818. 
z^St Tigog Jivlt}\ ^aQtli' ifiavt^v, 545. ^ — TtaCSnyv iro^oj naQilzo; 
(Ed. E. 688. tovfiov icaQidt M«i Tiaxan^lavav maq. Eur. Alt. 373. In- 
eert. iip. Suid. in TzaQfif. Kal naQfXi tavzov una ivirijg fKcito. Kpiat. 
Hobr. SlIL 13, Sio riij naQtijiivas xslQag «.al tk TtetQaXslviisva yovaxa 


202 ZO'tiOK.IKOrx 

(jy piv fiKTiUo}^ ulrU' ^(<kM Huxij, '1411 

xXaiav d' t't&ovvex' ex ifvolv I0O1&' cififc, 
aiaffog r' fxeCvyig r , coQipavtefisvog ^iov. 
ToiMvtn ravdciv ian'v. aer' s/' ng 6vt> 

TtoU' dvciazivoiv] Sc Virg. G. IV. aul. 'mw/fH rclactmd: A'.u. V. 
869. 'miilla /jeiaens.' 

940, (laini'msl ' Wrongly, rask/y.' Cf. 597. (Ed. E. 656. 

nitiTa ^kIoi jtim^] 'ffadekarffedtvilk a reproof /iful accunalion.' Aj. 1241. 
^/lag — Kanofs polstis. 734. i5»ifi'dE(ttii | ijeceao*. 501. lo/ots ^ajcctoi'. 
Ph. 374. ijQttnoov xanoCg (avzov). Uoro. Od. v'. Hi. uQiCtov erip/ijoii' 
^KJ.ltu'. JEHvh. Sept. 388. SitVtt 3' oveiSfi iiavitv OlviltiSqv aorpov. 
1030. iyio aqii 9ailia, ku/ie vivSvvei P«ilio | Qtiilittii' aSiltpov ibv ifiov. 
Eiir. El. lH)ii. iitK^oj^s v^Qiiuv, fuj fit ne qjffovm ^alrj. Ale. fi95. wyo'j' 
"PP'St'Si ""i viav{ut lojovs \ ffintav ss iJfiHS ou ^alrac ourMS anrti, 
AriBt, Thesm. 895. pav^e, zovpov nmfia ^alXovoti ifro'yra. Pind. P. XII. 
31. aglmitf pttXmv. Synes. iu Dion, ^nitiowri ^omott'uji' ji«[ Z^vmva 
zois sn ^lovvaitav aMroji[i(ii!i. Libuii. I. 811. ^alXovai avio/iiiiiai. p. ilU3. 
9i)gv0ois fialloiitvoi. p. 307. fujtitai — Xoymv ^t'pIjjfiBt. p. 308. II. '693. 
tov — Si)iiov ^dttii! avTOV aaslytatii/aig fft^lllKotng. p. 65C. Philostr. 
Icon. I. Amph. uoiivip §alwv. llor. 0<1. III. 12. a. ' iiiilmw verbera Hnffu/i:' 
Also (Ed. K. 656. rot itnry^ qiiXov | fi^jiior' ^ii «W« — attitov paliiv. 
Pbit. Epist. VII. 341 A. §al(i:v iv alzCif tov Sukvvvzk. On the phr:ise 
loyavs ^Inztiv v. liloinf. ad .^sch. Proin. 319. 

941. yilaCiov A. B. K. L. T. vntg. Herrn. Nanek. MlaMi/ Diiid. xAaiidw 
conj. Wakef. Rightly, I Hiink. 

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XqXv 8V zd&d Ti-s T.i/v XKQOveav rjfie^av. 

waz' A. IS. L. T. Aid. lis K, 

ir t!s A. li. K. L. K'jTfe T. 

911, 3iio I ^ Kol irU'oug Its A. corr. pr. m. T. Turn. Aid. Br, Vauv. 
Pors. Soliii. Hgk. Ilerm. — aXsiovg zee A. pr. K. L. llarl. Schol. Bust, 
p. SUl, I. — irJlftOTCi: ris R. — nleovg zat Hrf. 5i!o | ^ na^ ti Tcis^us 
Dind. WuniL Svo | ^ irlfi'oi'Bs £qj' Ilart. Ju'o | ^ nait ^ilsiToufi Herw. 
Nek diio I Kttt jiAsi'oj'Hs KS conj. Nnuelc. Svo \ ^ K«i fiiav rtg ■^jiipav 
— cull] Dmd Tb( Attics nsc both xXiiovts (Aiit 31d ) and nieiotrs 
{\} 1115) nlcioi'ft ind nlfiiu (AnU 027 ) buphocJey never uses the short 
syllable except in nlsov UUta also oC(.iirs m a sen-irius ^scti. Ag. 1035. 
And nc find nleovaiv in the very ancient ins of Iljpendea c. 43. The 
same variation con»itaiitly occurs i[i inss Nona of the coiijectitres hithortii 
proposed 19 aatirfactory Qn 5tio | ij tiazi TiXsiovg or dv ij | kbI Ttlfi- 
ovas zig (or g^v) Cf Xen An VI gfte (p« itsa ^ xnl irlsiovg 
iritia The disturbance perhaps arose from the tr iiispositiou of ^ to the 
following line A bimilar coiruption occurs in LI 21 and Anst. Vesp. 743. 
vtrov9iT7jvev avzov Ig za wpay^afr', otg \ IttQayiiaia, \ otg the mss ) lo'r' 
inet^aivtz ) Oi 6va\ ^ nielavag jir For the sentiment cf. Aj. 476 f. 

loyt^szai} Iteckoas p Me I e ma Its that XoyiSszat can 

uuly mein 'reckons toun wl ereits 1 n quires loyi^itta iavzov 
itvat, 1 c recAoiii on a fi oil h Al 7S9 

945. YBQ ie»' A. U. K I 1 W nl E k y q ia»' L, Herm. Nek. 
'for there is no lomorrou I I u It /iroiijj/i the prexent ilni/ 

I to day).' 

i) y avQiov vulg. I rejid ij g (i. e. jj ig) ntigion. Which I find is 
proposed also hy Wakefield. Cf (Ed. C. 566. Insl \ e^otS' a'vjje av, 
Xiozi rqs is avQiov | ovSi^v itl^ov fioi eov iiirfaziv ^fispag. Fr. 685. 
TO S' e's avQiov atl zvfplov ?piie(, Eur, Alt, 320. Sst yag &avi^v (is 
Mtti. To3' ouK fg avQiov — ^^jernt xaxov. Rhes, 600. Is avQiov. For 
the sentiment cf. Anacr. XV. 9, to ajiiSQov jiiXsi ftoc | to S' avgtov 
rig olSiv; Athen. VII. p. 280. ctg avQiov iJs rpi)ovzl%ftv — jitjfifgyov 
fCH. Hor. Od. IV. 7. 17. I. 9. I. 11. II, 16. III. 20. For slg kvqiov v. 
Mein. Fr. Com. 2, 846. 3, 163. 3, 296. 3, 55H. i, 554. slg t^v avgtov 
3, 404. 4, al. So lie iviavTOv (Find. P. X. 63. zu ft' sig hiaviov aWx- 
fia^zov jigovoijaai) , tig vazegov, sig av&ig, slg ml, elg OTtiam, tig 

'116 nglv ev mafl'ij Kg] jigiv skue^poii^ {it Jigiv av Jtegaatjg) coiij 
Niiuelt Ihe same corrections hid occurred to myaelf is ilso nglv I* 
TiBgaifij jrptj' av ntgady Cf (Ed K 1530 maze 9v>itov oit — fiijdfi' 
olffitfi" 1(1111 av I rigiia zoa fi(ov sfpaoi; jirjSiv alynyov aa^mv As 
Meiiieke well observes et TtnOt] in heio unseasoUHble fir there la no 
question i( pasKiiifr Ihe present Any iLippily tr the opp ^ite hut ainiph 
ot pii'jsinf' It it all Ihe comtnott reading therefore ->eems wrong For 
hips hjwev 1 pv no&jj miy mean aiinph i/el safehj Ihrotqh 



dvSx^ir' ^(loiyt dvOr-fiva. 

dvtKjTQOfp'il cc. 

zee ds (ihvoiiBv in iXaiaiV 

. Schol, ami Jiiiit. 11. jriiify" kk 
nQOziga iniotciiiivi,! K. TCOztQ av Tiortga tTinJxiroi A. Ilarl, Aid. .luul, 

I. 5To'i£(i av Jiottg' ^jTurreVio K. Ven. noztg' av utizlq huexa^ivm IJ. 
natsqa nQotsg' av iitiuzivto T, tiozsq' aga jrpoiep' iniezivia (llcrin. | 
Ttoziga jiQozrpa niQiBtivm [Dind. PriGf. p, LX.] Apit^. TtozfQa jrporfg' 
Imetivai Turn, llerni. Hurt. Sebn. Cgk. irdrfpa nqozegov iniazivm Diod. 
"Wimd. Nauek. Qu. niziqa Ttqixfqov iTCusrlva (or avaeziva) , or moTJea 
jiediEeor Kataerhio (or kwkk oi^fw). Scliol: Ttoire, qsT/ei, azivm, za 
Kaza zov 'HQa-xXia, ^ tk »orc« t^p Jij'iavsiQav. CI. (Ed, C. 1254. offiot, 
II Sfiff'dtoi Jtoiepn TafiautoiJ bkkk | repooS'Ei' tfaMeucio, jtniSas, jj za 
tovS' 6q£v — i i'Lcen. 1523. riv' iax^ea; | ziv' J^rl Jiqmzov ano l«t't«s 
<;ji(e(i(ryfiofaiv ajcorgjias ^kAi»; &c. El, 907. .^scli. Ag. 14S1, Kuv. Iph. 
T. 655. tzi yoLQ KftipiXoya diSviia ni/iovs fs/iv, ai Tiaqos r/ a' Avaazt- 
iTflti) ytloig. Arist. Nub. 934. aoztQog li^it nQOZsgos; 815. TioztQu 
(nozEff' av K. V.) Titrqavoias avzov tlaayaymv iXta; Ectl. ltJ82. jiozei/ag 
xQozigai (tvv vaziXaatrg aTinllay^i Horn. II. y', 299. OJinozeQOt jipo- 
legoi vnsg oQ'xia irjjfuj'j'StKv. Od. t'. 14. zi Tig^tov, ti d' ijcitza, zi 
<y' vOzaziov xKioisgoj; | K^'ds' Jjcti fiot jtoil« ddoKi'' fl'joi Ooe«»''0"'Es. 

II. e', 703. Smeziva is the subjunctive of tieliberiition. 

048. nozsga teJib jrEgntrspo) t!ie mss. vulg. Tiozeg' uQyalia — (I'roin 
stliol.) Wak. jcoziQa iiilea — Muagr. Wimd. (v. Emend, p. 123 f.) Dind. Nek, 
xotEQ oXoa — (from Behol ) Henn Hurt Sclin Qu hotbq B);fffi — 
Oc jznztQit 6i] — ; Or ttozcq i^a — , Sdiol itota xaXejcetziga -aki TtSffUi 
rigia Suvozjizog; Sienazalrjitztt iaziv, iaop-eyi^T) ovza After ntgaizigio 
I Iiave put with Wundur a, note of jntfiriogfttion Aud bo tlio fechol 
In most editions (AW luin Ur Hoim Dind Halt fechn Bgk Nek) n 
ijomma is marked. An interiogation is markol in All itter siiHiiej'oj 

940. Sveiigiz' — 1 Si, ton '/s dif/icalt to >e decided (to deciie) 
Plat Hipp 370. -^yovii'vos — dveiigizov OTiotcgoi, vp.fii'iov nij Acibt 
R111 ii3t vij Tov Jla xov cazrjga liva%Qtx<a$ y S%io 

950 -caSs U.SV anl zadf S (ta di Ven) the mss Dind Wiiud NUt 
za ucv in I za df Uerm Hurt bCbn Ilorgk Bj ztc jtiv is meant tie 
leatli ot Deianini, by ta 6i that of Heimles '■tliol za jiii v-cfzi 
zrjv Jt^iavtigai atzaig o^foii' j|eoii. ^ftagsiv v roi oikh ti Af zc 
zov HQttxlta f'xdEX°l''f^a 

Soiioig] Aonoioi Burgk 

951 zade 3!^ A B K L \ulg za Si Vun, llerm. &c. 

,y Google 


xoiva d' i%siv tt xal [itXlui'. 

si& uvBjiosGGtc rig 

yiviiir IxovQOs iotiatig avQa, 

liiXlofitv tlie mas. naA Seliol. pslofuji' Horm, Ilart. M;ittli. :»l Eur. 
Orest. 1175. |uero(ifi' Erf. Apil.z. Wiinil. Dind. Sclin. Ncfc. Scliol: hSt- 
%6(ie9B. Idem; ta fiiv f];0(ifj', to: Si ftiXlOfifv S^siv. Cf, Ant. 1278 f. 
Isncr. p, C8D. toij'n(ioui' la fiil" Ipt, to St tttXlsi, Toiq S' int^ovltvlt. 
p. 213. rus lliv iTTOQ&ovv, rat 8 fiicUov, Pint. Artiix. 30. Mwi t« flfp 
litXltiv, TQ S' oaov ouTTfli TtQaBOfiv §aaiXfa Xiyovtfs ~^. Qii. xaSt S 
fjofisv Iv llsietv. Cf. Ant. 897. Mcpr' h llniaiv ipfqira &e. 

in' lim^oir] I. c. ilni^ovzi?. 'In expertnCion.' So tnl tjFo'yO"'' 
Ant. 759. See Wnnd. Emend. |). 127 f. 

sljiietv A. K. L. T. Ilnrl. tXniei Ji. 'EAjris, like 'spe.*' in 'L:\ih\, 
uflen means 'appreh^nidon, atilicipniioii.' Cf. III. kkkkii tiTri'JouCffp aiaav. 
Aj". 006. Enr. Ipli. A. 788. Hoc. G74. Or. 840. Virg. -^ii. I. 5t7. IV. 419. 
Ipli. A. 78G. 

953. Koiva S' — ] Sehol: teov Si iett to i'xtiv nana xai to jcqog- 
dovSv. With iiiXXfiv supply t^iiv from fjsni. Similiirly Eiiv. Ale 53l>. 
Tf9vtix' 6 fifHem, Kovxii' ftr*' o nar&ai'ojJ', Orest. 1180. ity', ihg ro 
^fllj-ii' ffytfff' fuel riv' ^io^jji'. 

koivqJ 'Mike, the unme.' I. q. r«a. Supply ^att. 

a'] t' (om. Tt) Hnrl. 

953f. *i5'' — . Musgfnvo coinpjtros similiu- jiassages, jEseh. Supj)!. 
780, Enr. Hipp. 7.39. Ion. 809. Horn. Od. v'. 0,^. Cf. on Aj. 1192, 

953. ave/ioiaaa — avQci\ I. o. eitXln. U. J'. 345. Od. v'. GS. 
dvsnomant A. B, K. L. Aid. rivtfioieaa T. 

954. Snov^osi Sehol: oupiog. ' Fnvournble , rarrying rnpiil/ff.'' Else- 
wliere tTtoupos means 'carried with a fair wimi,' as in Clem. Alex. Psed. 
1.7. la aXrfisCag nvevtiazt IxovQog ag9u'g. Tlencc ^^roupi'jEij', inov^ovv 
'to liaee a fair wind.' Ei-fnrdt wrongly eovrects anov^og (coll. (Ed. R. 
194.). Cf. 816. owpos o^A'Cflfltof l/twr | avz^ jifvoir' ajcta&sv sqtiovotj 
TiaXos- Horn. II. £'■ 345. <oe ft" oqitX ij^urr t^, oti iii jiqSitoii tfxf 
fl'^ICi I oi'xnJ^cti 7lgo(ptQovoci xanti avejiom S"0(Xla \ Fig o^o; &e. Od. 
v'. C-23. 

sOTitoies the niss. vulg. Sehol; EOiimns, KKiomi'dios . 6 3i voSs' 
fl^e, Mg corjjMc, Tii'tjJffftti' cvffioe ov^iog Inl z^g otv-tas, Tva fit Xa- 

Htl TCKqaxgiifta cinod'avca, 9iaaaiie*ti ibv HQaiilfa va«as StctK^ifitvov. 
Touio Sf ifysi, (OS flit Mffpieportro: Idfiv tag evjupoQag. Erf: 'a domo 
surgens.' So also Wiuid. Musgrave; 'venlus e terra! simi editus.' (!) Br; 
noslri* adsptrant CKdibuK. Ilerni- domestiea inipio hoe toco exorla Wnndor 
connects yhotto sOTtcSr s e Ijt rijs tat ag) la (Ed R 32 i|;o;ij<t& 
Irpiettoi. The common e\plan I on rwl fromt/elo s s bs ri Per 
haps ttsTiirig, i. q. jiXrja et og ji the ^at Co p e the forn bo) 
fiartTig (.Xscti. Ag. 941 iaixaz t v az av) I snsp ct 1 o ve c tl c 
trne reading is 'Eoritli g (poet o cont acted torn foi Ecr a wx g) or 
'itixiSizig, i. e. ^bltminj n e d reel on of H tna o Hitaoivt 
Ilialiieotis, the chief tow of wl lel v a H st -eo w ? a dist c to the 
North of Eubojii, oppos to to tl e o th of the Mai gnJi (t Strab X 


:^uG EO'POK/imri: 

[lii tagfialfa ifdvoifii 
liovvov alGidovo' aipaQ ' 

1. 3. Piiiis. VII. 4. y.)i iiJid a win.l bloiving in fliis .liruol.inii from Tr«phi« 
wonld by the shortest h.ii(I moat divuc:t ooiirsu titkf n vessel down tliL* 
straits of Eiibcca,, the ordijuirj- clinnnel for navigation, into the open sou. 
So 'Ellijmcftt'i^ije uBtfiOfi I'a wind lilowma from the Hellespont') Ilerod. 
VII. 188, STQv^ovlijf VIII. 118, 'Olvfiaiag, 0oivniias, Ogotviag. In like 
miinncr nisu the niml blowing from the Japy^nii pronioutoiy is called 
bj Horaee 'Japi/a:' (Od. I. 3. 4.). So raMtaviSss aoqai ' brertes blowing from 
the orean' Find. 01. II. 78. Cf. Horn. II. f. 637. of &' Ev^otav fjov 
— XaXxiSa t ElgirQiav ri nolvatiirfoXov #' 'latlatav (prononnced iis 
(t trisyllable). 8tc|>li. Uyn: 'EatCaia, nolig Ev^olag. 'Oftrigoi [II. P'. 
537) "TcolvGTaifvXov &' 'Eortaioi'." o Jcoit'rjjs 'EoiiBl(at>ie [khI &)]io- 
Kms 'Eauatinig] ^ ©firffliii^ fiorpR. Id: 'Imiaia, — ij dJ ^i« toO i 
'lavtuii fQaipri hzi. An regiirda the luiginnl forjn 'Eatiinig or 'leumrig, 
we inHj well suppose it formed from the primitive form iaiia (leria), jnst 
aA 'EaiiKimTis or 'lartatmzis is formed from tlio elongated form taziaio 
i«Tiaia (eompnro sriiJjj Tcvlaia). Compare also ^^imrig, formed frniii 
^>9ia. Long after I had ivrittcn the above, I fimnd tlint lieiske had 
proposed a very similar correetioii 'Eeriaiionjg 'all HeUln-n (F.ul.mi- 
promoaloiio) spiralis, i. e. Earns.' 

oSqu T. Sol]. Ilerm. &c. avQa A. Ji. K. L. Aid. A common error. 
See Pors. iid Ilec. 448, 

955. i]Tig It' axoiKinfiiv] 'To ttarry me nivai/, to remooe me.' Cf. 
(Ed, C. 1390. naAia to TaQtagov — f(iF^o;, ros c' tbrom^aj). For tliu 
optative cf. Aj, 1224. yevoipav — Iva TTQoaiiaatiiev — . <Ed. li. 1518. 
yjjg a OTCag nlfii^ttg attoiiiov. For ijus I read axtg. 

ix lanvtv vulg. fKioKO* Liv. a. corr. Qu. iyLZOTctov (aa in (Ed. R. 
1340.), or rather ijurodior {wllicli would correspond more closely with v. 
ant. 904.). Cf. Ant. 1324. ayszi ji' hnoSmi. l;^39. Aj, 1000. Arist. Tliesm. 
GG4. tt IIS Iv To'jiois (f- ^JTOJcios) tSgaiog SHog av XilijS-tv mv. Iler- 
werden also (on (Ed, U. 1340.), I find, proposes ivnoSdv. Dindorf would 
read in zonwv also in (Ed. R. 1340. 

950. dioq Uie ms8. T. Seliit. (who reads in v. ant. 905. tik 6\ q/ogfi 
viv with Herm.) Bgk. Zx/vog Tricl. Turn. Herm. Uind. Nek, 'These two 
nouns are often interdianged by the copyists. Cf. on Ant. 1149. El. 1097. 
Pors. «d Orest. 1700. Below 1108. o tov hot' aazQa Zijvoe avdT]9t)e )'dvos, 
Nanck reads Jiov, coll. Enr. Or. 1684. Cf. on v. ant. 9G6. 

967. oJitag — fiij laePcflfa &avoiiii} ' That I mi/jlit not ilie from fear.' 
So, as Wnnder observes, kii.%avttv yiXmu (Horn. Od. «'. 100), q>6jia> 
uxolXna&ai (Xen. Cyr. VI. 1. 2.), Siu tt^vuvat, &c. Compare also thu 
use of »avazog (Ed. C. 529. Aj. 215. 

958. itovvor eleidova vulg. 'Hauins only looked on Mm (from l/if 
mere niglU of }t«) B t tl e Schol., who interprets KBnaifi Siaxfi^fvov, 
probably n-al s n eth i g d fferent. Wunder therefore with reason suspects 
jLovvov (t. En ei 1 \ 132 1). The conjectures ^avQov, fiafof, iiiit<^ov 
(Nnuck), ilujioj 1 leen snggested. Qu. vfnt/uv . Then, as to 



XG^QBiv Oips Siv^o Kt'yovGiv 

aVTtfftQOipjj ji. 
ayxov 5' Kptt xtyv (laxqav 

aipag, tlm Scliol. riglitly connucts it witli &iivoi(ii: owtoe l^V taguxQ^ita 
awodtttm, &taaautvij lov 'Hgaxlea Kaxms Staiti^ciievov. Wnnder con- 
strues sieidovs aq)aQ ' immedialely upon bekoldiny Mm,' as sv^'vg is joiiicil 
witli [iiirtieiplCB. Silvern wonld read ^uvovxa — ilelSain , 

969. Inst if — J Scliol: Xiyovol n «c(ifiEyE#ts iiaKov nl^jet'oi' nov 
Tqe ol-Kiae Z6>estv, Svaiazovq vSvvae ruitv iipek«6iiivov. Who woulil 
seem to have reail ^Tti yep — oSvvaig, iis in El. 108, ^iri xioitvriu. Aiit, 
769. inl tpoyoiei. C(. 985. below, Qu. — oqi' oWvoij. 

SvavnaXlantoiq] 'Hard to get rirl off' Plat. Tbcret, 19rj G, Tim. 85 H. 
Arist. Categ. 8, 18. 4. A, 7, 10. 6. 

960. 71^0 Soniai' A. E, L. Scliol. AM. A|iitx. Dart. Dind. ngoSoitaiv L, 
(ace. to Cobet). wgo Siojiiav li. agds do/imv IS. rgos So/iov V. Heittli, 
Br. Sch, jrpos Mjuor T. jtpo #m(io (innrg-, Bopov) Turn, jioti Sto/ia Erf. 
npo^o(i,ov Herm. Sclm. TCQoSoitta (coll. Hesj'ch: npo^ofira , n^odTuSi, 
wpoOTOlM) conj, licrgk. dojiovSi (as niSovSi, 78(i. aarv6i, &c.) Wiind. 
Dind. II. Schol: Ijyouo^ ii Tcaftjilye&fs vanhv nXtieCov nov ifls oIk/us 
XaiQeiv. Qu, ^o/to* (tfofions) oips. Or dsijpo. Or viv SiSe. Or aqsE dojiove. 
Or tlrns: xaettv itpo Saiiav fftpe ieyavaiv and in v. 969, i^ j;p^ t«9jis- 
(uia VI* i) mkO'' — , For IJyoucn" also perhaps aqii ipatfiv. Cf. on v, ant. 909, 

liyovetv} Ifyova' conj. Haiiek. Cf. 805 f, 

961. aa^erov zi ^avita] 1 wonld read auxiziv rt ^f'fffia (|>ronoimecd 
liy Bynizesia ©a/ta), or aOTidov 9iapci, 'an ititleKcriliiihle apeclacle.' Ilcr- 
werden, I find, proposcB affirFrov &stt(ia, coll. ffiJ. K. 1295. Aj, 992. 
Prom. 69, 304. OreBt. 950. Med. 1107. Hipp. 1217. Tro. 1167, Sehoh tt 
Ttaniiiyt^fg «(iijio»i. G1. T; (teya hhJ kwiotov. Nanck stispeets &avin>!. 

962 f. Tlie Chorus jierpeive the approach of i lie Buffering hero, folloiveil 
by a train of attendants. 

962. Hjijou 6' apo; — ] 'Itul natir, it would seem, and nol (iis 1 niiii- 
poscd) at a dislnnee teaa J moiirning for him,' I, e. the object I was be- 
wailing was, it would seem, near at hand. Hormnnn and Wnnder with ay- 
Xov supply ovza, coll. Phil, 20. rovgyov ov fiaxgoJ' liyns. We must 
in fact supply either ovza (avtov) or ovacc {(yra). Qu. ayjov ftp uqcc 
— TCQovKXatov, Witli ayxov — kov iiangav cf. El. 1049. ttat,ai kov veta- 
atC. (Ed. K. 68. 1230. (Ed. C. 397. Aj. 113. 

963. Cf. 104. El. 1076. OTevaxove oxotg a navSvqxog ctr^Siov. 
XQOvitlatov the niss. Ilerm, hlaiov T. TtQavitlirov Dind, Nauck. TtpoS- 

ulaiev conj. Wah, ngoHlaiov Erf. TCQOitlaov Herw. Translate; '/ 
was l/imentinfi in anlicipiilion.' Eur. Ale. 620, a, /itj xgoKkai' Shoitiv, ttg totf ' 
avafiaXov. Herod, v. 8. xgoKXavnavrtg (zov vfxQOv). Tlic Schol. wrongly 
takes npouiil.atoi'l'or ajdurftl; avtl tov TcgoitXalovaiv. Perhaps reou'jtiaioi'. 
o^vtptavos] J. y. Xlyvtpetvos- Horn. II. t'. 350, Sojcti — liyvqii6vB>, 
Dionys. Perieg. 529. fvt' iv oQtaaiv \ ay^gmniav anavtv^f jtvd iiyji- 
qouroE (rulg, Xiyvrp9oyyi>s< corr, Wakef.) aiiSior, 


nalas fUQii viv x'^S qx'Xuv 'M'> 

nQOXrjSoiiiva jiaQtiav 

Kjjflfoi' T. Turn. Dimi. ftijdii- lli-oi A. IJ. K. L. iraiJ. (i.iii. gf'j-rai' ?J 

904—0. Wiinilov (EmcnJ. ji. 130 f.) i-oiisiJcrs tliost lines eoiTupt. Tliu 
sense, as lie roiimrks, ;ij)pci\rs to be Hiis: 'ecce enim peregrbmram tiirlut 
Herculevi hue apporlat, iil pro omico solUdlii, lento gressu absque tlrepitii 

^ivav — Pacts] 'For, lo! here is the slrange trend of foreigners' 
Sehol: olov, ^aSiaif ^ivetv avSpiov ieii xci [^|?] aXlov Jtijj&oue ortieij] 
MI*. Poetically eitpressBil tor ^ivoi yag oTSt zivig i^o/itlot ^mCvovai. Tlie ab- 
stract for tlie eonctel*, hs in (Ed. C. 1070. ncioa S' oQiiatai nriXmv Sfi- 
pKfliS C^ii^ry liorseaan).' Mnsgr; 'yressus peregrlnorum HeTaileat ex more 
stipantiiaa.' (Wlio adiliiees instances of igojiiJl«> 'to converee wil/i.') 
Vtmv. explalna ! ' xegregaCus a ttirba (supposing a certain nnmbcr in advanee 
uf tlie rest to be carrying Ilercnles, to avoid tlie noise of the crowd).' Cf. 
Eur. ITee. 1070. a a, aCya, alya . Mpimtcri' j §aeiv ala&avo^cti rdvSt 
yvvamav. 'Tread, step.' Tint is ^detg correct? If bo, wc have (§ixeii) 
q>iQSi pdaiv 9G7. See Scidl. ad Eur. El. 582. Perhaps we should read: 
^ivmv yaQ ijS' ofiilia us ?|s30oe- Or, ^{voiv yap iyyvg ieztv ^S' ifii- 
lia. Or ^ivsiv ydg la9' ofiilos ode rig f^sSpog. Or ^ivmu yap t^fSpos 
Tig -qJ' ofitii'a. (Cr. 872. -^jiioy yi vaos xotvonlovv ojiiliav. jEsch. 
Suppl, 355. oQBi — ouiXor tovS' ayaviav &c&v.) Or — ijSe evataeis. 
Or |s'nj l^vow yag iyyvs (or leiiv) rjS' oiitXi'a. Iljirt; — ttv6[itXoq Ti6b 
pdeis onaSsiv Srj q>OQft -yiv. Meineke coiy: ^cvij ^ivntv yap ii%tv ijffs 

l^o/iiXog] 'Foreij/n, strmiije.' Schiil. alt: a^&jg. Dinrl: Hasnctii.' 
Compare the epithet i^fSgog, Pr. 578. ti's ogvig outoj i^iOgov ^agav 
iXtav; I donbt however with Naiiek whether iSojiiXog is coi'rect. It is 
probably a corruption of se&' ofiUog. Sehol; R&Qoiena ^hiav dvSQav. 

^Si itg] Perhaps SjS' iyyvg. Or aS' iyyvg. 

9CS. :ra S' av A. B. K. L. ITarl. AM. Wund. Dind. irns 6' av T. 
Tnrn. tc& Sh Herm. Wund. Mattli. Sehn. jra «al Mein. (coll. Sehol.) IIciw. 
A. C. p. 22, Qu. za:S' av, or jt^Iks, or agSijv. Or raSf, Jbm«, dfSpo, 
or xtQ"^- Cf. on v. str. 956. 

tpoQiil tpgovti Ilarl. For ins if(Xov I read lag fCXov. 

966. jreoKJi^on^faA, Ilarl. Aid. Herm. Dind.&c. ngoayiriSoitivav T. Turn. 
jreoKJjSofifvai' B. K. L. V, Sehol. Reisk. Heath. Wak. Junt. II. Sehol: 
IBB yap vTcig qiHav n^Sofitviiv o-^oipov ipfQSi ti^v ^deiv. Whence Her- 
mann conj ! jTtts di <pQovti: viv IBS ipiXov ngoKTiSojiSvav ^gaSsiav atfin- 
ipov ipsgetv ^liaiv. Translate; 'earing os if for a friend.' 

^UQitav] ' Henvy, slo«i.' Musgr: 'lenltim inrexsam.' Dind: graoem, i. e. 
tardum. Herm: 'mmiilum.' In like manner Mouqiog often means 'ngtle, 
qidek.' as in Ant. 224. itovifov {^dgas noSa. Qu. ^QaSsiav, 'xIok, mea- 
sured: Cf. on (Ed. C. 875. Hartniig reads ^gaSeiav d' —. But if. v. 
str. 957. 

967. ^daiv\ 'Step, tread: The subject of <pigsi (Jaoiv, ;.s the text now 
stands, is §^etg. But this seems very forced and unnatnral. Cf. on 964. 



uiiii, od' ttVUvSatw^ qiaffttai. 
rC iQit , &av6iita viv , i^ xa&' 
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W d B gk N k * B 

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den U H V I -li qjS' fijj jcifS" (i 

So (Ell. E. 962. voeoig — Itp^ito. As tlie reading itnd the metre of t.liP 
i^iir responding verse 9G1 ia somewhat uncertain, it, is dtfSenlt to dclerinine 
the true reading liere. Heatli: rt tfq ZQ'I ^itvovrci vtv — ; Erf: zi jpij 
fit ^avavra viv — ; Nauek eonj: xi x^it v.u^' vnvov viv avi' \ ij &a- 
vavTu K^ivat; (jhmI in 960. j^agelv vqo S6p,mv Icyooa' \ amtitav ii 
&av^a). Perliiips ii j;pi], vfnqov sivtov ^ »«&' — ; Or tt %Q^ atpf 
iff^vipiOT 11 »a& — ; Or rt X9'h 'ti^'viioTa viv t] xa& — ; Qavovrtv 
is probably » gloaa on qi^ijievov. But tlie simplest correction is perhaps tlutl 
of ITennann, which bad also occurred ti> myself. If ^avazov bo riglit, wf 
iiinfit unileratand ttata, from xa&' vitvov. Cf, Ant. 920. ^avovzav (&a- 
vdtav A.). But the exprcesioD »ara 9avaiov etvai 'to be dead' is an 
nnlieard one and soiinda strange. 

Ka9' vayov] xa^vTCvov 'Iteisko ad Const. Porphyr. n. 528. Dobr. 
Both. Meitt, Herw. Scyf. ad Phil. 30. Perhaps rightly. KaS'VTcvos 'fust 
nsleep' occurs in Parnienon. ap. Athen. p. 221 B. Arist. Probl, III, 34. 2„ 
XK&VTivriq Nicund. Alex. 434., *a&'6jtvioq (Enoni. ap, Euacb. P. E. b. 
va^vjcvovv IIei™l. III. 69. VII. 12, 16. Xcii. Mem. II. 1. 30., na^vnvaetg 
Arist, Probl. XI. 17. 2. But cf. Pliil. 30. ««*' vmiov — naravXie^ei's- 
Wt- liave Ji treatise of Aristotle eolled nigi rqs xa&' vnvov fiavrmrj^. 

(171. a/ioi A. B. K. Ilnrm. mifioi- L. oi>o, Dind. 



aiya , rixvov , ft^ KtviJOjjs 

uy^lmi odvvrjv JtutQoq (Ofioip^ovos ' fl75 

£W J'^'P srpowETiJf. alX' t0xB 6kxidv 

lyia eov A. K. L. T. Aid. lya aol B. iyij ooS Br. Wuna. Din.l. 
Herm. Hait. Sehn. Nek. ^ya del. Weckl. Dinilorf conj: oijioi lyoi coi', 
JicETtg, ta (i^Zios. I i^ ita&ai — ; As Hartung: Imd odited. Hergk: iSfioi 
lyoi aov, I 01 nartQ, rafiot eyoi uou fi^ilfog. | it ■na&ca — ; Qh. offiot ^ym, 
■adtH), offtoi ^yai ooti. [ lo (liltog, li na^at — ; Cf. (Ed. C. 21G. lofioi 
tyiOj T^ tobO'oj, ■ciKj'Oi', tSfioi. Eur. Hec. G12. Horn. Od. *'. 465. el jioi 
syio, zi ita^a; zC vv fioi fi^Kiota yivijzat-, Tlieoer. IIL 24. m poi tya, 

972. aiiiot L. m jioi T Ig o fio D nd 

lya aov A. B. K. T. ,yo) c B Jl D 1 A, 

973. zi 3t«&w;] On tlii f 1 ^a» r^ & t k 1 \iit<,i,. XTI. 
IG. Hemst. ad Liicmn. III. 3^1 B j V I k ad PI mn p H Tin- n-uid^ 
Bcem to mean originally, ' /aC a/wuld lb la ! 11 I vtirkrgo?'' 
But I liai-e never yel. seen j qn te satiaf t y expl n. t m uf this 
fiunilkr pLrase. Cf. on (Ed C "IG (o/io yto na^a —; MscV. 
Pers, 909. tC Tcad'to zltj/iiav En ppl 9 j g na&a; Pliarii. 
909, ITec. 618. Arist. PI. 003 Nnl ?98 

It dl fujoofiai;] 'W/i I tl I n v "5 11 jjrairo/iKi, 

oirwg amS-eiJis; Odyas, J,'. 474 te fi "^o ^ ^p al jir/eiai fpyof; 

Eur, Hipp. 692. xi aoi injaof a It sc tl t Hyll f n tbe posttire 
lie was in, tlionght Ills fiithe s d ad aa w may nf f n the question 
ho puts 977. wi»s Vtjs, ye^ov ij £j F tie Inng f d cf. Aj. 404. 
KOt Tig ovy tpvyp; voi fioltav ji *a) (fi ina?), .^s 1. Sejit 1060 xi Tta&m; 
T( Sh ffpw; li' Si ii^atojiai ; Stippl. 774. t{ Jtucoiiteba; not ipvymiiev 
Aniasi Enr. Ion. 75S. cfnojftfv i) aiycofisv; f^ zi Sgdeoniv; Comjiiiri' 
also Pliil. 1404. alziav S\ mof 'A%aimv gjJiJIafict (qasu^iofiai. L.); Eur. 
Her. 439. ^fiti' S' ovv. Sxia rf jeijeo/iai. Hipp. lOGG. -jcoi *^*' o zl^fiav 
z^sTpo^ai; Possibly liovrever iitjaojiai nmy be Vier^ put for jiijiiioiiBi , ac- 
cording to Epic usage (e. g. Horn. Od y'. 22. MSvtoiq, TtSig x ag' tm, 
x&s t' uq JE^otwnilofiat ctvzav; Od. 3'. 412. ItcIjv — Ttfiiiraaeszai , as 
pt^ofitv for psgoififp (Ed. C. 1725. (wlitre si'c note). Seidlur du V. 1). 
p. 194. would put offiot extra version 

0(>oi A. T. Dind. Ncfc. iSjioi B. Wnnd. um K. mijiot L. a fioi Al.l. 
Br. (5 Jiot fioi Erf, 

974. TiiB Ttgia^vs wlio liare speaks, is |)ruliaUy tliu mu^t a'ivaiK^eiJ \\i 
age, and conseqnently the most St to l>e the spokesman, of tlir.-,e tvliu liail 
nccouipanied the hero froiu Eubcea, Cf. (Ed. 1{ 0, 

aCya the mes. vulg. alya \ nlya lleriu. Hart. I>gk. 

Jii*i(5)/S Hie iiisg. xivijcas (a double dot over () T. (Jii, ov (i^ v.ivijoti'i 

975. lofidippoi'Os] Schol: i« iw* otfuptSi' /jyettijitPou. (Cf. Pliil, 1321. 
ail *' ■liygCiaaai, &c.) Cf. Aj. 931. Ph. 1<J+. fio iBfuiStijios Aj. SS.',, Ant, 
471. (ofidr ^1 mnov nerQOg. Af, 548. 

976. £^| Sff Wakef. Krf, ' 

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jieoiTfTijs] ' Pi oslinte. drotipiHfi m if dead.^ l,i{. ti pop ton iig. Miisgr: ';» 
morleiu vergens.' Wuiider; 'uioiV enim, quamvis prosCralus in lectu jurr/it,' 
fichol : sig xov S'dvarov n^ovevsvxios " ij TcagiiaivOB , elf t'i}v y^r Tieciav, 
g ial ngoacaTcov viip.fvog, ?j ««!, fiofov xstjievos. Cf. 701. totovSs xitrai 
TtpoKiris ('runmng mvay, svreaHny'), Eur. Ale. 143. ^tfij mgoi'OHujg ^oti {Iq 
10 '9'0'i'Sfii) Ktt! T^Kjioe^ayEr. 909. itoXiag ml %ixlxaq ij5)j Jrpojrli^s toj'. 
931, ^tfi; ireoiTsi^s rav ptorov te itgooai. Hippocr, proenot. tl Ss M«i 
Tc^oiTfr^S yivoiTO mqI Haia(>^f'oi unu r^; xlt'vtjg lirl nod«$, Stivotsqov 
taxiv. Compare the pompounda 5iE(iiJi£iqff , tfwojisr^s, sjijcstjje. 

aJlil riFjf daxtav irtajiK oov] '^ul ruw;)i'e«s 1% iiioul/i and restrain 
thg ipeech.' Cf. on Ariat. Ran. 43. ovtiit fta r^v jil'q^rj-CQa Svvap,ai (i^ 
yfla*- ] M«l ;i^v daBJiai y' l^avtov all' oiitaq ysla. Nub, 1369. o(ii»s 
*i 101' ^vfniiv Sayimv fqjijr &c. Vesp. 1078. un' opj'qs rijv j;jiiJi'(jr 
la&iiov. 778. Lys. 089. ,^sch. Prom. 1045. Saitmv di otoftiov wg vtv- 
tvyrjs TioiJos. Eur. Here. 1244. foi* eic'fic. Sopb. Pr. 777. oSovn Tipii 
ro ordfiK. Tiieodeetes ap. Stoh. lie Ker. Hjit. c. XI. ali.', m takav @v- 
feta, vagTiefi Saxvtav \ o^y^fi xalii-ov. Trrt. Fr. VII. 32. xstlog oSovei 
Sa^av. Eiibnl. Mein. III. 230. SoKvtav ta zMri. Apoll. Rh. III. 1170. 
ISitg rial' ttitBjisii&s dav-iiv ^oXov. Oppiftii. Cyn. IV. 138. &vji.ov oSa^ 
itQiovtfg. Luciiin. CJil. fee. 24. ivSa-novxtt to xfllog vjtozQfipnv rijv 

977, yEQov A. K. Aid. Br. recu, yiomv L. w yseoc B. T. Turu. 
yigov . Tl £h;] ij Jij yaj; [better jj ya^ J;^;] coiy, Mein. Cf. v. atr. 

978, ov fiii *|Eyjpti's] 'Will you not avoid awaking?' Lit. 'wiil you 
not not awakel' The Romans would have suid, 'A'ofi exi^iture.'' V. Ehiial. 
ad Med. 1120. Matth. Gr. §. G09, 2. Cf. (Ed, R, GS, max ovx vxvio y tZ 
Sovxa (hSoVTixT) (»* l^eyilgtxi. 

(Ill '^sye^tie Dawes. Musgr. Br, fe. _u^ 'Isy^'eHS *• ^- '^' '^' Aid. 
(Uj^sy^t'eEis (aiipr. r/i a m, pr,) L. 

Kciioxov] 'JSouad.' I. i|. ■ncicti'io^nvov. Cf, Eiir, Here. lU-l,!, ov Gtyu 
Oiya Toi' mrvoi naqintivov iiiatr i-xXcc&^o&m uttxc&iii Cycl, Q91, m d" 

979, )ni)i)tii')]'o£(s mJiiBOciJoste L. and so conj, Dawea. Br, &c. kkk 
Kii'ijni/S MHVHOiijoj/s A. B. K. T, Aid. Qa. jiijff' dvaxivijosig TtaXiv ttv 
aig (ur fvSovcav, 1242,). Cf. 1259. ays vvv, 7it)lv t^vS' dvanivnaai \ voaor . 
Or ov (in — MHroj^ov; I taxa (or ij) yliv:^Gets itavaax^afig — . 

jtawivifeiii] Cf. 1242. op yaq u BJitwac^ivzog fxtiivfig aaxov. 

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rpoixdSa diwijv 
voaof, a Tt'xvoi 




a Zsv , 

Troi" yag ijxa ; TtuQcc tol6i (ifiorav 

980. tfOiTBtSa — vSaov^ Sriiol: tijr iiavimSri. Ant. 819. ip»iydaiv — 
aioGBig. Aj. ri9. jiaviaaiv voaoig. -Ssdi. Ag. 1244. xctXovfitrri Si ipoiTiis 
— rivrexofiijv. Sept. fi43, GUI' (poitu qigsi'ffli'. From. 601. x^i'ovea xir- 
i^oiai (foitalloiai. 

981. akl' fjti' fioi fifi^u ^apos nJiisroi' litfititovi ip^ijv the mss. Si'hul ; 
«li' iv&ovBiii fioi TO) fislfoi ^ ip@^»i Sia 10 OJilsroi' pojos. W'liiiJer 
considers the sense of these viiiiis to be: ^agv xnl utiIstov fiivoi [oQ/iiiv) 
sfifi^fiOPfp ^ VS'U^t '"' W"'"' *' intolerando rum impetii iidBei'siis me mi- 
sgrim animus exaextuat.'' Sulineid, construes: ^ ipQ-^v fioi fiilfot lnjii- 
liovfv Ixi pagos aTcltiov. Vaiiv. stops thus: alX' ^tti jtoi t^eleai \ pa'gos 
airlftov iniiiiiovt ^q^v. I think, rightly. IJnderstainl lati, or write' 
all' &( — . Or perliHps ilia zi — . The words i-ni (toi ntliip opcnr 
iigiiin 995. I suspect tliei* is some error here. 

ini A. L. T. Aid. EJif! B. K. Qii. alkd ti - -. Cf. Aj. 208. 

982. injtsiiovf ipei]v A. B. K. L. T. Aid. Wnnd. Berglt. {fijifiiovef 
tppijii Erf. Herra. Diud. Kck. Ifijittfiov' -^ tpQ^vSvhn. Cf. Iliad. «'. 436. St^&a 
Si iioi VL^aSlri itiiiovi qjpEOiV. Eur. Tpli. T. 656. ?t( yoQ ay,tpiXoya SiSvpu 
liijiovE qopj)*. Ipli. A. 1470. Zva rs Sogata ptfiovF Safa. Hesj'rli: iiijiovf. 
&iXei, opftK. Lilt. '/I'slual.' 

983. a Zeu — I Hercules says this on awaking, wondering uhpr<> 
he is. 

984. TOiai for ziei, aa la for ii'vi. in Ionic Givek rfO(e(.M;it(l.. g. 
152. n. 1. So oiots 1119. Naurk snspects lofci, 

985. ni-xovriiiivoi] 'Tortured.' Qii. aiJifSiji^evog (I'f. lllfiT. aippHCrco 
i^tfs ];eipia&*(g ■neS'ij). Bnt cf. Thnc. II. 51. lov 'tiovooiisvov uht/Jocto. 
11. *'. 374, (OS fatsav, o? jhj' iSovto noveviievov. «'. 71*. (FA. R. 085. 
Af. 1310. and on 103. above. 

aXlq^zoie A. K. I.. Harl. aliJMmg It._T._ Gf. Apoll. Hh. HI. 8(t4. 
aHijKtov, The reduplicuti un of tlie liquid in aXl^iiroig is worthy of notici^. 
Cf. Honi. li. 9, 636. aXXijKtov ic kokdv le \ ^ufioV. 11, 12. aXXnvrov 
jtolFfitg^ftf* ijSi na%ie&ai. 9, 632. Od. 12, 325. ji^kk Sh Tiavi aXXij- 
jtros art Notos. So ive find ujtoXlTj^fcav IToni?Od. ft'. 224. nXaxiv 
Theocr. XXV. 271. tfulOfinuSiiq 11. 3, 424. In like miinnpr we lind the 
sy1la1>le before the liqn id lengthened in'O.lvftiios, yivvoKtfiaXoq l-'Vrist, Kii 
417.), averai (11. h'. 251.), twrttveviav {Od, ('. 490,), O'xaqivoi i}\. if'. 
346.), &e. Cf, on Aj, 210. Qn. atfQaetoig. Or thus: MtiTjiat wAtW Sva- 
ccTiaXXaitToig (969.). Or xtijiHt SvaaitaXXaKTOiq aXy&v — . Or utCin/i 
SvoanaXX^.-KTOts oSuftrii; ( jifJianjuf'j'Os ; — . 



ndiivfiig; o('((0( ^01 iyco rifiiiai'' 
tin ' av (Ufipn Pqvxbi. qoeiT. 


nil yuQ fxa ;rws uv 
i)Z£(f£,nifii:^xrixov rod'e livBGav. 

086. otfuVms wS'; o('(ioi fV" rlaiiav Bgk. odtii-Bis WoDW — cooj. 
Hoiinsoeth. o^iii'cifi ■ <o(i(n. (lot sym iliifioii' Meic. 

oifioi A. K, L. rafioi B. T. of fiot jioi Br. Erf. Sch. llerm. Hart. 
wfioi p.01 MeJQ. Qu. offjirKie; offiot ipsv — . Qt oSvvaii taiaS ; o^'f^ol — . 
Or oSvvaiisiv', Ito (lot — . 

0S7. ^S' av fimpK ^gvnii] S(^ ^ vooos- _ Cf. 1010. Pliil. 758. ?Ktt 
yap cStij — . 787. jreoote"*! , JiQoasexetcti ro/t lyyvg. 

TiS' A. B. K. T, Aid. Apitz. ijS' L. ^ S' Br. Sch. Erf. Dind. Wund. 
Suhn. q a' Herm. Nek. 1 read SS\ Cf. 1092. cjiacfios — SS' av | disli 
nkev^ibv. 1031. idSs ft' «u ioipatat. 1010, Phil, 807. toe ^Ss fioi \ o^eia 
fpoi-ra kkI taxei uTiSftxtzai. 758. 783. 

PeuMft] ' Deuours , gnaiBS ,^ Sehol: ea&iai ft* i; I'dooj mkI npivli'cxEt. 
PhiJ. 745. a-noliaXa, rewvov, Pgwofiai. Vlrg, G. III. 458. 'm-lim depan- 
cilur iirida febrlt.' 

^ii bis Bened. 

988. l|n*JIE A. K. L. Aid. Ilerm. &c. sljji^ftfi B. T. Turn. Wund. 
Bgk. i^siSye Harl. ^|s*fjff*' Colwt. N. L. p. -215. Dind. Nels. Herw. 
sln^'] "' (aanne pi-mdite/iam <f-c.) Weckl., coll. 074 f. Cf. on Ant. 447. Ad- 
lirossed to Hyllus. 

9S9. aiyy kevS-hv] ' To cover (conceal) witli silence,' wliat yon miglil 
wiali to say. Tiio Siihol- explains gimply by eiamcey. Perhaps there is 
some error here. Qw, oty^n iaxuv. 

000. ^XnfiaQfov #'] Kttl ^IftpisQetv Heath, Br. Erf. 

001. ov yffip '^xBi — ] I. <{. ov y«^ aj^ra wrag ffrfp^M — . Cf. Aj. 428. 
ou9-' Snag iai Xiyuv \ fj;*). Subul; aSvvaims txa v,aQtfQfi'v i-nl zijU- 

6d-.>. azisiaifit xanov rodt Uaaoiov\ 'Brook (endure) the sig/il of 
I Ms il'.' 

cieQ^ai(it the mss. T. viilg. o»f|«i^t Valck. {ad Hipp. 874). Wak. 
Br. Elf. Sch. Keiiiig. Coiij, p. 16. Wrongly, Cf. on Phil. 538. aze^yiiv 
Kcixa. (Ed. C. 518. 

033—1000. Wunder [v. Emend, p. 138—47.) reads and arranges tliusr 
10 ~ ^(Ofitav, 1 ijv (igitOT* — 6 talag | ^ipilov oaaotg, | ttpwi' oFtov o?n»i 
fjit fioi I fitif^ — o Zeu, I or«r — oiKV. He ejects therefore the words 
to'*' tt«^l>itov /lavias avQ'oe KazaffiQx&fivai. 


i7i'/'0ft" ihorz 


oj Kiiv(df< XQijitlg lianar 

fi^tov, otRV iiv&' n'l'div fto/ 

fifAf'w %Kqiv lii'viiris, ta Zf rt . o:"ii' 

(ilttV ft' ftp' fi'>()W Xd^fiV, o'lHI' 

09J 0) Kqvaict XQijTcig (Jw.uropj A tumiii-.n cuiibtiui'liuii iii^i™! ul o> 
Kfivciliov Poijiav Kpfjiriff, as in Horiice ' Tyi-rlmiia reijaiii pTOfje'tii'i'.' Witli 
xpqnls ^laftiiv uf. Eur. Here. 035. Kfiqii ^wfiCav \ inti^^i kqiitiiS . ^i^liul: 
nfiijais 10 i'/Saaias wtQirpQaeriKms Si, avi'i xov, <a Krjvaiov, tieiirperai 
Si rto tonai, on ovk l^i alaioig tcvr^ yiyovf ra HfC 9-viiaT,K. Ileroiilc,'. 
expresses a wish tliat lie liaJ never aeen the Cciiifan prumuiihirj, wlicre 
at llie altar he lisd raise'I 1o Zeus, in order to uft'er up sacrilice fur liis 
late victory, lie had pnt uu the fatal luiiii;, wliltli Imti eiiuseii liiin sink 
rtreadfal agony. 

994. pwfMoi' I h^av, oFav (vvv ad.I. Triel.) avO-' oi^mv \ &v!tato>v 'mi 
fiat the msa. vulg. §ioiitor, | icq&v oFnv oi^tov ini ftoi Marliit. Ilcrm. 
Apitz. Dind. Hart. Sclin. Bgk. Ntk. ^ajiav, | ttgrnv oftov otav inl p.oi Wiind, 
[isQwv oTav, 'ii) return for ichal, hum grand, sacri/lceH.' Genitive of priuo: 
•:(. 560,) fiiaiiar \ teqaiv. otup av&^ otiov \ %'veiav ini tiOi Br. Seh. ffta 
liiar, I Stiewv o?av av^'' otaiv ^irC jini coiy. Bergk. IiqSiv o?nv avS-' 
ofojv eonj. Nanck. ^wfimi', | oi'ni' — jioi eonj. Dobr. poifimj' | I'feoj)', niirv 
oTatv — iioi C. Mattliiit Wo might with some probability correct: -- 
Pojfitoi' I I'fQoiii, otav av9' nFetv not. For we find iSQovg Pojjiioi's in II. §'. 
305. Od. y'. 273. Or ^Btfioiy, \ oiiiv oZasv %v<!imv axo ftot — . Which 
reading would seem to have been found by the old Suholiast, whoexplaiiii*: 
ofttv — x^Q^" "^^ ''^^ ^vauTtfiv StfJtQa^in. Or — otav «»'#' oZntv ^v 
oita* iioi — . Or — ofni' irvQ'' oiW p,ot iielio) | x''Q"' «vv<iae, a Ziii, 
Im Ztv. The force of Im here is not by any inuaiis appaiont (it could 
"nly Bignity 'to my prejudice or liana''); and uiorcover 4ni fiot f(*lscn 
oceuned only a little before, v. 981. 

oTav av»' otayv} Cf. 1045. Ant. 847. Uli. Aj. 5(J3. 557. O'ja, El. 751 
Eur. Aio. U5. (Monk) Plat. Rep. VIII. 560 A. Symp. 195 A. 

995. &iifi(inaj'] 9vai£v Br., because the flrat syllable of Qvitaxiov 
is long. I think, rightly. 

90S. t/wam the mss. vnlg. Dind. ijiivotig Wak. ticli. Erf, HcrLn. Wund. 
Hart. Schn, Bergk. Nek, avvaag Br, 'Avvaaa^ai means 'to iicquire fur oue- 
sdf, to gain,' as in jEscIi. Prom. 706, tijv jcqiv yi xQti'av (jfiiono^' efiov 
jtaQK } Kovqiias. Cho. 845. nag ioor tlnova Kvvaraitai; Leonidas Tar. 
Epigr, 96. TO«ro JtgQiaaov | l» Moi^itav #(ino'(g Xaet^iSov ^biickto. Eur. 
Baceh. 131. Ariat. PI. 196. Theocr, V, 144, XVni. 17, Plat. Plised, p. 60 D. 
Xen. An. 7, 7, 24. Whereas nvvcat means Uo ai-guire, e/fevt fur anotlier." 
So Phil. 712. fi HOTS — avvaHt yaazfii ipOQ^rtv. 1145. (Ed, C. 432, 
But Herod. I. 91. ucov Si iviSaimv «titni {ki iioiQat), ^vvaato xnl ija- 
e(0«io' ot. Cf, on 1216. (Ed. C. 767, ov« ^» »ilovti. xeoo9ie9ui 
{irgoa&iivai?) taQiv. 

a> Zto\ m siipr. a ni, pr. in Ii. 

997, otttv 11 uq' l9ov id^av] ' WhU n mtiUrealmeai then liaxt t/ioii 
brought on me,' how hast thou maltreated me! Aio^ijv r.i9te9ai iiva 
therefore is eqnivaleul (o le>{Sae9^ai riva (Tr. 1031. Ant. 54.). Su anoa- 


■riKiMM.'i! i;ir> 

(iv fiij nuT I'yM Tifjoiiitltii' li ^('A('^' 
(^ffitXnn iiGiioig, rod' rixrilriTDv 

6iiv li&m^^ai, XQOVotav, ku. Cf. Ktir. Or. I(l3(i. v^qioiki ^iftivos zor 
'Ayojiiiivnvos yovov. El. 3G4. ("okojtos re Im^a. Aj. Ifii. 561. 139--*. Ant. 
702. Cf. Tr. 10S9. la^qtov t/aos- l^li. 1103. H;irl: 'ijv — oeoots" oud: 

098. iji'j Tills refers to llie more distjiut object npijjris ^topioj'. 
' li 'hirit I would that I had never beheld kHIi in;/ ei/en, that I shmiirt wilne^s 
the i/iiuppeasuhle violeai-e of iliU mad/ie'i.' Cf, PLil. il69. iiq Jtot mqiElov 
Imtiji I r^v SnoQoy. (E<1. 0. 640. Kur. Med. lilO. ovg fivj not syai 
ipuaas m^'-lov { is aob ip^ijitvotis miSia^ai. Ion, 298. nis fti] if"^ 
mipeXov arp' iSsiv. Alij. 830. fiij worf j'fjpas | iSipsioi' oixtic fiir« iqudE 
cVo'fioTis. Herocl. III. 65. tiSov oiiii' iv rra vjcvm, tljv fitjiaiia oipeXoi/ 
iSstv. Dem. p. 10^9. ftSTiOjioj' yng, tus fij «oi' oiiptAoc, meyio lou — 
,uEt«Aloi>. Ariat. Iihii. 955. cus ic(>iv dtiFor^Ki y lagiflEg (ii'cog d^ini^tio: 
y^uci. Qu. tog f»>J lot i'yM jtQnaiSiiv o o rn:lo:fi 1 toipelov oeors, fiijd' 
Kitdeeffioi' &«. Or j;*' (<fii) jiij irot iyo) TiQoaiSaiv (or (ug — ■ TCQoaiSoiv a j o 

not' f'yiij Jiort IS. 

999. turpslov ooaote, toU' —\ m<psXov, 000015 toA' — Bened. 

toS' ax^Xijtov jiavias riutfosl Instead of ciKijiijiof iiv&og r^oSe 
Itaviaq. The eliiuse 10^' - - Kftintfteji'B'qi'ttt is added in a.^plaimtion of 
lliu preceding one JJi; — offnots, or perbups of la^av (tlie words ^p — 
oooots lieing tiikeii as pareiitlicticui). MatthiKi: '^ I'ost f/eiieialeiii rei ej.-- 
poxUionei't ea, qidlius res avavalius declaraiur , sine co/iidu sahjiciant Grin-i. 
V. ad. Enr. Uee. 777." 

BHjjlijtoi'] Cf. 1003, MKiBKijlfjCit. llom. Od. V.'. 3:19. oot &t r(s f'l/ 
eiii^moii' nuijlijioi vooq laxCv. 

WOO. jiavias ao^os] HfiKg Kpifos Valek. Diatr. p, 179, Cf. Fr. 
18"2, akvxov -' avd'os avias, wliere we slioiiid perhaps restore fiavias- 
1089. iji'd'^jucf , and on Ant. %0. iiaviag Sitvav dv&rigov tt pivos- Plai. 
I'olit.p.aiOl). iisq>vxi:v avSifEia — KlfvtSiaa i^uv9-iiv TtaviaTtaai fiaviaie. 

av&og] 'Force, viuleuce, fai-t/.' Qu. ^aXTiog. Mmh. Prom. 385. ujio' 
fi' ai — (inWBi ti'ttJjrouffii'. But «f, ou 1089. Ant. 960. Phil. 369. 

xaraSsQX&ijvat | Kaiaq)li-x9^vai Wakef, vataSsQX^'iig [ Heriii. ] 
Weis. Krf. x.aTa3sQZ&Qv (!) eonj. Diiid. Bergk. Although nQoeiiSflv had 
preceded a little before, auzaSeQX^^viti is added for the sake of pBrHpieiiity, 
and to streiigtlieu the senteiioe. Cf. .^soli. Prom, 143. iSigx^l'z', F-ei3i<i9' \ 
ntra Scajtip ^QOHJiog'nazoB &u. 

1001. Sehol: It's, ^ijciv, ^maffos 3 iatgog dia xfiQoiv tiiv lixvijv 
rijs /Kiput^s IvSBtxvuiitvog fl'SpasltiioEi 10 jtr&os ftov, si /irj 6 Ztirs 

HOttfo's] Qii. litaSog. Aj. 58-i. &Q0t/:v iTcipSag JtQOg TOfiwut jrijfiQTi. 
Piiid. K VIII. 83. inaoidaCg 3' avliQ j-oi^vfoc ««(' rig Ka/iaTOv &ijnBv. 

rig the inss. %u^ozi%VTjg vulg. n'g jrtjois'jifijs Erf. Rightly, I think. 
Xfignxixvris does not here mean a chinirgeon or surgeon in particulav, 
but a medical man in general, one who cured by medicines, as distinguished 
from (he tioiSos or ^TtijiSog, who icscd incantation for the same ptiipose: 


mropt'fts, rig rrivi^' «Tf(i' 

? ?, 

althoitgli ttiti iirt uf litiiliiig mid tht ])r!ictisc u 
times often combined in the same person. Horn. II. o. 393. kkI inv tVepnrf 
idyois (i. e. instdaVs), sjii tf' ilnji: Huypm | ipapfiaK' wnnptti' 'intiaat 
tisXravdav oSvvamv. Od. i'. 457. Pina. P. III. 47. tous fiiv lov , oaaoi fi.6- 

tovg Si agoaavia Ttlvovtae, J) yui'ois JEEeKirour jinFTO&»i' qntguaxt/, 

tnvs Si zoitars laT:aaiv oQ^nvf. H Lp I 1 3i (L b ) 

1002. ittroQCag] tciKtoeiae A. R H 1 T' f > I J t f 
ohserves that he has niot with this r <1 ly L b P cBj L 
III. 14. tS^iv IritOQlri? 'Aeiili}7it6v. Wh h Id m 1 tl f,] 
of Hesych: 'lijiopi'ij . lazQiK^. Qu. la rig I 9 rag ^ & Q I ij 
ootJS — ■ Cf. 1209. jiovvov iar^i/a l( <o 

tijW atfp] Qn. TttvS' arav, d p tlj 16 ip, 11 

a little before Im^i/v. 

1003. x")?'? Ziivoe] 'Eaxepl Zeus W 1 j t g th "I a;o> 
pts Zijvos, makes one line of this: fi ij * )j ijIjj ( 1 
Emend, p. 146.). 

K«r«Kj;l)jO*i] 'Will allay, sooth I Tl j 1 1 

especially to aoiSot. 

1004. flaSft' av na^gco^tv ISoim t!" I li 1 1 I L / 
Mm even from afar as an object of d t { I I 11 1 1 ! 
approacli even afar off).' Wunder will N j pi i ^* f ; 
Cf. on (Ed. C. 41. Schol: ^SiCia I [t q & ji n fi^ 
Tie tov 9fgcixEvaovTa, &iaaa£ii,nv, ^ n [up fi /i n) ee 
to liavc read something different from th 1 Ct L I 
1142. Qavjiar av9gcoKOte opnw. An t G3 9 wl / X9 
Xvzoos 9aviia ISta&ai. Qii, jtioe av qq ( I gp ; 
lSoip,av, For d'Ktifi' perhaps ^eap.' ■ ((Ed RlSS'ifiS/^fr ^ 
&a. Cf. on 961, aonsroi' it ■9-«iifia.) The passage iB, I doubt not, corriipt- 

noQqta^ev^ noQqm toS' Hart. 

ISoifiTiv A. Harl. Aid. ISoijiav K. T. Turn, irfoiji' k* (snpc. »j a 
m. ant,) L, HSoip.' av n 15. The Doric form as in 984. 98G. 997. Cf. Ph. 1113. 

1006—1043. This passage is bandied by Seidler V. D, p, 311-6. Ver- 
ses 1006 f. appear to have corresponded with 1023 f. 

1005. s I. sati p,' ((i' ora. E.) Jnie ft* J Svatiogov (oeruTor v. 1. in 
L.) tvpiiffui (svvaaat h. K,), | iate nt Svatavov cvviiaai (cvvaaat L, K.) 
the inss, ^' s. lati fis Svetiooov evvaaat (the rest omitted) T, Camer, 
Heath. Br.. Apitz, ? f: iati (i iazi iii Sva/iogov evvaaai, \ l«z' lari 
tie Svaruvov Seidler V. D, p. 311. s I. late fit Svanogov evvaaai, \ f«ri 
lie viStatov evvaoai Vakk. «d Hipp, 1374, it I'. laTc jie Smfiogov, iai' ti- 
vaB^ai Vauv. e f. ii, \ liitf ji , iari fie Svefiogov vhto^ov, \ ^n&' 
vatatov Eui'ntfO'Ki Ilerm. Wiind. Hart, lute fit XoCe&int' svvaecti'Vfaakl. 
coll. (Ed, C. 583. Aj. 468. The first iats Dindorf with others supposes 
to be » disyllablu, pronounced ati. The middle syllable i 



ittzt a', ifiXb (ti SvGfioQav svvHo&ki . 1005' 

iciTB (t£ dvCinvof £vvKO&ra. 100a 

Tia ftoti ^aveis ; ^ol [xni] xXtvBi-s ; 
rcTtolsig f^', fJreoAets. 

tfikes to bo short, but where do we Hod sui'H'JtM' in a triuiaitivt sense? 

E * vulg. ii L, ^^ Dind. s 'f T. Br. ^^ ^q , or aiai' aiai coiij. Dind. 

tfiiirjiopoi'] yp, ^flinroi' L. Whiuh reading Hermann thinks refers to 
^vaiavov in next t. 

tuvn'oKi A. B. K. Uind. swKoai L, R. T. Euraofl-ret Ell. Uglt. Nok. Soi«- 
Tor Herm. Wund. Hart. Sohii. Weise also ejects svvaeat, as being contrary 
to the sense. Gl. T: nad'evdrjeat ^ C!7to9avtlv. Cf. Eur. Or. 152. Pors, 
ad 283, Evvnv, I believe, is always transitive, 'ia compose.' Phil. 899. 
xarfwdasifv (from »aTfvparo). Eur. Hipp. 1377. «<« r' ^irSaai tov 
tuof ^lo-cov, I presume therefore the true reading is ivvae&ai, as in 
Tld. C, 1671. &c. But the pasBage is probably interpolated. Sophoeles 
perhaps wrote merely: 1 P. iatt jii tfu'ofiopo*, i. e. 'leave me alone.' We 
may suppose that Hercules bids his attendants , who are supporting him 
in their hands, ur are endeavouring to place liim in a more uomfortable 
position, to leave him and depart, because their linndliug of his body 
causes him pain. Cf. Phil. 817. Or f t". lati (i* Svaiioeov, ( iaz' iv- 

1005 b. iSte (le Svczarov svvdem {ivvaomL.:R.) the niSB. om. T. Br. 
M9' vatatov tvvaaai Dind. sa&' vatazov evvais9ai Herm. Wund. Schu. 
Erfurdt compares Horn, H. in Merc. 289. all' aye, (lij nvfiaTov is xa'i 
woiKioj' V71V0V ianajjs. And Od. v'. 119. vnr vazaza Scmviiesiav. 

lOOG. Tta {nai L.) jiov ipa-ius the luss. valg. mk Tcit (lotr — Seidl. Herm, 
Hart. TtBi, Tzsi )uiv Tpavetg Apitz. Perhaps not fiov -^avHs; 'ohy tmicliesi 
thoa me''. V. schol. 

sot- yiUveis A. L. T. &c. vulg K vtig 

B. jtat (IE ^ICvttg Wakef, Vauv. E vuq 

conj. Wakef. Dindorf also suspe ts h lake 

the metre the same as in 1027. Q f «tSi 

Or Jtot ('for tvkat purpose'!') — ; m for 

u)hal purpose for viMlker) reclinest ou m p H s to 

be handling his father, with a vi re m Cf. 

Phil 816. fitdtfi iLi&fs fie. Ns. fl- * (i & N ov 

fpjjii' iaaeiv. $(. axo ft' oXstg, * & h « ^ vttg. 

ufi lipit^toiievov avzov zov natSo cezi. 

Idem: wot (sic) ■^pHiieig. noCipave ip g) £tb- 

ifigiuv zi/Se xuHeiee zo aStfta i^ov 

1007. a^oXeig ji' a7toleCg\ 't at vilt.' 
I'll. 817. El. 831. Arist. Pac.166. N ano- 
Xtis, aitoXtis- After aitoliis two 

1008. avatizQO<ptC(i o zi aw ever 
pang was slumbering.' Such appea ho): 

D It av f/flUJBfflJ too KRMOU ZOVTO tf , O 

Ti av tSiv oSvv&v xavCti, zovro P have 

overturned (disturbed) the little whic loep 

, ,1 

Hosted by V '" 


,h ^ 

J inigl.t biivc liiul).' <E<i. C. MiJ. Sui'iv ni-y r.i, nuUa nK'f.tmv ',',6^ 
KUKOC — iatytieeiv, (Ed. It. 1U8. tilti ytiQ ti' n v'v^ '^V!)', I lohr' ^n 
qftuc (QXltai. V, lOiitl. ciTZOTifinrns lyQi'rt voaog appears Ui aiiiswer I- 

avtitgoipttg A. K. T. }lr. vvziazQaipHs U. avattTQorpai Kit', IMiid 
Herin. "WhimI. &ci. ' Vou Aave revived.' 

XI KK( fmoi;] it XKfifiuEJi Vaiiv. o it xaiiiivoiv Slurt. ' H'hul 
ever may have gone to sleep (lit, liave almt the ejcs).' Ant. 421. (UiiofiiTJt; 
*' !ixo^iv{i)%ilav voaov. Fr.754. /ik'o. r£ ««i SiSoQ-Kri--. Ham. 11. <o' 
637, oil yaq icta fivdnf offni vno ^ilfgiaooieti' liioiaiv. Utir. Meil. 1 18^. 
SK fiuani'xos oufiaios. Arist. Veap. 92. i/v S' ovv iiKuv^udJj xi/p tixvijii, 
&e. 'J'ii. tjiinvtl yi roi. (ju. o ri xafifitici; (i. e. Jtaxitiivatj) . !I8S. fiii 
cr«$. Horn. Balr. 102. ovh ffRirav (fic) ^oQv^oivies | ou^ oA^yof uivju. 
ftiieat. Xen. Cyr. VIIl. 3. 28. a Sh xmaiiviov Vijat t^ paXtii, IlippviT. 
p. 1230. But Wunder witli some reasou fiuds a (Bffiuulty In the .siilijuiictivo 
(luop. (yu. u tt Ktt.uuiitj' (or MKjtftuDti').) l-inwooil reads o n k«1 (iu'ii«r 
'Die oorreEPOiLdiiig verse is 1030. 

1000. jjTtrni fiou] Sdioli h«&)]i(j«to' (lou. Qid. Cul. 955. ikv yivy 
&«i'OJ't<oi' ovSiv nXyiis wJirEtni. I'lut. de S. N, V. 11. 217. ^ uoitpow 
Ki^dfiii'i] vocras Hdi. iiazavenij^Eiau xov em^mos. Dein. p. 564. xon 
HQaynaxog rjitiat. Above 778. dtmivvog | 0JtaQay(i6s avzov Tcvivjiovioif 
av^^ipttxo. Perhaps ij'^ai ftou, 'j/ori liaae touehed me.' Triuliuius tlins 
in one line; ijTtxai jiov voaog. ^ S' av9' Sejcit, jcov, jzo^'iv iet' m. 

rorOEor K. to to ror h. toxoxni A. C. Ilarl. routd xot Aid. A. v. 
1. and Schol. (to xtvij^ijvitt tijio aov naS'qtpaTo /lov) Br. voans instead 
in T. 

1010. ^S' av9' tQ-!TU the inss. viilg. ri S' -~ Suliwf. q S' — llerin. 
Qu. ^S' ttv 'qripnti. (Schol: jj foaos, qiJjffi, ntiliv titiusizoi. Phil. 787. wpoo 
i^nii, Tteoaigxstai to'tf' tyyos- jEscIi. Eiim. 878. ntjS' Snapjios ac'o'i'^t,' 
iipsgjiixtti vooos- Herod. IV. 187. i/v Ss — ennojios ixiyiviixm, &<:.) 
Or rjS' av Seiiniti. fuf. 1088. Saivvxai yitQ ai jtbAih). Or ^S' «v ^eiiaxti 
{ef. 1027. Spoiiniei *' hu — dyQia voaog). We find indeed avxi iu -Esthj- 
InB (e, g. Ag. 1045, ^^ avxt Svaiprifiovea xov 9eov uttlii), bill it ut- 
ciirs no where else iu Soph. Cf. on Ant. 462. Wunder oonncets ^Se with 
rjTiTtu (uonsideriug xoxoxoi as pai'entlietic). If i!ucli be the construetiou, 
we must Etop thus: ijirrni — ij8' au , 'tptQTitl (cf. 1082.). But I mud] 
prefer the other arrangement. 

ijS' A. K. L. T. Aid. riS' IS. Sc. ^ vooos. Cf. 9S7. ^3' av uiUQi/ 
Bgvjifi: 1031. xoSs u ttv XmPaxai. 1082. l^alipsv tstrjs ciitiaiiog tiQtimg 
oS' av. Phil, 753, (jksi ynp avrrj. 807. ag ^Se jioi \ o^ffa epoita — . 
783. tna^si yog ttv fiot qpotVin* io3' Ik ^v^ov ] kjjkCov atfia. 787. jigoo 
igxec, JCQoei^x^xai. , zoS' iyyvg. I read aS": ef. on 998, 

no&sv the WISE, tcov xod'tv T. Qu. tcov (or no&' '■ e. lO&i) rep 
The Schol. understandB nofl'tJ' in the sense alnov, ooraparing the eitSa 
»tv 9i 01 il9tv 'Ad-]^vn of Homer, II. ^'. 267. Cf. CEd. K. 1259. El. 1058. 
Herm: 'unde miJii aiucilio adeslis?' (quia iiiillo ex loeo quiarjnam adestl. 
Wunder eaplaina: ' Whence are ye, from mhat land are ye come'f' Hercules 



aliHoiifiv d TtiXits; ant vvv tnl ratf voaovvrt 

h.'iii(r suppusot! W aiMioss lliuso wliu l.^id cuiivoywl liiin Li) 'i'lat-lns, ft', 
^tli4. IIk ui.iisiders tlmt Ilurtulcis mouiiH to rtproHuli them and llifih- i;ouiitr.y 
as tlie must ungrateful of all men. 

toil. 'EUavav] av^'QiOTtio]' Wuridei- (v. Emend, p. 147 f). Kui;lilj 
couj: 7t6&t S' t'oz', <o \''EXX«veg , nKtnav aSlKiaratot, 

Ki!fi)tnirKioil ' Miisl angrntefuV StLol: rejKpmroiiVTOi. WiiiieSeld 
qiioteB Epist. Hebr, VI. HI. oii yifg n*t«os o fl-tos in0.n&ie%ai. lou t'u- 
jfou ofiMV kc. Virp. G. II. 460. ' t'uaiiit bumi fneilem victiiut justissimii 


oufi Sti — 1 Schol: ove tyu titj niv xttm 9a3iaziav, ay tfJ tv yjj 
taia^ov niivtii TOtcov Ka^alfitav, kbi vne^ ir(»iljp(ag sxtivtav lyyvg #«- 
vdrnv tytvoiiijv. Cf. Hoin. H, in Here. 4. as Jipiv fiiv xaiii yaCav a&t- 

noiliV n'tv Kuios fpf|fv nTn6&«J«, JioAliV 6 rivitl^, I'ind. Nem. I, 61 f. 
St of cpp((Js n«I jtajTt OEpKim, jco^«is oftiiijon Tujints, ooeoos fisv Iv 
XtQOoi KTKVWf, oilflove Si novtip &^QKs nE5podtn«e. Nem. III. 40. Safiauf 
1^* &^eci(e iv jtslayet {ntfQOZias (Hercules). Enr. Here. Eiir. 225. Jioiiriioi' 
KaQi/Qiidrtov \ xiganv r «(ioiPres- 300 f. 853. Arlst. Vosp. 678. noUn 
litir h y^, TcoXXa S' lip' vyga irttvletjowe. Luean. IV. 618, 'terras 
monsiris tcquorqiie levnnleia \ taagiuauiiutm Aleiitea lAhyem exdvU in oi-as.' 
llygin. 8'J, llenee Hercules is called nolvnlaynzfis Eiir. Hero. 1136, uiid 
'nanus' Hor, Od. IIL a. 9, We should probably eorrect, as Wakefield 
also proposeil, ofs Si) — , 'for whiaa, for tnkose safety.' tiartung re.ids: 
nus yS I <^'o£'Oi' t Iv Ttovxai — . Connoet dij witli jiolia, 'mitllii sune.' 
Cf. oil Aj. 994. 

noXlii fiEr] f^ii. noXla fiitX', or else >ittz<f Si (so Wak, prob. Diiiii.) 
Sgia aoXla &u. 

1012. iv A. hi B. K. L. (ivtnovrai). 

Saia] Sqvb (supr. i) K. Cf. Horn. Od. |'. 353. o9i re Sgios ^v nolvav 
*Eos vXiis. Eur. Ilel. 1325. itttgiva Kcern SpiK. Theocr. 36, 48. Ilesiod. 
Op. 5'J8. llcsych: Jqlor . Sgvtiog, vXr], Anglicc 'forests, lliickels.' 

xttQ-aigrov] 'Clearing' of wild beasts. Cf. 1061. ou*' oiriji' lya \ yaCav 
xa^alQiov l-Ko/iriv. Arist. 1043. TotovS' evQovzsg dXt^iiia»ov, z^g jcopae 
rqaSi KK&aflrijji (a second Hercules, ef. ibid. 1030.) &c. Hercules is hero 
Baid av^QaTzovg Ka^-aignv , men being put for tie country they inhabit. 

1013. tolmotiav] 'I toiled, exposed my life.' Schol: txativov xkI 
fyyus &avatov iysvojiriv. Cf. Phil. 686. (ois'iisff tbtt niljiws. Ant. 1286. 
Ariat. Ach. 70. if)' aQfiafia^av fitcX^avmg xatrtKiiiifvot, \ aJioXXvfisiiot. 
Jl. (KpoSQu yuQ iat<i^6fir]v lym \ xaQ« zijv fftcl^ni iv fogvza xaxa- 
nf[p,tvogi Said ironically, Paul. Ep. I. Cor. XV. 31. Ha9' ^(iSQav ini- 
fl'fjjOHOv. Above 652. JtHyMlHiiios "lev uliuro. 

K«t vvv (iiX z^Ss voaovvii — ] Schol: »orl vvv, (fijalr, ovSiig ixsi- 
vrav lie' fpLol vonoivzi, ov JcvQ, ov |iVs ii<az>JQiov xgoaayay<av daaXlic- 
|f( fif toil S^v. According to some the meaning of this passage rather 
is as follows: 'And note will no one cure aiy wound by the application either 




n( ftre or i/ie knife 'f' For these were llie twu uaual remedies (v. Itloinf. 
Gl. Again, 823,). Plato Gorg. p. 480 C. nagixuv avSQit'iag xifivuv kuI 
HKHv TBI itiT^a. Hep. HI, 40GD. Gorg. 156 B, Pkt. ap. Diog, L. 85. ^ 
Si xttQOVQyt*'^ (ef. 1003.) Sia to zifivtiv ««!. -xattiv vyiai^st. Xen. Amib. 
V, 8 18 %al yuQ oi iatqol ziftvovat xal nuiovaiv in' ayaS-m. Mem I. 
3, 54 anottiiviiv ammaieiv Phtemcides 8tob VI p 80 iztftv 
?Ktit Ovid, Hein Am I 329 ' Ut corpus redimas , ferntm paUens el ignem^ 
Propert J 1 3T 'FotlUer el ferram savos pattamir et Ignes' if c Henee 
1 Hound tliat can be cured only by the knife is caUed vjjfitt zaiiiov Aj 
582 Cut neitlier the cinltrj noi tlie knile, howevei saitable in the Lise 
of A wound like that under which PlnloLtetes laboured, iiould be of inv 
service in the present cise wheie our hero'i whole body is eniekped is 
it were in a Lonsuuiiug ilame of bre Hut tu mention that tyxos, whtUi 
iiieiuiE Atii pointed instrament or »eapon, could not with any propitety 
ho usett of a surgical knife Cf lOJSf 1 therefoic prefer the interprcti 
tion giien by the fechjl Foi ixi rmSi (i e fn-' Ifioi) ot 081 ai") Bui 
qu EfioJ wd$ or imS' avSgi 

1014 nvQ] 'Foe to bum him ili\e, luthei th ui tin 1 1 itcn Cl 
on 101 J 

^Jlfsl 'Swotd' Ct lilJS beidler c'^es oud lor oik jieihips 

Oljjirifiot] 'ilnngtay tehef healing' An allusion to Ihi, tw leiiiedics 
by the knife and by liie Cf Phil 1204 Schol oiqielijeiuov aoizqgioi 
Erfurdt interrogates alter ovijaiiiov, coll Hor Stet IL 116 wide mihi 
laptdem' guoi sunt enl opiul aade *aj;i«n«'' And so Hait For the negitives 
Sclineid compares Anat Av 980 ovu lofi ov ZQuymv ovd \ovx?2 c/fszog 
oil SQonola^zTis But tile analogy between the two pis!>ageb is not txict 

otiH a-7iozqtili$i A K L Harl \ld. vulg Wund ovk ^vaezgnliii 
B ouK avezQCTfu T ^ovn IjniQiijiti V tjrr Br (from tonj ) bch Diud 
Herm S(,hn Bgk an Emzgeiptt Wakef ((okk neier occurs in Trigedy 
V Pors Med 7d6) ovx a^oet^et poiiiqet' Loiy Mnsgr ouk wnojct/i 
■t(jti Lrf Hdrtung corrects owijotfioii, ovn oTtoigeyiai, \ii,\ tovS 
aitsQa^ag — Sclineid 'admovebit' (coll 995 Aj 773) Wunder (v 
Emend p 151) with leason prononii<.es ouu dTCOzgeil/H coriupt Qu ou 
Xtga tptifici (Aj 772 Ix' ix^Qois ^sipw (poivtav zQtTtuv) Or o^u jr«p 
t|t( (or aeoKotOEt, ot xQOOaiiisi, or nQoeaiii, or ngonitiyiEi) Or oti 
^tlog (or yevvv) oiffci Or ov6e jiaxmeav Or oviiei(iov ov x^q' ^9"v 
^51 Or o^jjatfios mate (or iect, or biSt, or ogu) jroe^geir (or iruQaaxtiv) 
Ihe b(,hol. explains by ngoaayaymv. Cf. Phil. 1204. |itpos ti Tio%fv \ ^ 
yivvv ri ^tlmv Ti^itgoJiiiitliaze (?). | XO. us zCvk Sri 0*'l»S izaX(iiicrv 
Tcozi; I $J. SQat' cath aavtK itcl aQ&Qa zi/ito x^Q^- tEd. K. 1255. qioiTtt 
yetQ qfiSe iyx"? i^ctitHv noQeiv. Horn. II, ^', 496. igveaaiifoos |iqi°S 
o|u. c'. 238. oili SovQi. 

1015, ? i A. B. K. ¥ e T. W L. |jj Diiid. 

ovS' ajiaQtiiai xgata ^iov &ilti fiolmw zov ciuyeeou;! Scliol; ov- 
Siiq iKslrav , ipijot, poirlstni IX&oiv zljv KiipaXijv (tov tfjrorffisfi', ttitl 
ilev9'etiaac!i zoo iiox^ieoa ^iov. Wliich ia a very fieo parapiirase of 


(loXiav rov dTvySQov ; tpsv tpsv. 


w Ttat xovS nvd'QO^ , tovQyov tod's jieT^ov avTJxst 

tliu to?it| as it now stands. Wnnder (v, Emend, p. 151 f.) ennsiders ojia- 
Qa^ai — 9ilft corrHjit. Qn. ov3' una^d^at fiov (or Ipou) to xaQct ^Ici 
\ »£Xet — ; (Tlie metre tlie Bnnie apparently ao io 1005. 1024, 1041.) Or 
oud' aTcaga^ai ii's poo to Ka^a ^iXst \ tov uruyspoC (loXmvs (Meti'o 
lioulimiac.) Or ovS' dnered^m Mp«rc &iiet jioXaiv | zov eri'yfQOB^ <pev 
ipf.v. Or ovS a^aQa^ac kq&tu y ijiou ^iXsi — ; Or otiS orwa^i^oai — ; 
Or tlms: o^A cmoXaaai tou ari'ysQov ^('oii | kqcitcc 9'iXsc tefitov (or i. 
■».); So Eur. Hel. 302. afimeos Si iinipos n^at' d-naUd^ai ^lov. Cf. 
Plili, 1207. (ws) KgKr' alio navxa %al Sq^qu isfua x^Q^- '*9' £(w«'(ujoov 
<oi injitaTiE, Horn. II. |'. 497, nqvsltois Si Ittveeafitvos |^q>os o|v | 
a'lXtvu uteuov i'Xaaasv, dsijgalfv Si za(ia^£ \ avtTi eiv xijli;xi Mngij. 
«', IfG. Ilerod, V, 112, SQeadva nXti^ae fmaQaaeii. toi ^itTiov tovs 
TTotfas, Time. VII, G3. tovff «rao lov noXeuioo xataBtgeifiatog ojilhag 
a-nuQd^tjzt. Valck, ad Ilerod. Vlll 90 Miiagiave lo npaves Nicand. 
Tlier. 706. iienjal^s "f* ■9'JifiOf ftpH^Hi Synes de P ovid. p. 81. i^p 
KoxiSa ojiaaafifvos, f>g anaQa^etv ijjs avS'ga.Tten tijv K£q>aXriv. 

ff^ov\ I would read ^ia {^ial), as Wakofit'ld alao proposes. Peihn|is 
y' Ifioi, Or rather Pflfi (Aj, C58). 

1016. S'Eiltt tlie HISS. HXoi T. 

fiolwl' lOu etvytQoi] Xvntv {to ^ovurii ^^II} Ih-ew. toii ffrwyf 
eoii fioiaJp Erf. Probably rigiitly. 

1017. oirjiegowl Qii. ejivytQOv. Cf. on I'li. IGG. 

1018. (B nrorr loi*' avS^iq , — ] m nBi, toSfl' ard^og - W;J,el 
He nil. Hart. 

TOVQVOV ToSi — J 'T/ds tmk is lieyond my strenylA.' Bcliol: lo 0a- 
ard^ai xov 'HgaxXsa fttitav tariv q Kar' iykL Tlie ageil man, feeling 
unequal to tlie task of relieving Hercules, calls upon Hyllns, au being' 
Ills son, io render assistance. Cf. <Ed, R, 1393, otiiiijs jt iidvzot na) 
jipoijyjjToS iivog \ Stirat ■ to yaQ I'oirq/n! /tti^ov q qit^tiv. Arist. Vcsp. 
CGO. xalfjiov [tfv xal deir^g ytcauijs nal jiji'Joi'Ofi ^ 'jri rgayaitfoii; | 

fli^to"^ — V «<"^' ^C"" poic""] Cf. Ant. ^708. ip^oviiTia /isc^ov tj 
HUT uvSq' lav. (FA. C. 598. xl yu(i to fiei'£oi' ^ xat' av&QaKov tooffe; 
(Ed. R. 1293. Eur, Mod, C73. coipiateQ' f) Kat' uvSqu avu^aXitP ^trr/. 
Snppl. 344. Iph, T. H36. Find, 01. 13, 109. ew^jjcfis jteacov' ^ ids iSt- 
ptv Arist Vesp, 650. yviapris — jiii^ovog ^ 'tiI t^vyatSoi'S' Time. VTI. 
TS flf^£<u ^ xaiu JUH^ua xtnov^otaS' Plat. Cl'at. 392 A. tuuto' jisiS"' 
larlv ^ xfti' ^(li kbI oi ^^trptfi'. ibid, 439 B. fi^rjov fctos Iffrlv syfo- 
KEVKi rj nax ifii Kal ai. Plioedr, 279 A. Sov,ii (loi aftelviav jj kutdi tops 
jTrpI AvaCav ilvat Joyous- Pli^. p. 108 U. xaXsJiarsoov pot (pai'vitai 
^ xarri T^ji ritt^KDii i^)^viji/. Eep. II. 359 D. fiji£i» ij «kt' aii&pawio*. 
Hpio.1 III 14 II. sr.. Matth, Or. §, 449. 

cii'^Kfil uff/Kfi (snpr. fj a in. rec.) L, Whunre (lettov av fiti 



1019. granav] laiiav Ilarl. 

,01] ,i I._ 

ooi ze yag o^iifia ) tiinXiov )j Si' liiov (TuSfcii'] It seeina to me im- 
possible to elicit any satisfactory sense out of these words. Schol: av 
yaQ vsos fi Mat o^vtigov aot to o(ifi« n^oi to aa^fiv lov Tiarit/a jial- 
lov Tj Si ifioi. C. Mnttliue explains: 'libi eniia mini ocret adhuc ad 
cuilodtendum ociili' (ad portandum necessaria Qiaytti, ad ciistodiendiini fji- 
TcXsov ojifici). But what had the eye in particitlfir to do in alTurding 
relief to Hercules? Wakefield candidly observes on this passage: "Egomel 
nihil hie video, nee habeo ojijik sjnileov ipsius senis ocnlo." Wuniloi- 
(v. Emend, p. 162f.) proposes: aoi zi yag ofiftB (!) — . Hart: ca SI 
avUa^ov- o|i yat/ ofifia ! aoi nliov rj Si' IfioS cmtnv. Henverden (A. 
C, p. 23) conj r ao( zi yaq Hhfta | Sf^jitSov ^Si icUov atHKitg. Meinefce 
conj: av Si avlla^s fioi" zh yog ogfiw | ^s Ttliov — {'nam wiarbi ma/iiiii 
iilvd groniore impetu ingridt, gimm vl solas per me Hercalem servare postim'). 
AVhieh correction is prohable enougph, if we rend, as he afterwards pro- 
poses, ^ Sixa aav emtsiv fi. e. 'wilAoiU tlty help']. Pnrgold conjr cot rs 
ys giifia I f'liiiXiov iaziv iiion ecaleiv. Hot bndly, if with a slight eor- 
reetion we read, eol 8i yt 0oi(nt | Ij wleov —. {OS. (F.i. R. 700. at 
yuQ tavS' Is nliov i!e§<o.} For ifmli-ov Seidler conjectures sv ^Xe^tov, 
and considers ^ St' JftoJj c.orrnpt. Mitchell mentions a conjecture aoi zt 
yuQ afifia \ }g jiliov ^ — . Qu. eof zs yuQ, olfiat, ] tnXoyov — . Or 
oot rt yaQ ofoJ (oftoi 'alone') \ tvXoyOf — . Or aoi ze yig avza \ xaXXioi' 
(or pilziov, or nt'Siot) — . Oi- ooi zs van lazv? \Js nXiov — Or eol 
Sf ngoe^Kti | is nXiov — . Or uoi yag afiHvov \ ztiv nattQ' ^. Or tfol 
yag agfiov — , Or ooi ze yag ofiaa If nXiov ('decus' or 'decori miiyis 
ent') —■ Or aov yaq ag^yuv j ^s nieov — . Or aoi yaQ aiiiiyov (or 
dvqxgi) I Sg nXsov —. Or col Tcginfi avzia \ le aXiov ~. For the ellipsi- 
of iittXXav V. Matth. Gr. g. 457. a. 1. and on Aj. 96C. Schaefer, Hermann, 
Dindorf and others eunsider ze yicQ to be equivalent to nai yuQ, lat. ^nam- 
que, elenim' Cf. on Arist. Pac. 402, vlmzai zt yag vvv jialXav tiaiv 
jj TCQO zov. Matth. Gr. §. 621). This combination of particles occurs in Epie 
and Lyric poetry (where however the te is little more than simply ex- 
pletive), as in Horn. Od. t', 562. *oini yag ze nvXai —. Piiid. P. XI. 
46. iexu zi yag oX^og ov ittlova ip&ovov. II. ifi'. 277. Knt it is fomid 
nowhere else, I believe, in Tragedy. It may however perhaps be excused 
here, as the metre i= Epic 

1020. innXmv A. K. L. vulg. f^jiljon. It T (,in T. annot. avvliiioii) 
^flTttSov [conj. Hcrm.J Erf. ^v nXfov Heath fv ^Xiaov eonj. Seidl. Ig 
rcltop conj, Meiu. The Schol. explains by i^vzigov. 

3t' Ifioul Six<' ^ov conj. Moin, An ingenious und jiroliaUy tiiir 
correction. Cf. Ph. 5C7. ^ tavra — Sgiaaiv 'AzQeiSav SC%tt; Aj, 70«. 


sOzi iiot iiavvOcei jitotov ' toiavrce vtfin Zfvs- 

CEJ. C. 48. noXm? BCxa. 

Gtot^ftv L. Sii'Jcsiv or ooiKeri' conj. Weckl. aiaitctv also Mein. 

1021. Aafl-i'OTOJ'Oi' — pt'oto*] 'Btii io render liis life free fTom pain 
in iaiponKihle for me either bij my own unassisted aid or by that of oiliers.'' 
Schol: fl x6 Tittzaaxiiv avzov lazat, tSov eqiantoinii reurou . S'ed'i Si, 
ipijalv, (lit tr^v la9ijcovov iaaiv zwv o8vvmv ovze Si s/iavzov, ovzt 
i^io9tv wjooajirsir Svvai^ai. Schol. on next verse: zjjv oSvvjiv zov 
^iov avzov, rpialv, ov Svyap-ai Xa&lnovov i^avveai ovzc an ip,avzoi 
ouie and nvog zav ^ivimi tfiiiiafiort l^afuoai. Reiak: "h. e. negue penes 
me, neque penes alios imiemo auxilium." Miisgr: 'nee opera propria, nee 
aliens.' Vanv: 'lla perdneere ad flnem, iil in oblieionem doloris recidal ,f-e,' 
Or oiz' fvSoVev — may mean 'neilAer inwardly nor oulwardlS (neither in 
iTiinil nor body, with reference to Herculee).' 

Ia9inovov] Aj. Tll.'Atag la&inovog (achol: liziX^afitov r^e liijiijs)- 
Sthol: la^ijtovov S' oSvvav . Xeixei ^wpfHiitoti (qjagjianoi'). 

oSvvav — §i6zov the iiibs. vulg. jind one Schol. odvvav — ^iotov 
Miisgi'. Dind. Wund, Schn. Bgk. Nek. And so read nn other Scholiast. oSv- 
vav — 8i ozov llerin. oSvvav — poi«v>)i' ('kerb') Hart. oSwav — 
^lotov (coll, 117.) Apitz, Probably ^lotov is eorrnpt. Qu. rt anos, or 
rplXziiov, or jzazigog. Or f^avvaaee'at oSliv, 'to devise a mode calculated 
til gioe freedom from pain.' Or thus: — i^avveaa^ai (or Siitvvcat ti), ozta 
zatavta ve(i,u Zevg. 

^vSl»iv\ I, q. oftio&£i' (cf. on 730. oftioi). Arist. Vim. 521. 7i6&!v 
(IV Xa^oifit ^ijiia iivQid/iifio^ov, \ 0191 Ti^oaeiuiio e ; ov yag slxov oCuod'tv. 
Eur. Fr. Inc. 136. zr/v acazijQ^av \ oiiioi nag aozwv axovzss- Wiikcfield 
cites Eur. Or. 604. zd z' IvSov ela'i za zt ^vga^i 3vBtv%£ig. 

9vQa&iv lazi E. K. Br. Dind. Harm, Sehn. Hart. ^vgaS' fviati A. V. 
and most mss. Aid. S'VQa^' '^v (supr. & a m. pr.) Jort L. ^vga^e fori 
T. Pors. ad Hec. 719. 'Wnnd, 

1022. gari] iaii L. 
i^uv^eat]\ ^vvo,ti^ B. 

zoievta yiftsf ZsugJ 'Suck ihingK dues Joi>e dispense {i.e. such is tliB 
appointment or will of Jove),' Scliol: zoiavzuc yiig aXyi^jiata SiSioaiv 
6 Zivg. Oiford translator: 'Jove alone possesses the remeilii.' Wrong-ly, 
I think. 
, vifieij vijtoi B. 

1023. B 5i«i- jTffr A. B. K. L. T. Aid. w stBiT, to aal R. 10 ii«6 Seidl. 
Dind. Wnnd. Schii. Bg'k. Nek. jrat -aui Herni. Apita. Hart. Cf. Ant, 848. a, 
itai nal. Arist. Kan. 37. -TCaiSiov, nai:, ^(il , Jiaf. In like manner w» 
6nd 10 rcKvov tiitvov (El. 1410.)), m Zev Zev, Ac. Qu. a jrat, tzov jror' 
ag Fi; TTercnle.s here recognises the voice i)f Iiis son. 


2-M SO(S>0KAK0rE 

Tudt lit radi fii 7t(f6al«jit xnvqiiau'i \ii2l 

t E, la la dalfiov. 

&Q<aax€i d' av &Qdsxii dtiXia'u 

SioXova' ^((Ks 

CO JIkAAks TJkAAks, to'tff ^' av Xa^atai. id Ttct , I' 
tov fpvxoQ oixzsi^as avBZi<p&(ivov s{qvS(iv 'iyxo^, 
nalGov fjiKg «^o xXfidog' axov d' axog, w (i ixoXaaev w-'>:i 

1024. zkSi lit Tffd* TiQoeXa^g B. 

jiQoeXa^i^ 'Take hold of,' i. q. a^oailiavaov . Cuinpare aaXla^i lul'.'. 
CI'. Ariat. Aclt. 1214. Xtifisa^i i^ov, ldpia9e tou rmiXovs . TtaTtai' n^oa 
la^se^', (u ipiloi. Pat. 9. 

1026, fi (or JV) la la, L. 1 f ico la {la once A. B. K. Hai'l. ¥ t 
ta la T. aiair, li (coiij. ^t /ro} Dind, i f , ^ai Seiiil. Evf. Horiii. ApLtn. 

3'ai'fiot'] d«i'/(Ciii SeiiU. Ilcrin. Dtnd. in not. 

1027. &^raiayiit (sic) twice L. Schol: ava^aitvsstxat rt voaog, 
1029. anoi^^uTos I Lit. 'tmapproficlioble.'' Schol; cncoenilaetoq. 
10.10. ta TlaXlas tho inas. T. viilg. a naUag Seidl, Erf. 7Iei'm. llait. 

Nek. (5 JTalics nullas Dind. (as lo Zl5 Ziv). la Im naliag Beig-Ic. 
la ittlas IJlonif. ad Again. 63. ScLoI; ixtxaXstrai ti^v 'A&ijvav eig (Joij 
d-iiar. Cf.Uom.llS'.S.aXaXKOfiivifig'AS'^vri (i. e. ^OTi&ovaa). 390. Oi-pl'- 
Hymn. 31. TQnoyivtia, IvzUQtt naHav. But why slionld lie iiivolif 
Pallas Atliene to liis aid? Qu. m xai tcuc, tskvov, roSt — . Or a tt 
nvov, aJtai'aae, loSs — (ef.Gl.Pli.2G0.). Or a nut, Im ti^vov, toSe ■ 

1031. roSt (l' av] toS' co H. Wu may undcrstiind voaij^a or llic 
lilie. Cf. on 1009. 

lii jtai tiie iiisa. T. vnlg. WiinU. Dind. Kglt. la nat, not, xbv 
Seidl. iw Tiai, la, tov ITerm. Erf. Apitz. lii' ev Si, nai, iliv [Ilorivi. | 

1032. zov ^liein'i' themss. T. vulg. loi' <pvtoq' Dind. feoll.-Hpsycli : 
fpvzoges . Yiyyri'tostg. and Schol. ad -Ssch. Prom. 2.S,1. f^ oh xai tpprmii 
o jrcr^e.) Wund. Sclin. Qu. vbv jtaifp'. 

olKzelQUS the mss. vnlg- oCxthq' Nnuck, Borfflt. 

1033. dveitCqi&ovov] ' Uiibtiimabte , not to be found fiadt with' I. i\. 
Rfiffintoi' , a^oyov, aiiiafintov. Schol: snianaeal [loi ^irpog iivtiifuiiTOV, 
lip' a ovStlg ee fieii-^trtti ag nazQantovov. Thnc. VIl. 77. Eiist. ad 
Od. «'. 34G; Mai 'EpfioytKne St avSTcCtp&oviv noi tprjet to SfitjiTirov, 
Cf. jEscli. Cho. 816. Ttigatv ovk i^liiofKpov UTav. Eur. Ilec. 288. ojto 
Kzeiviiv (p&ovog yvvaCxag. Time. I. 75. 82. Perhaps avi7ilrp9ovos. 

ef^vKav] Qu. slgtitiai. Iloni. I). | . 496. i^vaatiiiivos ^Iqiog o^v. 
And so the Scliol. seems to liave read, wiio esplains by ^nieitami. 

^Xog\ 'A sword: Cf.on Ant. 215. Aj. 658. 

1U34. naiaov Ifiug vnu xXySog vnlg. Qii. itataov vtio tiXiitSi fi. 
(or KXtjiSog). Or -nais Si ft' {naleov fft') al"*" vno «.lySog. Or nart 
Si tovS' — . Or nati y,' vno xXiitSog. The afiynilt.t.m h.'ve i^ siiHaliU- 

^fiffs A. T. Vf£s R. K. I^. I auspei't liiis, 

VTib KXjiSog} Cf. on 540. 

,y Google 

TVAhlMAI. ±':> 

Oh ^dT}](i aitsias, fii' aS' i7ti'6ui(ii ntGuvGui' 

Kurras, D)fi' ttvtag, as ft' aXitjiv. a yXvKv^"j!tda-i, !U4l> 

Evvaaov BVvaOov (*' i»xv%Bxa jto'pM 

1035. xijj'SoS vnlg. nl^iSofi A. Hart. bI^Mos IS. K, T. h1ijE3os (slo] 
Jj, 1 liiiTc little doubt tliFit the solute form is tlie riglit nav. liere. IToii], 
II. *'. 578. rov (lev kq' 'ArgeiStiq SovqlKlntog Mevilaog \ Setaoz' fyj^fl' 
pv^e Hirra xXntSa Tunijoag. In Latin 'clavis (frojii yiXaS-ti). 

w A. T. a B. K. L. (a letter, apparentlj f, erased after it in L.) 

fjio'liaes*] ixokriae Turn, mnrg', Seliol: InCaaeiesv. yq. l%6Xijeiv, 
oiov xo^V Hs'"^ ^t>v xitavts. Translate £;(oi(o(is 'fias angered, eaagpera 
led, me.' But I doubt if tliis Is right. Wakefield tidopts tlie rending men 
tioned by the Sehol., ^);olj)OS, i. e. '/um poisoned,' or 'A«* maiideneii.' 
Qn. ISolaafv, or itciSriacv, or ivcSijasv, or fSatiaeatv, or tldj:)jcfv 
{Ant. 1076.). 

1037. av S)S' iniSoiiii — ] Cf. Pliil. 1113. leoifiw Si vm, tov td3i 
liqaafisvov , lov taov jfeoVov Jajidir' aviag. 275. 509. 795, Aj. 810, 
CEd. C. 460. 870. El. G47. Ant. 643. Artst. Ach. 1150, o* ?r' InlSmiii 
ttv9iSog Sio/iBVOv. jEsch. Clio. 261. one Motft' lyia ?rorf | Soiidrrtts &c. 
Eur. Med, 1S3, Zv hot' ^ym vvuipav r' iaiSoi/i' avToig (isla^Qotg Sta 
Kvaiofiifovg. 1413, ous /iijaor iym — oftlov — fp9ttilvovs {jitSi<!9cii . 
Tinoian. dial. mer. X. 1. or Katnaza miSoiiii aao!.Xv(isvov &e. Ttiom. 
M, p. 335. TO ImiSor tag Sitl jtoXv ijil avfiqtoQag, Ti&ttai. B«low 823. 
i^v Si TtQipiv, ijp I lafitS SiSmei jrorrpi, tnvS av-c^ la^oi. 

a»tog, a* A. K. h. T. aS'fog, ijr B. a^sog, tav Seidl. Erf, Herni. 
Bind. &c. Tteaa v»fias, Sv ~. Ci. FA. IIBI. aS-ftag S^»i/eiihw. I2S, 
B^ftitara ctiovja. (Ed. R. 354. uS-it»g l<p9aQafvrjg. 

10.^8. aoiBs, aS' aSioie the mas, avtmg, oiS' avrag ITerni. Hart. 
Qii. avTiog tooavTag. Schol; o^olmg. Cf. Aj. 1179, avteig owwcirfp, 
(FA. R. 931. Ant. 85. 715. 

1039 f, Cf. Eitr. Hipp. 1387. rPfff (it koi^khus tov SvoSmtiOvci fAiSov 
aiXaira vvxteqag t' avayxa. 1377. Xoyx'^S ^gciiac SiujLoiQacai Sia t' 
„;,«„. ,i, Ifi. fi,a.. , , . 

1040 — 41. 01 jJios av&aiiiaiv, | ■» yAwKug ^I'tfas the mas. (to Sibg av- 
&aiittav in marg:. ;i ni. pr. in L.) vn]g. IVunsposcd by Seidl. Herm. Dind, 
Nanck. &c. 

1040. m ylvKvg'AiSagj An uadearing nuwle of address. Cf, <Ed. C. 
106. fi', M ylvKfiai TiaiSsg agxa^ov Skotov. Hence the ferni of eiideni' 
ment yX^^iov. 

atSag A. B. K. L. T. Aid, AiSag Seidl. ITeriii. &f. 

1041. (0 iJios av&aiptov] Seliol: m lou Jioij dSfXipi 'Ai'SuiFtn. 
Ul. T: cioraStXipf, 

1042. ivvacav tvvacov T. Turn. Seidl, V.ilek. :id Hipp. I,')78. Wund. 
Diiid, ITenn, Nek. &c. fSi'atfdi' f»' tJvcHiov A. B. K. L. Harl, Aid. fivacor 
furaooV p.' Erf. Bei-gk. Translate: ' me to vest.' Cf, CEd. li 
961. CfiiKpo; ^ruicriK, oiojiai' tnvatu ^oir^'. Env, Hipp, 1377. Sid t 
evvaaai zbv tfiiiv ^I'orov (fgQjiai). Seiiller divides thus: ivvaeov — [ 

lUKUTfTtt] iSvivTcttri T, Tarn. Gl. Tj^ rtt;[ff. yii. 
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•xaXXa 3>i Koi. S'SjfiorJ I. a. innn^ danag ^or icnturLSome) deiils. 
So Hoiii. II. ^'. 44. uimi' jtoIAbj- tt mkI hfHav. Qii. (o iroJIa *^ Svo- 
oiotK {'perpessa aspera' in Cic,) — . 

^epfitt] 'Hold, daring.' Cf. Ant. 88. Arist. P[, 415. ^ &(Qiiov igyuu 
■Aovaaiov — zol(ii>vzt Sq&v. Vesp. 913. &(qjios yag hvij^. .^srli. Kiim. 
CIM), ysZp Si Sttinmv fV aj-tfyl. ^jp/ioj. Sept. (W9. vautaiei d-ftfiioig. 
AiiipliiH ap. Atlioii. 44HA. St/i rr kkI viKPtnor | nai fftefnin. .\iilipli.. 
II. 5. ^iQjlov M«i «rdtitroi' u)'^ew;row. II. 7, u rf yoflos - —ftfjiiiorfyoi' 



xovTca Totovroji ovz' axoirig i) ^i6^ 
11(01' rod' }j lioAwjTt^' Oh'i'f-ii^ Jtiipj/ loyia mkmk tbu mas. viilg, Tlal't. Bgk, Niintk, vai koya, xcnsii Stiiii. 
xov ioym k'«xk Botii. Herm. Dind. II. (Cf. Aj. 813 El 'st Ci UJS 
iitso oil 747 nhove.) v.ttl Xoytav jr^pn Wund. (v. Emend p 1&4 t ) Diiid 
lierw. Wecklein. Wnnder compares Eiir. Iph. T, 9CtO I* rotai ■9'«ufi« 
fliofei «ol liv^mv ni^a \ zaS' iidov avtii ie. 839. ^itiiiatbiv Tcega Mtti 
^oyou jreoooj Tcid an^sSo!. Hec, 714. Hpgijr , ai'ioi'oftKCrK ^cufiaroji 
jispK. Ariat. Av. 416. stnteza xdi «^e« xJiiEt!',. 1701 la navr aya^u 
Tc^attovtis, !•> usi^ia loyov, jUsch. Prom. 507. fiij vvv ^QOzove n v taips) i 
itaiQoi xsQa. Hesych: jciga loyov, VTcig Xoyov. And thus he thinks real 
Cicero, who translates: '0 laulla dtciu grania, perpessu aspera.' But Ci- 
i^ero's 'diclii gravia' certalnlj seetits to correspond rather with ncti l6yo> 
MKKK. The corruption therefore, if such It lie, ranst have existed even 
in his day (cf. on Ant. 905 f.). Perhaps Sophocles wrote xb! ^v%y kbmk, 
or Mai ipgeelv kkxb, 'liot/i in mi'nrf' (corresponding to the 'a£qiie ammo'' 
of Cicero), or xagSiei: anxof. Or ««!. ^(jajt'ociji (1090). Or val loyeix-Xveti'. 
Or 01 TcoXla Sf) xai StQi^ti .uaj^'sas iyia | xal zfpci xbI vmioici xci 
atSQVOis (1090) xa-aa. Schneid. explains xat Xoym in the ^nse of xal Xi- 
yfiv 'net rfiWu/ Coll. El. 761, JEsch. Prom. 197. aXyetva /tiv ftoi »al if- 
ytiv IotIv taSs. And he puts a comma after 9'tQiXDi and Xoym. 

1047. khI z^eoi- ""t vdzotet] Cf 1089. w :[f>£s ifpfS, 1 « ""tk ««' 

Xf^ol B. K. L. T. V. Turn. Br. (laeitlyj Herm. Wund. Dind, Ihirt. 
XHgl A. Harl. Aid. Sclin. Cf 1089. 

■xal vta-cotai] xuvvoiaiai Hart, xai erigvoiat Wetki,, coil. 1090. To 
a,ii8wer to Cicero's 'slqne amnio.' For Cicero translates , 'corpore exancliiUi 
alipie ladiiio perlalV A conjecture far more ingenious thim probable, »aJ 
ru toil" ('for Ifiem,^ the Greeks^ for Mai vmzoiei, is mentioned by Mitch. 
This refers more particularly, it woald seem, to liis l>earing Atlas ou lii.s 
slioiilders. See ApoUod. 11. 5. 11. Wund. Introd. II. §. 6. Cf 1090. a rmxa 
Kctl — §gaxiovts- The plural vimtk is often used of 'tie back,' 

1048. KOvnia the mss. ovTca Wund. (v. Emend, p. 156). 

HXOiTiB ^ ^iDSJ Cf._ 732. jiatSl xai mvTrjs. Aj. 101. irnrfs 6 loi) 
AaBQT{ov. Ant. 1181. StsfiaQttc t^v Kqiovtos. 166. 955, I'liil. 1411. 
avStjv i))j' HgaxXiovs. vEach. Clio. 799. Mufs o Maiaq, 

aKoitis — EvQv<i9tvi] See Wund, Introd. I. §. 2. 3. On .Tiino'-i 
hatred t.f Hercules v. Horn. !1. |'. 253. o'. 27. n'. 119. r'. 95 f Kiir. 
Hrrc. 1303. 

1049. jipou&ijKSi'] 'Set me, imposed upon me.' Cf. Ant, 21C, vitateftui 
ID) TouTo ^aera^fiv TtgoQts- 

atvyvoq} 'Hateful' Wakefield renders !t '.hirnn,' coll, Virg. G. Ill, 
4. 'Euryslhea durum: 

\m>\. SoX&nii\ 'AHfnl- looking,' Qx\. ilnlonuuii (S.".2.), 

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1051. xu&'>iil}Bv\ 'lias iitlae/ieii.' liitr. Rlies. '203. okeuj) ^{/tTzavroi^ 
aafi ifiov Kc&aif'Ofici. Eur. Hyps. Kr. I. &vQ<ioti!c xal vf^gUv iogcrtV 
] MBfl'ttJiTOS. Qn. ngoariil/sf or iifir)lliev. Cieero; 'qiitr, lateri I'i/iim'p'is, 
morsii lacfrat viscera.' Hor. Epod. III. 17. 'n-i- jhwuns humeri': efprnols 
fferculU I innrsil isstuosius.' 

i/ioig] iftor Tj. pr. 

'E^ii'I'd'oh' a. B. K, t. T. viilg. 'Eeivvoiv Diml. .fa^ 
'EpitiKBP rqiBriavJ ' Wow'?" //)/ the Furien.' Cf. on Ant. r221. Su 
Aj. 1034. ag' ovx 'E^tvvg %ovz' ixdlxevee ^irpog, \ Kuwftvov —"A'Sii^: 
iEsph. Ag. 1580. iSaiv vifajixots Iv ninlotg 'EQivvttiv. 991. ■^g^Kov 'Epi 
vt'OS. Lyc^phr. 405. Eqivviov tuxquv jrnyjjv. 

1052. vfiq>(§li]azQO*] 'ISef.' From tt/i^ipullfii- (Ant. ;t44.), i. -|. 
jitgi§ai.Xiiv , 'to tlirmv around, enclose, calr/i.' The tunic is thus designa- 
ted, in tlie folds of wliloh Agamemnon was cunght, .^si:li. Clio. 492. fi(- 
llvrjBO S' afttpi^lrintQov , ra a' iitaiviaav (perluips — (os Ixaivieae). The 
word octnra hIro jEsfh. Ag. 1332. aTtngov afiipipltjtitQov aaaeQ Ix^vav. 
Prom. 81. Kur. Iph. T. 90. Menand. up. Poll. X. 132, K(i(pi^iq'iltem vtgi 
^ulUrai. Herod. I. 141. la^tiv anipi'pkiieiQOv xal jitQtfiaXiir re izlii- 
*os JioXlov tUv Ix^vbtv xal i^nQveai. II. 9.1. -S. Matth. Evang. IV. 18, 
Conipare the similar use of Sitttvov, Msdi. Ag, 1084. Si'vtvov — AiSu 
[also of a garment). 360, q r' l«l Tgoias ni^yoiq ^^«Xf? | ajtyavov 

SiKTvav Prom. 10SO. ^ntguvtov tfi'muoi' arijs, C'ifiero: ' //nr me Ir- 

retivil vexle fio'lali inneiiaii.^ 

1053. n^offua^'^ff I Schol: 7t^oBKoXl>i9tP. Arist. Rq, 81!i xal jc^ot; 
tovtoig aQiaTWE^ (ty jiolfi) row nuQinia «QQaip.a'%tv (.Theiiiistorle.fl). 
Theoci', XII. 32. off Si «s ji§oOfiK^)) yXvtigiaiiQa jfEiifeu jf/Iij. Cf. 7(17, 
irpoajiTVGSfrai \ xKevgaiaiv agiiKoXlag. 833. Tteocio'Kfi'TDs iov. 830, 

*)( flfv - fM fff - I tEd. B. 27 f, Ei, 713. Aiit, 427, Ilerud. 
HI. 3G. 

.^cj^orasj I. e, letaiaras, 'ike inmost.' 

1054. ^i^poiKf Gae«ag\ Eur. Med. 1188, JifVioi tff JIfnroi, GUiv ry 

■^ivlvftovoi B. T. V. Turn. -nXfVfiovog (supr, v a m. pr.) L. Junt, II. 
Br. Dind. Bgk. aXsv/iovag A. Ilarl. Aid. jt J tufidvap Silvern, prob. Hern., 
Cicero seems to have read Trlfvtioviav , for he translates pWnion;™ spfri'h™, 
Qh. 3iJfi!f[on(s r' BeTijpitfjg ^. Cf, Eur. tV. Iop. 90. oiroL; wsffocag jtvfv- 
ftoviov ^ii^^Qovg, 

1055. ^otpfij I. ((. hitlvu, '/ihsorlis, lousimes.' C(. El. 784. ijdf 
jie fiti'Stiiv §Xiiprj \ iovotxoe itv iioi, rovplv imi'vove' Rfi | ifx'li 
uxgajov Ki'ftB. Ariat, Nub. 712. nerl Tijv ipv^'^v ixm'vovaiv {«<■. of xoiiiigj 
Cicero: 'irrgensque ffraviler piihnonum lianril spiTitiim.' Ovid, Met, IX. 'JOl 
' putmonibvK errat \ ignii edam imis perqne omi/es pancilur atluf.' 

' - ~ii. C. 12-t8. Ph. 1IS3. EL 78G. 

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xoj' TfiVTa ^nyxv itsSiiis , m'rf' " y^ysviig 

«!( I ipijifjs foieHTOi' nifiK lath Cho jiC tpijiuc — ofKpnroi etinti 
wi'ezai. Cicero /an decoloi on sannainem orniem exsorbial 

Xi-oiQav] FttsR, Itvtny' I e 'mg life hlaod ''chol utoi; ^ *fi(@oi' 
Ckero renders ^lieeolorem Ct 847 aHiviov jlmgav — Saxgi lav k^ikv. 
Eur. Hei. 128 tov AxiiUiov Mjipo* atefpavoiv \ wifittTi j^iopoi -.choU 
tfcgw, 5 J era jTgoD^ttto) Musgr nd Cycl h7 

1066 irenraHtv B K L nsiiTanifv A Hiil AM 

Sisrp&aQ(iai A. K L T vulff *t*qD&Hei«i B CI m Ant iOfi. 
l.iiciim, as Wakefield roraarka, appeirs to havi, liad this pftss^g^ in view 
Dial. D i.III , where ^E^culapms thus jeors Hercules ote Jtg^Tjv avjjl- 

pera rovro tov jripoff Cicero 'lia tlbgatus pesle itUenmor tecclth 

1057. tt<pQaaxtfi\ ' Unpereetved , unexpeeted, iitexplicahle , myslerious.'' 
Schol: KjieoctfoRifrffl, avtvvo^tai, ^ aXHta ^ wEpl ijs ovk ixsc ite qiffdott- 
a&ai, Tcg efij i^r q51!lI^^' . Cf. 694. EL 1262. tf^piferoiB (Sfijirtos t', Hesiod. 
ap. Athen. X. 428 C. avv re noStig Zf^Q"^ ^^ ^i" yUoaaav re_ wo'ov re 
1 ^softote Kcpptforotci (sc. olvos). ^acli. Pers. 170. (tf^'f"'' avgcozog. 
Cho. 180. (fiKyotfe aqiQaOTDi. Eiir. Hipp. 820. MJjlis aipQaarog. Toiip 
(Em. II, 101.) compares Plutarch. Csss. p. 155. vXmSitg ro^ovg ««' xqog- 
^oXag BipQaerovg ^%ovttig — SisX&itv &c. Similftrly 1104. t-oiflfjq vie' 
nijjE. .^sch, Cho. 493, xiScat ^' ^X'si'itsvtoi.g i^ijQiv&ris, JioTfe 
Eur, Med. 1170, aaQXig S' — yta&fioiTs aS^loig ipaQfiaxoiF a'lifftQfov 
Seneu. Here. (Et. 1260. 'guid me milnere octulto peas'!' 

1053, KOv tbSxk] xoSt «uc« Elmsl. Prtef. CEd. R. p. XXXVl, 
Otherwise in the following clauseE ovS'f would ho retjiiired for ouif. 

Xoyxi] TisStds (JlffiStHS K.). '^a anny dratira up bt battle array on 
ih& open pkiin.' All engagements made with foes of an ordinary hind, 
drawn up in battle array, soom meant, Sohol: ^ iv tm jtsSim §ali.o 
liSvrj' ^ £jtil Ev z^> SeaeakiKa iteSC^ iaaxieato Jtpos KivxavQavg - 
^ h ns^oitaxi^. 9tltt yag etnBtv on avTt naQBTKzxoiisvog , oTov nghg 
AaoiiiSovia, oSie wpos AvyiCav q Kevxavgovg. Cicero freely renders 
it, 'Iwslilis dexlra.'' Wakefield understtinds if of an army drawn rip in 
liiio of battle. Wunder explains it similarly of tlie spears of an army 
drawn out in battle array, i. a. itn army so equipped, Kightly, I 
think. TlsStag occurs Evir, Bhes. 283. xiSticg nfiagiros. Ant. 420. 'il^ 
xtSiaSos._ CI on (Ed. C. 1312. ol vvv %vv intic ra|s<f( ivv satd is ] 
ioy);«^S tb AtjP'JS tsS^oii itft^Effraoi vvv. llor. A. P, 379. 'Ladere qui 
nesclt, vampestribtis abstinet armis.'' Qn. ^oyj;ij exiSios, 'a force fisMing 
in close combat, in kand-io-hand fii/ht.' Compare B%iSia /luxT], and .^scli, 
Cho. 157. extdia i ciuioxouro! voj^top {Aqtig) pilij. Or toyx>} maSiog 
(i, ij. exaSaios, of. maSli) vep,iv!] in Homer, Thuc. IV. 38; and ataSttia 
ry%ri in .Ssch, Pers. 240.). Or nanoz'. Or thus: kov ztivta z^iQ to- 
ifjiios {Cic! ^ hosttlis dexlra'). 


yvi'!] lis . ft^At.'i' rpv6n xdi'x nv^Qoq (fvijiv . 

nv&' — nuih — ouit-' — nj"t' — ov9'] Rciid nvi" - f.F;,Sf Si^:. Vi, 
nil Aj. 428. (E.I. R. 1422. They usually defend ouie ;iltur ou, on tlia gii.iiiid 
(iiat oo if) here put for oi"r£. But this is far from satiEfauloiy. 

yijYfviis oTQeiTOg riydnzmv] Apollod. f. 6. 1, m Sh jifp! Tirii 
vail ayavaxtovaa ysvva riyartag i^ Ovgnvov. Knr. Heru. 178. roi'ei 
y^g P>.aBz^li,ttaiv \ Tiytiai. Cicoro' 'wtn ieiTa eilita ' moles Gif/ri'Unm, mn 
hifm-malo impetii \ Cenlaiirus,' tie conba ot lie c les with tlie piaiiLs 
nee Wund. Introd. H. g. 1.; on that n tl tl e Ce ta re II. g. 4. 

1050. tfijpsios P^n] I. a ^iigtov § a (38 iq; to §'av, tf. uii .\j,49.1. 
' l/ie mighly Cenlaias.'' Lat. fpn ne Ct 1 ''a Slipvrj r.' HfiixTnv 

ijr^o§aiiDva BTQatov \ &t]QS)v &,c 5o6 116" '■u C ceto: ^non bifui-Hud.> 
iiupetu CeiUaaniii.^ Tlie Schol n tl less probnbilit understands it of ivild 
■heastB in general, Ieovtos, "dpng KiQ^tQOV ^a xov loinmv. Cf. Eiir. 
Here. 1271. noiovs nor' ^ Xiovrag Tj TQteioiiuzovg \ Tvq)avas ij riycv- 
tttg q TStQttOxgl^ I «ivr.avQonlt]9ri noXifiov ovx l^^vvaa; 

3-ijeiiog A. B. T. AM. &rJQio; K. L. — ^i'ki (aic) L. 

1060. EXAdg] Some (as Wak. Ileviii, Diiid.) uiideraiaud civ^q. ISekit. 
Anei:^. 1.^7, 'EXXdg .6 avTis . Eo<f oh! ijg An vTi lotiim Matlh &i it 11 
aim. -2. Buttm. g, 63. anil. 6. Enr. Phcen lo09 ng EUag n pfippnpo^ 
tj —-; Similarly tpairdai Tirfgois Eui Pli 103S Sthneidc mh s p|li 
yrefn. Wakefield, thinking aylioaaos would ill accord >Mtli jnin iindti 
stands aviiQ or porliaps Pi'k. Cii;ero (w!io tiinalites iioi Otala vi «u 
harbara ulla immaiUlas ') apparently understood pia Eilag is iisualh It 
miuine. Phil. 323. 'EUirdos azol^s- t-ni Andi 169 FXlag jcolig 

aylaaoog] I. c. 'barbarian (not Greek). Schol: KnKoyiwooos, ^ag 
0«eog, t] aXXoyltnaoog. Pollux I. 109, ayiwacov Sotpottliif tov (tf(r 
Wuiid.) ^KePnjo* eiTctv. II. ^'. 867. Soph. Aj. 12G3. Arist. Av. 199. Vf. 
■ICsdi. roes. lot. ^ filv 'ElXaStt \ xX^gos iaxovea yaCav, ^ Si, pKQ^ttgnv. 
Piud. Istli, V, 21. ovS fSTiv ovTio Bagpagog aoSi KaWyyXataois Jiohf. 
KTtg ova aiet Jljjis'os als'os. Qiu i] aXXoyXiaaaoB loz ovt' Kyliocoos- 

amjp] Qu. oatoi' , and tig for Jtto in next line. 

1061. yalav KR^Kt'poiv] Cf. 1011. Arist. Veap. 1043. ri/g x'°Q"S r^efit 

1062. 9riXvg ovua koum dvSgog qioeiv the inss. vulg. Diiid. U'lind, 
Selin. Bgk. I. e. d'^lrs oufl« kouh nji#§os rpvetv (se. ouoa, i. o. — Kivi 
(lira npcfsem qiuffK, or ^inrip ovett). But such a con si ruction is ppipiosuil 
mid unnatural. Schol: litnn Iiovqk. But such an ellipse is impossible. 
Wunder defends the expression evSgag ^ivmv oven, referring to iiis note 
on Aj. 760, oetig av^gianov tpvaiv \ plaerav &c- Reiske conj: &ijlvv 
axovoti »ov% HvSgog cpvetv. Miidge: &qXvs kovx k'xova' fti'tfeog cpijcii* 
(Adopted liy Horm.) Vakk. ad Herod. VIII. 38: S-^Ibs oiea uovh nv- 
<*eos <pvaig, (And so Krl'. Uf. (Ed. E, 369. S'vatei q-veig ovieaiv.) Ilait^ 
d'^Xvg, ovK sxovo' avSgog rpvaiv. titeinhart: Ofjlv ifvoit xdux dvSgiis 
tpveiv. CWlich conjecture had also occurred to myself.) Kaiiek: S'ijXvg 


8 ^*a a BB ^ WWBffS .*MB 

q^uore HoiiK (irdpos (i. u. KouJT avSgticev) rpvBiv. (Cf. Aj. 760. ivi'^pwiroti 
?HJ6(v ^Xaariav. 11, J'. 180. ij d' «p fijii fl'tfov yEvos, otn( nl'ffeiojrui*'. 
/Escjh. Chu. 4rt5. a-^lw neoiuds «■' ofin-S yovnv. Aj, 1004.) Qii. ffflJi-s 
orore Moiin npijp qiiieiv. Or &^ii! y' owffre xokk reviKpos (piJOfMs. (Cf, 
"u Aj. 100-1.) Or %iilv y (or ^jjIuk), ouS' i%ova ttvSgiig qjticn'. Oi- 
9-qliii' aioven — qivaiv (witli KisiBlie). Or rattier &ijlvv ipvea — ipvaiv. 
Cf. EI. 007. yvyfj ii'rv nvS' iiv^g frpvg. riLil. 7!). fjoitfn, Jrnf, ipoeu of fi^ 
TinpvKoia I loi.nirn ipravEft. Eur. Med. 017. yvvii Si Q/jf-v «nnl Suhqvois 
tq^p. Or 1203. to eiafite S' iv yvvai^i, frijitfctis TlQiTtov. II. & , ri'Ht. 
O'ljiurfpni Sf yivmitie lui tlic km fljjJ' s U Oil i' 4(7 ^^li's pfpii/;, 
1-ni BmlUi 8^6 &>]liv urti rni rroJiji Iki. tt<'> ^ijlw oTTOQar. 
llitoir Will 24 ffjjlwff »foi«in 

H)bS (toi ij — •paayKini! Six^l V m lliul ip ^0 yDjinii' nrfp 
KtiQi&os rt Atil 'yjEos 1.1 \j 4h4 111 Jl fCrl K I'll nj;fii«os noi"'- 
SfjiF Ctimect Howij Ai) cf vu AiLt III 

11*4 yi-vno not nnig hiitvftog y ynji,| ' / t io iiii n mi (ra/y /.cy/ii 
(<■'/ ./ «, 11 o .<»-% (-/ -«,)' 1 <■ >■"' if^eos .1 ir«K Lilt. >,,/;,« 
;j(mf i%»Hs bUioI flfigoji TO(s fgy'S "" "In^i'S f% ' ffgnulinvs 
'■X'l^ TO trpos timo 'O itiU ictc liti 111/iiK.ti iibinpii iiiiliC Cf. 1 Iij7. 
fgijKfK 6 Fvit I ipnittb nirntos ml' nriip t;tOb MrtU( IIJO (vXa^oo 6i 
ii/l qpiLvi/s HffUns ysyfos Aj 472 fiij TDi ipvotv y aaxlayxvos hi ■Kfi'vnn 
yfyioq Liir Ipli A 40fi Sti^tig lit not juoi jroripos f Trtwiou yfyois; 
1\ uuiliii cihihe (l laleitt iii me, i/itt veie si\ filial- meat, ' Wiikulielil ii<jL 
Hiiliout luisuii hiiils Ijult with jFroii — yfytos, but Ins niijtttiiro tfKvo'n 
jtyios IS ot (our-ji m.i<liiinsi1»li. Ct Phil 470 tKfifjs (ijii, ajooipo 
nnq) imnvjiat 70 fgoidn, wnt, gjiOEi <it fiij jrtqotwOTre | roiavrit ipia 
inv I woiilrl lioivuiei i,oiinect ytyme, iiot witli yevov, liiil with ntUi 
TiiT7iiog Qu ipavij^i nret's jr/jTUfiog ysyras (i,f 1 12J ecin^nw iJf pij 
rptivfji KttKoe ytyiBs) Oi ytvou jini {oi qonuj^i) ^KVig hntviuag f(i6s. 
(Ii yfvou fioi JtfHff hritvfiog (jr Itijtv^ws) T'oj'SIS Or frrj-cvflog qiveiv. 
Or ywot fio< wnis fUjiupme, f*( (ct 1070) Iltri-tiles «ityB this, mi- 
cuiisoijHh thftt Dciauira is iliunly ilfiud 

lOhS nQte^fvaijc] 'Hnnotir in piefeteiice fil Ti/iqa^s. Ili'syi;h! 
noio^ft fiv ji^oTifiKv fifynliniii tiir lli|ip 5 zoirg fit* eifiovTas 
rnita XQeepfva, upKT); (Monk) Msili Ag 1271 (Btcint t.l.) Cliu. 496. 
1 2'i hum 1 iiui Alt 304 Ehei, 038 

10b6 xt^oiv tfaii' CHIOS —1 Qu ifgnii' ffftefiKtoi, ^ll^J3) i^ oiKOy 
in^toj' Cicero 'Hue antpe ad iiie, mantbiu, ubshaclaia pits \ Jinn ir.vnime 
meiie an illam poUorcia pules ' 

1067 ^s i^ C K L T 

(>S ilSw — ] ScIdI it« iia9<> norfQnv tJt'p ^jioi loffouMos ijinf(, 
orftii iSfie 10 fla(K< tijs Jtliavstgag nag *fiou piftirrOfifJ of xki Sixmias 

, Google 

2'.\2 XOn>0K AKOTi. 

ft Tot'iiot' niyti^ (irAAoc )j xii'vtjg cpoJi' 

Icafitjtnv ildog iv diHij XttKorjiicO!'. 

i'9'', ca Tixvnv , ro'/(n?Ooi' , oi'xtiiQiv rt fif Iut^i 

jtO^Aoffftv oixTQOV, oaug siOrs icecQd'ii'ag 

(itfiQVXK xlititov' xfd t66' ovft^ av tig xorf 

TovS' KvdQtt (pm>i nQooQ' idttv iSfS^KXorti. 

kKK' ttStBvaxzog alev jtJto'jMjv xaxoig- 

tiSei] eidw L. pr. i'^ca Naitck. (Cf. on 1276.) But tl. 678. wg hlS'ijs 
riirav. Ph. 238. onras tlSm zlq it. 083. 

1068. TOU/iof rj KEirviis] So 485. rttCvov te kuI o'ijv — idgiv. Kiir 
E). 303. ayytkl' 'Oeiety r«.tnJ Kaxcirov kkkk. Piicen, 484. roijiiv ri 

^ netVljs] I. 0. ri lo wiViis- Cf. on 356. Kl, 091. -^nl tm liynvi 
uni Kliioj-il <Fu>jiaios. 1498. (Ed, C. 808. 
neivTig (not Hf^vqs) also L, 

1069. iv SiK-g of course applies only to Deianira, KaHOviiivov tu 
both. Dindorf eiplains iv fiiiit) us put for tos ^v dt'njj. Naiick suHpeuls 
that this line is an interpolation, and Dind. is disposed to think the samu. 

1070. i9', a t4K*oj', tiiliirjaov — ] Cf. Arist. AtJi. 489. rroifiijeor, 
i&i, jiojpijooi', «yt(fiB( Mnpims. Phil. 481. idlfiijco*, ifi.pctXov ft' ojiij 

ToifiijooJ') 'Make up yottr iidnU to, deiyn, venture (to i;oniply with my 
request).' fEd. C. 184. loAjto; — to q^tUoi' oe^sa^ai. El. 1051. ours ynp 
ou rnft' i'jilj 1 tolflKS iitatvtiv &c. 

otiiitiedi' M fi* vulg. oftiMipoi' d* fif Urub. Bened. Qu. ot'iiciipdt' 
tl /iS. Or Tol/ijjfloi' oiKti^pfii' (or olxiciQiti) t.I /li. Or olKiiiQfiv tjis, 
Cf. Arist. Veep. 327. toi-ntjeov, ava^, iaQ£aKa9ii£ /loi. Niib. 550. Bui 
the common reading is supported by Phil. 481. llei'orl. VIII, ,)7. till' - 
c^i Hai Jieigei. 

1071. TtoUoieiv oI«tq6v'\ 8iihneid. esplHins nollofaiv 'hi the cf/cn o/ 
many.' So <Ed. K, 8. 6 tcHgi kXsCvos OlSiitovs tuilov^tvog. Cii:eri> . 
'Miserere: geiiles nostras jlebunt miserias.' Perhaps it may mean 'in many 
respects.' Qu. top aaaiv olKtgov, or novotaiv oikiqov, or tov aliCaroi' 
nlyttQiiv, or nolX' ovzk y' oiHtQov. 

1071 f. oezig — naMofs] Compare what Tecmessa says of Aj. 317— 23 

1071. San] mOzis L. in test and lemm. schol. Cf. li. n:', 7. ijuTf 
HitiQrt I vrixiri &c, Eur, Tro, 744 f. 

1072. ^e^puzk] Schol: ava^ow. Aluiphr. I, 35. KXalovta fit ta'i 
Pgvxaiiivov. In Homer (II. v'. 393. ji'. 486) we have ^s^Qv^btg to de 
note the ery of one lying mortally wounded. Cf. Traeh. 904. 1072. (T,d, 
E. 1265. Hence the Latin rugiu. Biffgvxtt is formed from ^Qvzaoiiai, 
just as itijivxa from fiuKnoftret, fiijii]«« from (iijKKOfim. V. Buttm. Lejil, 
§ 36. The verb is used of any loud sound or cry. 

ulaiatv the mss. vulg. kXuiov Dind. 

H«l ro'd'J Qu. oEov, 'a thing such as.' 

1074. aativoKTOg] Cf. 1200. Eur. Hec. BSO. and on CEd. K. ycfi. 
Similar intransitive verbal adjectives are aSmQVtog (1200). aKXitmog, Sd^Q 
xioe, aviX^iaros, aipoKTOg, aoTeatcvtog , atpvXanros , aMQuxtog, ayiXtt- 
tnoe, ajcvsvattts . aSeaarog. 



vvv d' fx totovrov d^Aus rivqrifim Tcilag. fOI^ 

xnl vvv jiQoGil&av 6t^&i jtXtj0iov jtnTQog. 

GxillJKl tf' OltOiaq TKVTK 6V(l(pOQ<is VXO 

aeitov&n' ffst'lw yaQ tbS' ix xcilv[i(i«rav. 

I'Sov , &SKC&S itKvres a&liov difiag , 

ogntB zov Sv'tfrijvov , o^s otxtpog ix^- '""'^ 

B s, 

laitotiijv tlie msB. vtilg. tiTloftijv Scliol. on Aj. 317. (and no doubt 
Jiere ;v!so) ElmBL ad. lletud. 631. Wiind. Diud, Sclin. Ilarfc. Nek, So ^vs«x<> 
liijv and ^vfix^M^ "''i^ confounded (v. Elomf. ad .^sch. Cbo. 7.f5.), Schoh 
vrclftQov aecv victiiov. Tlio expression tnsa&at hbkoss is a, strange one. 
I'-vils do not uaiially require to be followed nfter. I ahouM therefore prefer 
tixoariv, wbich Meineka, 1 Hnd, also projjoses. Cf. Phil. 1097. ^%ei xvtrt 
riiS . Ant. 1141. Herod. I. 35. avp,qiOQii EjOfievog. Aj. 2T2. olaiv frxtt' 
tv KttKOi's. 1145. Iv «axb> jfifitofog i/^fro. Or ^jcowfujji {Arist. Kij. 924). 

1075. Cf. Aj. 650 f. 

h toiovTOvl 'from beiiig such.' Cf. 281. ^J ol§imv njiji"" ivQOV- 
fftft ^(011. Schol; i^ iaxvQOv yiyova ne^ev^q. 

#51iie] ' Woninnish, weak.'' Fr, 144. S-ijlve liiv avrog, aQQivag 6' 
ix^eovs fz"""- ^J- ^f"- -^scli. Prom. 1039. <fo0>j&sig S^tjlvvovs yecij- 

fVQTlltai the tnS5. vulg. rjvgtlinei Dind. '/ /tave been found io be, I 
have become' Cf. 452. Hor. Ep. II. 1. 112. 'bvoeniur Parthis mendaclor.' 
lOTS. nlijoiov] PerhiipB itlijaios- Cf. on Aj. 11C8. 

1077. eni-^at S' the mss. vulg. Read eni'^ai. &', 'and hehotd.' And 
so read Nauck. Dind. 

1078. raS' A. K. L. T. lo'a' B. 

fK v,aXvftjiar<ov\ I. e. f|(o KaluftjiKroif , 'witluitU cooering.' (Com- 
pare tlie similar force of K3to CEd C 300 ^jro gtnqpoE ) Thom M p 
318 ij ii tetiv oTt Mnt iwrt row f|ft> ttffftai II § 130 f-i piitiuv 
Od T 7 ^K Kaavov JEsi^i Ag 672 i« rmv rpeojiijiioi jigoiittlup 
pttiBJV tjclivct \lso \j 215 K«efi Knlofifneci kqi ipa/ltvov i\ 1468 Ex 
Kalvfifiarov oclutb in its ibual sensi. ^ii<.h Ag 117S utci iiijv a ];91 
nfios otiKfr £K xalufifiwrioi' | (■ctki #Edo(iK(Os itoyafioir viiiipr/s dotijp 
Qu ajTo KniufifiKTUf {o'jro and ^« being f-onstantlj interchanged 

1079 !dov &£ae&f] \nst Acli 166 idov frtaowi — ]■ | Ol? 
till Uerc 1131 Addresbet to those aiotinl 

1080 Somavov K L pi (snpr ij a m int ) 

1081 aJ at a. taXas f e A B K Aid at c [ f f 1 a «i c 
lalas al at (supr £ s i ni rec) L alat talaq ( n jreleienue lo i io 1 
mi IS aim, CI Talai) Dind ttiai m rnlns alai Naucfc 

1082 f#aJtipsj' BTijs OJiKirnos] ffl'tviip */i — Walet i&«li^t p 
— Ilernt Eightly tf on 710 Qu ifl-al^s p at ti>, (ti nti^is) 
Sobol. jckXip llfmipoHif .u£ o ii/g voaou ajiaapiig. Nautk tonjectuiea 

f&ultptv^ 'Has burnt me.' Schol: (^mvgmai pt. Cf. El. S85. 9dl- 
Jiii tmS' avi/nicTia tcoqi. ..Escli. Prom. 87D. Siiltv, vjco p' av a^axi- 
Jog 1 KK( ip^fconAijytts paviai 9alTiovo (schol; vitiKKaiavdi), \ ofuipoii 

.,Goog ; 

SOfHOK lEorz 

fM(i?.i!'i !>' ririji; ii!r{<i}{iv~: «(i 

r^'fiV "A" ('.i- 

^(()gf T^fi'pwr. ovA' f'r/vuy 

r«JTor f( ^ jV; 

foiKiv ^ TiUiavi! (im(3dpog > 


iovi'4'Ai:dti, dsi.c.1 ft'. 

(i zliog nxrlg^ jtaieov fi' ' 

86 # « 1 

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« C Phi _ li PI 

^iKinii'). /Eat'li. Prom. 134. -xtvnnv yiip «j;™ t^i-v^nq iii^%tv KvrQmv pr 
znv {fivjnvY). Above 566. ate^veav SieQQoi^r/gev. 

ovS' ayvfiviteTOV ji' iuv ] mitev ») r((I«ivn| The present liiv si'eiriK 
oly'ectionabie; for the sense reunites t)io future. Qu. nvS* ayppvnaTnv 
li' f'ri I lom' iaaeiv raXavn ~. 

1084. «t«|So9os the 11185. vulfT. Diml. Wund. Nek. <l(«^opn« llhi.l. - -.lim. 
llenii. Bglt. 

Si(c0oQOii voang\ '(Imaviny discimc' I'liii. 7. poow Kfctivo'nfoi't i^ 

1085 — 6. One line in T. Tiini. Tlir iiietiu iis V.\. 1161. 

1085 avai"Ai,Sii Si-iat (t' viilf; ,1, vh^ aUi Kiim /tt Valtk, ii.l 
Mi['|> 137S ((.oil Aj 660 aiA' avro I'tig "Jidijs rs irwfnFtwi/ Mn'r«\ 
nhtdi r fiiid Mnsgnvo alfio prujiusei. (Jii m vig Aitinv, hf^ax it'. Il 
i> not uiilikelj that the reHcling ava^ iiept iii here tiom tll8T The H' 
potitioii ot it iH certainly wk^isinl Ct Phil 819 tj /ntn, Afgivi ^nvn 
Kittov jt' Suits ejDJ 

m 'viti A B T MFteg K L 

ft' B T j*« A K L Harl A1<1 

108i> saieoi] n-ffao?/ /i' Hoim ill Hut jiitb W ii.ri irtwu V«l,:l<. 
jid Hipp Id78 (0 jrateov (or ffnioov ^t) i,o(g Hem '-ihol n Kfpffri'f, 
(i*( fi£ Pffloii Vir? in IV 2i 'I'alu ommpotci'! ,i li i 'I m falmvie 
ad nmbtasJ' 



xiirtQ , m^avvov' daivvzca ynp av Tiriliv . 

ijv&rix6v. i^biQiitjXsv. a ^f'p^S X^Q^S- 

w vara xrcl ffti'pi'', m ipilot fiQfixioveg . Ififift 

vfielg ixeEvoi 5^ K«§-t<fE«ft', o" nota 

Neiidfts Bvoixov, ^ouxoAoi/ (Hkctoqk, 

11187. naieov, ivatieov\ Ant. 1273. &£0( - .uf'v" P^pos^ ('" h">" 
tnaioiv , iv S {(r r'i) i'leiatv tiygiaig oSoig- 

fVosiffocJ 'Htirl upon me.' Lat. U'iciile, mbrii.' Kl. 7S7. li^iit ill' 
lariov Kt'Iretfoj' ivaeiaits &o«fg I reralnts. Liitiaii. ile iii. i-. 2f. si's oi'of 
^fftiK^eoc ipseoiv iiMtoTOV haioHxa. Possibly ivatiaov may ho iiitrHii- 
sitive here, as tveiCfiv iivX 'to rush vMenlly upun a person' Diixlur. Sii:. 
Xlll. 40. and t/V tiva XIV. 60. 

-HV«| A. B. K. cSi'wl L. 

f7nKr«c>tij!('0i'] ' Oiirl down itpoit we."" .^stli. Tecs. 5Ii. iironoi', ii 
iVQaais f'l'KfiTJCK^i/iti' ^*ds. Pind. P. III. 101. at9oiv di Tttgavvn? ht 
•ixijilif fin'enJ'- Hetod. VII. 10. tor rntait' Kwoojiijjtiei 0iXia. Pind. 
\. X. 8. xtQavvatS-iiart Jiog ^elteiv. 'EyxtiTifeft^jiTtiv (useii nf tlio 
litiigue) is intransitive Thiii:. n. 47. 

1088. Kegavvov] 'Of Uty tlmnderhuU.' .Escli. Bejit. 453. Mtgavvov Jtf 
piv |?s'ios ixtaii&ot. Wakefield tbinlts the j)assage will lie more forcihlw, 
il' we rend v,eq«vvov as a verb, 'fa/miiw 'le feri.' But r.fQiivvov wuiilil 
111 agi'ce witb tlie aorists Svofiaov iind iynKXKBurjipoii. 

Saivvrtu] 'It is denoitring, is preying upon me.' CI. 771, I'os oJs fl^ni 
Vina. Scbol: iad-lti jie ^ voaog. 

1089. ijvd'ii'xsv^ 'It han duml forth, ktis put forth.' Sc. it voaog, o 
enaaiiog (1Q82— 4V Cf. 1000. p,aviag av^og. And on Ant. 9fi0. '^v&fiv 
is :i medical word, for which Wakefield refers to Hippocr. Ind. F'us. He 
i|iioles ArettetLs p. 2. ivTiv9ev nqjia rer&*fv (ho Wakef. jtjjjxni'&i?' vulfr.) 
ff(?j;tT«t. Cf. Plut. Syll. Se, Eoooiiroi' ^Ifj^a'st (q rdcoe). Miir. 17. jiw- 
gf.zog i^iivS'tia^v avrm. TLuc. II. 49. ^IvKzaivaig j^ixgalg mi'i tlneaiv 
f'^i]v9iinhs {aaiia). Eur. Ipli. T. 300. ag aifiatiiQOV nilavov i^avS-fiv 
nXog. JEseh. Ag. 668. Pers. 46. Lncian, D. mort. XX. 4. ifXvv.Taiveiig 
oIoK ilijt^fjMOjj. Compare too our medical terms ' ea'aiil/iem , exanthem- 
/ilous.' Similarly Pliii. 259. n ^' f"^ voeog | at'i ri&^Ki kutcI iifCSov gg- 
Xsiai. Schol: ijvd'jjKtv, i^wQiiqxtv: rjxf(ct(;£>> , nvtKaxXaaiv kkI lyij- 
yfQiai. But, as the usual ospression is l^ttv^tiv, not the simple niifl'tiV, 
we should probably oorrcct lagfiijyitv (or ti&ijXev), f^qvS'ijvev. Or ijS' 
ffufl-ifi sl^VffijBfp. Or Saivvrai yag trv naXtv | r/S' (or to*') nv&ig, 
^^iiv9■>lv.£v. Wakefield proposes Jiv^ijKsv, e^ipSiiHtv. Cieero; 'imno serpil 
'irdor.' For the asyndeton uf. 787. 1087, Aj. 60. El. 713. 

lOtIO f. Aj;ii speaks in a similarly high strain of himself in Aj. Iii;; I'. 

1091, ^(let's ixifvni A. B. K. lomin. Sobol, vtictg Si HfiVoi L. Jiiiit. 
11. Nauck. 

jia&sfliK#'] 'Are.' (Ed. 11. 703. ipovia pe q>»;(rl Atitov na^iCTiivni. 
Aiit. 1113. roiie »«fl"iOi(oi«s vofiovg. A j. 1074. ?!■&« jn^ MK&sirtijHoi /iiog. 
EiLr. Siiiipl. 341. Perhaps corrupt, Qu. vptig lufivoi Si, jiflsufl-', oT 
-iini (or or^fg) note — . 

1002. iVffiSRs tvoiKOv] (Ed, E. 1524, ra ndzgag ©lipijs f^oiKoi. 


fila.BTOQa'] 'The ban ur swuryc: Cf. uij fEd. C. 7SS. Bloml'. (il, 
I'orK. 360. I would re;id X^toTOiia, 'rfivaijer'. Hum. Od. o'. 4-J7. Teiipini. 
Xil'iatOQit SvSgsg. Hie. Ther. 347. Anth. P. IX. 640. ItjioTOQi ;[k1xm. 
1003. nnlarov 9Qi(ina\ EI, 632. ro ^Qi/ift' civatSis- 

a%lazov A. K. L. ajtlaszov B, T. anluaiov Yttn. 'Unapproachable.' 
Scihol; «5ieoi»T0i', Cf. !■>. 350. uTtXae-ton (sic), Hgr/ijSJijroi' l^id-Qf^ttiiijv. 
llasiod. Op, H8. Btfapavros Ixoii Mpaifeogieoi'K ^ujxoji, | Hminoioi , 
Suut. 247. Ssivtii', anliittav. 230. rooyojiis «jrlijroi is xal ov (p«ro(. 
^scli. Prom, 379. d-egfioig anX^atov {anXazov coiij, Bloiiif.) pjitei jrup 
jrtoou J«ii;s. Euin. 53. psyxoufft tf ov Ttlaxoiai (iiXtieToim vtilg.) rpv 
aitt^amv. Kiir. Here. iflO. Pind. P. 1. 40. anXaiov nvQOg — nciycii. 
XII. 9, anlaxoi-s oq/iav Keq^clKis. Fc. 93. ajilcioi' — Tvqiaii'a. DLud. 
Sic. IV, 21. ioqiow — ajiiwioj' jiup ix^pvaavios. EIrasl. ad Med. 149. 

ajiQoe^yoQov] 'Unaffable, saoage.' CEd. C. 1277. natQog to SvenQoe 
oiazov KattQOBijyoQov aro^u. Herod. I. 66. ^eivoiei nupDC/imtoe. Attiiis 
Philoet. 4, 'guem negue Inert contra nee fori queas.' Virg:, JE-a. III. fi31 
'nee niai fadUn, nee dktu a/fabiHs ullV Stat. Tiieb. I. 190. '?HUis et a/falu 

1094. itatstQyume&f] 'Subdued.' Cf. El. 1022. Plut. Sert. 16. Ji« 
OB* iTicmv 6 jjgoj'os KiQtC Hal KtiTS^ya^ttai Swa/iiv. Epist. Ephes. VI. 
13. ajtavTK natiQyaeafiSvoi az^vai, 'having subdued all fnot '/uioiug done 
all') to stand.' 

1095, Siipvij — &TiQrav\ 'And the unapproachable host of Cenla/irs of 
double nature, mounted as il were oa horses (or, walking like horses).' Ci- 
cero's 'biformato impeia Centaarta' {cf. on 1059) seems to itfer in part to 
this passage. Diodor. IV, 69, roug tfs KevtavQOVi — (iiyivzcti ("jtitois 
9ijltCais yewijaBi zoiis ovofia^otiivovg SupvEig'SnTtOHei/iavsovg. Herod. 
rV. 9. pi^onuf^tvov Tiva fjnttfyKV Siipvsa. Isocr. p. 213. azQatsnaa/ttvog 
l-iti Ksvzttv^ovs zovs Stipvtls. Kur. Ion. 1161. lii^o&iJQae qimas- Cicero; 
'liaie bicorporeui afflucit manuiii.' Ovid. Met. IX. 121. 'Nesse hifonnis.'' On 
the rout of the Centaurs bj Hercules see Apollod. H. 5. 4. with Heine's 
note. Ovid. Met. IX. 191. 'nee miM Ceniiiuri potuere reststere, nee mi | .-IrcadUr 
iiastalor aper'i' We should write, if 1 mistake not, SiqivK. Cf. Phil. 1014. 
n^iti^ I^Kipva'!). 1422. fwlta. Arist. Th. 968. ivifva {svipvfi themss.) ezijotii 
§a(iiv. Pau, 228. vatgrpva. (Eq, 141.) Eur. Ph. 320. oSovToqivij ( gw«Vt 
Sgdnovzog y^KiKV. Ipli. A, 1516. svipvii (fvrpva'f) — Sigqv, Dauth, 1104. 
liovToipvii, Antiop. Er, 36, 1. svipva — rptozu. Pir. Pr. 2, 1. aota(pvij. 
Xen, Mem. I. 6. 13. evqtva (al. tvqivn). HI. 1. 11. ivSea. IV. 2. 17. vyifr 
(al. vyi^). Id. de R. Eq. VII. II, ttviotpv'i- 

afiiKTOv^ 'Unapproachable, unassailable.' I. q. KJtgoajitxtov (P)iil. 
106), Eur. Hare. 303. 'Ajicpavaiag o^KijTop' afimtoi;. Cycl. 429. Valck. 
ad Ilerod. in. 108. Schol: outQWUiflaaroi', a ovk ij* eviifii^cii xnl onji 

ijinofiaiiovrt] 'Mounted (as it were) on horses,' or 'mooing like horses.' 
Jisoh. Prom, 804. row ts fiotKowa atgazov | 'JgtfiaaTibv Z-nno^anov . 



"/4iSov TQtXQavov axvXax', anQOOfiaxav riQag, 

Siipjil. 284. iitTcopajioaiv — Korjtnlots. Arlat. Ran. 821. ^iJ/taS'* i^rnojJB- 
uoi'K, Klir. Or. 989. i*&pi;rjroPo(iOi'( oidlca. 

oipato')'] 'Host.'' Pimliir iilso (Pytli. II. 47,) thus ileaignntes tlie off- 
sprijig of the Centaur: £k S iytvovxo ffrpaios ^avficujzig, aii<pozfQoiq 

109G. S'jjpioj'J I. e. the Centaurs. Cf. 656. OCS. 062. 707. 935. 1163. 
(1. a'. 2G8, p'. 743. Find. P. Ill, 3. 

&IIQ&V, uPeiCTijVJ Bergfc wonM prefer ^jj^iSc v^gieimv. Cf. Eur. 
Here. 181. TftQaexslts 9 vfigiefia Kivtuvqiov yevog. Ilesiod culls Typlton 
Sftvov #' upgiUTij'p t' ffvofioi' t£ (Til. 307), 

vatiQoxov tlie mss. viiiQOXOv Benti, Reisk. iit. Ilerni, Dind, &e, Cf. 
jEbcIi. Prom. 436. vntQoxov {vjtiiQoxov all tlie niss.) c&fi'os. Sehol; vTitgi- 
Xovta KHior riiv Smiantv. Qit. vTiiQanXov (Find. P. IX. 14. Aani&Sr 
vns^onltav), or vniQaytov, or aytprajof. 

Pf-ai- A. K. I., ^(V B. T, Wak. ^Ca Ven. Cf, 1059. ^ijeetos - (J/a, 
1097. 'Eiiv!iav&i6v te S'qeK — ] See Odjss, J'. 623~G. coll, II. fl-', 
;!67r. Wnnd. Iiitroil. IT. §. 4, — g. 6. 

t:6v %' A. B. K. L. V. Stepli. roi-a' or ror #' Aid, and Turn. Qti, 
i6v Kara j&ovos 3"', 

1098, '-iltfov le^xeKi'oi' (Fnuiajt'] Cicero: 'Tiiripitpm edus:U ffi/di-n 
Iji'Heriitmii rmiem.' Cf. <Ed. C. 1374. Eiir. Here. 1277. "MSov TtvlitQ^v 
Hvva xqlxQavov. 612. Kcel &T}Qa y' itg rpme rov r^Cttgavov ^yayov. 34, 
z^iciaiiazav nvva. Altiplir, III, 72. 3, tov T^ivaQTjvov kvvos, ov tpacir 
iqiiiizavai. laig ■cagragiaig xvlatg. Heaiod Theog. 310. affijxavav, ovzi 
ipazfitiv, I Kis^cgov wpiriGzttv , 'AtSsai nvva j^alx.foipaivov , | nsvztinovza- 
xtfpjjcov, i.yatSfa re VQKzefUV Tf. Compare also Enr. Here, 419. zav 
zf liVQioxgai-ov — Kvva. llor. Od. II, 13, 'liellaa fenticfp'.^ 

ciTtQoaaax'*'''] ajia{ftaiiov Nuuck, <jn. ajcqoeniiizov. 

1099, Ex^Sv^g Q-Qsmia] Cf. Pliil. 243. a lov yegovzog #e*fifi« Av- 
xon'^Sovg. S. Mattli, 111. 7. (u -yfvviqiiata l%tSvSiv. Tlieoer, XXTII. 19. 
Bloinf. 01. Sept. 1G6. Valpk. Diatr, p. 241. 

tor le — ifiXccK j The Poet lierc follows Hesiml, who represents 
Cprberns ns the offspring of Typbon and Echidna (Theog. .^10.). But in 
iJlld. C. 1574, Cerberna is addressed us offspring of Tartams and Earth. 
Tills dragon is mentioned by Hesiod. Theog. 333 f. Bhvov otpiv, os ^^f- 
(iVTtg Ktv&sai yair/g | nslqamv Sv fiejaloig jTHyzpii'SEft /fijXa qoniffOCfi. 
Pherecydes ap, Schol. ApoIJ. Rh. IV. 1390. represents it as the offspring 
of Typbun and Echidna, and as having ynqialag lyiazhv xai (ptavaq itav- 
Toiag. It was called AaSiav (Apoll. Rh. IV. 1396), 

j^ljooiiav — p^Xa>v\ The golden apples of the Hesperides (snppospd 
to have been oranges, introduced from these islands of the Western ocean 
into Spain and other southern countries) are meant. Hesiod. Th. 216. 
'Ee-rrfgi3as 9 , aig (iqla jitQifv nlvrov Slufavoio | ];eucfK waia liilovei 
•pEQOrza T! SfvSifia Morturov. 


Hosted by V 

'' i 

xtwiiflg TQunaV smijdt twc taav Jit^ai 

1100. iit' tsxatoig lo^ioisj Schol; raig tijs Ai^utig. But Apollu- 
ilorua II. 5. 11. saya: raoitt Si (la fi^la) jjii avx, <ag tivfg eciiov, tu 
Ai^vig, ull' inl TOV 'Atlcivros ev 'Tuee^oQcoig. Tliese western Hypei- 
Ijoreans are snpposed to liave been the inhiitjitnnts <i( 8pnin (Died. Sic, 
V. 17. Miill. Dor. I. 273 f.). For the expression ^jt' lexaroig totcols cf. Eur, 
;ip. Strab. p. 516. vaCuv KiXaivug laxatoie 'iSrje joTiotg. Hiiip. 1051!, 
TOUtav jttXavTixaiv. 'Sscli. Prom. 356. JjlaVTog, og n^og eeTibgovg %6- 
Ttavg I Eonjjij, 425. ol yag te%aTov toJiov — ftovai. Vers, 447. ngoa^t 
StcXafitvog Toncov. Ag. 184. naltQfjd^oig iv /IvXiSog to^ois. Valck, '.id 
Hipp, 1053. Bloinf. oA Prom. 426. Haiick tonjeetures, tir' iaxatoig x^o- 
vog, coll. Fr. 658. Eur. Cjcl. 27. nUtvem h ie^azoig Ac. 1 would rut.Iiur 
roful erp' coTCfQOis lonois- Cf. ^scli. Prom. 348. ATlavxag, os n^os iim^ 
Qove rojcous (-o'S -ois?) , sorijitt &e. At the end of this lino a noft' 
of interrogation is ivrongly, I think, marked by Br. Herin. Wnnd. &i5. 

1101. jiox^oiv — {ysvuatitiv I Schol: iTtUQa^ijv. Cicero: 'mul/a 
iilla victiix nostra giistavil (so Wak. 'tuslraiiW vulg-) maniig.' A metaphor 
I'ominon to most languages. Ant. 1005. spTcvgoii' syBvo/iijv. Aj. 844. 
■yivsa^t, nil qisiSfa&e, navSiiiiov aigatov. Ant. 582. Koxmv iiyivetog 
alwv. Eur. Here. 1325. KTag nivmv Sil (lupi'iov fysvaaai^v. (A piissage 
rpraarkably similar to this.1 Ale. 1088. mg agxt jih&ovg tovSf yevoiiai 
ittyQov. Hipp. 659. t^s o^s Si roXiirjs fiirojiai yfyfvfievog. Hec. 375. 
Sims' V«e ovK tfw&e yiu'jo&ai kommi;. Arist. Ran. 462. ou* jtij Stazgi 
ilriig, dlXa ysvaei zijg ^opog; Pind. Isth. I. 21. yevoiitvoi eitipdvav 
vmatpuQiov. N. VI. 40. o? lE 5ro5i(Oi' fytveavio. Ill, 67. (iir^inv if' ays- 
tav KrEJtjj" vo'to yjiiftat. P, IX, 61. Herod. IV. 147. iitii ie tyivauro 
aQi^g. Plat. Men. p. 114. oiihjV nu ^dfiog rou aotoi ysvaaio Xoyov. 
Rep. VII. 539 B. Siav lo ■nQUTOv liyiov ytviovTai lU. 411 D. oSis )i« 
&fl'po:ios ytiiofisvov ouSfrus. Plut. Syll. 3. tou tifiuofl-ni yevoiifvog. 
Mar. 3. rMi/ iv aoUi SiaiQipiiiv iyivaato. S. Matth. Ev. XVII. 28. oh a,) 
yivtuaftiii ffaftfroTJ. Epist. to Hebr. IT. 9. ojtras — ■ ysueijiai ^avazov. 
Plant. Most. V. I. 15. 'Gustare ejus sermonem vo!o.' Lucret. V. 180, ''/ui min- 
gziam vera vilat gmtavit amorem.' 

1102. ipojio:r° I'ffTijOf TOiv laiiv jjt^cu'] 'Ereeled a trophy in Iriuiiiji/i 
over my inighl.' Eur. Andr. 764. tQO'itciiov avtoi onj'oojiort. 694. otav 
TQOJiaia nolt^iav ci^eij orpttios. Suppl. 647. Hel, 1380. Or. 712. PIiu'n. 
r.72. Isocr. p. 136. zgonaiov ot^ohi noXXmv p.vQiaS<av. p. 72 A. lyo 
jiorioj" tetavai (sic G. and Bekk. TaraaQat vulg.) inn' xoXsjiiiov. I'lui. 
Crlt. 108. nfl'u/iori'rJS avSgig ourew rpoiraiov lerrjuav. 

■e^onai' K. L. Dind. ipoirai' A, B. T. vulg. 
X^S^v A. B. L. T. jEiprav (supr. i) K. 

1103. fffB(i&(ios] 'Disjointed.' Sehol; ovv. fjto* tb uiiStj" zbii> ii; 
icSt, *«V ru fifirj/yfl-isi aiW. Eur. Or. 2I.S. vv«ii&ti6^ n'lii m^ca.'i-i.i 

,y Google 

6 Tov XKt' KOTQd Zi\vos avdri^slg yovog. 
ttlX' Ev y{ zoi tod' istt, K^v ro ^fjdiv oj 
xtjv (tijxH'J fpjtcj, rijv yfi S^dsixCccv raSe 
XeiQ(iiso(na xkx tavSe. z^oGjioloi fioVov, 

HffitppKKiufiii'Os'l '/lluagled, lacerated,' lit, reduced to rags or pieces. 
Scliol: IKS cKpHtts OKTitig kkI fjiiov Kuitts 5ip£ji«fiEWs ufi ^HHi). Wake- 
field quotes Pint. Syinp. IL 9. rofs dip(»«''' qali^Kv hci §aiiove*Hi. 
ISei'gk conjectures xBiijv&paKoiftiros or ratlier naTtQQi«viafi,evos- 

1101. Tuqil^g uji o:r»js] myi^g ttjicijjs K. ' Bi/ an unseen.^ Scliol: 
■oJio vooov arpavovs xal a-xaTaXtjJttov , t^v ovk ?gtiv ISeiv. Cf. 1057. 
atpQtictefl TvSs xtiQia&tls niS^. Eur. Here. 186. TVipXoCs opfotrKS oti- 
THoafi io|sti;iKtrii'. Ovid. Met. IX. 175. 'coecague jnedullis \ tabe Hquefai-tit.' 
Wo in like manner Bometimes use ^blhid' of ,i thing tliat cannot lie seen. 
Qii. luqjl^s tiJT ana'iijs, or mgilKratf c^iwrcts. Bat cf. on 1082. Hi- 
iiiiliirly Eur, Med. 1197. ffn'jKes 8' ciit oatiav, racrs ictimvov SaHQv, \ 
yford'fioig a#)]Xote qia^^KKav rtniQgeoii. 

ixnivoQ&riiiai.] Cf. Aj. 896. ol'xmv', olialu, #i«irs;io'eff ij/iai , qn'Joi. 
Arlst. Ach. 16*. 

1105. itrjzgos a)voiiaep,ivosy Instead of aivojiaafiivos tbe raore tisnal 
oxpressioii would be TtfuXtjiisvos. Perhaps i-Kti&Qttiif^ivos. Cf. on (Ed. 
C. 107. 

HOG. vat' ae-cga] 'In heaven.' Cf. on El. 13. Eur. Piia^n. 1020. fia 
Tot (lEt' aaiQoyp Z^v'. Tro. 1001. 

1106 Zijvos autfijfl-tJs joVos] Cf 1158 'uog «i/lti Pliil 240 < ," 

((tj5i)ff£ls (atter an two letters erased) L 

1107 all' fv ys rot to3 laie] Cf Vnt 1004 all •={ jf ro. ^ar 
,a»t— Aj 1370^ Bii fo IE fi'rrot Toii t-n eraa Piliii-,n si < 11 
IB id Leie all ev y^ lot Kwctcr' 

Mac the mss ind vulg here ni d in neit \ I rcil hi;i {hbi i/t) 
Kdv would be for kki av 

M^v Eo fiiiisv la] Schol (fiTi Tou, Kut ooTioe ^%iov oSto. dia 
xEtfiSKOS Cf Aj 1275 nS)) xo fi^Stv otta? a,d C 918 (Ed R 1187 
I'm Heic 213 vw 3' ovSiv isficv Ion Sfi o (iijtfEv iov kb^ oTi'^m 
HUK piidcoiiM' HExIijeouai Andr 642 Elieb 819 Ipli A 94> Aiist 
\i j77 ^v d ovii ifiBs — fOfiiOMoi ro jiij^ei' Heioi VIII 100 on 
HE av-z inSgOi, ^xoiijaag to jitiSiv tJvai Eltusl td Heracl 168 Hji 
tnng reid^, kbI to nijSev mv \ -nai u,ijSiv i^TCmv — 

1108 JHjl" fujJti' initial I e Kjjv uljJJp loi' tQ-nto ' Eoen tboiijli I 
ioaik a nonenttUj (po^serleus) As in Virg .^n I 146 ejo qua. dnii/i in 
redo regina V 68 But thii is a mere repetition of kjjv ttijStv m I 
think therefore we should read, with a slight change, x>)v (kjme'S' ?gxta, 

even though 1 be no longei able to walk Cf 375 

ifjii S^iaaav (oni mk* ~ E^no) conj Niiuck Weekl 

1109 RBK rwttfE] 'Aoen in the ttati I am, eien in this phi)/U' Cf 
II A| ')'t7 rt #;ji kv ws ^k ruiiJ kii mrpElotft/ as, PI il t! oi jtp 

fj fto TToi^ui, I ijiip-i, Tirniniie Tryob ^Kr [n^iacfTc/i >'ii M( I idi 


'ii'' ixdiSuX'S-ij KuGii' uyyiXXiiv Zti 

Hul iav xuxiivQyovi y.iil &avav iriGciuiji'. 

a tifj(iov Eikas, jreWog vlvi' efeopw 
e%ov0av, av^Qog rovdt y' b{ SfpaXtjasrai. 


Ofios tS'f K«x zS>vS' ova a^siijiiiiaiq iflloiq \ ^-xnt. Hip|j. TOfi. all fazi 
jiax -ciavS' otiTtf cco&iyvKi, zi-^vov. El, .11. tw xavSc Sn xoiovS Ifiij- 
XavJieazo. Andr. 1184. ovxos t' av ag Ik zavS' fiifior' av. Su Im (ami 
ms e«) i^ Ttaeovxiov (Tliuc. VII. 77. VI. 70, 9.t. IV. 17.). -Sohol: noJ oh 

jrpofl^ X fj ] Cf 596 PI 1 r 8 fi — wjwfv. Kur. Hi^.i,. 

522. fidvo fi — I Qy ijg A t A H15 Tv^ri iiovur irpoc 

?(■(;. Cefo Bn k tpw ptt % Qfa /i 

utivop A B K L T V t. fi H 1 All 

1110. I S d x» ] Ct 1 4 

nil. y] ey C b t N L 1 11. H««o»eya .■ii:i|. 


««i * 10 1 ^^ 

1 Id 1 



» qOKbiv, a» Meltiok.' 

well obser wl dd 

Sed d 

d 1 

t loquentis iiniiiiH." 

Perhaps h 1 Id 1 

i v& 


But IIcrculeK mtiy 

spenk of 1 m If n a 1 

W J 

rf rf 


1 is as 

1112. n 9 I 

;oeo.i 1 



fi 3f y' tl aipaXjiGSTcri 

the toss. W k fi Id J 

tij m k 

th t 


Id have expected some 

tiling like this «> Itifi 


n fl-o 


/sog^ 1 E|ov<r«r, ^i- 

9qos toU j ^ tpaX 

ia U k 

bj t to the snddeii <md 

iinHSiial el g r th 

d t 

tl tl 


It is evident that 

^omo obje t p 

q u d 

I w 


t nEi^ofi otov (iaogit 

I 2^01' viv ( ! eip le Qio ^ a ) — i atpalij ai. Or olov f/copti) 
( t^ov cipf, ToiSi ■/ avSgog — . Or otov ttv a opal for oroi' S/i c' oga, 
or olov a tteoffSi) | ¥^ovGttv, — el oipaiit nore (or c<piiiltlo' ?<!ii). Of 
otov elaoQai \ ^ov as, xoiSi y' uvSqos — . If eipali^ottai he riglil, 
nfler 'EUag I would put a notu of exclumutioii rather tlinii .a euiiiitiii. 
Of. Kiir. Hipp. 1469. ta Klt£v' 'A^ijviav IJallaSog ■9'' Igfaftara, | oTov 
erei/ij eeti9' avSgog. 

1113. Uovt!Civ\ Qu. i^uv vtv {or Cff, or at). Cf. on 1112. 
xovSi y' E^ eqittlijasiKt] ' If she shall lone this man ai teaxt.' Si-hol : 

U anaztv^stai zovtov. SipaKXiH&ai ttvog often oceiirs, e. g, Eur. Hipp, 
1414. Med, 1010. Ph. 7fi5. Or. 1161. fee. Meinelte eoiy: — aipaXfta' Seti, 
coll. Ant. 1067. avTiSovs left. (Ed. C. 810. luJirij&fie laei. <Ed. R. lUG. 
OD Bidijiijitag ^aii ; Shonld wc not I'ead aTegijaixai'/ Cf, Eur. Hipp. 1. I. 

1114. iXft ^agtaxtg the mss. Wjikefield suspects xagfaxsg, wifh 
■aaifaeziov following so closely (cf. on 8.M.), and proposes ^jrfi' Trfp rati 
a — , Wnnder (aee his Emend, p. 156.) reads; finsQ jiaQfOTiv, Qii, /jrrl 
Bcpt'))? (or jtcj^MOs), Or Inf} itaQteti a — , Or fftrfp — . 



86s fi'Oi osavTov (t») rotovtov ag SaavEi. 

m.-i. vocav Suo>s\ '/" P"'" Ihoiiijh you he.' (Kd. C. 1G29. OT^qymv 
SfiBS- EInisl. 0.1 ki.'cli, 787. Mod. 121G, Mnt.tli. Gr, §. BM. 

inc. w^T^jco^ai] AJ. 825. i-h^onni iti a' av jiax^ov yfyci; laffir. 
ff^aaial Cf, 400. 

1117. UiTi. A. ]Inrl. 

86g (ioi etavr6v\ Cf. I'liil. H+. viv S' si'g iJinitffs - dug fioi cs- 
nuTo'i'. il72. vvv S' alXoiai Sohg, I olg sUog, f»3ii5i. Teront. A.lel[ih, 
V. a. 6a. ' rfn te kodie niilii.' 

V J[(i(lg. Willi. ISr, Erf. Sell. Wnmler ulso inclines 
Vii-be mihi te aiiliorcm i/iiara pro ira qua nunc arden. ' 
I Touovxov SveoQyui^ ag &v^Si Scutvti. Sclinelil: 
V Svaoqyos 9vao! me 3a«vri (^vfiai). Nene toe P'V roaoutov 
SaKvi/ \1D ofa-ageo say, scenia to ajiprii'L f tins Winder 
ij B]ie ts 1 onmon roil ng and tliinks tlie poot wrote in tluB sense: 
da e ml ej e vc-ro n e g ira ohripiare : iraetind s eima non intelli- 
s J Wfikofield juoteB > p b to Pliilem, 9. 5(a rijV aya7i<qv ^alXov 
^aQa-nale to ovtos uv mg HavXog n^Eff^viijE , v\v\ Si ^al Sse^tog 
Itjcov Xp a ov To ovtov b pe liapa right, but it inav be tli t s mc uther 
djective 1 e. oneeao! To ouioe Jtnd rooowtos nre confnsed Aj. 10C3. 
F le losto of ^ij f 11 L 961. oJoio fiij jiro Trtitv fia&oifi' — . 

Sanvi &VU, o] Comp tc S x fl-«^oe Pli. TO5. ICur. Plicen. 383. pij r. 
o jv ^Kuo q>Qtva \ S So X 

1118. ^BGOpyoe] ''« i""^ humour,' tliu opposite of cuo(iyos. Pb. 377. 
Aj. 1017. 

o^ yaij Bv yvoi/js —] ' For otherwise (unless jou cease from joiir 
anger) yon eannol learn wherein yoa are unreasonahli/ anxious to rejoice, anil 
whej-ein you are (itnreasnnabli/) grifved.' Scliol: suv ftq tov &ufiou jroimij 
3iq6t8qov, ou Sw^afi yvibvai vvo t^b oqy-VS <H<oTOo(ts»'OS ozi aSixatg avrrjv 
aftlfiv BovXu &c. Cf, Virg. -En. IT. 244. 'cwclgue furore.'' For this force of 
ou yap av cf. on (Ed. R, 221, Enr. Ipli. A. 1266. qiilSiv IjnauroS lUva ■ 
(lO'U'otfUjr ycfp cev. 

h ofs — j ' Wliercin yon are unreasonably anxious to rejoice (viz. the 
destruction of Deianira by your liands), mid wherein you are (no less 
imreasonably ) grieved {the suffering unintentionally bronglit upon you 
by her).* I. e. the unrensoiwble revenge yon lire seeking', and ilie nn- 
roasonable indignation yon feel. Thu 3chol. rightly conneofa fiatTjv with 
%a{qtiv xQuS'vjit!: as well as with dlyei^g. 'Ev ots i>erliaiw eame from 1 124. 
Qii. OTOte. The phrase xaigiiv tv rtvi (for lu^l, or hi rivi) ia nnnaunl. 

1119. «av Stois] Qii. Bffqi' oTois. Kl. .133. alya 'jil -coig TiaQoioiv. 
Aj. 377. Cf. ou ffid. C. 764. 

orois] Cf. Ant. i.t36. oroiot. Herod. IT. 82. otioiai. IV. 18(1. So 
Toftfi {riai) 982. orrov (Ed. R. 414. 




vvv iCr', iv oig &' iJ.UKprfi' oir 
a xayxaxiaxB , xui afi^ijiv^aa yctQ kv 
rijs nat^ofpovTov ftf/rpog, tog hXvsiv tfit; ll'r> 

1120. siTitav — l^gop] I. e. 'Say viliel you wish and have done.' A 
relnctant permission to gpeul: is given hy Hercules, who is inipntieilt ol' 
Hjllus' iitteinpt to nxeiise liis iiKitlier's aut. Cf. Ant. 244. (Ed. C. 574. 
Qu, oil ^ ovv (H57) o xe'gliii Xi^ov , or ou vw — . Erfiinlt iiaJ proposcil 
Itiov for mw. 

voewv\ Qh. voea, 'oviing lo my aflUclion,' diitive of I'iiiisi!. 

1121. ivvsiija' {s'lipr. i ;i ui. rcc.) L. Cf. on 690. 

icomillsig] xratiXltigfliMck.. Stliol; aorpi^sis (-^(i?), KctXlrarc^^fig ibi 
loya. Cf. 412. Horn. H. I'. iei.'OSvaiia SatqiQova, jrotMiiouJjtif. 

1122. TJjs iirjT^ag — tpgdeotv &c.] 'i niii come to tell you coiicerninii 
my Biotker, in tBhut a slafi: she now is, and w/ierein alie fias erred unwi/l- 
inffly.^ For tiji; eoustructio" r^g (ujtpoe ip^iicav tf. 928. rm TiaiSl 
qieagia tfjs TsyvDifttVijs idSe. awl on Pliil. 43«. El, 317. (Ed. C. k)7.35,'i. 
Aj. 1236. Horn. Oil. I'. 173. tlah Si fioi mxr^os if >r«! vitog, ov ■At/ri- 
Xtiicov. 494. 

112.S, hxiv Yiilg. DiiLil, ligli. ^otiv norm, i'crif Naack. 1 i-airl for' 
(foi', ir o^s fl' for viilg, ^otii', ofg &'). 

ofe &'j ^v ore *' Hurl. Qii. oea #', or o", or ros &' {as Niinuk 
;i1bo conjertiiros). Or alijfiaeis ^' {as in Pli. 378, a^'^-novotv). Ov vvv 
fofl'', a fl"' J^lifiBgisr — . Cf. Pliil. 1011. alysivSis qifQtav ( ois t' (d'log 

1124. (0 sicyKKMioif) Cf. Ant. 742. Eiir, Hipp. HS'i, ol TraymvHt'oti;, 
Med. 4C5. a jra^jtcMKru. Siiijpl. ,-il.'i. Hcri'. 731. Cjcl. OSri. Atds, Fr. iX. 
Beller. Fr. XIT. 

HKi itagffii'jjOM l'«e] '/'<ii' Ai7s( ^ioii even iiuide passing mention of 
(alliiJed to) Ike •f-c.Y' Wakef: 'menlionem insinuasli, iaierposuisti.' 

I12G. T^s TcazQOipovzov (ujr§os] ' Voia- mother, murdfress of (your) 
father.' Cf, on El. 779. ijnalaiv Si jtai | rpovovg jiare^Joiis ('the mvrder 
of his fiilher'). This passage is cited as from Euripides by Eiist. p. 1428, 
21,, who compares Herod. I. 5. ^dflofi^v avrijv zoi^et 0oivi^i avvcK- 
vl&eat. Seliiefer adds Long. III. p. 91. jiijirirriv ipiov^v. Enstjitliins per- 
haps had his eye on Eur. Orest. 190. Ttarsoipovov /lareos. With ti:htqo<p6v- 
tr/g (Qi^il. K. 1441.) compare jititgoqioi'TTjs (Etir. Or. 1140.), iiii'S^oqi6vTl}g 
(jEsch. Sept, 5C9.), Agyti^ovtije. Homer has WHipo^oiTjJs . OH. y'. 3119. 
Deianira <'.onld starcelj lie cilled jrorigoqioi'iijg. Qit. i^g avSqoipovTOK. 
Cf. inoert. ap. Pint. Mov. p. At- .mil 88. dvSQi»iT6vo« yevmnos (KripliylcO. 


t%£f yu() tiiirwL; aars fit) aiyfiv TtQiitiiv. 

ov bi'ira Toig ya TtQiJij&i-v }j^aQTi](ih'<.iii;. 

rAA' uvSl (It)' dij rots y' i(p^ rjfii(fav ^(teti;. 

Xty\ svln^av §\ jn) (pavfjs xaxog J'^^'cJ*;- 

Itya. t£&vijX£V KQtiag veoOtpayrls. 

jrpo^ TOiJ ; Tt'tJUQ rot dm xctxar t^iaittGccg. 

(OS itXveiv IfirJ 'So -is for «.e to hear, in toi/ heuring.' Cf. (Ed. li. 
8-1. y)^(),tTQOq yi<^ cos Tiiviiv, 1045. o>q ISflv ^jif. Ant. 292. mj nrfeVEi* 
Iriti. 303. IDS Soivcu SiKi}V. 

1127. ov Sfita] Be. nQenH ciyav. Cf. (FA. C. 810. ou Sri&\ Zia 
ye »oiie ("oos jtal floi. scpo;. 

rot's ys — ] 'My remon it lenul of Iter furmer ill tleeds' For this use 
of the daUve v. Matth. Or. g. 399. 11. 2. 

1128. «U' ovSh fitv Sij — ] aW ovzi tti" Sij conj. Naiic.k. Cf. AJ. 
877. all' oiSh /ilv S^ t^p aip ri^ov §ol&v. El, 913. Tranalnte: 'A"!! 
nor yet beemise of whit has been done wrong to day irfH yon say so (that 
It is proper to observe alleuee),' With lofs ttp Jjfi^pK* SJipyly ijjtw^tljfiEi'oie; 
with ^e»re, Trgisfiv Giyav. 

loVg t' Iqi riiifQav] Bv. ^jiitiftTjjiivois. W\ini[er: 'propter ea guw hodie 
fecit.' But this sense of iip' r,iiiftav 'to day' is by no menus iwnal. {(FA. 
C. 145r>. Pr. 239. zj/Ss ^rrnzeroc; ^dt^us | It' VlifQ f^iift. Herod. I. 32. 
toS ^' -^iile^v ixovTog. Thitd. IV, 09.) (Jii. rors yt ttjSs &^(ifea, or 
toffli Oj)(i*eo'v y' fjii's. 

1129. 'Speak: onli/ take tare not to sliom yourself a base son (lit. born 
huso),' hy speaking njustlj of : in support of yonr inotlior, Cf. 1064. 

1130. «er^ojs vsocgjayjjo] The same words Aj. 898. Ataq off' ^/iiv 
a^Tiaig vtodpayijg \ KSira W kefielil, thinking tlie received readings 
"plane prodigiosii to/ e d u " corrects both liere iinil in Aj. 898. 
a&l{iag vtoatfuyrig 

1131. n^oq toji ] Sc it»v ]%£. Cf. 1160, 

zi^ag rot 6ia Kantuv l^ien aaq the insa, Sia-iVK5iv i&inTiiaiig Miisgr, 
(eoll, Deni, de Cor, p. 26.>. avm nal khwo Siaitvurov. Pint, p, 258. rcjiar- 
ifi it ruj'i In'yois)- Sdiol: jrpLis ifVog; K^iiorof 7^0 ^iri SvCfuiiiiav 




TO ^cpi},"', >ifiaf)T£ iQ}pxu fimfii'vij. 

ojomfp iiiavTsvaia, — ijiiiSij noiiaMig tb fi^ ilQOaSiiKiofiiva iiorrsvoriai 
ot 3"loi. Erftinlt eonipiires Ear. Hel. 310. TtolX av yivoiio xal 3ik llitv 
9aiv Hittt. Qn, n^aaxiov jtorxop y' (or rEpacrioi' ye XQiltt^ tcQaaitov 
yt lovi') i^SGTCtaaq. Or r^pas rot 3i' anaiprai' (or Sia iioxmv) — . Or 
ri^ag T<" Sttvov i^t&iamcttt- Or regag y' aitiarov — . Or — ^av^dctov 
iS-igjuaag T ga p tt t ra Tl pi Cli I L Al i. 

le. &c. Cf PI t M J 91 e s 1 y ff ^ & H 11 J 83 ^e s 

ifygts KH &o fi ci) /otjc N k pect tl A 1 

atil « IB ] S Ina, II rf rf Cf PI 1 74 

1132. I A T ijDKLBk 

Ixtojt II / rf ( r g !er If •i>\ I n XI v. 

Therefore a X Q At 117 A p,ai Itoi Z C ^ fi ff- 

osTKi. Mnk( Atp46) IDdrt j n 11 676. 

toil' ijgia *Peiiee*el<a s ix is ^ 

fftiror <pe- N k 1 p t ^ ff 

1133. npi CO IE? ; q. — 1 Tl 1 t f tl It \ t. 
644. vaaiy i/ p, — (Ed C 979 5 (* J / — 

1134. o V B K L T Ig SWf H D i '^c. 
drpaqD q] e qj (J A ( p /) All Cf Aj 313 

1135.* ] Si g tl t J thiik Ikl t 1 t •> 1 1; 
^avjiCLato ov } Q %l «a a fi ijs Qyi) fiiog I 

Xoyov iQi s\ Cf (Ed C 1019 3 91 J -^ li. 

Pers. 343. jpg — !>■ IV At Lj 0(8 X y M C " 

i^ jrdilt jt'J "*("'"'■ ^"* P''^*- Eutliyd, p. u3. &avp,aGtov ziva Kin:jje;(f 

J/ vutfsj £^ votts Ven. Cf. Arist. Ach. 304, alX' jjtiiq aSza; t^v 
SiKTjV tfimoiffto &f.. Qn, Ktroftg. 

113G. a-Kav to jjp^fi' jjfiajn — vulg. tatav xh j;eijc- , ((ftngif Ilerm. 
Erf. Wiind. Dlnil, Sclin, Bjk. aarloi* lo jg^fi' ' ii^agxi — NiiHck. Cf. 
on Aj. I3CG. El. 1115. Translate: 'She has erred idtk n good Menthn, 
that is the viliole mailer (tlie lung and the short of tlie mutter).' "Anav xh 
jpqii' is the accns., put in apposition with the cliirisc ^fiagrf ~. Srtiol: 


ri' r\i\rii 



(StBQyruLK yRQ SonovUa ^QoG^alttv Gt'&tv 
an]j(tjrXci%' , oig XQOffEtds rorg fv^ov ydjiovg. 


Ns66og niilm Kivrav^og i^tTteiBE viv 
TQiadf tplltfiia Tov Gov ix^ijvm irdfl-oi'. 

Qii. fj;tifi to ZQ^f'' ■ (I'liil- 789. ^X^rs 10 n^ayfia ■ fitj <pvyrjTt /nj3«/i^.} 
Or naKoi' to ];@qfi' (cf. Ph. 1265.). Or nirlou* (aito^ov) 10 j;p^fi'. 

livri>p,ivrj the mss. ftoipei'ij Heath. &c. Gl. A: JijioSoK. Ile.iych: 
liiilif&a . fqtOEipfl'., lleltndiiis up. Phot. Bibl. p. 1582. xal itiaatvai (fico- 
liivri?) -ij fisroj;^ jrifpiV JEo^oxlst' .^sch. Clio. 43. fimfiivit (schol: Jij- 
touffw). 430. (Ed. C. 836. oo5 (liv ov, rdSt yi ^ia(ievov. Epieharm. 
jip. Xen, Mem. 11. I. 20. m nov^Qi, fiq rn jiftiann fiuEo {f. ftiEo, for 
fi«so], (iq r« CMJife' fjiHfi. WakefieM suggests I'lofitpfj 'coyitani.' Cf. 
ou Kl. 882. 

1137. jjpij'ot ] J^pijoi L- l''or msivftaa 3py qii. jtrsi'iae tiie«. 

1138. acfgyijiia — ugaa^alilv oi&fv] We shouW have expetted 001 
for BtStv (i;f. 42. 2.')5. El. 974.). Qu. ntEpyijfin — ri 001, or otspy»j'8-(if( 
yKp eoi ^QoaSoKoiaa TiQoe^aXtCv. Vor offl'H' IIerin;inn tends tS^fv (,Esc;ii, 
Siippl. _66). 

eteQyiilia] 'A /uve charm.' I siispei't we shouW read ocfpyijd'pif. 
Cf. JEsiih. Prom. 493, Eiim. 192. trtf^yjjfl-p' txoveeii. Eiit. lT[pp. d.'iS. 
fuifTtt # ((vivi otfeyij&pa q>eji'i5t. The singular fftteyj^eov ocour.s 
.aSstli. Cho. 241. to fujrpoe ^s oe [io( ewsi drfeyij^eoi'. So qitltpoi' and 
ipiXtga. Hesych: CT:iffyij9gi>v . ipWreoi. Cf. 575. ftrcffii qceepos eoi roSro 
aijlijijjetoji I i^E ifjinxlsiBs. And so reads Nuk. 

1139. (OS TCQOafiSt — ] This ekuse is to be ulosely couneuted witli 
Uie one in preo. v. atf^Yij/ia &c, Wakefield well comparea .illiftn. V. II. 
I. 21. niQielojievos tov Hanxvliov fQQintcv aSjilwg xaga tohs ^oSag, 
ov f'ttije ipigmv. 

Tovg ^vSov y«(foiis] Qti. loig riovg yuftovg. Cf. 813. vsoiv--'yctfimv, 
Wocltlein proposes tlie same correction. The allusion of iKHitse is to lole. 

1140. tocDDiosl 'Sn great, tlum potent.'' Plat. Conv. 177 A. tm — 
Eqoiii, fijXi-itovzoi ovzt kkI lOCTOUtm &ia. 

nn. Nieeos A. B. K. vioog L. T.' 

1142. qi^tjo)] Ovid. Met. IX. 13. 'veliil irritameii amoris.' 
Tov aov IwfiqvKt n69ov] ^To in/lame (lit. to madden) /% desire (for 
hei).' Plato Epigr: a ifiov RHji^vai 'd-vu.ov fgati ^iav. Theogn. 1350. 


24f; 2:o'POK /J':(}r2: 

lav lov dvitTiji'os. oi'xofiru rrihis- 
oAioA' (UcuAr;, ipiyyos ovxh' tdri jioj. 
oi'ftnt-, (pQOva St} ^v^tpoQCig iv' fUtnittv. 1115 

!&■', ID TtXVOf' TtKTI}^ YKQ OVxiv' B0TI Got' 

xfUti TO xHv (tot 0ittQ(i(i oav ofi«(jio'f we , 

xkKei S'i T^v TfUaivfiv 'jilxfi^vtjv , ^tos 

(idtr^v axoiriv, <ag teXsvtntav ffiov 

(p^fiTjv Ttv&riG&i &s6g)KTmv na' oiS' eyoi. NoO 

(ie/icivriv (mlg. f^f8aci}vi^KKXo>' JimAos J'eMri dniifig. Em. iliiiii. 1-J^y. 
q)6^<B rhQa^ov sxfiaivmv nxov. C.'ittli. 36. Iph. A. 1-^64. f/iijvi d' 'A 
<PQOdit>i tig 'Ellijvwv urqKTOv. Amt. Tli, u6«. ws qiKpficMoifi frfpo; loi' 

1143. ^oi iov] Itcrciilcs here ualls to iiiiiu! the uracle formerly civun 
to him nt Dodona; anil from a talculiition of the time tlicreiu sputilicil 
he gatliera that hie end is at hand. 

ofi;o(»at tolas, Simla] Aj. 896. oi'%<aK, aktoKu. 

1144 — 5. From the sctond edition nt ilie play, as Borgk suspects. 

1144. okiol', olmla] Qu. oixam', oliola, as in Aj. 896. oi'z'ox', okai 
Ite, Siaicf^oQ^iiiiKi, q)i>,oi. 

lati (lot viilg-. Wiind. Schn. Sazi fioi Herm. liiiid. Eergk. ha. iiaoQw 
Natick, coll. Eiir. Ilel. 5S1. Ion. 853. Or. 1025. Perhaps fOrt fioi came 
from fort cot 1146. 

1145. ^vfltpOQag [v' {ornflEi'J ' Houi ipe are situatdV Cf. fEd. K. 367. 

Ouff' OgKS rv' ft KKKOD. 413. HOU p*lI£(S »'»'' *' MCHOi. I44U. f"/ fSIft 

(lEv i9«('ns. Aj. 386. OKj btjas Tv ti mkhou; K1. 'MI<. i'v it(iii- tutiq^ 
Ph. 1181. Ant. 1229. Matth. g. 321. Cf. Horn. Od. «'. 507. w itojiiw , ^ 
fialit Sji (IS jtciXt(Ctpr(ta &iafprc& lunvf/. 
%ata(i,sv\ lerajLiv L. pr. 

1146. joii (tot viiIr. *OTt fioi Honn &l'. 

1148. nj* — Jihg fi«ii)v KHOiiii'] The eomma usually jdiiverf after 
AXKfirjviiv bIlouW be removed, for iqv governs the entire clause. Schol; 
louTO Si qoijoii/, Mg ava^itt itaay^iav. Wakefield well oomparea the laii 
giiage of Amphitryo Kur. Hert. 336, a Zeu, ^ettqv uq' o(ioya(io'i' c' ixzrj- 
oftji))*. Ovid. Ajnor. III. 9. 21. 'Qaiii paler Ismario, quid mater pro/'idl, 
Orp/ieo?^ Cf. 1048, ««oins sj z/ios. 

1149. Mj iiJEtiiai'Ki' — J Schol: Tvrt rijv nsgl xi/s TiXfvTijs jtof 
rpiffiqv pa&ij7£. Bnt sueh a sense o! t clstitaiuv is very doubtful. Should 
wo read tog -ctktaqioQiav ^(tou — , or tog £fiou nXsa^ogov — ? The gUH. 
Ejioii depends, I think, on nv9t]0^r, 

1150. qJJJftJjp] 1. q. Hiijtfopa. 'Oi-aeular voice.' (Ed. K. 43. S6. 153. 
475. 723. Horn. Od. p'. 35. «'. 105. 

1151. AXX' ovie] Qu, kXX' outi. Or «1 


7T /.Vr\7-//. 247 

Tiovi'&i GK/ifitiitjXti' (3'o'r' fzaj- fiiprii.'' 

jrrtidiav de tovg fiJc inXXctfiova' nth'^ t^t'ipfi, 

tovg d' Kv ro @i^^ris k6tv vfttovzag {id&oig. 

^jiitg ff 0001 jEfrpfffftff , s^ Tt X91 ! ^tcTift, lljo 

iTtttKtCa] Suhol: jcteQaQaXaitia. But Tiryiis wns sitiuited not on 
the sea, but inland. Should we read tLerefore aXX Iv ntSTQiif Ttgvv&l — , 
or all' iv xAtru'i: | TtgvvQia ^tfitjiisv am' ?tuv fSqav ('she in ijone 
to reside on the slope of Tiri/ns')"! Cf. 270. TtQvv9'i<tv jipog xliivv. See 
also Add. 

H52. TtQW^i ffuflPtpjjMfJ' _<B5i° n^iv tSgav tlie mss. Construe 
with Musgrave, avfi§i§ijitei' Sti' fXiif SSQav Ti^uv&i. I. e. 'g/ie lias 
eome lo an arratigemeiil so as to Ubc at Tiryns.' Horiii; 'iiiiil pactuiit.' 
Person: 'agreed viUk, acquiesced in.' Alumona, having been banished by 
Eurj'Etheus (Died. S. IV. 33.), could not return thither without liia per- 
misgion. (So Herod. I. 83. avvi^ijnccv ig l6yoi>s avvsld-oviig.) Schaefev 
ad Dionys. de C. V. p. 297. explains thus: 'sed nunc fm-te Tirynthe liabitat' 
{iv Tigvv&i tvyxtivei KoroiKOvaa}. IVIuch Wander and Dindorf approve 
of. For avii^i§i]X£V 'Wiindor compares El, 362. ^ — t« fujipoj — f];*i- 
OTct avfi^t^r/nev. But, if this were the meaning of the pasBflge, the ad- 
dition of some pronoun signifying 'Aer' would be necessaiy, as tog ufp 
iXHv ^Sqkv, of tour' ?xuv Otp' iSqav. The comma usually placed after 
evii&i^riiLsv was properly removed by Hch^fur. For the pleonastic addttiou 
of more cf. Herod. I. 74. evvrivet'tis maxf — vatza ytrie&ai. HI, 14. 
evv^viiKS miiTt riov aop^otsoiv oi avSffa — icaQiivai &c. HI. 71. iicn' 
M Si avv^vet«& meie xal vfiiag slSsvai, &c. Plat. Ale, II. c. 1-2. ^w 
epitivtv aid ty jtolii ^y^tov maze xai vara yrji' M«e ««Tii; ^alaaaav — 
Sveivxei". (Edl C. 386. 1350, Pli. 656, Schaef. ad Bos Ellips. p. 784. 024. 
Fof the dative nQvv9t cf. 172. Hyllus of course only fabricates tliis 
story, in order that he may not add to his father's sufferings by reveal- 
ing to him the suicide of his mother. 

id^av] 'flawed abode.'' Gl. T: Siazgt^i^v. 'Exsiv iSQav is equivalent 
to i£«oi''«t, tSQva^ai, vaifiv, tivai. So naQovaiav f'lti.i', i. q. Tiagsivm, 
Aj. 540, Cf. Yr. 759. f^Jt r"Q ^Sgav Zfvg iv ^oj[(trfl) »Beiv [so Br.). 

1153. TtaiSiov @t\ As if ("Jti;? fiiv had pi-oceded, not note fiijiJJe, 
But probably we should read with Keiske ("ob priecedens ovts") kkCSwv 
re. Cf, on 143. (Ed. C, 421. Perhaps also naiSaq Ss (or m) — . 

'gvUa^ove'] -flavlng taken them with her.' Arist. PI. 1080. viv S' 
it7i:i9i %aiQ(ov avXlapav Tijv iiiiQana. Ecel. 1137. sv,ei.ive cvXlafiovoav 
ji' fj yvv^ I ayuv as xai taaSl ficza env rag Enr. Med. 275. 

1154. TOVB S <tv — fio&ois] 'And others you would Icnrn (if you 
enquired) <f-c.' Cf. on (Ed. K. 561. fEd. C. 41. 

1156. ^eaiTSiv the mss. Cf. on 1267. jTQaaeeiv Br. &c. 

JjtijnjptiijBofiEj'] Perhaps nuJ}-' (or si*') vnijeezijaoiisv. But cf, 
Eur. Ant. Fr. 3, 7. i^vnijgtTtCv zuxatg. We find a similar compound. 
i^vq'ijrov CEd. C. 1025, 


iftol yitQ ^v jtQOtpffvT.fiv tx TtnTQoq TtrUra 

9 S CEd 

58 9 HBta ip AISK 

PS VT B C Aj d I . z»Q si 

CEd E 

oleylsv, avSs Toti3 ijto. d05 f. Williilci rfiid other aujipoae oJto to tic 
a gloss on jiqos, as in v. 1133. ooiftvog Tgotr ^urojtou (schol: un' kIIoi' 
^ivov). Cf. on Aiit. 636, and Enr. Heu, 774, nVos y' (y' oni. tii several 
msa.) vn allov; Wheio Porsou tightlj, 1 think, oorrects rtVog tiq'is 
allov; «^ii. ritv ifiTtviovrtov (or tco* tTt jcvsuvium) — Sao. Cf. Ph. 88;). 
EfiTPt'oT ^r'. .^Bch. Ag. fi73. ineiviav ti rts JoEiK efiitvf'wii. Or ruf 
ftJi' jrvfoiKBP — oTto. Tlgbg is perhaps a gloss on ujio, as in Ant. 737. 
■ vie' (irpogA.) avdgog, and its insertion perhaps tiiiised ifuri'piIi'TMv to bo 
cbauged to aiviovrar. Cf. PliiL 334. t^Q-vqviv KvSgog ovUfnog *eo5 d' 



ofi' ovv 6 #^p Kt'vTKVQOs , (OS TO d-eiov ^v 
itQotpKvtov , ovta ^avtn [i' Ixzsivtv S-anrov. 
tfKva d iya rovrtnOt Ov^^kCvovz' i'dcc 


»iro. Also on riiil. 3;». Aiwi for jrpos cf. 1131. icQOe Tfv (TMvt]v.e); 
677. (Ell. 0. 970. Trpos TiaiSmv @-uveiv. (Eil. R. 949. ii«i vvv o3s | jcpos 
r^S rvx^ie olalsv, ovSh tovS' Zna. 71'1. %\fhq -natSos 9avilv. El, 376. 
oh yoQ ee jioiQa aQOS y' ffioc irtcjiV. Eur. Siippl. 404. ov yfiQ SpjEcivt 
I jjios Jreos Htttpos — 716X11;. Natick considers corrupt Plur. Or. 407. f>t 
q^ficfiffi'rrai' tfi ic'^E yoCEt's noiav «jio; For (Jie feet s«e Wtuatler lutrod. 
IV. §. 4. 

fl"avf(j'] 'That I sliorild die.' 'i'liu aorist is often thus put, wliere 
we should expeet a, future. Cf. ffid. R. 714. j;^»ja;it>s yag ^X&s Aatw — 
jigog xaiStie &aveiv, | ootig ysron' sfiov re mkhs^ov jrcrpK. Arist. Vosp. 
IfiO, y«p 5'sde I jtavTivOfiivfa iiovxQIOf''' iv .4el<poCq jiori, | i>inj' its 
f»q)fyi) fi , Hiroojtil^jiai toie. Cf, also on (Ed, C. 01, 

1161. Construe: all' oarig q)9t!i£voi niloi ott^T:o>^"AiSov. ^Stftftos 
Ulead' often occurs in .^seliyhis. Cf. Ant. 696. 836. Aj. 141. Eur, Snppl. 53. 

AiSov between tlie lines (a m. pr.) in L, 
"AtSan — oltir'ixcaQ] Cf, 282. avzoi iiiv"AiSov Tciivres (tV olx^toQcg. 
Aj. 517. AiSov &avtici'fiovs olx^toQas. 

jteloi B. K. wiXn A. T. ^tXei (aupr. 01 :i n. pr.) L. Cf. 1335. 
(Ed, R. 714. jiQas jintiVog 9aviiv, \ oaiig ylvoir tfiov ts Kuxiivov jr(ip«. 
And on Ant. 375. 

1162. od' ovy^ w*' (>5v KBLsk. 

1163. aQ6q>KTt>v K. 

£mVT«' jt ^KTHVfV ^eiviov] A similKr antithesis ottiirs Ant. 871. 
&av(ov ?T ovaav KcrijVo'pts fis. Aj. I0ii7. tfteXXs a tlmoje net Qaviov 
t'cxorp^islv. El. 808. (as fi' KJiiw^fCag fl'orinoi'. 1478. ZdJi'tn is added merely 
for rhetorical embellishment. El. 1420. 

• hxtivtv A. L, U.ivl, Hrtivf B, K. f-nzavt T, fti-cavsv Turn, and 
(siipr, *() Ven. 

1164. ipicvSi S' Eym — ] Qii. ipavm Se aot — . Cf. (Ed. R. 710. qiavA 
Si 001 aijiisia rrivSf avvroiiti. Scliol: ^Qiy oot txXXijv jiKV-ciiar vtat^QKV, 
av^favooaav r^ Ttporeptf, 

avji^alvovt mj« the mss. Herm, Schn, Nauck. evji^aivnvTci em 
Wuuder {v. Emeuil. p. 167.) Hart. Dind, I. e. evjiqiavovvra. Cf, 
1174. 173. Arist. Eqnit. 220. xel'^P-"^ r« av[i.^«ivovm vcrl to Hi-fft- 
Kov. AWih. Clio, yOS. etg Tavra avufiaivovat lofe etioCe eii^ois. Herod. 
[I, 3, i&iliav fidsvai tl evii^^aovtai toUai iv Msfttpt. IJobree suspects 
the geauineness of this line, S'f'ppiiivgiv laa, he I'cmarks, can hardly 
signify (Frpiiyoptt slvai. Wunder suspects foa to be a gloss, and corrects 
ovfi^mvovTa 001, coll. (Ed. R. 710. Qu. evti^alvovT iy^. 

ibk] ' To tie same effect.' Or perhaps it is pitt adverbially. 

1165. Dobree considers this line- spurious, hecsiise of the disagreement 
of Kutvci 'recentiu' with nitXaia BiXtos 157. Cf. (Ed, K, 916, Moreover 
this oracJe is not evv^yogov with the other, Bergk also brackets the line, 
.IE being evidently corrupt. 


^vvi^yoQci] Gl. T: evjiipiiivn , 
1166-8. See Winid. lutrotl. IV. §. i. 

1166. zav — ZsUwv] Cf. Horn. I]. 7t' . 231. ZfS Hva Jusfioivrih, 
nelaaytxi, tt]l69i vaiwv, \ zJaSwv/js (iiSiav SvexiifiiQao ■ njiqii St 
2tXX<A I coi vaiove vnorpritai nftreiowoflfs xafiativvai. CalliiiiachtLs 
H. Del. 284. calls thein , ytiXfxiiq ^s^aitovxts noiyjjTOio Is^-qto^. Where 
see the interpreters. V. Valck. Diatr. p. 171. Cf. on 172. 

1167. SillSivl 'Eli-Siv V. 1. ap. Schol. aud Turn. marg. Already 
Strabo VII. 10. doubted wliieh of these two forma were the more correct. 
The form 'EUoi is used by Pindar. Cf. Irist. Meteor. I. 14, Strab. VII. 
p. 505. Schol. ad Horn. L c. On tliis oracle cf. Herod. II. 52—8. 

iasX%oiv A. datX&mv B. K. L. nQoatl&mv T. V. Von. Turn. mar™. 
Perliaps i«il»mv. Cf. on Aj. 296. 

ftutypreifro^ijjp] Sc. lis trjv Sslzov, '/ entered, noted iluwn, eoi'tmil- 
led to virUing.' Cf. 157. vaXatav StXtov iyyEyQa/ifieviiv [ ^vv&^jiii9' , 
Arist. Vesp. 5S7. Hni fi^n oa' Sv It|5 y' ankmg iivrjiioavva ypKifofint 
'ya. Elmsley (ad Eur. Iph, T. 559. in Mus, Crlt. II. p. 290.) and Dobree 
correct t^iyQailiajirjv , which Dindorf calls a very probable conjecture, 
and is adopted by Hartung, Perhaps rightly, for sta- and s|- are often 
confounded (v. Elmsl. ad Iph. T. 559.), and this correction derives support 
from the anoy^aifiO!i,f3>ovs of Herodotus (see below); yet I think tlag- 
yQaipaiiiiv may be defended. It was usual for those who consulted an 
oracle to enter into tablets or rolls the ciact answers delivered. Schol: 
aKOveaq lyQailia ■ fSos ya^ loug I('']''fioj' Ss^oittvovs naQaxQrjfiK y^d- 
tpSLv, Vva fiq ijciXad-avtai. So Herod, VIII. 135. Is rovio ro Igov inii 
Ts ^aQtlO'eiv — SjiEa&til of icov KatUn' ai^srovg kvSqks ippfs «bo iov 
KOivov, as ajioyQaijioiitvovs ta 9sajcitiiv i'luXXs, I. 47. aada S av 
EMKUiK T&v xQTiaTiiQilav S'tua^arj , evyyputljafifvovs. Arist. Av, 923: ov- 
Siv ag ofieto's la&' o j^pijcftog rovtait, | ov iym naga tEntolXavog l^e 
yjatpafijjn (qu. eleeygn^niiijv'i). Dem. p. 1180. iiiyQail>afi.evovs (al. iyyg.) 
^fi«S titg OOT'd'JjMKs nallv 6njiijvira9al. p. 1197, ^Smita fijistv i« ygafi 
litiza xBt ixygiiipti^Kt oect nuzog mipiilitv. Meineke also defends elstygtt 

1168. naig^ai] Perhaps vitXatttg. Cf. 171. t^v malaiav ipijyov. 
xoXvyXtoaaov Sgvog^ Si-liol: ijtoi nolXa navrsvoittviig kcH Siti louio 

TtolXa p,aVTevofi,irijg' ij rijs Siaqto^oig SiaXtKrotg leijOficttfou'iTfjs ngos i:'!*' 
iKoerou rffiC [lavrsvoufviav yXStaaav. It is called (pijyos above 171. ibj 
ri;v itaXaiciv q)7iyov avSijaril hots [ ^laSStvi Staaaiv iv, nsXiiaSav lipi]. 
Cf. Horn. Od. 4'- 237. zav S' ig dmSmvijv faro ^r^^tvai, Sipga 9eoio | f'ji 
Sgvog v^t-nojioio Ai'og ^ovXiiv inaKOvam. r'. 295. -Esch. Prom. 829. 
lasi yag -^X&es mgoe Molooea SajiiBa, \ t^v aiTCvviatov t' «pqji iJmffoi- 
vr/Vj EVa | iiavrtia 9«ixos t' soil. Ssaxgrotov -dios, \ Ttpae t ajnarov, 
at ugou^yogoi Sgvts- Valck. ad Herod. VIII. 135. For xoXvylroeaog cf. 
El. 641. 798, Musgrave conjectures kou TiaUyyXtaaeov (Pind. H. I. 58. 
TcuXiyylaaaov ayysXav g'^aiv), 'nor false.' 

dgvog] It is called ipijyog above 171. The ipiiyog (guerais esciiliis) 
is a species of oat {Sqvs): v. Theophr. H. PI. Ill, 9. 16. 



rj [101 ;tp<>i'W rw gwcn. fcal jiaQiivn vvf 
i^ft^xf (ioxdrai' Tww B(pt0T(6r<av 8fiol 
iv0iv TskiiG&ai. XK^oxouv Ttga^siv xriktag. 
TO S' f^v «p' oudJi' hXIq nXriv %-av£lv ifts' 
rofs yccQ &fcvov6t, fto'x^os o^ x^oGyiyvetm. 

1169. ICO Jmrii] Seliol: i^ *<pf<Fri5rt " o y«9 jrif(iE3,^(oii oEotE! liit- 
Cf. 173. xQovov I lou vvv naQovtos. (Ed. C. 580. x^oviii fid- 

%oiq &v. ovxl m naqovTi ■nov. El. 1203. S d' «efio'o« fioi tm tiuqovii 
vvv xQovqi. Similarly Aj. 141. tijs vvv q^i&ifis'pijs i^oiiEoe. "Zeaee tlie 
wWier'd past, and liirn ye to the time Ihal liaetk now." (Arntld.) Wnmlor 
(v. Emend, p. 157 f.) , offended with the unuBiial expression ro> gram XSOvoi, 
jiroposca: )j fioi xsovai p,().t.avTi, tm ;r«poi'n vvv. 

1170. (loi'&oF Tioj' ItpBeriariav^ Vi. 163, ii's y«? (te ii.(i%^oq oiv. h 
tdT^KTii; (Ed. E. 777. 

1171. luctp] Piud. N. X. 76. li^s Sii Ivmg Uaszeii. Tciv&imv; Ant. 
537. ovS' h^i Iveiv (tiV ^uifiata). (Ed. R. 921. 

lEiei'cS'ni] Future middle, in « passive sense , 'would be accompKi:hed.'' 
Cf. 827. 

1172. ToS' vulg. 
Cf. on El. 275. 

Ibtd I should die.' 


' Wyttenb. Sth. Dobr. ad (Ed. K. 108. ftc 
teem, nolJdng else Ibaa 

'/Jul l/ial meant, ii would seei 

. Diet. Fr. 13. to *' ^v trp' 
^vaexsTor. Plat. Hop, II. 357 A. zo *' ^v aQa, tog Soms, jipooi'jiiov. 
IV. 443 C. 10 S( ft ijw npft — eiSalov it r^e ji.KKioffuj'fjs. Conv. p. 
198D. to SI KQtt, (OS i'oiKev, ov tovzo ^v to KaXag inaivtiv. Plut. 
Mar. 30. lo 3' ouk ijv «?« toiovtov. Lucian. pro Imag. 3. to *i o^j; 
ovTiog t'xBi. Arist. Av. 19. Tci li"' ouk kq' ^azy/v ovSiv aXlo xi.-^v S«- 
«veiv. For «e« tf. Phil. 978. 996. 

1173. Cf. El. 1170. TOus yriQ Qavovtas orj opm Xvjtovfiivovs. (Ed. 
C, 955. fl-Ktdi'rrai' S' ovSev iklyog atizetai. Of this line Dobree observes: 
"A poatft quidem, sed languidiis." It is suspected by Ast (Phil. IV. 574.), 

L. A. 

fulg. Cf. El. 771. TteoOYtyvsTt 

TtQoeyivexai A. Ii. K. . 
{taeitly) &c. 

1174. XtsiinQa otifi^ciVti] 'Agree for correspond) clearly {with the 
other oracle).' Cf. 1164 Or are clearly being fulfilled. Schol: ip«i/jp«, 
5«qi^, nqoSrila inil oiv, qitjaiv, o xQ'l^f'OS ani^t], Sfi: ae ysvtaQat 
avfiiiaxov inoi. Wakefield: '/lo'c elare congiiaml' (i. e. h^ prsdictiones 
in nnnm atqne cundem eventiim amicissime conEpirHnt). .lEscli. Euin. 744. 
XaprnQK iiagtvQia Tcagijv. 

1175. Sei a av — ] Herwerden objects to ten here, and proposes as 
(o£?) Set — . I had hit iipun the same conjecture myself. 

. ™fle T&vSQi\ twiSb r uvSqI L. rra 3i y avS^i Schol. Viol, .td 
II. a'. lOll. The correct moi!o of wrilinjr this is perhaps rmSf rajSoi. 


-; -!«:asiaKsasB35,5r^"rT->'-'a'>'^a/^s?#:^Si?s; 

xkI fit; '7ii(itiv(ii z<n'{i»v i)lvi<(a <iT>'<(ii<. 

KkV KVtilV BIXK&OVta tSVllTTQliaaHV , I'o'jiO" 

XKXhGrnv i^niQovta, nEt^npz^fK jtfttpt. 
«AA', ci :r«'rsp, rffp/Jt5 fisv £j /dj-oi; Ozriaiv 


oufi(i«);oi' A. B. 

1176. Jiq 'KIflit>B(I fllj 7I«fH71 

iiiid Schol. Horn, ^v/iniix'^'' Ihe edil, bcfoiv 

i. e. to cDinpell niG 

[ (siipr. nv before 71.) L. When 
i conj : fiii avaiisCvai, or mkI fiij KvtffisifniiT ('lergioersando 
a/tov &<;. I rather siispeut myself 'mfitcvrrt, ^lii endure.' Qii. Mrei. ^ 
d'el'^aai — . Or perliaps Home participle gliould be restored. Qu. rnii f 
eiJft9oivia ('by disobeying uie,' 1183.^. Or ««( (i^ avtitiivovt ajii 
oi,vvisL axop.K. Or nal (iij n (or (H)Se) T,Xtivai — . Or ' 

TOrflo" o^nvm azofia] ' To exasperale my speeel 
to use Bii^y wortls. Cf. Aj. 651. jtayoj y&Q, 05 
Tor£, I ptiq>>i aiStiQOS aig, l9i]lvv9riv eTifiK. Psalin. 

avTOiv ^dj^aiQU o^Bia. Some with Mwagrave wrongly tahe o^iivat lor an 

o^ivnl. A. B. T. Bind. Aid. Turn, o^ovai K. L. Br. 

1177. avrov] 'Of Ihy own accord, willingly: <Ed. R. 3-11. 

tliia&otita the mss. viilg. eltia^ovza (o pr. m. I think) A. slvtt&ovia 
KImal. ad (Ed, C. 1015. Dind. Hch. &c. Cf. (Ed. C. 1334. 

J178. l^ivQ6vza\ ' IJamny discovered, ksBing reeoarse to.' Wnuder; 
'legem reperientem (inlelllgenieia) esue oplimam, lit palrf oblempereiH .' Tliia 
hardly seems right. Qii. tv ei^ovra, 'rightly respceting or obseriihig,' or 
(flg tovS' ofza —, or ovz' Kenoavzit, or i^amovvza. Waltefield conjee 
tnres iiaifovca, ' extollentem , /lonoranlem,' or 'pra-fere'tti-iii: llyllus, lie 
observes, was not to discover a law, but to ratify one already recognlKefl. 
Weeklein offers the same eotreotion, whiuh Lad also occurred to myself. 
Meineke proposes inrpiQcvta. And sv ztiQOvvzit is the excellent emen- 
dation of Ilerwerden Anal. Trag. p. 203., coll. Kl. 378. svgovoa (zTiQovaii 
Seisk.). Naviek also suspects iltvQOVta. 

nu&ciQiiiv Jtai^t] Put in apposition with, and in explanation of, 
KitXlmznv vcfiov. 

1179. lis the mss. vulg. k Dind, 

Idyou azaaiv} 'Conlenl of words.' <Ei. 11. 631. ti [^i- n^ouiov --■ 
atdeiv yktaeofjg i^ijgaa^i; Eur, Ph. 1474, liv^^s 8' o^^os l"Os (t's 
tQiv loyiov. Dobree; '/n hujiismodi collaqiaiiia delatas.' 

1180. zoiavS' E7til9mv] Qu. zoiavSc y' U»av , or zoidvS' laeX&mv. 

1181. ^/t^alXei fy^alf L. 


TPAXlNl/ll. 253 

(dh' Jtpoi; TV Tciornr r.}jvS ilyav fTTiOT^tipiis; 



ofivv j^iog vw loii ftf (pvGavtog x«'p«. 1185 

ffi^wlis xeV^a — jiot] Arlst. Ran. 754. ^'fi^cil4 jiot ziiv Sf^mv. 
Vesp. 554. ipfiallfi jm>i tr/v j;sfg . Nub. 81. xveov lii, nal tljv );f''e« 
86q TTiv ds^irtp. DIpMl. Allien. 292 B. ii}v Stiiav hfBalov. Bern. \>. 
664. t^v Sf^iav — iiipt§ltl*6ta. p. 553. t^v Sf^iav iiipieliav. jEscIl. 
c. Ctes. 224. t^v degMti' Ivi^aleg, SvBga tpilov nai ^hov jtoioufiEvos. 
Phil. 813. Sp,^alXs zugin ni'uviv. (Ed. C. 1G32. Sos fioi xf&<>S oris -ni- 
ativ a^xaiav ti^voig. 

1182. cos Tpos It — ;1 'Willi a view to what, -mhertfOTeV Cf. 532. 
tEil. R. 1174. cos "pos ti" Xijiitr, 766. 1144. Aj. 40.CEd. C. 71. Lob. oA. 
Aj. 77. 

«iotii' TfffS' Kywji £7ricre*9f'S *'^^ "'^3' Sehol; sjneTj^qiEis . SiitEfs, 
tica-jWi jioi ecK^i^ij nCotiv, This is not intelHgiblo to me. Mtisgrave 
ysjilains intazsifing in the sense of ifiQavTi^tts 'euros,' but would gladly 
read lTcti!iQi<pit in the raiiUle, if there were any authority. Qu. jit'oinos 
TTJaS eyav imaTgitpft or rather Ttiareios T^eS ayav ovtca etgitpsi, 
i. e, 'wAy iosl thoi vo muck regard this pledge?' For oigsqiaaS'a/ iivos 
cf. Aj. lin TOti Si aav tfioipov ] oun av aTQUfsiriV. Tlie corruption 
perhaps irose from the copjiBta' ignorance of tlie sjniaoais in mlaxKos. 
Or nlezii ir^vS i/ujp fyttp (ic^sfv) #^iEiff. Or m^<mj' tijV*' ayav oSico 
iro&Sfs. Oi Tcieiiv ztjvS dnaiijjocis {or z^ivSe y alzijavg) ^jttg. Keiske: 
7c{eziv zijvS ixjiaizeis zC ffipeipKs; 

ayar A B K L uya* y T. 

1183 ofcEisI Sc tt)* tfiQtt. Perhaps bqiis 

ixnieztieuq A K ajrienjojjg B. pr T. cJjrifliijo^je (suj^r, n a m 
pr.) L. n^oaeziiestq Wakef. (from Hehol.). Schul: yp agocrij'ci/s (jtyo- 
a-iTiatit ed. Rom.) ^(lol, ^i/auTica&jjVj; &c, Tlie reading therefore men- 
tioned by Sehol. was uijtfi Jceoouj'irijs (or jr^ooTijattg?) s'fioi'. 'Athhz-^- 
aus is right, for the particle o-u ia common to both clauses. So Aj. 75, 
ov aiy' aviisi tiijSi StiUav d^sl; (Ed. E. 038, Ariat. Hub. 296. oi fiq 
CKiotpci (CKoi^jjs the mss.) (iijtfj jtOHjesis {wonj'oss the mss.) ajrip — ; 
Eurip. Buech. 343 oi fiq Tt^ocoiacie Zilfa — (iij* iloftoq^ti. &c ; 

nKtcnifffte] I- q amB-iieiig, 'mo6e//.' Cf. 1224. 1229. 1240. Ant. 
219. 381. 65G. jEaeh. Prom. OCl. ov-x oTS' ojims amatiJGiii (if zs'i 
Eur. Iph. A. 034 

IISI). ojtiir] ofiJ'i'fii A. 

ofil'ti Jios v'lv — ] The position of vrv it very inulegant. Qu. Jiog 
vw Ofivv —, ur Mapu 1-111- ofivu - Jm'g. Cf. Eui Med. 744. oy.i" nf- 



2r>4 ^OI'OKAKOr^ 



ofii'i'ft' f'ytays , Zi}»' i%av i-itaiiorov. 


oiJ 111) idfia' dQU6b> -ytt^' evxofiat d" Sjiag. 1190 


olc^' ovv TOJ' Oi'xfjg Zijvog vipiGrtiv n:uyov\ 

Sov y^g. Virg. ^11. VI. 351. 'mnria fisptTU juro.' The truiisimsitioii, I 
Biispoet, was due to some one whom the sliortening of vvv iiffoi]ile<I. 

vvv B. L. Bind, Wnnd. vvv K. T. Herm. viilg, 

1180. -q (i^vl CI. 356. Pliil. 593. Herod, in. 133. i^OQTioi: fiiv, 1) 
liijV (al. ft*V) of avTVJiovg) ijasiv lie 1/itil veri/ff I uill do tvbat!' 

x«l To«' A T K xb! zoz B maig Twiti W«k. Qh. yci rai', 
or MctrrtK', or ■xsv&vs, and tmmediatetii tl V)iU be ptoaounred (agreed to 
by me).* At the end of the line 1 note of iiitecrogation is pnt bj Wiinrl. 
Dind. Schn. Bgk , «ud also iftei SQaant bj ITerm Diiid. Schn. Thn 
interrogation should he marked oiilj ifter S^oanv, as in tlie older edd. 
and Br. In iieit verse sv.TiXfiv is ol courte fntuie 

1188. Ziiv' iimi rnwfiOTot} ' rioving Zem waoked (^■a-om),'' i. v. siM'iir 
ing by Zens. 

ijcaflo^ov\ BiriaiiOTOv Ven. Bcltol ; oqkiov. 

1189. st S' h-z6s i'ld-oig^ Sc. TUiv ogxiav. >irh-]: tl n«sio(*«i''J« 
Totis o(nious. C'f. Arist, Lj';. 234. taxix iiiniSovca iiiv jri'otp" tPTfvitfvi' 
I — il Si jza^a^aliji' , vAazos ^(iiil«&' ^ ki>Ii|. Kill". Rnppl. 1201. Sp- 
KOv litXtaovttg. Ipli T 733. {/ 3 Ixitxotv tow oeKof adiKoi'iis ijii. 
For tho opt. lX9ois of, tEd K. 250. 

1190. ov fi^ 1«^m] So. Ttrifiovde. '1 sliiill not yel any.' Cf. C21. 
Phil. 103. Ol! (li; 5ii'#(jTff( 418. oji pq ■S'aj'fijoi. 381. (EJ.'c. 4CII. 649. 
El. 42. 1029. Aj. 421. Liter.illj : 'there need be no fear {Ssos) lest I should 
gel them.' 

1191. Tov Oirrjs Zjjrog — Jrnyorl I. e. zov Oltaiov Zijkos Tiayov. 
So Phil. 489. XK XaXKaSavzoe Ev^oiag {Ei^olif Miisgr. &c.) cza^nd. 
Aj. 53. is/«s — ^ovxoltav tf^ovgij/iaTa. Aiit. 1204. i(i^6ot§(i[^TOI' Kopjjs 
ri>fiq)sroi'''^iaoti. (Ed. C. 932. M«i ih TMt ■9-j«ij/ pi's | ayovza wazav 
aS'lirov itz^Qia. Above S73. jiilayj^olojj — (oi OgEfijia Asgvai'ng vA'tiag. 



ohy , {Jb' ^vX}]q ye. 7io?Mi dt) GraQelg ava. 

ivrav&a vvv XQ^ zov(ivv ^^dgavtu ae 
U(3(t' avtoxii-Qcc xui ^vv olg zp?i£"S f^^oav , 
jtoAAjjv filv vXijv rijg ^a&v^Qi^ov dpvdg 
xeiffavta, jtoXi.ov d' «pOtv' exTifiovd"' o^ou 

Euv. Ion. init. UaXXaSoe VJi' oj;fl'm r^e A&rjvatiav ]:&ovo'g, jEscli. Ag. 
12)S. T^v /ii» SvicTOv Stttta naiSsimv kqcbiv \ ^vvri«a. Ag.270.'A9^ov 
alTTog Zijtds- Compare aljove 200. la Zsv, lov OiVjjs wroftoi' os lufiatv' 
t';[£iff. 436. TOu MCT aligov Oltaiov vnTiog \ Jios xa-cciaiQajiTOVTOS. 

Ofr>)e] Ofii/ Miiagr. prob. Elinal. ad (EA. C. 220. Cf. El. 180. o ict 
Kgiaav (.Kgi'irp?) 0ovvojiov ^%mv aKzdv. Eur. Her. 361. o i' "^jyet S&f~ 
viXov zvQavvog. Above 172. ^taSavi. But tbe gen. is supported bj 200. 
lov Oftjjs cTOfitHi OS ittjiwv' ?]:eiK, Cf. Fr. 229. ©e^floa* tmowtaj" Zjj- 
vog 'ji&aov. jEseb. Fr. 140. iv 'iSatip jrwyw. 

■B^iOTTov tbe 1I1SS. vipicTOv Wale. Erf. ad Pliil, 1205. BenaA. Rightly, 
I think. Cf. Phil. 1289. oTiiijioe' ayvov Zijvos vipla^ov ai^ag. Pind. 
N. XI. 2. Zrjpog vTplazov naaiyvriza. Cf. on Pbil. 1289. There was .it 
Thebes a temple ^log v-^lezov. 

1192. noUa Stj] 'OfUiiiies: Cf. Fr. 1238. Herod. It. 173. fiigofi eku- 
TSpoi vj'fiw. Arist. Eq. 411, jtoJlff *r( 'jrl jioHAots. Ve.sp. 1010. moW 
inl jtolioife. PI. 253. e> nolla dq — ^n'fioi' tpayoi'ifs. 

CTH»iiE| Cf. 340. 008. Aj. 1171. jEseli. Stippl, 481. CTc&i^'ti ?rpu 
Tftj;t'ttn'. It WHS customary for the ancrifieer to stand. 

1193. fVTav(fa connect with jrpquKi 1199. 

viv A. L. V. vulg. Sr, B. K. T. snpr. vvv Br. &.<.:. 

zsn *•"'- ,^- , , , . 

^IcpcliiBj f^aipipia L. slapiVta lemin. acliol. f|ap*wi:« K. 

1194. avzoxliQa — ] ' WUk i/inir own Muds, and willi Ihoxe of yoier 
friends that yon desire.' 

Ivv olg zsHt^l'S ipilmv] tEd. C. .^34. ^vv ^nsg tlx'>'^ oiiiitmv -niCTb, 


1195—8. Tliose four lines are with much probability bradieted as spii- 
riona by Wunder (v. Emend, p. 199 f.). Cf. Eur. Here. 240. ay , ot piv 
'EXixrav , oi Si JJcdi'houoS 5rTi!];ag ( Ttfivstv avtax^' IX^ovrag vXovq- 
yovg Sqvos | xoQiiovg ' ijisiSav S' iaxojita&^aiv noXci, \ pia^ov nigi^ 
v^aavTlg ainp-^Qj) ^vla \ i^min^az' avrSiv mo:! tcvqovzs cujikib | nitv- 
Tiav. Ant, 1108 f. Dr. Clarke (Travels VII. 294) noUeed the existence on the 
summit of mount (Eta at this day of the particular trees liere mentioned. 

1195. T^s] zi)v llarl. 

Trig ^a»VQ^Ctov Sgvog] Wakefield quotes Tiieoplir. H. PI, I. 9. ^Ori 
Si khJ za (liv pB^t!(i(K£o; , Ka#((irE(> Sqvs: but still lie woidd prefer hero 
^a^vatiCov or ^u9vziiixov. Why I know not. 

1190. wbCt/avza] ' Haoing hewn.' Hence xopjids, Cycl. 384. iijrriX^g 
Sfjvof I MOpfioiis TtXaziiog taxdifiig ^aletv I'nt. Here. 241. SQv'og mip^oiis. 


S^.-"',::^^T^?!^:S?s^'- ■' :'^-:5^*^^J"S5^^^s;^s^a?^B'T!^w^s;5S7T-';K3C^iLfr.a?^tsi^s^s; 

25fi ZO'I>OKy}F,Or£ 

uy^iov tXiiiot', 6a(i.u Tiwiwi' tftjiu^fii' , 
Hfd ^fVKi'v)]? AkjJo'i'Tr }.ci(i.'jif'.6<i^ otKc.^ 
TtQ^aai. yoov di (iriSiv Blaita ddx^v , 

TOtJiJ' Kvdpog, £p|o)'' 8{ ds (irj , (liva a' sym 

nee, 574. oi *c nXriQOvinv vuQav | nop^ious qjipOKits jievxCvovs. Horn. 
0(1. Tfi'. 196. Arist. Lys. 355. nopfioS — ulrapaj — ilaag. 

jionov] On this fonn ef. on Ant. 80. Jtoiiov (x^imv. Qii. moli^v — 
aygiav iXaCav, as Elmsley (nd Biiceli. 527) tacitly eorreets. ("Non opiia." 
Din<1.) Or at least nvv,vov (fit av%vov, or -aXtiazov) — ay^iov tlaiov. 

ae^sv'] '■Male.' I. o. strong, ti:ic<L Cf. Pliil. 14Qu. -xzanoq a^aiiv 
(i. e, lazvgog). ArLst. Tli. 125. TliooiiUi-, II. PI. IV. 13. rn Sygiu rmr 
^/tiptop fiKKpopnorspK, oror xdiivos ila/as m«i «l;e''S aictov, sQtvihq 
cimqg" i(rj[ti(iorf0a yorg «ai iruj!J'iirf(ia. The wooil of the ivilcl oliro (bo 
zivos, 'oleanler') is meant. Sehol: axaQnov aygislaiov. Ovirl. Past. 
1\'. 741. 'Ure mares otem (al. iniiria rorem),' Aqutjv is feminine also in 
Eur. Baoch. 526. ijiav apcspu xdvdt ^aS-i vriSvv. The miisculine ^rjUvg. 
as Elmsley observes 1. 1., is for more uommon. 

1197. a-i'Qiov iXaiov] Pind. Fr. 21. Aaios ayQtog. 'Aysi^Xai'ci 'o 
wild'Otwe' (lat, 'oleaster') oeenr^ Dioac. I. I25. '^y^it'lcios (jj) in tlie 
same sense Thoocr. VII. 18. Theophr. _H. PI. II. 3. .■>. So ayQtajiirilos, 
aygioKvpiivov , ayQioxQajifi-aoi' , ayQioxaifSctiiov , ayQioyiowvjiJiltt, tJypid 
fiiji«,&e. Bekk. Anecil. p. .539, 28. SyQtog Plaioq. ijv oi aollol dyQtilaiov 
nalooaiv . lati ^aga IltvSdea Iv vjivoiq. Enst. p. 1944, 7. ^tfl-a mjftsKo- 
riov ««i on ^ (liv TOiKUTij {t} ^fiiQog) &t]lvKag IXai'a iXiytzo, fi titvzoi 
dyQia Ha toi, iiaia AfXiov Jiavvaiov,KaiovitayQifXaiog. Quoted fjy Dind, 

cAfia TOvtion repented (1193 f.). Cf. Phil. 273. 

1199. yoor 3h fiitShv tlchm Sdiievyn\g. 'Andhtno tear of lameninlinn be 
introduced (aUowed).' Put liy a poetic license in the sense of olvTog Se iiijSile 
e^flito) (cf. 298). Wakef: '^ Lei m> tear gus/i forth.' JEBc],Bci>t.9G2.l:TaSdxQva. 
Cho, 150. tsTS SdnQv xavafis- Cf. Aj. 579. iirjS' ijiiex'^vove yoovg | 
SKKQve. Hor. Od. IT. 20. 21. 'AOsint ijtani fanere nainia: \ tuclusque titrpeiii el 
guerimomo! | compesreclaimrem,elsepulcri | miltempervacKosfionoreg.' Enniiis: 
' Nemo me laeryima deeoret, neque fiatera fietu j faixii. Ciir ? volito viva' per or/i 
mr&ai.' But rteltm is prohalily faulty. Qu. s^hei (El. 1231. ^gjisi ddv^vov 
ojiiidiiav 5'Jio\ 01 l^Cta (tig ■ind s| being often confounded), or ^kpe/toi, 
or iiixiofi, or in^dXris, or hxiiig. Hart: yoov Sk fufxi fiijff' hm SduQv. 

yoov — 8a«Qv] So in Aj. 679. (iijtf iTciaitijvavg yooufi | Sangvi. Jd- 
KpuK and yooi are found coupled, as Wunder remarks, in Enr- Ipli. T. 
860. Sdveva Hffii yooi. Tro. 315. ial SdxQvei nal yooiai. Or !i20. iv 
Sdv,qvGt MCI yooig. 

1200. BCtivamoq MadaKpuios] Cf. 1074. derivaMoq. Eur. ITec. 900, 
dSd.KQVTOv, dcxivaKTov. Ale. 173. axXavTOg, t/cxivaKtoq. (EOt. C. lOO.I. 
ov citmBrds- 'ASatiQvtQq 'not weeping' occurs Horn. II. 1, 415. Od. 24, 
ei. 4, 186. Cf. on <Ed. R. 969. 

ilitie {flitiQ L.) fl tovS' dvSQoq] Cf. 1064. 1205, 

1201. (lEtfu a lydi — ] 'I villi mvait ikee (f-c' Hut this docs not agree 
with the interprctulion of the ^chol: SientXic^ zaiq xardgtug xal «a&' 
AlSov Pagmv ei. Wunder explains thus! fitfti" <if ■)) hilj ^aaiia ttqd. 



xal vtQ&tv av aQuivi; Ei'ijail jiu^vg. 

oiftin, naxsQ, xi siHKSi ola ft' sf^yaaat. 

&itoia tfpKOrs" iativ' ti 8% (lij, ^ar^og 
uXlov ysvov Tov (irj8' iftos xXtjQ'^g hi. 1205 


tpovt'a yivEG&fsi xkI iiuXa[i.vaT.ov GtO'tv. 


ov d'^r' iyeay', &IK' av S%it) nat.dvt.ov 

Cf. laM. ttXla toi 9tav a^a \ /leisi: a' dniatijeavta zoig ^/tois loyois- 
Qii. yfujooficf (gl. aoi) — . Or itevro yt cot — . 

1202. Kgat'os] 'Bringiny a curse, avenf/iag,' Sciiol: ^juiyKios, icfimpos 
Saifiiav. CEd, R. 1291. .^seli. Ag. 228. qi^oyyov uQaton ofitois. Enr. Meil. 
fi08. «al GOie ttQaia y' ovea tvyxavBi Sofioig. Iph T. 778. ^ oofs agaia 
Smfiaciv yenjoofn". Sopii. Pr, 467. o nQoa^tv il9wv ^v ajaios fiot 
vlnve. Elinsl, ml Med. 595, 

0aQve} ' CaiM«s trouble a awn e of tJoubW fEd C 402 vsivois 
tvil^oe St on imp (J Bog ^uqi s 40'^ 

120^ Ti K L ■Wiiiirl Dind bciin ttc A Ilarl Aid Br Naui-k ri 
fi B T Turn trf Ilerra H;irt lOt' V Ven For the luatus cf on 
Pliil 9IT o'lioi, ti slvae, 100 

ottt fi' tfgyaoai] 'What hasl llioii done to me" m thna obliging iiil, 
to i>iit un i,nd to tlico Ilormnim anl Wundi-r wronglj mark id u Itr 
rogation jiftcr tliii, not so Dind Bgk 

sl'^yaoai A K Iq'iueai B L Perluips ^Q-yacn 

1205 Too\ tot h For y^voii perhips xaXot 

120G offioi iittl' KU&(s| Cf FI 1416 (B/toi iitfl «u*ii; Qd C 1477 
1732 Ph 793 tnr Tro C25 alai /!«!' av»iL, Aiist I'l JCi 

ota a iKitalst] 'To lohal Ikmg^ rlofl i/iuti iiteile me' Scliol avay^a 
^eis Wc maj andersLiml Sqav cf on 734 Pcihaps oia jie xeXsvUi 

hitialtl] Ixxalsts Hiil corr 

1207 aalajivaiov] '7ht deiiruyer viilk my own hands, the aeliial mat 
derer' Scliol alccropo; jiiatipovov, avtoxciQa Fiom ituXap.ij ' Ikt. 
hand'', Lat 'palma', Engl 'puba', nlicnce Jta' 'to do a ihmg 
wilA ones own hands' ni,ncc vataftvaioi comes to nioitn tlie sume as 
avTOX'iQ, ' one ur/io pel peCrales a deed (munlet s) urit/i las ourn hand ' FA 587 
jEscIi Earn 416 Wnnder and otiiors wrongly mteirogate at the end of 
tins hno cf on 1203 It is an oxc! imation , not an interrogation 

1208 wv fjoj] MS fiD) (cf 1234) IToim Wirt Wt. must I think, 
eoiroot Lithcr here log ^x^r <" '" " '■'^ ''"'' ^iot'/kbj fnaifOQOii' oi Sio 



258 £0'I'0KJE0)2: 

xfil fiovfov iat}]Qu rav siim> y.axav. 

xal aSy^ vnai^ijv ffaift' av I'cjfijjf to Gov; 1210 

kAA', si (pofiEt npos Tovto . taXXcc y' ff^yaGai. 

(pi>QKg ye rot (pd'ovrjaig ov yev^Gsrcci. 

riijnop) for iwv illtov. "WakefleM also notices the awkwardness of tlie coiii- 
iiion reading'. Herwerden. [An. Tr. p. 202) would eject tibi' ijimi' in next verse. 
Wantler thinks the otherwise intolerable tautology, tmv f'fiw* nuv-iav, 
mv lx(o, is excusable owning to llie intervention of other words. Hut 
the actual position of the words, atv fx'^t ^^'' s'f""" «"nmi', is much 
worse stiU. Cf. on Ant. 404. For the sentiment cf. Eur, Her. 559. 10 yaq 
&-api^v I «a«Siv ^iyiezov quiQuattov vofii^ETiii. Hipp, 1372. 

jcairiviov] Ph. 1345. jutimviag li i;£t>as ll9trv. .,Esch, Ag. 821. tpa^- 
ndviav ^aiiav(tav. Id. ap. Phot. p. 344. iiiais *^ aia^oii Siajtoras xat- 
oiviaii- Arist. Acli. 1150. ■naiatvCatai xegaiv. Qu, naiaiva if. Phil, 168. 
avSi ziv avioi <itttiava kohiSiv iitlvatftav. 

1209. Twy'lti-Siv Moxdij'] Phil. 251. twv tiiav wanav xlioe. IE av 
f);(o be correct in preu. v., I think tmv ijiSiv must be wrong here. Qu. 
duffnjviov (or IvTCri^iov, or Svaifo^iav) mbkcoi'. YA. 873. qis^a — ava- 
^raiilai' av \ na^oi^sv sl%ii — mokibi' (not iSiv aav xobibi'). Cf. on 1208. 
and on <Ed, C. 907. 7«ijje occurs in Hoinei' and Pindar. 

1210. vxtii^iav (corr. vnnC&'ov a ui. ant.) L. Ft. 312. jiijQolg ii-icai- 
^lov Tijii jJioff tv^avviSa. 

1211. Kil' om. Havl. 

qio^it jr(ioe zovto] 'Fearest ia respect of (because of] this.' Cf. 
1243. (Ed. C. 1119. (iJ) ^avjia^i tiqos tu hitaelg. (Ed, R. 980. ai S' 
ig IK /ir^TQOS li>l epo^oii vvfupsvimta. Herod. HI. 30. Jigofi otl' inuiB 
Seious nsol ttoinoil fuj — , Arist. Poet, 11. a-nttXldlav to5 ngog t^v fiij- 
tigK qio'^ov. Matth. Gr. §. 591. §. 578. c. Cf. on (Ed. R. 980. Perhaps 
ifio^si JtQos TOvSe (cf, 150.), or qio^el Squv touio. 

y' A. Harl. Aid. fi' B. K. L. T. Turn. 

1212. qiogas] Scliul: tow ipl^Btv ge. 

qj^ofijcis] 'Refusal, hegriidginy.' Eiir. Med. 62. (i^ qj&orfi qjpKCOi. 
Horn. Od. i', 348. ^Bch. Pr. 603, (Ed. E. 310. Qu. ipo^a? yi lot c7^s oJ 
ytv^eetai ip&ovoe- ^9-6vrjGig probably occurs nowhere else. 

yBvrjacTai] ^ftonjofiKi. Ven. 

1213. nl^eoijici] The word here seems to iniiiin ' complellon.' Seliol: 
oiTtos out 7rJ(je6)'cE(s r^ji nupcr Tqg vlii's; fi»ij|ily l^ycicu (from 1211) 



xa S' a^Xa nQU^ia xov xajtei: rovfiov fte'pog. 

K?.X' afyxeOEi, xal zavTu. ' n^oavai^ai d8 ftot 

; n^a^w, (1215) aatlier tliin j vrjOiitu 

t the ( 

1214 oaov — jifpoii'] 'lesluitl only taking cme ml to tauck tt my 
sel/" ivit/i Illy oan /iimih ' We iiiaj easily anpplj nlmij-aa fioin 7clriQ<antt 
m ircc i Ct (Ed K iil mai ^t jiipozeooai -rovgyov (l^fvad'ai 9 
oaoi I HI/ x^Q^i KatwiK Ihut I III zijg yijs ixgaroov oea (ijj nga 
lovtie nolo ^K TOW oTiliov V> IG ifvlacenv di xj/v vi]aov — ooa uij 
tEBoPttiwofTHe ^al(-k id Fliceti 11 

fti2 TtOTiipavmv A B Hail All \n\g (itj xouiliaxia E ((.q jiote 
T/iatoj (supr tor) T Vtn fiij rcorf Tpitvcov Hart ftij ii ngositiifviov 
■Wiinl Wliicli emendation doubtla^^ light thongh as yet adopted by- 
no othii editoi Lad long since occurred iilao tc injself notiipavav is 
extrenielv su'-pitions in i pure lauiliic triiiiettr at lei^t in bophocles 
Only one inatmce I lelieve, ocLiirs in the Tngedians of «otl usej for 
Jcpos in an Iambic trimeter, and tliat it in jEachylus, Eum 79 [loXoyv 
Ai IlaHados Ttoti ffitolti/ | i^ou — {peihaps itself i eoriupt passage) 
Tloziiiaeziov (Fr. 230) occurs in an liexaraeter. Cf. PMl. 1054, a(f>STi 
ysQ euroj' ftijSJ ^Qos^avojjt' Sti (q^u. n^og^avctiti rt], (Ed. C. 330. ^rgoff- 
ipavaov. Plnd, Fr. 86. noxiipavsi. So ngae^iyyavfiv , Eur. Her. 652&e. 
Perhaps oirov yi (it; cutos 'tttivSt Tt^oa'^aviav x^gaiv. 

1215. Mou uajiEi" xov^ov fi^gos] 'And my part of the business (what 
depends on me) shall not fail.'' Eur. Med. 751. ij ficimr' lKanvoy,sv. Ion. 
363. o KSfivsi xov Hoyov lialtaxd noi. 

KOfift B. -na^iji L. Ktt/i^ K. (in ras.) Haji^ T. bouji afi^ A. 
TOu/toi' fispos] Ant. 1062. to aov (isgog. Eur, Her. 678. roviiov jis- 
eoe. Rhes. 405. lo aov fitgoe. Hec. 989. Torne^vou — fifpoj. 

1216. all' apjifUat xal mSra] ' WeH Men even this teill suffice.' Kal 
is often thus used with uQKttv, tiiavos, alig, &c. Cf. Phil, 339. olfuti 
(lEii «(ij(sii' <;o( yi MKi ta o — alytjjiaS' . Ariat. Lys. 104G. iKctva yceg 
xa Ttaxa hui tci aaQaxsi/iiva. Plat. Soph. 220. aQxei yag xal ro^to, 
Apol, 28 A. all' iitava Kat ravra. Rep. VI. 506 D. aQKiaii yag ^iiir 
«av — ovzto — $ul»yg. VIII. 548 D. iiagxsiv (liir iStiv ■xal in trig vno- 
ygafrjg. Cf. on (Ed. C. 6. 

nQoevsiimi A. K. Aid. Tzgogvtificii B, ^govitjiai (supr. it, and ac- 
cent over a m. ant.) L. Qu. Tigoeviiiiov. There is no more reason 
why the middle should be used hero than in 996. ^vvato. But cf. (Ed. C. 767. 

1217. nBet./ ^e^ia-Kv—] Aj. 130. 

71Q0S lid^qoCg ulloig] Qu. Tigog jiatcgai^q allaig (x^giet). 
fiaugotg] I. i[. jisydloig. Aj. 130. jUKMJOu nloviov. 825. Anf. 393. 
El. 47. 





Tjjw EvQVTtiav iiia'&a drjTu TTuQ&tvuv ; 


syvag. roOovzov 6rj a' imax-^Jtra , xixv 

SiiSovq A. K. L. rfidoif B. T. siipr. 

1218. fiKKgcil Sc. )) zagiq. 

1219. -E^J/ Eue«TStav — jTK^Ei'Oi'J TAe mrBin daughUr nf Earytiis.' 
80 I. Cor. 7, 37. tijQfrv i^v gauroii jctep&j'i'Oi'. Cf, 260. jioiitii rtjv Eogv- 
TtCav. (Ea. R. 2C7. im AaBdaKtia aaiSi. Aj. 801. lou 6>t<rtoe*^oti 
(lai'tsMS. Fr. 153. tiiv AmtiKtiav nttCSa. jEseh. Prom. 7;10. VnijEtoii 
cxiqua. 596. m K^ovie na£. 609. iidpijs tqs 'lva%stae. Supiil. 58. r«s 
Ti]getas ^ aX6x<iv. Fr. 159. jIijimhs Kopijs. Sept. 148. a Aaioyevita 
HOUpH. Fur. rier. 228. zovs 'Hgaxlsiovg naiSug. Trypli'iod. v. 177, Sva 
ftijffijid ti-Kva. Tlie law respecting tlie finul erotic will not, I fenr, allow 
iiH for S^ra to reoil dtfuov, or ^ij nov, as I slioiiM otherwise liiivc felt 
inclined to do: consequently a note of interrogation is properly put at 
tlie end of tlic line iu AI1I. Br. Dind. Wund. Sclin. &c. llerniann mid Wtin- 
der wrongly mtirfc a fall slop. 

1220. woi' Inu-xatuv A. _K. L. T. mar «7rs<jto'£f i« B. Ven. Sieif y 
slxd^stv Reiak. ag y' kititKateiv Kcli. Herni. &c. ms Stt. — Wccld. I. e. 
As far as J can conjeclure.' Cf, on 141. CEd. C. 16. 152. Eur. Ale. 810. as 
y' liiol v^^aS-ai 1(9117/. Arist. PI. 736. mg y' ijiol SoKfiv. Pint. Kep, IV'. 
p. 352. IBS V* ovimal So^ai. Phu'dr. p. 199. Helml. ras y* ta jioSI tsb- 
(iiipaofl-ci. Herod. D. 125. tig f'fi^ *" fttjivrie&m. VII. 21. tog iiiv iiii 
avfiPaXXofievov iv^fenitv. IX. 32. loff Sh s^iixdaai foil. Ilesycliiiis 
explains enffxtl^ra by (fTo%«£o(H(t. EikkJoj anil KjreiKa£(o inonn 'to Ukcti.' 

1221. looouTo* Sij b' ijrtffKiJnrd)] Schol: fvtillofiai eoi, xa^tyyvSi. 
Cf. Eur. Iph. T. 702. jijoe tfeliKs oe xiioS' ^Tiioxijmio) T«Se ■ [ tvit^ov le 
jjiofloj' KBJil'fl'ls jiVTjiifta fioi. (Where, as in this passage, insfoad of tlie 
inlinUivu, Uiero follows tlie imperative, ngoaS'oi;.} [b. 1077. Ale. 365. Iv 
turcti' avratg yaQ y.' ^nicm)T(riij KiSgoig | eot tovaSs ^livat. Cf. Jtrnnuic 
ad Phil, 782. Qu. tooovtov vvv (or Siir' with Ilnrt.) ^jiKnuiniiii. I sii.'!- 
pect tliat Sit, the usual iutorpretntion of vvv, crept into the text, and 
thftt then o' was inserted to £lt up tiie hiatus. By far the more usual 
construction of inievinxeiv is with the dative, (Ed. R. 252. iy.iv zavxa 
.Tcdvt' ImoBijaiM TtXtiv. 1446. hhI ooi y' ejuohjJjttio. Aj. 506. t'jiiv 
Koiriji' njvS tTriOMrlTiTio );(fp(ii, Cf. on <Ed. R 1+40. 



^m'XsL, MKtiffatov oQxCtav fitfivtjfiivng , 

ftijS' aXXog avS^mv toig i(ioVg xksvQotg 6[iov 
xlidstaav avT'^v avrl 6ov iw'^fl JTort, 
aXX' avrog, a aat , rovto xr^Sevaov Atj^og. 
7tt&ov' TO yaQ TOi fisydXa xiGTSvCavr^ i[iot 
<?ftwpoV o' umOtbHv tijv TtaQog Gvy^st x^'pn'. 

■ci-nvov] Perhaps— xeUtv. Cf. (Eil. E. 25^2. i(iiv ravra ^ikvc' tir!- 
antijczm tsletv, 

12^3, opH^ui'] The pluriil ogxtn of an 'ocifl, eovenanl'' occurs Horn. 
II. 3'. 158. Translate: 'the oath imposed on yoa by your father,' 

1224. ^reoo&ou the inss. vulg. Herm. Wund. Schn. &c urjoe&oS Dind. 
Nauck, Cf. fEd. C. 404. ■nQoaO'ie&ai {at) niias xioQag 9slovet. Arist. Av. 
301. o^vpaq>ov — 7i:Qoa9ov (jcgoo&ou the msa.), Eiin. 483, TCQoa9ov (aQoaSov 
the mss.). E([. 51. lp*o5 {fv&ov the inss.). Translate: Tuie to Hiyse/f.' 
Cf, ffid. R. 1460. (Ed. C. 401. Ant. 40. Hesiod. Th. 954. "H^ij?. — alSa^ijv 
&it' uKoiTiv. Herod. Ill, 74. zotat Mayoiei fSo^e — ITpijgaffjisa q:ilov 

1225. Construe /iijS aXlog avigaiv avtl eov Xa^'n jcori aurqj' uli- 

aHoff — Kpii aov] So (Ed, C. 488, avtos vil Tts Silos nut eov. 

1226. Icpoi the mas, vulg. Wund. Bergk. lapij Elinsl. (AM. ad (Ed. 
E. 903.) Herm. Dind. Schn. Hart. Nauck. Rig'htly. Cf. on 331. 596, (Ed. 
E. 49. got. Phil. 789, Above 802, /iij*' avroii S-dva. Arist. Aeh, 221. 
(i^ yaQ iYXaVfi noiJ &c. Tlie sense: 'Nor let ariolfier take her as wife' 
(iin injunction). M/jSi Xa§ot would mean, 'nor laaj/ another </■<•.' {a wish). 
"Nequa enim optat Hercules, sed graviter vetat." (Bind.) Cf, Sen. Cyr. 
VIIL 4, 16. ^v Tijj' &vyatEQa /lov yiiworiiiK luji^avfjs. Hell. IV. I. 2, 
S. Luke Ev. XX. 29. lapwv yvvaiint. 31. ^Xa§Ev cd't^i'. S. Marli XH. 21. 

1227. TOHio xi^Sevaov 3.£];os] 'Cw(r( Mis aMance or marriage.' 1, q. 
rreuiJjv ngoefl'ou SajiaQta 1224. 

Ifjos] Cf. on 361. Jteu^ior ^ llsj;os. AJ. 211, i*);os SoujialoiTOj'. 
Etir. Andr. Fr. IT. t.Siv juq Ttlovtrov oS a^iilToe \ yivvaiov lizag svQtiv. 

1228. vtiS-ov the mss. Wund, Herm, Sclin. Kvic. ni^ov I3r. Erf. Sth. 
Dind. Hart. Nanck. Cf. on 470. El. 1015. 

TO ytcQ TOi — ] I, e. 'for if, after having obeyed me in great things, 
you disobey me in small, you hereby undo (waste, destroy, forfeit) the for- 
mer favour or obligalion.' 

mctivotivt iiioi] moTtvoavia (loi Week!. 'Hosing obeyed me.' Cf. 
1261, (Ed, C. 175, CEd, R. 625. Fli. 1374. and on Ant. 219. 

1229. oiitK^ote dmaxfiv the mss. 'To obey in Utile matters.' But surely, 
ns iitfttla is put after TiicttvaavTK, we slionld expect to find e^tjiQa 
or Ofitngov., not the dative ajiinfotg , joined with aaiatsiv. Qu. eiiixQov 
e' aTiiHTtiv, or ojiiHg' oliy' djiiavsiv , or le fffitne' djiiaifiv, or Ofn'Mp' 
iit' dniettiv. Or lo yag la fiiydla — i« gii,Ciiq' c 

amatitv] Cf. 1183. 1324. 1240. Ant. 219. loft am. 
656. Phil. 1350. Plat. TheaeL 11. &c. 




oj'ftot. TO ftsv voOovvxi ^vfiovO&ru xrtxvv , 12-'MI 

ro d' cab' oqkv <pQovovvtr( rig jtot' «v cpiQoi.; 


dq t&yaSiiav ovdlv <av Xsyta Q-qos^s- 

rig yitQ jro9'', ^' (loi iitjTQl jifi/ i&Rvei')' jiov)^ 
jierctiTios , eoi d' Kv&ig oSg i'^sts I'z*"' , 

zljv nagos (Tcalai Harl) luynH" xaqiv the mss. Qii. i^j; izripni^' 
SHXti: xaQiv. Cf. Phil. 13. pij — nayix^al to ««j/ odqKOftn. 

euyjtr] 'Destroys.' (Ed, C. 609. r« d nlAti uuj'];sf juirfl" o itciy- 
xQKtris xeovog. 

1230 f. Wnndev thinlis tliese Unea fanlty. Sehol: to &viioiad-M, i£ 
fig TinaQ'tiiiv avz^, Hal to ■ndtse^^ai raffs ipQtivovvxi Svaxtgis. Trans- 
late: 'Ah me! to be angry with an afflicted (imane) person U bad, bid to 
see Mm (oi a persoa) this minded wSo ever can endure?' 

1230. to A. T. r^ B. K, zai L. Said. v. offtoi. Cf. 710. lO (lav&n- 
vitv I nolX' alaxQov ovSiv. 

voaovvzi »v(iova»at\ Cf. HL Ou.uoScr&ni — utiVo. Foi raaovizi 
Wakefield and Wnnder propose to read voooavza, which realing' ih nd 
opted by Hart. Perhaps rightly. Cf. on next v. For ^(o:J^o^ qu yii%ov 

1231 TO S' a>S' ogav} to 3' mSe Sf/Sv, Groddecks conjecture, la 
approved ut by Wiinder, and adopted by Hart. Wiinder snppoaea the 
sense of the passage to be this: ^Beu, mentis non coetpofeia uosct (Her- 
culem mihi) malum est; sed mentis compoiem talia mandata es.'-equi (aemet 
ipsum dicit) qiiis ferat?' Noattv and ^govtiv being opposed tt ono an- 
other, as in Aj. [271—3.] 337. 444. Ant. 1052. Cf. 1141 

rp^goi A. K. L. T. AW. /pSffTj B. 

1232. ojs Igyaaiiav — ] Cf. (Ed. E. 625. mg ovx vjiui^i oiSi jinfifi. 
oeif Xeysie Kl. 1026 ag ovzl avvSQaaovete vovitixsts zade, 

IftfaiSEiav), Cf. Aj. 32fi. 585. Phil. 1001. Eiir. Phren. 1214. (Valck.) 
Compare oipBio) (from ofpoaai) , ipev%iica (from qieu'^OfHti) i ay-ovasCia 
(from aKoucofiat)- 

Schol; avrX to5, jtms af ^yw f^oi'fiijv yq/tma^r^r, ziiv xwiv v,a%iav 
atzlav oimv; 

1233. n (toi ^rizqi] Pur the dative Dind. with Nauiik compares 650. a Si 
o!. rp{ia Sa^dQ. Odyss §', 60. (njM'et fiot (iv)Jotw*S iTtiz9fov ovv l^s- 
Xova^. Perhaps ij /lov (iijiei- would be preferable, or ^ztg iijjzqi liov. 
Or itoi may mean, 'lo my grief or loss.'' 

^ttvtiv ftovT) ftiiaCzioql Cf. on 260. p.ixahiov fiovov. Ant. 117.1, 
Tc9vBaiv 01 6h gmrtts ahioi 9avc£v. 

1234. jiszatziog] Qh. jietaizia. Cf. 447. 13 fietaiu'a. .^sch. Cho. 100. 
00^ i' the mai. vulg Herm. Wimd. Schn. aol S'' Sch. Hart. Dind. 

Bened. Kanck. V Schief. Melet. p. 23. "Nempe fiiv et Si copulant diversa; 
li adjiingit similin " Pflija:k. ad Andr. 466. (who refers to Andr. 653. 


rPJXIMvl]. 263 

jj TotSiv i%%^C0TOi6i OvvvaCsiv o/iov. 

SnppI 1036 Tro 134 LI 146 Hei 239 Matih id Oiest 24 ) He adds 
IiowBTer "Rariores tanien sunt loci qui 9f oniDino uon recipiant " 

1235 ittvt'] I Hoald read rrivS to correspond with ^ in 1233 I iim 
Rurpriaed that no ecbtor sliould have proposed tins simple correotion 
Schol Tig av tavTU agaT-ceiv eloito, hiiat mv (taviag Tial ^tr/laeias, 
avtl Toi , ov* iStv sloifujJ', fl fiij ftaivoiiit]]! Wunder ' guis Me sumni, 
iicapiat' (1 e who would take to himself? cf 1224) Who thinkf, that 
Hjllus s lys xavz insteal of trfiiS to e\piess his contempt for lole Bnt 
this IS a very improbible ^supposition 

ooiis (iij I ciXaato^im> lOffo*] 'If ho iins Jiot troubled hij the avenging 
deities', 1 e who wai not insine Schul fxxog tov iiaticit, ««( 9frjlae/tts 

aXaeroQai] C{ ott (Ed C 78* Schol id Eur Phten 1550 alaetogss 
Xeyovzal rtvog q oi «aK(moiovvx£S avtov, ^ 01 Si' MC*-qaiv avxov szs- 
(1011 s MCKOJioiotrvttg. 

1236. vonor A. K. L. Aid. voetC R, T. Ven. The opt, foaoi is put, 
hecause of the adjoining one ?1oito, aa in jEseh. Suppl, 903. xXaoig av, 
el ipttvetiag. Cf. on 1161. Ant. 375. 

1236. eXono] atgoito (snpr. sX.) T. ct^otzo Ven. 

Kpsfucoi' xafi^ y'] Qu. «a(ii Kgtiaaov. Or xetiaaov na/ii avv&aviCv, 

1237. toleiv li&Cezoiai] 'WUh those isko are most hateful.'- The plural, 
IhoHg'h only lole is meant. Cf. on 1266. and CEd. R. 36B. 414. 1095. 

Cvvvaitiv^ <E(I. R. 414. oriai' oltittq jifTot, 

1233, aviiQ (he mss. Bn^g Herm. Dind. &c. 

ov vi\),HV ip-oX A. B. K. L. T. Harl. Ven. Aid. Seh. Herm. Bergk. ov 
vipti y' Ipol Tnm. oix ipoi vtftsr Wakef. ov viftii xutqI Erf. ot! 
fEfitfr l(ioi Br. Sch. Dind. Wund. Schn. Nek. ov vtfisVri ftoi'Bart. 
{or conj. vEpii) Jittigi Dind. Schol; fisQOs evnoitag TCQoavipiuv Ipol. Qii. 
avrig oS', mg loijtcv, ovti jtot vcpot (or ov vtfiBi zi jiot) — . Or — ovs 
Ijiov y' fj;e( | qifffTfoi'iEe mpH* (cf. 67). Or — 01! vfjiitv &eXci (or ov 
liiXXsi vtfietv) I ip9ivovti fioi zaS\ Or — vlpfiv 9iltt \ ip^lvovzi /loi 
zaS' (zoS'). Or KP^g oS' ov% foiKt icQoovtpHv Ifioi \ ip9ivovtt poigav. 
Or avi^Q oS' ovk foi«e fioi vsfieiv xiva (or ^eXstv veptiv}—. Or ov^q 
od' ov vcpfiv foiat i^ TiazQi (gl. Jfioi')- Cf. (Ed. R. 1160. c*^? 0*', 
as ^omiv. Is tptpas l-l". Ant. 740. oS' , rag *oi)i£, tfl yurtfiiit cii/i- 
finjEi' (cuftftBidV E,). Ph. 910. ap^p otf' — a^oSovi ft' ^oiks Konit- 
51(011 top jrloSi' iJTSi£(>. Arist. Ach. 1037. uvitQ — ovk fomip o^Ssri 
ficiuAcaiTEtv. I do not think the common reading vip,si.v (or vspgiv) 
can he right; but, if it is, we may compare sach passages as the follow- 
ing, JEsch. Pers. 187. zovrm ezaeiv ziv', ai? lya 'donovv oquv, \ ztv- 
XtiV- ir aXXijXamiv (here however xevieiv does not at all depend on opav, 
bnt means 'Ikey began to make'f. Herod. I. 68. as S!) tiiv fpoiyi So-nid, 
ovSi zo IlcXaaytiiov i^fos, iov ^OQ^aQov, ovSapa fityttltos av^ti^ijvai. 


•JU E0t>0KAK0rs 

ip'&ivovti iiolpuV clXla rot fl-ftav n^ii 

ofyot, tax', "fS eoixag, cig voGBig privets- 

1, 66. log iJ' avrol AaxtSaijiorioi liyovai, AvxovQyov — tv. Apijiijs ayci- 
yso&«t xavza. IV. 6. los 6s S-Av&ai Ifyotiffi, tftoiaioj' nnwi'iiBi' ^^- 
riav flvKi TO atfizt^ov. IV. 76. cos 5' ^yco ^-novaa Ttfivtia — sivat ao- 
rov &c. IV. 85. rag Si lyoi Jtw^ttvofiai — tov ZiifioX^M' Tovtov — dov- 
Xtiaai Iv Sa(i,<a. V. U. VII. 171. IX. 85. Hsto Pliileb. p. 20 D. ro Si 
ye l^ijv, tag ol/iai, tibqI avtav avayxaiozri'cov slvai Isysiv. Pliffiilr. p. 
128D. navtatcaai yttQ, o »«( taz «e];«g tSjto^iv zovSs zov loyov, oil 
ovSiv tti)j#fiae iiezixftv Sioi. Heind. ad Plat. Soph. 105. Cic. de Kep. 
I. 37. N. D. II. 37. Off. I. 7. CE. on Ant. 740. Herm. mI Vig. y. 894, 
Matth. Or. g. 539. n. 2. Benedict supplies EotKf. A slmiUr ellipse U found 
in such passages as Knr. PL. 206. q:iloilioyov ya^ Jiflflf"' 9r)lfiav ?qjii. 
For the eipcession vifiiiv tisl jiigos or (lorpttw of. .iEsdi. Prom. 291. ou» 
hriv 3re> | ps/JoKa ^oiqav vUp-aip,' rj aoL Eur. Hel. 917. ovuovv xei 
eg ovyyova nXiov \ vefteiv ^.atuita jiallov ^ jeijoioi jiutqI. Hec. 868. 
inti Si raQ^tig, to r' oj;lo) jrleov j'i/ijfs. Suppl. 251. Wfiorrts im 
^j&ovp Jtljcw fijjos. Erechth. Fr, 20, 7. rp Tclovaiip te /i^ diiJois 
fiEfJoi' (i^eoE, Herod. II. J73. fi^^og sKaisQa vifim. Thuc. III. 3. (i*££or 
t^igoe vs[iortis ip f-'? ^ouliC^ci reii;^^ fririt 48 fujre ofjiTo wliOJ/ 
VEt(''*"'^^e f"i" imuxiia Plat Gorg J92C ^i]8tv alsov v-fiovztg zoig 
<piloiB civzmv )] toij ijfl'goi.s Gorg 434 E vsjimv lo iiiEtCTov — (i yoi 
(Enrip.). Blomf. G). Prom 299 The plii lae vcjieiv xivi jiotgav tliua 
absolutely espreased, seldom occars &o vBfittv xtvi. xaqiv Aj 1371 

1239. alka lot %£mv tigix the msg vulg But tint, cftnaot he riglil 
"Alia — loi indeed often oi.c,ars (Aut 473 834 Aj US Ph 1252 1355 &c ) 
not so alia tot. Qu all aga p.ivtol »sav (Ph j-1 Aj 5b7 ) Or 
all' at)d ys zoi &mv (Ti 1107 Ant 1064) Or a)la (nju «e« dlrov 
Or alia 9eSiv, cv ic^ , iiQa (tlie cotruption haMiig aiisen in tlii'i iiso 
from the synizeBis in 9-siov boing mii understood a& Hanil, by the Lupjists 
Or aXXa SalfioViov aQ« 

9eav dqa] 'The curst •/ the /'«fi i e tlieii vengeiiice jovuke! Ct 
1201. tl Si nil, iifVBi a i'ito | xal vtQ&gv av tcQatoe tigau ^«eis 

1240. cLTciatijaavzai 'Ilamng lisutieyed ' Cf on 1229 

1241. ofjiot, tax, ms fOLKttg, tag voaei^g rpQuasig t\ia rnns. vnlg. 'Alas! 
yoa mill soon, iC scents, slioio (give proof) Awo ill you are (how dislurbeil yoa 
are in j/oar mind) ,' when you thus insist upon my doing such unnattiral 
tilings, threatening me with the onrse of the gods, if I refuse. Vaiiv: 
'Brevi, lit videris affecltis, dices, quereris, ie in inorbi do/ores rccidi.sse,' 
Qu. offioi xaxiSs foiKKSi OJS ipgd^tig, voaeiv. Cf. Schol: eis qiavfgog tl 
voamv jcJlfiitaf, ovita wcri xaXttimg Siultyofisvog. 

otfioi A. K. oiftoi U. L. T. 

(OS ^oiKUs] El. 516. Arist. PI. 826. SriXov ozi zotv Mfjoirou ns, ws 

foiK«5, tl. 

^ptfiTiis] ^p(!Vf(6{Axt'sconj,)Schn.Ni;]i. giBfttV Herm., toll. 1238. T^.^TJS• 
late! 'T/ioii win show.' Cf. Ant. 682. liyeiv ifQovovVTmg eiv Hf'yE'S ^oxft's TCfpi. 


T FAX! NT A I. 265 

HP A Kyi PIS. 

Gv yaQ XKT.tvvaa&iv tod' exkivbI^ xaxdv. 


ov ya^ Sixeaoiq zov qivtBVGavxog xkvHV. 

kXX' ixSiSax^'b) Srira SvGSt^Elv , ndriQ ; 1246 

ov Svast^eia, roviiov ti tssfip6i-s xe'aQ. 

XQaeOHV uvayccs ovv (le zavdixtog tads; 

1242. av yaQ ji' Knfvvao&fvzoi inxivcCg Kanov tlie msa, I suspect 
tlie true rejiding is av y^Q tiarivvae9tv toS' iuxtntig [or avaKtvtti, or 
av Mints) xitx6v. Or — TiaTEvvaeSstaav eiivivttg I'osoi'. Cf. 979. ov fiij 
'Jsyspsfs lov vTTvey itazoxov \ khmxii'ijoeib KKvaatrjans \ ipoizaSa Sfivijv 
vaaov, m texvovi 1259. jiqIv tijV*' avtrKivijaat | voeov. 1008. avaifTQOfptrg 
S ti Jiat jniffij. (Ed. C. 510. Suvov (lif lO Tcdlcu vtifievov ^Sij vaniiv — 
Jjif yt^geii'. Km'. El. 41. (vSovt tin slijyei^t tbv 'Ayajitjivovog | ipovov. 
Suppl. 1147. owtc ^OKOv to'*' tudfi. Hec. 663. Maah. Ag. 346. Jypij- 
yoQo; ro ji^fia. Pliil. 679. ^Tciotat <pvlXois Kazfvvaafisv. As Wakefield 
observes, axfvva^siv probnbly occurs no where else. 

axfvvaa^ivtos A. B. K. T. AH. viilg. bh' evvaad-fvtog L. (?) Herm. 
(from St-liol.) Apltz. ISeued. Dind. Wand. Schn. Hart. Cf. Scbol; av, tpri- 
oiv, arazttgatTtig «to -zov iittzKTCQavi'9'fj'zos xaxov, fiij retid'oftti'Os. 

1243. It irolln] Qu. Ig iiavza, 'in all respects, in all points. And so, 
I find , reads Hart. 

xanOQSiv A. B. t anoQfiv K. L. rajcogstv Ilarl. y' Ijianageiv 'V, 
I. e. Tiji" ano^iav, as to qiiXtiv for :pilia (Ed. C 1617. Qn. tktioqoov, 
' Ikal tvhic/l perplexes, perplexUy\ as to yoeovv Phil. 675. For to yield 
obedieiiue and to withhold it are both equally difficult. Stliol: o:iojroji 
yiiQ xal ivavTiovaS-ai xul nii^ta^ai. Cf. (Ed. R. 4fi6. o ii It^a S' 

1244. 3tK«ioig] 'TkinkeKt proper.' I. q. a^iolg. Schol: a|toi/ vojii^etg. 
1248. oti tftirjflsPfiiii] Qu. ou SvaafPijaii-e, or o« tfiioff((3^s st. 

1247. Tigaaauv avtoyng ovv fis irBrtfi'iKos zaSe vulg. The position of 
ouii is by no means elegfant or usual. I would transpose avaiyag ovv pe 
■navSivag ngaaofiv raSe; So Aj. 1365. avtayag ovv fii tov vixghv &a- 
nzBiv r«r; But of. (Ed, C. 1424. ogcig za raid' ovi> —, Cf. on Phil. 959. 

,y Google 

i'yays' rorhav jiKQtv^ag xnlai Qsovq. 

ToiyaQ Ttot-TjSm xovx anaGoyLai, to 6ov 
&80161 Suxvvs IpyW ov yaQ av %otE 
xaxos <pRv&Criv Goi ye TtietevGag , ndrsQ. 

xetXag tsXtvtSs , xdnl ToidSs z^v xkqiv 

Qvv] Sri K. Qii. vvv (of wLIdi Sij is often .1 gloss). 

xavSiMoe] 'Rightly, with a clear conscience.'' Cf. on 611. (Ed. C. 1306. 

1249. «o«« a-iNaaofiai\ 'And I will not thrust it from me, 1 will not 
recoil from it.' Cf. El. 644. ov'x axroaoiiai. Phil, 527. x'i vavs yag a^ii, 

TO <sov &eo((Ti dftHVus feyov vu\g. This can only mean 'shotdng to 
the gods thy acf, whereas the senee required is 'shotring to the gods that 
the act is thine.' Heath: 'Deos testatus tuum esse hoc facinas (i. e. liio jussu 
faclum).' I would therefore correct aov ov | &(otai Siiv,vvs fpyoj' {or 
TOvgyov). Cf. 775. 10 aov {lybv St?) (lovijs | dagr](i.' k'le^fv. Or roSt 
I aov &ioiai BtiKvitg ^Qyov (the corruption having nrisen, as usnal, from 
ignorance of the synizeaia in 9[otai). Or hobx Kntoioojtai to SqSv, | aov 
^eaiat Sfinvvg tovgyov. Dobree conj: ro aov — tovQyov, i. 0. Sei^ag 
iovQy<yv (ov) zo aov. 

1250. Schol: ^totai Sii-xviiq iQyov. fliKjinpiiipn'jifj'os roig 9(oi)s ya- 
fijjco) rr/v loliiv. 

ov yep e/v Ttore naxog ipaviirjv — ] 'For never can I appear to nel 
virangly in obeying at least you, my father.' Perhaps ov y&Q ovv wot* j 
Koxos qnxvovjiai -—, Cf. Aj. I24I, ifiarovfil9' — K«KOi. 1369. 

1251. xiattvaag] 'having obeyed.' Cf. 1228. 1240. 

1252. Ktilae iBltviag] 'Vou endwell, you speak at last rigMly.' Schol: 
xcf^oi; TOP Xoyov iitSQaitaaas. Cf. Eur. Beller. Fr. 3. OQyt) yitQ Sartg iv- 
#(0)6 j;([(n'J«iai, «axoie TslevTa' hZsmito; yag eipalXsi ^gOTOus- Herod. 
nr. 40. h telog — KHKffle heStwijae icgoQgt^oe. 

f^v jjapir Taxci:av — }[q669bs] ' Accord this fsiioxir quickly.' Cf, (Ed. 
C. 767. ouK ^&eleg Q-tlovti ngoa^ia^cii (npoo&aVR?) xuqiv. El. 933. 
Herod. IV. 139. fSo^f eipi mpog Taiiri; (t^ yvta/iy) tirSe Ipyf Tf ««! txia 
TiQoa^fivai. ibid, tavza ii'sv aQoaf&ijitav ti) yvto/itj. Arist. Piccl. 1048. 
fKyfflljl' anoStaeii) Kori iinj^srai' (for iKjEfnii) oot );n0ii'. 

1253. After apooO'ES Wunder rightly marks a comma instead of the 
usual colon; for «k if^e is cxplaniitory of the lapiv. Cf, 600 — 2. 


riy' iyxovetr', K^QsaQ-s. nav^n xoi xaxav 
avtt} , TEAfuri) tovSt ravdgog vSraTtj. 

lanteetv] Cf. Phil. 699. sf rig iiinicoi (atiidg). Xen. An. V. 7. 29. 
fi^ Ivaaa Tie ^fiiy iiiTCEJiztonot, 

IS5-1. UJcaQCTYIlov ij ziv olazQOv'] Tlie rir belongs equally to cjtk- 
Qayjiov. Cf. on 3. But should we not transpose olatgov itv' ?j anagayiLovl 
For ejcaqayiibv perhaps aSayp-ov. Cf. 770. 

Iif &ys] jisS'elg (jttS'^s corr. a m. pr.) L. A similar error 799. 

126&. ay', lyvovtCT] Qu. h', [or all') iy^ovtit'. Arist. Aoh. 1087. 
all' lywvti. PI. 255. It', iyKOVStts. Eur. Here. 521. I'r, lyxovtiri. 
Heo. 571. anevBcifiiv , iy%oviiiiiEv. 

atijso&f] 'Raise me in your hands.'' Cf. El. 54. TUJtm/ia xal^oTtlivQav 
■^g\iivoi x^QOiv. lielow 1264, atqtz', onaSoC (sc. avtov), 

mavXa — tiaiiSiv] Arist. Lys. 772. navla Kti%mv I'atai. Plat. Rep. V. 
473 D. VI. 501 E. Epist. VII. 336 E. Diodor. V. 38. (Wessel.). Thomas 
Mag. p. 59. therefore tinreasonably condemns navla, recommending in- 
stead avdjravla. Compare also ffid. C. 88. og fioi — tavt^v ilt^t tiav- 
lav -^ iWovTi %coqav tEQftiav. Eur. Hero. 425. tdr r* molutfifxeiiov | 
fitltve' ig''AtSav, vovtov tslivtav. 

1256. aviJi zelsvtii (ztlfvt^ L.) Tov6t TavSQos vetatii viilg. avtrj, 
rtXevtii — Br. Dind. «uwj niisufros — conj. Bei^k. aorij Ttlevzi] loiJSs 
tafSgog uffrniij Hart. For vatartj Wunder conjectures tezaTai, coll. 
Phil 175 10) tetaftirqi (achol: rtj ytcofii'i'irj). Aj. 306. Ant. 435. See his 
Emend p 168 f Musgrave connects vavla veratrj vauav. Schol: fiotij 
yuQ avtijiavcte to jrorpreftEiVfti ft* rw tcvqI kbI zoiavr'ti tilevt^ jpnoa- 
a9iti Qn avttj Tilevzij taSt zav$Qi 9f<f(pazoe. (Cf. (Ed. C. 1473. JjKft 
z( S ijt uvSqI (xmSs Tor^pt?) 9tarpatos piov islsurij.) Or — xovSe 
zKvSqoi lazt Sri (or sCj;ar)j, or );)' fidi'i;). Or — totldt iKW^poE vata- 
ttyv put proleptically, cf. on (Ed, C. 1200.). Or - Iffrciffjj (or fejsiKO- 
Or aurij jtfngrorni rwtfs TavSpi &e'irqDO;TOs (or Svojioiia, or lou ^^oti). 
Or nSiij fidvjj 3^ imSe tavSql ylyvezai (or Puv Jtslst, or ipciivizat). 
Or — iKJ'ffe! ta8' irplazattti (or iitigxtzei). Or aSijj «^1eii#os — 
roraTi) (cf. 156. 874.). Or avzri tsXtvzav zmSi zavSql ylyvszai. (Wake- 
field proposed ttAfurS.) Or ^lovTSlevzS] — . Tlie passage seems corrupt; 
hut the sense of it, as Wunder remarks, is or should be this: 'for this 
termination of my life (the being placed on the pile and burnt) is the appointed 
end of my woes.' 

zeltvtij A. B. K. T. Aid. zslivzyi L. and so perhaps read the SchoL 
zovSs tav8eos A. E. T. zovSi y avS^og B. zovSi z' avS^ag L. 

1257. ovSy (tQyu'i I. q. ovSlv kwIvh. Cf. on 344. aol zaiaSi z' 

Boi\ Zoi, I thluli, would be prefer;ible. 




aye vvv , 7tQi,v Tiji/d avctxivijGat 

TtXiioue&at} As tins vev!> ocetirs iiowliero else in a trimeter in So- 
phocles, is never used at all by jEschylus or Euripiiles, and indeed is 
Beldom if ever employed even by any good ancient prose writer, Wunder 
(Emend, p. 160.) proposes to anbstitute here ^tgaiven^at, mhich is com- 
monly explained by ■tslsiova^'ai by tlie grammarians. 

1259 — T8. These concluding lines are ejected hy Hiirtung. 

1259. ays vvv~m V"!"!] Cf. Arist. Ach, 485. ayt vvv, ra taXaiva 
KaqSia, \ a^fl&' inEtat — loifujeoji, iS't, -[lOQ-qaov, ttyufiai Knpffi'ns. 
Eur. Ale. 837. a voXla tlaacc v,ttQSia ijivxi^ z iji^ (where Here, speaks). 
Med. 1-237. Horn. Od. ji'. 18. thla&t. Si/, xenaijj. Seidl. ad Iph. T. 813. 
Find. 01. n. 161. ^nsj* vvv oao'irM td£oj/, Syt, »vtie. N. III. 45. Some- 
what similarly Eur. Here. 833. alX eV, aTiyv,-cov avXXapovisci KugSCav — 
iXccvvi, v,Cvii ha. HerculoB, on his wny to the funeral pile, encourages 
himself to avoid unmanly lamentation, 

vvv A. L. Aid. Nauck. vvv B. and (Gl. Sri) T. Turn. Br. Dind. Wund. 
Bergk. *q K. 

Ttpiv — voaov^ 'Before awakening this malady', i. e. in order not to 
awaken it. Cf. on 1242. 

avaKivriaat] Perliaps ava%ivgla&al. Sehneid, wrongly takes it ^is in- 

1260. a ilivxri anltiQa, xaXvpog—} Tiie Schol. connects w ipvxri 
6>tXi]tf« ;ialBpos. And so Wakef. and Wund. Cf. Hesioil. Op. 146. aSd- 
jiavzos I'xoi' KQateQorpQora Or/xor. Horn, II. to .205. aiStj^ftav vv loi 
ijiop. Perhaps we should read thus: a -^ujijj, (ixXtjqov {or riither cmAjj- 
po5) %aXvPog — . But cf. Aj. 1361. mtlriQav — Tpux^v. 

ZaXv^og] 'Of steel.' See on .ffisch. Prom. 133. 

XaXvPos It^aKoXXtjtov atSjuov aa^ix"""' ^^^ '"^3. This I have al- 
ways considered one of the most perplexing passages in Sophocles. Wlint 
i» the meaning of atoiiiov and U^oxoXXtitov? What is the construction 
of jalu^os? What good sense does ji«9^);<"'<i' yield? The answer to 
these queries depends pretty much upon the sense of ezoiitov, which may 
mean either 'a liU,' or 'l/ie inoulh of a caoern;' both which explanations 
are given in the older Scholia. The common reading, as Sehneid. remarks, 
can hardly be right. We will first try how the former signification suits. 
Seliol: lihivov »ai CKlfj^ov x'^Xivov aavr^ lai^alovaa. C. Maltliiie gives 
this as the sense of the passage: 'Jgedum, o darn anima, morere jcoa ia- 
jeclo ferreo geiimds distiTicto freno.'' Wuiider explains thus: 'supplying 
(me, my mouth) wil/i a bard bit' (that I break not forth into unseemly la- 
, mentation; the mind and the tongue, or mouth, being often placed in 
opposition one to another). Perhaps we should read, lali-^os Xi^OKolXr/- 
10* oidfiiof Saxvova, or — Xi9onoXXiita ezofit' hSuKvova . I. e. 'champinij 
anleel bit set wilh stones (easily).' Menand. Mein. IV. 181. xqvgovv Ijio- 
Qieag, sWe ItfroKo'Jiijroi' ^v. Theopomp. ap. Longin. de Subl. 43, 2. 
Xli^ovoXl'^|TOvs {xeatriQa?). Cf. Eur. Hipp. 1223. at S' IvSa^oveai aTojita 


Tl'yiXiNIAJ. 2GI) 

Ttvaiyivij yvtiSois \ ^I'a fi^ovoiv. I'l;it.. l'h.i;ili-, p. a51 D. hSaaav xiiv 
XUkivov. ^scli. Prom. 1009, SaiiaiV SI azo^Lov as vso^vy^s I mwAus ^la- 
Jei Kai jrpos iji'iae fieixei. Tlieoilectea ap. Stob. II. alJl , to lalai/ ©«j'(nrK, 
Kopis'psi dttMOj* j o^y^s j;oili>'oii (qii. ogy^ ];s1t!hjii , uolL Teap. 10S3.). 
Above 976. iclX fo);E SwKior 1 OTOfia iioJ'. Kl. 14G2. toe — erdfiia ffEi;jjic« 
rafiK. Or XiSoTtolirizit aiofii eu^aXlovo', Eur. Al<^. 492. xalivov l(i- 
^altiv yva&ois- Ipb. T. 935. toiT&' atnaz^jQci ctofn' iTtifi^alsiv l/tni. 
Heroil. IV. 72. jitdtiioits fii bbI, ord/iia s.tiPailoi'Tes £S lOus frnmovs, &e. 
Arist. Pi". 139. oid^ia jtptoi'rarff. Pliilostr. Icon. 2, 18. intOTOfiitovttg 
Kvl ];Biii'oSi'ife. Pint. Mor. p. IHIV. "nnovs Xvnoe^dSag awo zmv %a- 
liv^v tUv Ivntav ^ipuactv mvofiiiaS'ttt dia lo ^vjiosiShg nal SveKK&fKTiiv 
otJiei ataqipovt^oiiivovg. Hesycliius tspliiins Ivxov to menu loi' eV lofs 
jaXivolg aiSTjQov. Or nvmyivviiza ciojii' ivSa^vova {Ifi^aXXove' ). 
^seL. Sfipt. 207. iTCJcivrnv t avTivetv nr]SaXirov Siii e-co/ia nvQiycvtxiiv 
%aXivSiv. Eur. Hipp. 1223. at S' ivSatioveai exofita nv^tytvii &c. So 
mveiMfiijToe le'Pijs Crillim. H. Del. 145. Or nvqtxoXXtjza — , 'welded in 
the fire.' Or Xi^okoXXtizov ezoiiiov jiQoe&iia V "Pi^'j'nfi' )■ Or aifvijo- 
•Aqoz-qza — 'beaten urlCh llie /lamnier,' and so exceedingly Itnril, (Ant, 430. 
evwqozjJtov — TtQoxov. .^sch. Pers, 747. itiSais 6<pvt!i]Xdzois.) Or j^kI- 
KOMudcqTa — (El. 484. jkIkojibkios — yivvgj. Compare also Ariat. 
Itan. 838. ^xovt a%AXiviiv KK^atis a9vQ<oTov orofni'. Tlje plnral CTo/iia 
ia of frequent occurrence, .sicli. Prom. 295. tov — oleivov — ezo^Caiv 
azsQ so&ivatv &c As regards the epithet li&ojidll^TO*' (or -t«), we 
mnst tranalate it 'set vnlh gems or preciuus slotes,' and consider it a mere- 
ly general ornamental epithet, the emphatic qualifying word being ;(a- 
IvPos 'of sleel.' Or it may have a special and appropriate meaning here, 
signifying a bit set with one or more gems at e.ich side, so as to cut or 
bite tbe mouth more sharply. Indeed this is probably the true sense of 
tite passage, Tlie itncients were fund of ornamonting with gold and pro- 
cious atones tlieir chariots, horses and trappings, as well iis otlier objects. 
Sec Lob. nd Ajac. 847. Cf. Eur. Iph. A. 219. wvnoSaiSaXroog atoiiloici 
Jtialovg. Phcen. 2. en %QV(i<moXl^zoiaiv ifi§s§ag SttpQOig. Chryso&t. lU. 
p, 44GD. qidXuQcc XiSonoXXiita. t'irmic. Epist. XIX. 506. aQftwta Xi&o- 
xdUijic. Nonn. XI. 122. XXXII. 122. svXdiyyag zaXivoig. Aj. 847. ^pu- 
eovaitov ^viav Herod. I. 25. TJKOKpijiqp^Siop aiSriQiov noXXtjtov. Soph. 
Fr. 68. xiVHOKoXXa — liurio^ata. Eur. Phcen. 2. XQvtsoJtoiX-^rotaiv — 
Siipgoig. Rhus. 305. Antiphan. ap. Athen. p. 689 E. XQvaoxall^tov — 
Kal^iSog. So also lid'oKoXXti'zog iit»i' Callixen. ap. Atlien. 200 B., jtoiijpio: 
Theophr. Chat, (alicubi), KQazijQfg Thoopomp, Hist, 125., n:ei/izQaxigXi.ov 
Plut. Alei. 32., 10 Xi^oxoXXtjzov Strab. p. 778. Theophr. Lap. 35. Let 
ns now i)rococd to the other interpretation of tliia passage Sehol; iv- 
Sovea TO azoiiU to sfaoi^s iiiipQayrivai , log av tl azop^a qiQlaxog XiS'ta 
)iiKoXXrta.ivov , irpOK to fiijKsii vdatQ oKt/tao^tei. XtCnu 8i to ios, Tv' 
J, Big asro xaXv^og ysvopivrj. I. e. 'pre»enling a month firmly closed flit. 
closed with stone).' According to this exphination, the Scholiast connects 
(o ilivxii OKlijpa jttlvpos- But this construction is hardly satisfactory. 
At^oit6Xh}xov would then signify firaili/ cemented [for liAmaXXa means 
'cement,' Dioscor. V. 164.). And arofitov often means 'tm aperture, a movth 
of a ciive,' as in Ant. 1217. o&ejjoa*' agy,ov jtipwios Xi&oonaSri I Suvtfs 
wpoj KUTO atofii-ov. Apollod. II. 6. 12. oh irjg "AiSov Kata^dasas to 
ez6p,i6v lazi &c. Hermann in some meaaure adopts this interpretation: 
' Ferreain exhihens sn.-cor/im freniim' (compitratio petitii a ferrea compare, 




uvanavs ^oi'if , dg inC%('.QXi}v 
teltova' asxovGiov ipyoi'. 


qtu saxa, ne Macaiit, conjuiigiintur). Elmslcy (on Heracl. iG-2. Bug ^a- 
iii|5iM0u) with idkv^os suppliua ^i^ovg. I suppose thorefore he considered 
CEOfiioi' tu mean 'Ihe edge of a stvord,' but still in a figurative sense, 
Fot eioinov KaQe%ova' wi; should perhaps read (if we adopt the latter 
interpretation) Ctoiia fioi nagixova. For jcaQixova' Miisgrave proposes 
■aQOiXOve ^pra'lendens ori.' For lithoKollijioi' Weloker proposes XvnoxaX- 
lllzov '/Vena lupala,^ which Hartung adopts. But this ia a very improb- 
able conjecture. The first interpretation of tlie passage seems the most 
natural, as well as the most poetical. Whicliever view however we adopt, 
the general sense of it is clear enough. Cf, 976. aXX' ta^s Sa^av \ aroiia 
HOK. ,ffiseh. Ag. 223. arofiaios rt HcilurpoJeoi' tpvlaxav liataaxetv -^ ^iii 
XaXivrnv t avavSa /livti. Herod. III. 14. ta atoiiazu ^yxfjaAtiicofisVous. 

1261. <»s i7ilx<'9'">v iclltag atKoaoiov ^Qyov the mss. Nauok. <afi IxlxaQ- 
Tov ztltovo' Billerheck. Gtoddeck. Herm. Dind. Wund. &c, mg exix'^szoj' ti- 
Ifoig — Erf. as i^l jaeror ziliios — Apitz. mot' Inixagxov zilEtaaai — 
Dnbr a>g /n^jagtor, tiXiiag ad' iKotiSiov, ^pyov eonj. Miif^r. rag ^ji(- 
xa^zov ztleSi y' ttmouoios fpyov Beneil. Qu. ms int %aQtbv rilsova' 
{i. e. mfi I'nizBUovaa laqzov, cf. (Ed. C. 1777.) ui-tiovmov i'gyov. Or tSs 
ixlxKQtov zX'^aovca y' — . Or aq afiiya^zov ttliova — . Or mi ini- 
Xagtop ziliovaa y' inooaiov ^Qyov, The eiplanation of the Scholiast 
is: avaTittveor tiji' Poriv, los {bCs add R. Br.) Inix^e^ov cfia nai 
anovaiov a^ay/ia ];opot)(ra, Tqv TivQdv. Tlie former, because it is 
to free him from Ms bodily anguish; the latter, because a painful 
death is at all times an object of dread. It seems uncertain what the 
Scholiast read here; but it is evident that he found some fetjiinine 
participle in the place of ztletae; and it is probable too that ho read 
sjii ;[«(iioi', not inix''9^ov. Translate: '■Js oceomptishing (as) v/eleome 
an act (otherwise) imtnelcome (\it. unwilliTig).' Or ' as about lo accomplish if-e.' 
Or is the construction, ztliova asx,ovGiov fpj'oi' ai litCxaQzov^ The 
Schol. explains by jcopoi'Oa. 'E-aixciQiov or x''9''^v, being emphatic, is 
properly placed forward in the clause. Cf. jEsch. Prom. 158. sx^Qoig 
lai'XitQTa niTcovS-ci. Ag. 704. Time. HI. 67. Eur. Here. 459. iWjjapfia. 
Alciphr. II. 4. Cf. Aj. 136. 961. Compare the Homeric, c-Kav aUovzi 
yc *ofioj (II. S'. 43.), q,aotfld by Schol. Stat. Theb. XII. 67. ' Litlus in 
aceensa'jacuit TirynlMus (Eta.' 

ia64 — 9. Nauck continnes these lines to Hercules. 

1264. Til. ed. Turn. om. L. (qu.) R. AM. and probably other mss. Bergk 
considers the conclusion of this play evidently interpolated, and conjec- 
tures, aigsz', onaSoC, jmydXi^v jisv sfiol | zovzerv ^iftsvoi evyyvaifioav- 
vtjy, I jn^ydlijv Si S'loig, oV ^vacevzcg | ««"■ «l)j£of(f*oi ) naziifcs zoiavz' 
l^OQmaiv (ejecting ayvaiji. — xaiv aQaouoiiiviov , and also na^tj). 



rovnav ^ifiivoi, avyyi'aiioGvvtji' , 1265 

(leyKlijv Si ^fofg dyviaiioOvvriv 
sidoTsg bqytov Ttov srpcOOofiaVoM' , 
o'i q)vSavTeg xal kItj^6(isvoi 

tK (t.iv ovv ftsXKovr' ovdsls Ttpoo^a, 1270 

atQFx ] xaigtt Nauck, Wrongly. Hercules' attendants accompany 
tlie liero to his funeral pile. 

oateSoi] Addressed to those ,ittend,tiits who hod followed Hercules 
trom Eubi«it. 

lnyalTjV — evyyvajioevviiv] ^Making indfed great iittiiuiaare for me 
in tlds matter,' in as much as I am acting solely in tomplianee with my 
father's nishes. 

1265. ^tji-svoi evyjvioiioavvjiv] Equivalent to evyyvovtsg, avyyvoi- 
jti]v axovtes- El. 400. tovrav avyyvto/irjv i'jin. So lijofiocm'qi' ftia9'ai 
tivos Ant. 151, Cf. on (Ed. C. 466. Schol: ami xov avyyvtaitijV on 
Mora yvca/i^v jcai^av loiizo jcoiri. SvyyvmjioavvTj (i. q. aayyvajiq, 
avyyvoia. Ant. 66.) is formed from evyyvtafiiav (Eur. Fr. Inc. 3. nvyyvio- 
jiovtit T0( lovs ^eous ilvai 5om*()' "■^ ayvetnoovvr/ in next v. from 
ayvcBUav, Jtijcfioeupij from itij'u;n»i', atpQoavvT} from aqremv, rlrnioevvii 
from zX^fiav (Archil. I. 5.). Compare also Iquifioffrtij (Ph. 1144.). The 
dative Ijial is added, as in opyijv l%ftv rivl, and similar phrases. Cf. 
Aj. 1322. Ph. 1S19. For the alliteration in these two lines cf, Aj. 1085 
— 6. Perhaps however we should read ffuyyj'm/tjjl' Sij lovrtav ^Ijtsvot. 
Eurip. ap. Stob. 98, 12. tivyyvioftovdt rot novg &eovg etvat Soxitg, | ian 
Tig opjiois S'llvazov iitqievytiv &iX-g &a. 

1266. i^syalkijv Si ■S'eors ayvtoiioavviir ilSaisg — ] I. e, jisya 3i 
dyvioitovtts ijyoviisvoi fl'tous. ' And impuling lo (recognising in) the gods great 
iwcojisiderateness in the ads now being done' Mudge; ^ Mis megnam nequitiaia 
imputantes.' The construction as in xkqiv elSivai ztvi. ISut perhaps 1267 
is an interpolation (so thinks L, Dind.). But the expression ayvm^oavvipi 
^io^ai would be unsuitable here. Nauck brackets the words ayvafioavviiv 
ttSaztq e^ycav. 

Si A. T. Aid. ti B. K. L. 

9iols V. Turn. Herm. Dind. &e. fl-imv A. B. K. L. R. Hurl. Aid. 
9s^v {supr. ois) T. Jove is meant. 

ayvwiioavvfiv] ' Inconsiderateness , harshness, severili/.' Cf. 473. (Ed. 
C. 86. Herod. II. 172. aotplTi, ovx ayviottaowfi TiQoaijyaytzo. IV. 9a. Jigos 
ayvtaiioaiiv'tiv i^ajidfitroi. IX. 4. ■eTiijaiiv x^s ayviafioavrTjg. 

1267. Ejected by L. Dind. in Thes. V. 654. 
Tt^aaaoiiivtav A. E. L. T. AM. TCQaxzoiiivoiv li. 

1269. IqjoeMoi] 'Look on' quietly and contentedly, without inter- 
fering. Schol; oTxtvii yevv^aavrtg avxov ns^iOQemi xoiavxa Tcaexovxa. 
Cf. El. 824. itoS 710x1 KiQUvvas "Jfos — ti zavz lipogrnvxis ^^vazoveiv 
iKijiot; 176. Nauck ejects iia9tj, that the vocse luay be a parcemiac. 

1270. IgiBpa the mss. vulg. Schol: oregiit^ ^ ji(jo'#eut£. But it is 
not likely that Sophocles would have used the same verb in two consecu- 
tive lines, in different senses. AVakefield therefore corrects aqioi/a ('pro- 
spieil, e longi'tquo videt'), comparing Tereiit. Aiielpli. III. 3. 3a. ' Islue 



2~2 EO>!iOKAF.Ori: 

tu be I'vv bOraz" oixtqu fill' i]uiv, 

(ilG^Qa d ixsivotg , 

Xaliaatata S' ovv uvdQwv ndvzav 

TW %'qvS anjv vjtBxovzi. 

leiicov [wjtf^ (it), jca(f&iv', b%' ofitiav, 127;t 

exl sr'pere, non qiiod ante pedes moda ent | videre, ned etifi/a illn, i/iiin futurii 
sunt. I prospicere.' And so reads Schneid. Hartimg gives nqooQa, wliiili 
liail occurred alao to myself. Cf. Herod. V. 24. ras n^oo^iiov to \iiXXov 
yivte^ai. Wnnder too suspects iipoga. Qit. Kct9oga 'sees clearly/, i/ts- 
fems,' or 7i<o o(ia, or perhaps olSsv, wLich Naack also proposes. For the 
sentiment cT. Ant. 11G0. xal iidfTig ovStle zmv xad'sezmrav PqoroCi, Aj. 14211. 
ovStle lidvTig imr fiflXovtiati, o ti jiQa^ei. Fr. 515. Ineert. tip. Ciillistli. 
ir. IG. 10 fi^lloc ov3sls aatpaliis Iniatatat, In ta (isHovra ihexe seoms 
to be a proplietie Bllusiou to the hero's apotheosis iifter his immolation. 
12J0 - 8. Bei'gk anil Nanck assign these lines to the Clioriia. 
_1271. ta *i viv Is-cmt] Qit. to S' lr«cr<5i' {or za Sh vvv on") 

1272. H^ejigK 3 {■Kid'Oisi oIkt^o — conj. Naack. Scliol: roig yiv- 
v^aaaiv iiioveiStcra. 

l-Ktitois^ Tlie gods. 

1273. xavzeav Aid. aaavtoiv Ji. K. I.. T. V. Vcn. ,7imt. II. &ttv,i 
tows {from 1276.) A. R. Harl. Ilcrniiinn euiij: xaXtunotaza S' olv ai- 
Sqoiv, ^avdjou | rw — (coll. Eur. Ion. 1240. ^avdrov Itvamov i/tciv). 
Qii. );al£jioiTat« S' ao 9v>jTtav ndvziov (or utavtiav aviqmv] Ur rait 
jnor«r« S avS^iav navxeiv 8ii, Bat we shonld prubnbly coirert a&iiav 
for avSgav. a? Benedict proposes; for the coinmtn rtiiling jiclds no iJitis 
factory sense. Nor is S ovv at all suitable here 

1274. Ttti r^vS' ati]v vnixovrt] 'To him uliti is •lubrnt/lmg to this 
calamUy.' Qii. tm tjji'** Si-n^v vitlxovti. Cf (Ed B 552 ovx ug'tgeii' 
lijv tf/Kijv. Enr. Hee. 1253. vip^iio toCs Kanioatv Stmiv Oi 1649 aiHjji 
viioexfs a^iiaTog fiijtpoKroi'Of. Kl. 698. Andr 3 i8 CkI G9B Ion 1^08 
ei S' ovx ^^fj*'! ^Vf-^'"^', *■;'■ ^^^^- ^ovov ityjTgos vipi^b) Xm Sjiiip 
IV. 10. vasie av Sixaiaig dxdrtjg Sixi^v ujtijoit* Peilmps theiefole ne 
shoulil read jHisjtfflroric $ fffr a&laiv navinv 

1276. Xof/hs n "TUog pref. in A. Aid. Xo B T Turn Bi Sthn Bgk 
Continned to Hyllits in L. Si-hol. ireriii. Dind Wnml ITiiit ll.irtung iind 
Nftiici bracket 1275- 8. Schol: Uinav p,^Si ou, naQ9fj£ zavia liyfi a 
XoQog 1] o TXloe . foixc yaQ o TlXoe anoatQaiptls tart ^i") tov ];o(>ot 
Xsytiv, zov fill axoXtimavsad'ai- Trav oCuiav, crag av inixviX9^atv aito 
T^s TtvQtis- zivis Si yQacpoveiv eti oiKiav, zovreazi, fii]d^ vfietg Ttigi 
Xeima^s ivtav&a, bXX diioXovS"i]acizi. Tricl ni tov xo^oo jtgog iao 
zag zovTo ifauf (njiJ viLtig ^igtXtinee&i ivzav9u tni z<av oiiiiui;, d.XX' 
axoXov^^aazt. It may be that Hyllus addresBos the Chorus licre \i 
ho had done the omxSol above 1264, but I think it inoie probable that 
the Cliorus makes tlie couclniling remark, as in all the other exstunt plajs 
of our Antlior. It would be strange if the Clionis, which had ntteied 
notliing since 1112, sliouU leave the stage without making some ton 
eluding remark on the catastrophe of the dram i Hermann therefore i m 
dudes too hastily; "Ptertaaqae chnrus annpicMie flnem factt Iragtedia; guod 
hie si factret, aiii ego aul nos diferel, non anient adlogue/ pliir niiam tu 



M 9 Tr # 

oSvQiiol, Also A!c 422. nil' iiiqioQav yaQ rovSt S'ljaojiat tisvQou , I 
jittpEote Kdi jifvovrtg ar?:)j);i30HiE | jtaiai'a — , Ipli. T. 904. We might 
jilso correct iiJjSl av IsCaov, naq&svg, nomiaiv (jEauh. Cho. 417.), or 
Tca^d'lve, fujffe cv Xsinov KOftjiaw, or ffpiji'iaii, or ^aQ^ivi, firjSi nv y' 
olKrav IbI^ov, or tikq&svs, so Si fii] Xiinov oSv^(iwv (aa Aj, 1409. 
nat, av Ss — ), or Xsijtov fiJjSi ffv, ntttp^fV, oWoooj {ojrtofl-si'). The po- 
sition of the words leinov itiiSc ou ie rnther nwkwurd , and the game may be 
9)tid of the occnrrenee of ft dactyl in tlie second foot (cf. on (Ed. C. 146. 
17GG. &c.Ji BO that we should probably transpose thus, ii7]Si av Isixov, 
Jias^ivt — , or jrw^i'n, leinov, h^Se av — . After writing the above, 
I £nil that in; conjecture has been in some respect anticipated by two 
andeservedly neglected editors. Wakefield, observing tliitt the mention 
of 'home' here would be very tame, proposes: Islitov firidi av, ^agS-iv', 
uJt' oUxzayv, ' neqite lu a flelilms lieseraris', coll. Etir. Phojn. 1578. oiittoji' 
!ilv ijSt] Xijyt^'. And Vauvilliers If/jron fiijtff ou TtaQ&iv' it' oikiar. 

liriSh h. (qu.) T. Torn, ji^ 8% A. B. K. AM. 

137G. lieydXovg — ^avatovi] I. e. perhaps, 'Ike dealh of those w/l'i 
ore great or mighty.' So via qjeofrts 'ike inni/jinalion of the young.' &c.. 
So in the Times of June 7. ISGl, we read: "Italian unity has now fha 
consecration of a great ifealh (that of the illustrious Cavovir), fitly crown- 
ing a life of anxiety and labour." But iifydXovg means here pro- 
haijly rather Ssivovg drendfid (cf. 842. ittyulav — ^Xd^av, 851. pi- 
ydlav azav. on Aj, 173). The death of Deianirft only Is meant. Cf. 
1-J66. (Ed. R. 400. HI. 500. t-eiiil. ad liur. El, 479. WiiniJpr conj: 


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■Jli ZO'l'OKAEOrz 'n'AXi M.I I. 

7tO?.ku df TTtjUUTIi Xai XtiWiTTU'iil^ 

xiivdtv Tovtai' "> Ti nij Zev^. 

fityiilovg (itf CdovG iitvvvi, t'oll. A). 700, H'.il. I', 21:1. '}\i. utyahii' iili- 
ISoiic' dvSsis »itrchovs. Of Hereiil.'i^. 

eldo ea L [ ISo a eo 

V ousj Ilecent 

1 77 M «i;i«&T A H I T ( 1 ayq « lom / K 11 [ H 
Wa] »« Kti voira*-;; li ntl 1 ors Ar opl pl78)He n ic mk vfonpa 
conj &temhnrt Cf o ne^t I e ixa j novel tl » t na j / 
•nffertqsofa o el k nd Thep rt clexul s,contntly nw to! fte TtuUn 
d before i eeonl cp tliM So Aj 12 2 noXla — xavorit J'jt Fs 1 V 
noXltt irK3,ai,ejiccra Kal 1 1 o^ gq E r Ale 06 m at nolla tsov 'I^ t d 
Ttautt Her 144 nollwv Se Kulltav tei as aip ya vatv Ar st E 12 ov 
6s noXX anovaa uut % «a N 1 1329 xrtiQtojcoU ao m Aal axit 
Pac 4Sli xolliav xnya^av dSR Herol 1^ ir7 ^loJin; tj j p m 1 m k 
TiKeX'^ V Tt nwroti \en Symj. i 152 ^toli mu doqi ?*/ I 

p '>19 noXla s Kctl vaijo g loyo g See El bl 1 Mel ] Q I 

KK jJo^rpfiEf; or MW ii« vit jiK&'t] Scl ol vto Taax uaor no I 
I ) "Wimder tliinks ''upliocles wr te mu kokkj ij rither tl i /c piui 5' 
ongli Ap tz n respect of tl e fo n er e nnrks Vereo i a m ne sit ra 
vonayfg In favour of t ve mnv co pare fill intuyrig (jEs Ag JS 
Sept 734) njTiEcjijo ji onttytjs Kijgojra) ijs niieojKiyije 3o pom j s 
5piio;rayj;s yoag^outtyrs sun: yiis ^Qtatoxayij fitoojiKj'Tjs u it 
yijg &.C A r tl er d ftere t torn of tl e o l o nd s fo nd n i 1 Se] 
642 » vomijyie jui&eiov OttKOs A I'Osujuoiv occurs M 1 "-ep 5Ci 
jfomafl'ije Enn ol4 Xa vonttyij s ^upj orted I tl nk 1 > 8 ri A 
X vono ^» V Ify Ct 1 o 867 « t /.a v ^ artyf] 

1 S KOD^sj. tl B KB I * * T i!r no Tir Qa d 
It E not unlikely tlm the x I j 1 n c 1 1 n 1 e e f on ) j 
( 1 ere see note) 

o T jiri Z vg] Tie Scliol s nUes Ino rjasv t Tcga^ev A s 1 
11 [SO oLCur n Ar st Vesp 118 th kuiob niXov unKwda q o S o 
lala AndTlesn 84G Xloiyt^ivi]^a xgoaSoHoiv o S o d Tta ( Ic 
s \\ k Irf W nd 8cl n irefers lilymg i<yz '5 <F1 K H 9 /Jnol 

iflM/ IB* nj. KKJ-H T AWJ- W 1 Otl Id 1 T OS I IX » / 

t I nlc q e if q ni e eri Cf i. i \ H04 (i 

ro ir Hvf J us TsXf ta xl rojiid o ■9'Soxgci lOP ffr l' 



1. For <paviig nf, -I'.i?,. 6 tiiaS' tgcoe ift/vfi's. 

2. Ovid. Met. III. 135. 'scilicet idllnm xeinper \ exxpfH'tnil'i iliex limiiini. 
lUdijue betUiis | ante ohitum nemo svpretuiiqiic fimeiii debpl.' 

7 C 6G7 n ^ \ 

II t tl t f Fl 1 C 1 d 11 g 11 

S m gw II I K I & tl a ( L 

II 1 S i ] H II 1 I IIq I AS 19 II 

A eP p X M I YQ Ol s S )& yji 

I ) iqij) Jjj e jT J,&<o I q) MX 

nQ O (f I 1 ) 1\ ] k ( f tl 1 1 


O PI i 1 IP t t U 1 + f Aj 14 , 

) :(N D 43 it O 1 t&|lo.i 

^11 t 1 J (II } O It 

I P p * It) 1 ij ill; 

1 IN 1 1 cnl I 

1 ' ' 1 II 1 ;i t (li I) I 

1 1 tl t uid jtitw (11 n 1 e f M * 1^ s 

A e jfi pqip z ( rj ) o ™ (•= r s Hi 

m-l n — M I 1 61 ; i;& - ai- I C 1- H i 

ff? qo&ij pi flip i Jjjl ? 1 / ^ 

S ] iy I 11 I) f II I I 

h XI Si; t 6 j; J ^ 

*) Tl t t 1 t II I 1 tl \. I t II II 

I \, fS t tl L (65S) t 1 
1 J, f t Lj P m lU IS 12 IC 

11 qi C (0 eri M 1 a 1 C I 3 N 1 

1 ! tf 1 t tl f ej )j Att t C P I b 18 ( 

Q7 S ;V^* ^ 72jr)jJt pj; 

7 "? 1 Q ¥ ((('''"'•?; 

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r n s> — e Q iiiA27 e a 

— jilip I 1 GO (0 g [I Q(p in H-t'p e N 

J 43]ff,|£ Ji; P 9 e i 

\ A \ III 77 -n IT H p nd jl jaal q 

u u u Q AxU X y_ n a 

II t I I 11 

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f 11 1 i ll -llsnlKl aloilK ll.>\Mi.i; I..;m-.I 

■V Ho 

13 Bo JTQIOQO « () i; po t apud I'liit. Mur. ]:. (WH C." 
m d) 

14 Etir. filies. <3J. fl'tpjios ^eou;ios aijiatoq. Hec. oG8. 

Lat. deliquescebanl, dif/liieliiiil. Ovid. Met. I. 2fiG, 'ftnr/,» (yiviii;.- iiiiii- 
bis, cania fluit undu cnpilllf.' (Of the Sontli wind.) 

xgrivaiov JrotoS] Pliil. 21. tioiov jii/nvaCDV. Fr. 560. xQiivida aoiii. 
Ft. 587, 5. TtotaitCiav -iioxwv. 

17. Qu. jtgli' i^Jf (or lead's) MOt'tJj og)' — . Or nQiv xiiaSi hoiiijs 
j'iv nslaa&nvai. — . Cf. CEd, E. 1100. Eur. Andr. 25. jrJivcfl-fiV 'AxiI- 
Xiias xaiSl. 'Eii'itelac&ri'iicit no where else, 1 believe, g'oi-oriig n gcuitivL*. 

20. Cf. Eur. Here. 812. Iiqujqjogioi' Is aycavoiv KfitXiav. 

21. hlvttvi fit] (Ed. a. 100!). loSffe loS ^o'|Sou o' ^|flnfl«fiyji'. 
Aj. 531. 

23. CEd. B. 385. Jinag Kipdjlijios. Uelow 691. «;.Rfijrcs ^liTow. 

24. ^lirjv] Cf. 523. h *' cv&tiis a^ga zijXavyst icaQ ox^ai ijOto, 
Tov ov ^goajisvova' d^ohav. Nonniis Dion. 43, 13, vvfi^iSioio niQifigo- 
fieovTOS aymvos \ ^^slsv H'pcfHl'^K, ncil aaza^doq Jiorajiofo I fffiaio dfi- 
fiaivovaa pooxQctigovg viiivaiovs- (.0! Deianita.) "Hfnjv in the sciisio of 
ijn 13 not found, I think, in any good ancient author. 

26. Zeus dymvtos] Cf. Pans. VI. 19. 12. MsyaQUg Si ot ^gog if, 
'AtTittj ^ijeoTTipOJ' re if*oSop,x]i!ttvto kkI ttva&iifttcta aviQfaav Ig tav 
^ijaaveov, ksSqov 'QaSia XQvaat StTjv&tofiiva , -cliv jtQoe'Ais^Mov'IiQV 
■nXiovs I^^XI^- Zeis Si ^iraSd'K xai ^ i^rji'tivaiga kh'i "Axilioog \tai 
'HQitKl'^g iiTiv, Agris zs t(o ■ijeloioj poijd'av, 

27. Eur. Hec. 720. inxtr^fii yag iv | ntTigayniv' hriv, si n tuv3' 
iaxiv Malms. Or. 17, o -nlfivog, H Si] xXuvog, Aytc(Lh(tvaiv. AriaL lijin. 
74. loSio ydg zoi ttal y.6vov \ h' iezl Xoi^ov aya&bv, d xal zoit agu, 

Hermann wrongly takes Xlxog for an aceusiitive, eomparing the Ho- 
meric ijiov Ifxoi avtioanav. 

30. Hosiod, Th. 800. alios S' ti aXlov Sixcai ;jHlf»wtse'>S atfios. 
Horn. H. i'. 290. wg fiot Ssiizai mcko* ek jtKMOu iiht. Eur. Hipp. SfiO. 
z6S' av vtoxiiov ixSoxaig (jziqiigfi fl-fog. Ale, 1058. Tro. 5K1. 701. Ipli, 
T. 191. 8G6. Hee. 689. Or. 968. 

32. yyzrjg oTtess] So 442. avKzris ojtws. The Doric form occurs in 
I lesycliius , yatzal . ytragyoL 

33. Strictly speaking:, Hercnles could not he suid to hiivu Keen IiIk 
children at seed-time (a-jifigrav) , but only at harvest {i^a/iiiv). 

34. Hercules' long servitude with Eiirystheiia is mentioned by rlonmr, 
11. 8, 363. 15, 639. 19, 132. Od. 11, 6i2. Apollodor. II. S. 1. Diortor. IV. 
29. 31. IV. 10. 

"ig ante eonsonantes non raro etiam in codice L., velut 148. 203. 
411. 417. 442. 610. 1067. tlailSmv pro satl^mv ciirn metri vitio est in 
codice 1167." (Dind.) 

36. sJWm' — ivzav9^c! Sij — ] Cf. 771. Ivg nog iSaiiivzo, | ifzav&a 
Sj] '^oijijj, 

vvBgziliie occars jEsch. Ag. 277. Kur. Ion. 1549. From o-Ttigzikltii . 
Enr, Hec. 996. ftiXaiva niz^a y^g vnigrfllova' ava. Or. 8.S1. rfngtav 

fiBOrol' VTttgTillovT 

49, Cf. 255. Zgyiov ciua Tieoa^i^iii: 

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o'l niwolinXtii. (E.I, v. 1178. Eur. Mwi. ('■:! 

yiti — ■ jrpoa^dAoi iittvci KuTigig- 
4;l. Diiiilnrf tliiiiks this linn niiiy pcrliiipH I 
44. Cf. CEil. K. 137. iit'tQ yuQ nix>- '^•J" «= 

1 all' 

Cf. IG4. xifovr, 

47. The tablet is nie,int, in wliieii Hercules li 
tenor of which Doianirfi e^tplnins v. 157. 

49. Tlie form Jri'iavn^it is tlic opic one. (!o[iipiire tlie name Jiji 
<pn^oe (Eur. Tro. 9G0). 

51. 'HQaxXi-oi/] 'Hyaxlflav uonj. Ileriii. 'HQaxlsias oeuura below 
57G, but perhaps only because the inetro wouH not ndinit of 'HgaHXsfou. 

53. I hesitate between rd obv iinil toaov, anil am not suio that after 
nil Toaov is not t1ie true rending. 

56. Cf. Eur. Siijipl. 241. viftovrfg iro tp&ova nltov (i£^os. 370. av 
vol e^pue Sixttv, TO *' riaaov adiaCa | vsfitit. Antiop. Fr. 34, 3. vljiav 
TO TilsCazor ^aigag Tovrm iiiQog, Hel. 917. avyyova nXiov vifisiv &c. 
Ilee. 868. insl Ss zUQ^dq tSi %' oiXai nXiov vifisis. Time. III. 3. fitt'Eo" 
(ihQOS vijiovtss '"S f JJ ^ovlia^ai Kiij^^ elvtci. Qn. li -TiazQog \ ^x^iv 
viv aQuv TOu — Soueig. Or si TCpeTisi I f');Eiv ztv agav zoo ~ 
Sov-etv. Or cl itazeos l' {'■) I fX*' "''' ognv, (iti «aXaq nQaaaitv 
o*vitv. The reading j'tfisi inay be a. corruption of y' Ejft (the y' having 
been thrown into the beginning of the subsequent line). Nauck proposes 
— toil valas ^ficQayivat. Dindorf approves of Wander's expliination. 
Cf. Ant. 233. Jat'fiopKs Xeyiov I n^ovotav ta%iiv zovSe zov vsiiqov tcbqi. 

67. Cf. 1171. xaSojiovv xQa^si-v valag. Eur. Hec. 943. out' «ti «a- 
X&s JZQdeeovta jiii jigrieaetv v-alag (nteiov iazt). Incert, ap. schol. ad 
206. orKv vaXme ^goea-ji zis, tXTil^ttv xmia. 

58. Posaibl/ the true reading is agai-novs. 'high stepping, bounding.'' 
lloin. II. y'. .327. I'nnoi asQaiicoStq. 

59. Ph. 1279. si di iii/ zi tiqos twiqov liytav \ hvqo), niitavfiai. 
C5. as — iplgsiv Herui. 

66. Eur. Hec. 1223. alaxvvijv qisQct \ JiptCy^' Is i^'flns Xn^ovt' ttJiuj 
atte&cu r63f. I'lat. Mencx. 247 A. ij vlxij ttla%vvr}v ipfQH Coiiv. 181 K. 
Lfgg. IL 671 E. 

G8, Schneidewin'si conjectuic JtoQi iioi jio&i yag mist is very prob- 
able. Cf. 68. _ 

69, iv fujKEi Jteo'l-ou] I. I], iv iintQW XQ^"':'- ^'^'^'- Or. 72. iihhq!,;- 
ail tiij-ios — xs6vov. 

71. Qu. cUtciq (ei' use) ^oi^' ff^l- 

74. Homer assigns (Echalia to Thessaly, more recent wrltere to Kuhnia. 

75. Isow, p. 313. Tag jiiv iiiog&oi'v, tag S' t'lisXXov. p. 68. iiv n'tr 
\ Si itsXlsi. 

77. (1 

. 171. 

ui', Horn. Od, 3, 261. aaXierg tiXs 
■Xieae erovoevzag ayiavii^. 

W. Cf. 917. onag S' iiileas 

niTfs id^lovg. Hesiod. Th. 994. 

81. (Ed. R. 518. ^('OE !xa«eai< 

84. "Apte Deianira diserte ei 
onrj'tDS, taeet vero male oniinatu 
interpolator intulit." Dind. 

85. Perhaps this lino is an interpolation, rather than 84. TIijito^ 
Eccrus supported by (Ed. K. 14G. 



00. Eiii'. Khun. (iOl. ori' hw ogi' 'JiiiAfMg nri' I'r 'li'urr.,,- Aiun- ' 
fifj (1. n!/ oil) 9ffin;« TrjgffKt rKfOrfiS'/i v/pys/Vii!' Bjii'yoi. 

ill. ir«ff((i' — jt^'pi] ' I'^e (!ii(iV'e (Hs::ict.' Irulk ifSjiepliHU ih:s': tiiiiltci's,' 
the result or tlie 'jvn<-h: 

!>3. Cf. 23]. avflQa yag xt/keig jrpnffBorr civiiyxii iiiriBra xtgdtti'v^iv I'nq. 

For the opt. irr'^oira , in a sentoute of goiioriil Liiport, cl'. <VA, It. 
at.i. KD^gtt ^ oxftlslv «rp (oj' I f'jjot t£ K(d (fiJiTitro KtSZiioioi irotos. 
A.]'. 1163. Kfoj^poi', fi miJ&ond us, luyoig \ Kola^iiv. 

Hi. Cf. (Kd. C. 017. jd'fliHS o fiue^os I Z0''''OS rSKj-otJitii viixTag ijfijpws 
r' Wi'. TheodcoteB nji. Athen. p. 451 P. kkp rra OlSCanSi t^ TQciyipdCti 
xriv vv%ta Koi rqv ijiitpKH sfitfii HtVilrojifiios, "£^(r( xaaiyfijrai /tiTTal, 
Tmv ^ fii'tt i(«Ttt I T^ji trfgc/v, avrii Si tsjiouii' ujto r/jc^f reMffiiJEKi." 

For ti'ajiJofisW we require, I tliink , some mnseulinc jKirtieiplo agree - 
ing, ns q/loyi^ojist'O'i', with AXiov. 

05. jEsch. Ag. 659. (■/ yap its ifuris ^lioy i-iv icroett ] kbi Jaii;tH &c. 

07. Q(i. TovSe C'^Uov) for routo. Touio is hardly right, as it cau- 
not well bo referred either to alta or to v.aQv^ai. If it does belong' to the 
former, cf. Eur. Hipg. 1112. li&f jioi liiausvfi »i6&sv i«ffj hoiqh nca- 
Qiicioi, tv^KV ;isi olfiov. Ilerninnii connects it with -^aQv^cn. So nlHO 
Seidler, coll. jT:soh. Cho. 190. Eur. Hipp. 1112. Ale. 37. Hei-, 745. Tf. 
4.W. ifgttGov — TovSs zCe Tio-c latlv a |fVoe. 

98. Cf. Aj. 1215. i^s fiDi, tC? i't' oiv ^iQi|ltq laiatai; 'VA. It. 1211, 
remsloTS, wms jtofl-' &*:., "Aplissimum quidem est duplex no^t, iiiolostuiii 
vero duplex jioi." (Dind.) Sehneidewin endeavonrs to defend this iri-egulnr 
position of jrwig by Eur. Here. 810. dg uv — yva ii-sv tov H^as o(6s 
iar' auiKJ i;o3,ofi (no'loi'?). Fragm. np. Stoh. Flor, 51, 14. opfis rov fi 
iQaTts^ov CDS rjSvg jSios (^tof?). 

99. Of. Kur. Heo. fiS. m ateqoxa Jiog, w oxotuc vi-^. In noti' I'ur 
(Ed. C. 137. — 117. correct (Ed. C. 117. — 137. 

100. Qu. av ■Jiovtiaq avlAvag. 

101 Fb h Pro ^ao Qi-d-go JJTtt'eo OQOP 'U * I'i lm- . 1-V. 
17 z I ji V S S jiov i&oi'oe EvQontri | ai iji Aa a t e nva 't'ccaiv 
II an explains v.1 &kls J eena ton o n 

1 Q notia^iva o nzoov ev 

lot I lonot Beetle ^rop c y ot tl ei tl et uqi vf Ktj hcru. W-.- 
set 4 re rithe o e b gmf j ng anano g 

I aftorf con cets fitt w h ounor svva^s v & 1^1 t to Kkdiiv, 
1 orv g Non o at tame So]Loclea s c loc d a e 1 i ola riv 

&l ogv V nte j ot t esaent But I j ofo IN I to ooiiuoct 

V tl Tpuj; efS-ai tie ntervon ng o Is en I diK jitnoa. 

"N" 1 aptly CO upt ea Xen Hell VII o 7 tint s to s jr g ioxictv — ov 

105. Cf. El. 1075. 101' asi naTQOs Ijov pop noxjinv'!) Brsvaxova rniins 
& ndvSvezag ai]Srop. 

100. The Kchol. expinins >-nrdtiiv by KoifiC^Hr. Cf. Ant. 791. of'' xid 
Stxaiaiv aSl-xovg q^jtWs TtttQaBTtaq. Aj. 09. oaiidxav ajroorpD^oi'^ 
avycii anf.CQ'%<a._ 

107. For Tto%'ov rjii. vot{8 or Btciyov . 

108. For oSov I suspect \vc should c;oiTCi.-t yjcfy. 

100. EipLivalont. to h^viiovu.irqv rkg avSgn^ l(<:'iunvi i-ivcig. .Viiui^k 




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A. 134. Hesjcliiiib ami otli 

as and other:. 

insert it. We find ijii-alan 

ijftB in Sopli. 

121. .do'fioii' isvKii} A 


Pho3n. 1275, 

tQijTVCov veKVtc 1 Selves 

122. Cf. Horn. II. p'. 


123. Tlio plural nSeia 


8. ^|sir« ip^ 

litcuv), is more than <!oi 


d 3i alSove 

l'-e^peetr>UIy') sUov , SI I 

12-1. Eur. lu. Vi: 20. 


pi'ov. Ilesiod. 

Up. 500, tlnle d* OUH cy & 


Dem. p. 258, 

23. iq V afa^itv n^o^aU 


I ratlier suspect rjiot 

c sense lierc. 

<in. n;cop«Us(i'. 

126. Sohol: oiidf yng 

a Tie'^yjiata 
•h, i\n avtil- 

7ctnoi>]xe. Perliaps AvdX 

•/jjTiBS Aj. 1333, i. e. ««/" 

T e Atridie art 

o;ill»l Bj^Kiyijiot Aj. 046. T 


suit im^aXB. 

Or perliapa (halyijTa mn 

But I rathoi- 

snepcct nvaXynra. Qu. 

127. wai^ra Kea^i'flM'] 1 

L .J. < 

or avKC< 

<IB,V ((E(L 

R. 904), Or it 


<Ed. C.914. n6Ui 

' — «»"" "Of""' 

xgravovaav ovSev. 

128. iVs^aie] Env. Mud. 1 

112. ; 


ji(ios loi 

S ciAioifi [ tttvS' 

i'ri l.vniiv (iPiKporntiji/ | nmSmv 


■V 1 &vn- 

rofot fl-foiis fiti^aUsivi 




'EnifiiiUtiv is pn.poil.v iist^ilof iiillitliiiiriU-i uut i..., 1 jiiniiiu,-. -l l.v..l..» 
ing gowl thiiips. Shmilil wu tlierufora reiiil /jiogiffs? I'llt sco jii l;ii;. 

lyo f. CI. Kl. 916. rote avTiiiaC lOt | ouj; «ui:ds ati Scunovav hciqu 
ocnisf, irom. II. ra'. 527, tfotol ycfp re jii'Soi KaiKKti'arai £ii Jios no 
Stt, I Sci'eaii', oi« Sc'Siaai, aiixav, aztgne Si taiai/. Eur. Tro. 1205. iciig 
tgOJiaie yag at Tvxai — alXvi alloae | -ictiSHim , Kovdtig aiizog ivzvztC 
TTois {svzvxJig adi). Kur. In, Fr. 19, civaaaa, ■aoklofs Saziv av9giaKi»v 
MffiKcf, ] iM~s *' npTt iijyft, toi"s Ae KtWtfj'os ftnXfiv . \ xtixlos yep ncroe 
xaQTii/ioig i£ y^s qjurors | fl'i'ijrwv r? ysvia ■ rocs f'Ei' «ii|trm pi'og, | itoi' 
a* q>«-iVn Tf »al ■free^gerci jtiiAti', 

129. Qii. aUa ra Tn-xga KCtl ;[«eai' &c. 

133. Simonid. Fr. 18, 20. AXler nvgfai. §gocoiai y.iJQeg Kciiitniipgc/acni 
Svnl K«J jriffiWE ietlv. 

134. iTg-ne P«^n«e] Cf. 530. Kur. Ipli, T. 1274. ri'itos uifag i'^a. "Aqitig 
occnrs also Tr. 821, 958. ..Esch. Pers. 461. 

137. a] Cf. also on <Ed. C, 161. Ph. 142. 
oi zriv avaeaav] Cf, 405. ngog t'li xgcrrovaiiv J'^jdvitguv. 
l^VH ^sch. Sept. 1042. aiSm tioUv a ftij pi«£(e9-Bi ireSf. 104;l. 
aoSSi Bi fifj nEQieoK tirjgvaetiv sfioC. A]. 1047. outos, <Ji <piavSi zovS 

— ifiv ojiras i);£i. (Ed. R. 350. ivvi'UBi ay. ta %ijgvyiiKzi — fjiiitpuv. 
1381. ivviTtmv to&ttv anavtag lor aai^^, Ph, lOl. l^yti * tyro (c* 
ffeir?) 5uip ^tloMTijTiii' Xa^tiv. 

139. Eur. Fr. In. 18. Jr UiiCatv t^Eff (5ioi', Qu, lOf M'mf' I'oiifu'. 

144. TO — vialov] .^sch. Ag. 79. to d'' vittgy^giav — rqCnoSus jiji' 
(I dors ozftl^t &c. 

146 f. Cf. (Ed, C. 676. i«i' n^nioi' fl-eo5 qiunadre ^liw^ionnpTioi' hph 
Aioii avijvtiiov zi Ttavzav xsi^dvmv. 350. jioiloi'eii' ofippots liUov if 
Httiifiaoi I (lojifloSuc ilq'fiiav. Perhaps jwpois, Tp (iut ov i]io%o£, ou 

— may be a preferable correction. Han ck retains the roailing of the iiish., 
though he uonsiderg it corrupt. 

145. Cf. Ph. 17. h il!vxu. Fr. 400. ^alnovaa xni '^vxovsa. Mii'-h. 
Ag, 969. &aXnos fiiv ev %Hjtmvi arijiaivtis iiolov. Wvxoq is opposed to 
»dlnos Hipp. Aphor, 1246. For &iov cf. Eur. Buppl. 469. ngiv &iov Svvat 
aeXae- 208. Jrpos Si zoiai j^tj'f^aios 1 ngo^lrifLaz' , al&ov t' l^aftiivira9cit 
9foi. Ale. 738. qiliov zb <piyyos rovzo tou Qiov. Or. 1023. ipiyyos fiaogav 
&10V zoS' . Med. 353. ^niavaa Xaiinas — 9iov. Ehes. 331. loujiioi' eilcis 

146. ovS ufi^^o;] Perhaps oox oiipQog, 
Cf. Enr. Her, 420. j;£(;nio*os aygiov jiEvog. 

TiXovei] 'Distaihs, Irouf/les,' Strictly applicable only to Tttf imnrti. 

147. Aj. 1066. duphv iintgeiv fiivog. Qn. ivQCanit [cf. 23t.' aSil^ov 
ivgoveai ^lov). Nauck justly observes: " i^aiQei piov mirmn dicenili 

147 f. A similar passage occnrs in Aj. 554. iv za ifigovtlv yri? jt^- 
Siv ijSiatoq pCos, I icos TO j^otpfii' xrI to iv-nBiaQiii irffgn, 

148. soff — Kiijfl'^] So Aj,55&. ?ws — (laflHS, Ph. 764. letg avfj z6 nijiia. 
yvvTi ultj^'ri] 11, )i'. 138. J'txijenrn ipiXrj ksxItjoij iiKOizig. 

149. Qn, — Itt^n ^^ iitJMi! qiQovziSav jtsgoi ftirc, or uik te urxii 

— itf^H- 

CE. Ho:n. Od. 18, 271. rul- Eoim or* Sr, cTvyegbs yaiiaq iivzi^nX^an. 
I ovXofiivriq ifiiSfv. HerniiiJin uaderstiiiids the passage of noclurniil 
unxieli/, ipgnvziSfs f rvuioi , coll. 29. 


1 I i;ro ,,] \il lis 1 ill \ i s > (1 I I I I <l II I, 

15" 'so Sij iift^iirrn 1( I 
IWf Cf 44 1 

155 ijftOE ^ roTS — 1 Cl )il ij'iot. — rij in\ Hiitii, ( ni I 

■•Ell \l Hit Aj 9<i5 1 nr Itcc <H5 

159 \j 210 T( Tijii?' — acpoQjiag JtiiQUi (cKpo^fit s vfiticti'l 
Fill 712 0)1, s^ff nyoPB — opuuufi jjiTj; 

161 Arid Lur Ak 196 ov jiot' oti JrlijiitrK! 

1C3 Hesiod Fi 82 HrfKiJeiiv aoieav jiOQfv 

164 Cf 45 Se«a fiijcas wgoj aUotff "' J'l' (Ed K 1H7 rpus olifs 
— tKfiij»oib xeo^ous J^sch Prom 95 toi> jiigieri] xooioj Niik.1 
Ihiiika TgiuijiOs Ho'i'iauaiog preferable bcennie of the position vl jigovoi 
Cf AiioIlnW 11 4 12 BHromffv Kurow ^v ripuvOi FuetcSfi lar^tti 
ovTct frri doSiKa v,ttl lois ^JtiTnffOOfiiPOie tSO'Iois dcodf«n smrflFii-, 
K«i o"t£> lojv tiftilrav ei PTslfo^'tiaJw o:3'o:iKtoj' aucoi' faia9tii Cf S^t 
What 4pul!o(loriis !iS5igna to the oi lUe itt Deljilii S plui.Ie's iaigii-. t. 
Ill -it ftt Podona 

185 Ingteail oi iinuri — ^e^m-, I auapect ive slioulrl ictd tcoiio - 
pfpiis llie fiituie optitno seems required 

Till PhoQii 653 ^abCtfi tov sviaieiov xiJi).ov irjkiog) 

If ^naioiOs p£|?fi)s lio right, compire lln. X&'iSos '■^" of Ilomei 

167 (1 Ant 455 &Siov loiiiaa — vjiff/S^fim tui lio Oi<l n 
&f«S in'QSQaiioi naklti Plioen o78 j]v S fu ngBcijS'ji,, mbI to touA 
iritf^d^aftj] ( (iniud^afii; the mas.). Hel. lalO. Ion. 973. 

168. Cf. El. 599. i} £w §iov iiox^riQSv. 

169. rniaui'T Such aa may be inferred from what she hnd iilroiidy siiid. 
frpQtt^t] Hercules, when wfiting the testament- Triclinius understands 

the tablet itself. Similarly jEsch. .4g. 921. rii S' alia ypoiris ovx unriru 
viKmitivii I ftfj'cit Stv.aCcag avv 9(oig HfiaQfisvc/. 

170. Cf. 1170. ^ fior (Jpus) Heo'fo) xm Jouiri — frpnoKi f(o'j;&oji> rioi' 
ffprcfrwtcoi' afiot | liioii' rflfiO^m. 8i4. 

Tlie epithet 'HpKKiji'oJV, as Wunder observes, ia inopportune, seeiiif; 
that the subject of the verb l^pgKjs is Hercules. And instead of tlie pre- 
sent FUTtltiiiKO&ni we require a future. (Jii. Ixiilovfifvoiv , or iimtgai- 

171—2. These lines I suspect. For oiff should ive read oig 'i/iun'Y 

172. The form dtadair occurs also Fr. 401. ^aSiivog — ^JroSmrt. Ho 
ive find TigvvB and TCpuF*oe [Hes. Scut. 81.). 

173. Sclineidewin propuaoa to mark a comma after avii^aipec. Per- 
haps wo should read ««t xolaSs — , and connect va|liQ^ela wilh xqovob &c 

188. With BovSsqlis cf. NeiXa^tQj^t JEech. Suppl. TO. 

Perhaps raS' has slipt out after — TOg, and Inr/ between riiSt and 
, TCQo;. If dot be right, TCQOg oov can hai-dly be so. I would read ojiios 
001 — XQnaiov It &c. Or perhaps o«ois av — xQioiov xi TifgSaiva ts 
yttti xzm/iai %dQiv. In Sen. Anab. HI. J. IS, all' oTOTg toi fii] ^Ji' 
fKflvB) y tvYicofts^a Tiavta notijtiov, the loi is to be connected with allii, 
not with oTCtos (cf. on Arist. Th. 708.). 

191. Cf. Arisf. Pac, 1206. a^sSoiien^a vaasQSdvti^fv (KaxtQSaivo- 
li,v al.). 

ialmg it^aaaovta. 



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204. Eui. Med. 48.. avtejov aol cpnO!, etairjQiov. 

-206. Cf. Eiir. Here. 11. ^v ndvtig vinva^ocai KaS/iEioi itois | kmrm 
avviiXala^av , rivlit' slg Ifiovg \S6iiovg 6 v.Xstvog 'Hgtmliis viv rif sto. 
Iph. A. 1468. vfittig S' ^^lEugjijfUjWi:', m vtavtSeg, \ naiavtt Tijfts ^vjt- 
qioQa, dihg «6et]v \''Jeteiiiv Pcio 3i JavatSaig FVfrjjiia. Juji-oig aecms 
right. The plural U always used, I tliink, of .1 jiiaterial hojise or Imilil- 
ing. The singnlar oceiira CEd. C. 370. 1565. Aiit. 584. Ph. 4C0. (qii.) Iji 
wliicli passages it means eitlier 'a fiimilij, a race', or else 'an abode.'' Jn- 
poiB without tlie addition of Ir occurs 678. Ant. 1079, avSgrnv yvvttiv,mv 
Gotg (i' Iv) Sofioig ^axviiata. (Ed. H. 432. Tr. 950. .^scli, Cho. 871, 
Tttog »e«e«»rKi ffoftois; Usmilly ev is added, El. IIUS. Aj. 80. (Ed. B. 757. 
(Ed. C. 760. 1338. 1342. Hub. GOO. 642. 662. 1241. 1270. Fr. 819. n's moi' 
iv Softots Poij; If 6'o(ioig be righl, then wo must I'ead a jitXlovVfUpng 
with Erf, Cf, Ant- G33. i^s ncD^ovvfiipov. I'or Soiioig iipecti'ote ef. 
jEseh. Ag. 85J. vv'v S' 4g (lila^Qa Hal Sofiovg iqnatiovg | sld'cov. Sept. 
73. Jioliv — «at Sofiovg iq}f<!tiovg. Perliaps we should read avoloXv- 
J«'tro Sojiacg iipioiiovg alalayag a jiili.oi'ajiifios Stc Or dvolaXviiXT' sv 
So/ioig itpcorlovg e.Xa}.aydg. | « usH. The passage howe^-er will be luncli 
simplified, if we roful, avaXoXv'%ata axoXog kifiazioig aXuluyatg 6 jiflAo 
wftipog (i. e. 'the eompany of maidens'). For cioAos tlms used el'. 326. 
(Ed. K. 1G9. For sepeatiotg ciXaXayatg ('domeslka exullatione') c{. G07. trpf 
otton ot'Iag. .Slach. Ag. 1283. Qviiatmv itftiniav. Eiim. 163. iipfBrlrn 

306. 'AXaXayri is formetl from alaXtt^ia I sJmiit dXaXal (Ariat. Lys, 
1301. Av. 951.), as olfnoyii from otfim^to, Ivyq from iv^ei, &.c. '^XaXq 
otuurs apparently Eur. Phcen. 336. avv alaXalet. Ilel. 1344. Xvttbv kI- 
XriiaiT' alaX^ {— lO Z«ep?), Find. Fr. 224. fiavdti- t' alaXai t.'. 235 
'AXala IIoXsiiov ^^ynisp. '.^laAftryfiog occurs Hel, 1368. Cyel. 65. .iOl 
'AXtiXa^eiv occurs Ant. 133. Enr, Baeeh. 503. 1131. Hero. OSl. El. 843, 
855. 'MaXaviiog Hel. 1368. Cyel. 66. 59*. 

o iiEXX6vv!i<pog the inss. Triei. vulg. Br. Herm. Diild. Wund. .Selm. . 
« (teXXovvnifog (piXayya, 'sirginum clamor') Heatli, Musgr, Eif. Ifftyner. 
pcol). Bergk. Nauck. a fieXXovvjupog Heath. Wakef, Vauv. Bened. Brunei; 
understands tiuvoc, as inn xaXXiviKOg. Schol: tl tig fiiXXovviiqiog faztv, 
firs yfya/irjiitog, ijHe'ro)' aoii'jj yag jrdvrtav satlv erjjj' ijxjioj Si ^aea 
xXayyij aQasvion rs kbI S^Xtimv [k«1] koivyjv evxjjv jionjonioi. Cf. Ant. G33. 
i^S jieXXovDjLqioo, Ilor. Od. in. 14. 10. 'vos, v piieri ci puellne 1 jiini u£- 
ima expertes, male oitiiiuitl/i \ pai-cite eerbis.' Herod. IV. 34. rf/ai Si — 
viiifovtai Kal Ki xoQtti val nt xagSfg of JrjXiiav. After nX. a lull alu)i 


iMtfOs, ii df — J'liuJ il ml ^\i(i»lii (,ui noLt Ao/iog o (i-^XXtivi (itpm, 
1111 loistinliiig' \\\o c^iiL'^Biun t tbe iimdens m tlio lionsp ISnt thin 'iOtma 
liiilh sitisfti-tory Ilonth nud Slusgi itc nho reml a ^clXoviarpiK, 
im lei stinil. it tlip toiiuPi of Deiauiin (Imt could she. is e'^pectins Iw-r 
1 iiia: bisciit lni-:bin(I, [noperU be so dosigrniitul'), tlie lattei of any imi 
iiijtiblr mnidi,ii« m nt le i?t tliose ot the boiiae of DciTuiri Mei.lo 
vj uqjos IS Krc i^ed m i lirgei aense tlinii the usiml one nf 'heliothi-t^' 
Ili.ic it seems to incln ^luaniageiihlL , lagala yaaov The wuid ueiuis 
no uliLio el'L in Tfagedy Burges 1 e propoaes ofiKila xuMqso'tiii (ki u 
qim(') PiUnp? a usliovvftqiOE, Iv #i *oivos Kpceiou , iiai Mlffjyn 
roi — riie consfrnetioii houW be ranch simplified by leading mi' ful 
> 1 1 1 uqirov Ihc pnMjagL eertainlv seems not qiute boimil 

^1 St] ' 4 ,d together «i(Anf ' CI en (Ed It 27 IM CT 1 C 
I 1 713 Aj 676 &ome »iite fv fit ~ The einiise fv (if — iiu i= i i 
ipiitbotir S.C 

Insteid of age "I'd) J/ the Bcholiaat wonll ippeai to h^^e real some 
tbin^ signifying 'married people , foi he, oxjlnins, fi i(S ulXXovolKpog 
iaiiv Ei'iE jtyaa'qMas , ti'xttio 

208 f The old odd mark a full atop iftci yiiayyu, and connect whit 
lollivs lyill avfyer' &c Corrected by Herm &c 

aOO Ct El 6d7 ^ot'^E ^QoaTairieie Diana is in like manner cillod 
•n^QOTaTTi^ia ^seh. Sept 45o Apollo had a temple under this ilesigna 
tun at Megarn, whiLh eont.iined fctatuea of tlie gid himaelf and ilso of 
Diana md I iloua (Pans I 44 2 ) According to ?onie Apollo y"i3 i-all 
eil jrgoiTTKTijeioi, fir n \m.y different reason Phot n^oaxatriqios 'Aiiol 
- ■ mlaily He 

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21C Cl AriBt L\s 1291 reialnl iij jrKit;<op ] metoS- ck>, hi in 
Fuot *uot" Enr Ale 452 atigo^-^va-, nu%vvxoi asliiva-, 
217 Somewhit oinnlarlj \j 174 to ury«l« tpKTib m fiBrtg alexe 
nns ^'fip-i, 

219 The Trigic Chorusea wore deckel mth m :i b m i ill^iiinsis 
Kiaasve C£ on (Ed C 1273 

fiiinonides Fr 29 nj-wiiia iXiXi^oinjos JinAi 

220 (i! LiiLian cil S.L 34 i ;rore'qi(ij' ttjii Jioiij). rjioipsqiiii 
icmis also 111 Xen ind P!it TVonrpiqiriH' is 1 think Uenil\ cociiipt 

12i (111 ICO Ileciav] rin, ephjiimmn of the I'lcin or hymn id thinks 

'22 Lui ill, 462 o qtiltc yiirtixrov Hipp 84) Her jb7 orn-Ariin. 

225 OfifiKTOs q^goiprtj; eqnn nlent to ouiiu qjpoipoii 

22(> Hes r!i 6U ot ot.-( fcn -Jtos itA'V"' »''«" "li) ^cnpflO-'ii 

228 Q(i xaQtai tt zi TCQOtitpigtts 

3d0 Niiick conuidcis k«i' ^gyoa Brijdtf coinipt 

mxJros jreaoffoi'T ] Cf 192 eijteQ etrtj^ti (Lichas) 

231. igriura KEjffn.ii'fii *jrij] Ct. 9j, ^tptfoi ifi7col«. 

2:i2. Eiiv. m. 23(1, Jj^- irpioTfi yHp <'"' t"Tx&' ayyilltiv Qtlo). 




23( Cl J . Ik lid ffioi. dijTtt Ji ^loj/ ^ITO, i :n ( r ^t- 
AdiAus 1 iroi'^tip' ^Kogoig eit (iii&tcil ot i}) (ywiioriib 'fi '• 

M-Sre jrnrprofj Ju | fiouous ogijEi tSftti'tKi' Tf ifuXi-aSK Tic pli ii 
^roioig oQi^tiv occurs in Plulostr p "jT 

'i8 Tfiij ^yj«Kgm« dopenU loosely on ogiiirat Cf on 146 l[ i 

I cr p 2S 24 inaaria d-ta rrJ, d-ga ^ ije cjjswEfioi' I5 wp uio9'o an en 

II tig Till, Svatas iyivovTO 6a-vavat 

240 iUBTdt miglit oasilj h 1*1- been corruptbil int t j;nta Cutiiiih 
iiKrat aeeiis fir 111010 suitible I ero tlan fizati, It tixci. Ip coiictt 
sitpily OQi^i-cai 

Tipn — avaatazoi'^ Supply mnzi slvai "so 6j8 pet icaii idij^ov 

"•4? SthneiJ reads iiaipOQa ind explains infest omiiq t tfea mt>. 
f tti/ie the I ieetiae lie (do not Inve in le iroiible than tlie\ dcsenej Ai 1 
certainly it seems laore proba1)le tint ^i[i,q)OQ<s (^i/iqioQai) si ouH li vc 
hcen coriupted into ^vfiipOQul tlwn tlie opposite For tins uto f Kit 
jttnv tf 189 

aia Vr 187 yvvaitia S stelovzei \en Cyi VI 4 7 on (xf c/ix 
imlaiTOV yeyivriuivrjv k«1 i^Kigf&neap anro outt (if oii, 3o ?i] 
jjl raes MfBtijo^Kt ouif mt, ilev&SQnv sv ktijuio oiojittii 

MTIJUK — KgllOl'] Ct 27 lf);Off — XQITOV 

247 Ii 606 10 yXbinaa oij ijonffa to» jroltii jiooiou 
250 t Cf 274 f 

I e lOf loyoji ow 3e( fp^ovsiB^ai vtco eov 
2ol For Zzov — tpa^g (nithotit av) cl (Ed K 12jl 
252 Ksivoe IS right I tliink W 281 Jiftioi d info;(ioi7 ^ 
j26 According tu the Seliol en Od qj 22 Jiijitci orleit ! Mcit 11 1 I 
sell Hereule-, iiito bondage I'j a punishment tor some oftinec M<rtur> 
took hira into Lydia and sold lain to Omi hale 

254 Suffflos Ici^mv] (F<\ R 14J4 toiavT ovud^ lappKi-ni 

Cf Ant 317 Lir Mel 1344 all ov yag av at fii qioi^ ninAin 


2o7 tf Hon 07 I 180 oiiiMK fnn Iti- nr^idt ^fQloxom^ t At 
yiiaiKi Ilerminn s coiiecti 11 aiv nrtibi aw yiinivi see is liiffhly j 
hftUlc The second avv (om K ha I slipt out I s i>ipect frtni its m i 

'a8 (Ed C 944 uvSqu Kcti -titzeo^tovov | kovkjioi ^jolUdoi 
II. 6. 3. Ka9aQd'7Jvcii Ss Cellar zov ipovov (Hercules) rtrfitrttTm nghq 

260. ftszaiitov fiovorl So 12S3. fioi'i] iistaiztoq. In thosci passngen 
liezat'ziog signifies, as Hermann observes, something more than 'pariircpx 
facli', viz. 'gut oceiisionem dedit, caussa remuUor.' 

Ovid. Met. XIII. 32. 'aanguine crelus \ SiiypMo furihqiie H ftaude *e 
milliiiiiis illi.' 

2S3. il96vt' ig Sojtovs stpiaiiov] Cf. Khcs. 201. U&av h S^jiore 

263. nolla jtiv loyoig — ] The antithesis to Ibis begins with Sii- 
^votg 3' — 268. The former portion refers to the opprobrious language 
of Eiirytus, the latter to his contumelious acts. 


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afif Schol II its hvQv O X i T^e ^v E ^0 a p a li 
jtQot'&ij'ite tov Tijs # yaxQois lolijg iKfio* no Mori tij io| k h avtov 
V Kijea Swap, via jj ag t vsg roue na Sag n q ynp -i^roiloji'os 
s ijjiy Tijv ro| H^ji' H^av.Xtoos SI S aytav oafi, tou } vaMTijuns d 
£(1011105 otiK ansS Sov i k xopj; Cf Ai oil 1 n 1 Dole S IV 
dl L cL s des gnelly o uts 11 meat on t Hur les ] a b f r lol 
i 1 li wever a e ei led by tl easenger below v 3 4 

ce Tie sng I Tofioi' b fonnl Isu PI 1 288 11 8 L r Snj 1 1 74 

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08 Ho \ y Z \ il S IS a »(wv u oti n 

70 (OS M T Bui}- s] Slould e uftl (oe "i^ og — I lo iiot 
I se tl p force f ww* s nnl ss t refe to tl ot r o eoo 1 jo 

ot Ipl t 3 to fet 1 or lool fter tl o 1 o os bo I d left t T i-j t 
Rr A go& v/na fan o fo ts r 1 do v i f. rca 1 3 j t 

Ant 1145 naQvaaa av vJttQ vX t v 

71 Tie iin 1 jllable of xl xvv &1 otti el h A 

L li ccl 411 Hip " 7 So J- du r Anl J 6 C 1 4 1 
A t 1127 I Ft 781 4' I b jll o s 1 n„ s 

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zav TivQyov tov ^ lov — i va kkI av eav ov Ho ol T CO 
If Zfug Epc^euqciif no i&ovos i]Kt rpoaaSB [Lir O 90 Muqx lou 

once n Mw\ ylns never n '<opl ] 

"75 Pli 1430 Ofiije ^Xaxag ( oil Tr 635 Ttayovg O tae) Do! r a 
T Is tho pHce xagyo u^ lo A] ollodorns inh^rifLVOv is j;oi, C T 1 
I i-cl 10<»5 an itvgyov tc §uaa ■Jtgxgav 1 jna If vas liu I 
p CC p to ale gbt wl cl v 3 p ol ly 1 o q as 

274 Conne t avai ttav aicaTKo ov e / I 

tie n allj pi ced nf er atn^ 

76 f Cf 260 f 

Ea 1 Ag 99 Ma jra So ywp to tp e <■ .^Axji ijg no l Ttptifl' jiio: 
X a 5o 1 as 10 qiij t j;f »> 

77 Cf 8 J ov « to cO 0*0 1 Ka I ^u jyop b — tl 4 «0O(r 
Ti^fls o&ojjtsMa I iffl-j'ijK° 'OjiffTijs. C17, (lavb-avei S' o&ovvfxa | ^Iojjk 
nQaaem. 1307, tEiI. C, 9U. ^tfij d' oftoiii-EK' — ou Sfioiai'. Pb, 634. 
of*' oaoiii'jM' f^sict. (Ed. R. ri72. (Eel. C, 853. 1006, ^Ilcpiod. Op. 138. 
lous (ifp fnjiici I Zfws KQOT/Sfjg fKQV^l j^oloiifttvos o«vf«a ri^iig | ouk 


I'roni. 973. 07-i. Suppl. S13. I'r. 433. KiK. Fr. uk'. i:W. ;i;,(i«'ii.j ;:;.m1(;.„,. 
;tWeil' Clio. 135. SiLjipl. 233. l-/%lieiv Siiiipl. 302, "EAAijcif i'viJ.tff,- i^/i^i - 

Ek yv<u'fi(;s HKMijs Htoius to iiie tu uccoril ]iutU:r witli iin'cyX'-"""'-^ 
(or vathor lijKpj^i^oanEs), Arrogani!!; tiiight arise I'vmii ;i hbkij /fn^n;, 
liavdly from ii mkk^ ylrafffltt, wliicli ivoiiKl rather Im tlie uffsjirhiH' "I iiiup- 
j^aiipe. Fna^ij and yXmaaa arc ofton uonfoundeiT in iubb. But cl'. ,K-ic-,l(. 
Sn|)id.973. w«e tf* ir (^ri?) ftsioi'KOj ylaanuv t'iT\<Tiov i^iQi-i | H«-/.iii'. 

232. Aj, 1380. o citiaifjyos Huto's re j;'^ ^ui'tt'cus. Kur. Him;. I'.i:!. 
Ttai vvv TtoXtq (lEV man' Ki'i'ntJJ'itfJ' tfopi, | avri] Ss- rioi'lij. &<:. 

Aj. .")17. xal iitizig' alvij jiotpa lov qniffmra tt | iinifffitw Aibav 
9avaaiiJ.ovs olxijTOQUg. Plant. IJaiicli. II. 2, 21. 'reyionts eotere Ailiermiticit^-. ' 

283. Perliaps we slioiilil rend, jts'lis <Ss doulj/ 'c&'- ct?S^ cV", acn.-y 

284, Eur. Diet. Fr. 1, 7. toij's i' sk (isytOTijs oX^itrg xVQavvi'6tji \ jii 
p.rtSiv Zvzaq. Hel. 1027. fa Svaes^ciaf ooiov tt -cibiijiC viv. 

289. Perhaps fp^ovTi^i Stvq' rj^ovza. Cf. on EI. 1370. 

298, Cf. Phil. 906. tfiol fiiv oiktos Sjh'os ^(ur*Vroi«J "s | toi'S' av- 
Sqos- "OiKtov Ssivov dioit iiujierieordiiun cum metu conjimctaiii." (f)iiii/ ) 
lint tliis is fur fetched. I think oKvog must he tic right reading', t^i' 
Pint. Rep. p. 163. *^flt'ea;iT«t avzip diog ««i iptjovtls &c. Cf. on 447. 
This langna^ of Deiauira affords a good illnstrution of Aristuteles' ilefi- 
iiition of Tragedy as Si' lliov «al ipo^ov niQccivovaa tjiv tiav ziiioottav 
nctS'tJiitfcav Kad'aQHiv. Cf. his Rhet. II. 6. 12. tag S c/Tzloig iticiiv tpii 
Giga iativ oati Itp stlgotv yiyvofii^pa tj jiiXlovta Iksiiva ten. 11. 3. l-'>. 
oflc iip avTiav qio^ovvrai, tavta in' alX^tv ytyvofXiva iXtovatv. [Add 
Kiir. Med. 1)27. ftciilAs ji' oiTtzog fl yiv^otzai zdSs.'l 

300. Qh. lai ^ev7is\ ^cvag. (tEd. C. 184. ^^ivog inl ^aivj^. rli. l:l.''. 
iv iivif ^ivov. 746. avza fiiv ^vov, afl S' Klq'tjjr. lll'tti. m ^ff>" 
aXriza.) Hut we find (FA. C. 1250. ^ivt,s inl x^o^os- 17ori. yiig tni gf- 
taj. (Ed, R. 455. geviji' lai — yaiav. El. 1132. &e. Or f'jii. l.'Vi^b- 
;ir(0);«6- ((Ed. C. 444. ^uyws — jtrioj^os jjiajfiijp tym. l.^Sii. itiriaj;o! (in' 

304. Enr, Med, 027. "E^attg vii\q jiiv c^av lX»6vzte ovk tvSoii'av 
ottd' ttQtiav izasedoiHCiv Iv dvdgain-v, ri S alig {^X&ot Kvjcoiii, iii'k 
aXXa 9sog stij;«p(s ovza. Hipp. 445. KvTCQie ynQ oh qiogiiTOV, rjf miXXij 
piir/. liaecli. 300. Si:av juq 6 9l6g elg zh cra(^' flftij woiiis. Piiii'ii. KiT:;. 
CDS dlliatta^ ^— ^ni, TtaCSai S0a tovg covg, llor. Od. T. 19. 9. Un mr lutii 
ruem Venus i/t,' Qu. ^T)vlaav% (or (iiju'on") ayav. 

306. Eur. Med. 94. ^);#eoiis yi iitvroi, itlj ipiXoog, Sydatit n. l'"r 
tlie ellipse cf, Hor. Epist. I. 1. 05. 'Isne tibi melius siindul '/iii rem fiiriiix 

300. o'profiftjj] So ogd<s%ai Eur. Heo. 320. 

307. Here wo have a Kwgioi' nqoGianov uttering ovSt y^v, !I9 liiiii- 
]iidc$ complains of some of .i^schytns' characters in Arist, lian. Uil f. 

303. The usual word is zov^dg. Hoe. 1139. oaai Se TondSsg fJoKv. 
As regards my proposed correttion, cf. 472. dXX', <a tplXTj Ssanuiv' , latl ■ 
as [lav&dvta &c. 

.309. Eur. Mei!. 070, SdjiaQzog oyeijs, V Xi^ovg anttqog mv, Hosiod. 
Op. 521. oujT*) fQy' tlSvter nuXvxevaov '^ipgoShng. Msvh. V'r. 224. Jid- 
roi yi/Q nyvafs JTKji&f-'rois ya/tqii'iov \ Xfv.TQiav t'-TTti'Qoie (-il- ir/fiiara'qj 


1 1 1 

11 d 

f tl 1 1 1 1 1 It 1 Ell 

PS e t HI 12C5 i^ 8 « e e 


( Q 


e s 3 IT 1 1 1 t 1 
■n ) 7 dl t t 1 

1 tl 



s Sj 

Tl f t tl q t Jt d 


«. ] 11 

t, 4G4 M § 1044 l<pQ 6 A) C)t 


Q " ? 

I fpi. m h ; (H e f 'jd.jr 


ij 8 ^pe<w 
dg t. 

1 9 Q g) — <pQ ( ( 1 

t be sn 1 rr b d t (•/) 7^ B t qip 
1 fl ( / dg 1 Ih 

I 1 

My t 
ft e 

h d 1 1 L 1 1 til t 1 
th 1 th ft E e O t tl 
1 f by t k 1 ^ 

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d ly 1 I I — ] T 

p It rat It He 

1 1 PI t C t 4171- g (iq> pov I 9 l^s 1 ] II G f 

J I fiq' @ I 3391 83JC E 340 B 

!i22. In favour of SioiuBt (^differel iib se ipsa loquendo') Herjiiiinn tltcs 
riiit. Ecfi. X. 604 A. TiozSQov ^aXlov avzov oiu rf; ln'jiij iiaxiia&ai rf 
Kttl avritlivc'v [I. avtirsv^tv], orav ot/aral vuio iiav oftoiW, ij oxav 
Iv l^Jijiiif (lOKOS avTof vaS-' a-atov yiyvrizai; noXvtiov, ^(pij, Siolaei, 
oxav oQBTai. He compares also Tev. Andr. 11. 6. il. 'Quid ftaims narral'^ 

— Aeque quidqvam mine qjiidem.' After ov tuQa — Stoiaei siyjiily ei ti 
li^si or the like. So Arist. Eq. 306. vij zov TJoeuSm KOfi^ tk? (sc. tJ,- 
isis), 7tvKeQ ye xovtov ilxTjs. Qn — xQova ^av^an ilaiccKV f(Fd C 
1375.). Or — Xsovm '^aipTiOu. Tr L Anl %4 ayav tip mci; 
ylaaaav ig lo ou'fiqoDiOf. Pliecn 144 tfovtjv fi v ouk aip jmbv A t 
oil Ant. 1248.) As Sittq)EQfiv ylaacav s a vorj 1 It 
i!X]irosRioii, perlmps we should cor ect rpoqiia 

323. For ouaafin of. CEd. C. 51 IC 8 A S3 L P 
Tors. 431. (t. 1.) aad in dialogue V 1 ftuppl S91 

324. For n^avipiivtv ef. Ph. 119.. 

325. Eur. Hipp. 268. to S' vnig diceav fitiav wSCvuv i^vxii'" %iXi 
nov ^Hgoj. Her. G44. naXai yag adhovaa zS>v aqjiyfU-'rcoii [ ipvjrijv crij- 
KO'J vootoi ti yEvrjasrai. Eur. Ipli. A. 1225. i; jcqiv adivova tjit [ vi'v 
HiVTiQuv mStva ti^vSi Xafi^avet. 

fiagog} Cf. 982. Jjt( jiot ftflt'w Pa^"? «7iAfT0ii. El. 939. iii3(ioj;rjs 

— §aQog.' A}. 20fl. 

327. Bninck iliinks the Scholiust must liave read jjvijxoeeaav instead 
iif OliaXi^os in U, f. 730. o? t' fj;oi' Oi'xKWJii', xo'iir Euguroti Oiza- 
Itiiog. But Ot;(«J.t^os is the constant epithet in Homer of Evqvrov. Her- 
mann contcnilsj and I lliink with reason, that the prominent position 
given to the epithet SitjVfjiov shows that it was intended to signify some- 
thing more than 'exposed, lofi;/,' viz. 'devastated, ruined, pervious to tlie 
wolds' iJiijviiiog JB a word of rare oeeuirence. It is used by Philo Bya. 
de septem orbis mlraculis cap. I. xnl rn ndiaXa rav SivSgiav ccTcaXorg 
TOis finyffioot)' l-ni7itq)vv,0Tti S^oaoTiayii kkI Sirjv e/iov ?);j( iijj' fveiv 
i«! Kusiiiniilwl p:,ird.'iis). Jiavfti.ova9(ii. 'In he u!fllided h,, the wiii-V (of th,i 


" ~i-'-'^^w^>ir^is:^Si^;^iL^is^^.^i^.i--:si^.^-7,'-^?'^^ 

"iw. Iinag.T' 

Wunder ejpliiiiiK tvxi "I tlm ^rief luiil wtoiiiii^f ol' tliu iiiiiickiL , ivliitli 
prevented iicr e'^'^g utterance to hir feelings. Pcrhnpn Tv^r) is feiilty. 

330. Perlmps noysute&o) oiiyaq . \ outoi S' ojrm; ijSicxa, toll. Kl. 
1296. Or jcoQivea&ia s tuas [ cztyag unmq q^iott;. 

331. We miglit i\\so eoiTeot, lotg ovei xiaviir apo's y' tf^ov IvTnjv 
irfpij- Or TOis ovat Xunqv i^ iiioo y' aXli^v Xii^tj. Cf, Eur! Hoc. EST. 
IvTit] lie ctlljj SidSoxog KaniSr xa-nots. B. Piinl. Kpist. PLil, II. -17. 
■tiistjOiv — fu£, I've fiij lusrijv tjii Hi!irg ox&i. 

Ih'Pjj] So below 802. fiila ft' In ys z^aSf y^g | TioQd-uivwv cog zii- 
Xtata /iijo avTov &avio ('nor let me die here'}. iCur. Or. la7. ;tojpefit, 
uij iliofpttTe, iiTjS' farai (not jfjj) kiuVo?. Cf. on 59G. 12'2fi. llelow v. 
820 the optative is rightly put, tjjj' 3s Ttgipiv i^v ] irajim SCSioai itaTgi, 
Tiji'tS atirq iKpoi, because an iJnprociition is there uttered. And in ]iiir. 
Moil. 970. t^' IBS SKXifna, ftijigi S' av igi< zvxt'v | evdyysloi yivotaSt, 
^ipo'^olTis K((]tme (a wish). 

3SC. The niaseuline is nsed, either because Lichas is ;iinon^ the feiiuilu 
i-aptivea (cf. 342. 34i.)i "r because he is speaking of persons geiieriiily. 
The Schol. mahes a like orror in v. 344. 

337. Observe lufni^ys added after (ittOjs, because of the ratliev long 

338. When once Ixim-qixiov had passed into sjtioKj'fiyji', it was natu- 
ral that a further change of flfd into /rm should follow. Ylavx' tnKti^- 
(iioji sifil is good Greek , not so jtavi Ijimt^'ftiji' ^j;'"' Schueid. also 
suspects that the nrigiuni reading of this passage resembled tlie one in 
Ant. 721. Compare however Xen. Cyr. III. 3. 9. iTiiar^jiovig Si ^aav la 
TiQoarjKOVTa t^ tevtiai' ^vaaiog onllact, 

339. Or ri 3' Sczt ; toS iis Tijvd' (or to5 Si »»(*') ^ipiazaaai ra^iv ; 
(Cf. Aj. 1236. noiov KiKoayag avSQug aS' virfQipQOva;) Or zi S Sa^-' 
ozitv ~ ihVp; Or ti * av&' otov — i«e(v; {Cf. (Ed. R. 1021. all' 
avzl zoi Sii jiffii'da ft' ^voiid^fTO; 116C. Svotijvog, dvzl zov;) Or zi 
S' ; a*zl tdS 'ill (>oi) — ; Cf. C65. ii S' tezi — ; 

I suspect tliat jiot was chnnged into pt. or Efioi. into i/ii, by those 
who wrongly explained srflataeai in an active sense [letag, kwIu'eis). I 
liave little doubt that the words zr^vS irpiaztiaai pdviv (' with 
iliix ulep') are riglit, especially if wo compare tlio similar passage Aj. 42; 
bnt as I do not see my way to anything like a certain correction of tliu 
remainder of the verse, I have loft the reading of the best mss. intact. 

'Eqi{<!tcce9tci xiva (or tivi) ^aaiv, as Ttgoavizvuv xtva iSqkv, and 
the like. (Enr. Phcen. 293. yovvnezttf SSgag aqomi'zvm a\ ava^. Cf. 
on 50. El. 123. 556. (Ed, C. 1120. Aj. 42.) For if(ezaaS-ai. 'to ajiproaeh' 
cf. (Ed. C. 558. tCva \ noXiwi iTciaztjs ngoazgo^ijv i^ov z inm"; El. 
1401. roj S' irpiezazov jtiXag. (Ed. K, 777. (Ed. C. 558. Eur. I'hten. 279. 
zivBs iqicazKBlv Soiiolg; Below 748. ■noi — tuvSqI — naglaiacm ; The 
reading l^iBtaeai evidently came from l^iaDjfiav in prec. v. For ^ligiv 
ef. Aj. 19. Ill dvSgl Sva/tsvei] ^dsiv nvnloivTa. 8. Tr. 967. ailioifov 
ipigH p«aii', 961. Ph. 691. 1373. 1403. (Ed. C. 199. 

340. I almost think zav ndgog /iv^av is preferable. Cf. Ph. 1417. 
ao S' IjiSv ii'69-av ixdjtuvaov. 1410, Tiglv Sv rmv^fiexegoiv dtjig /'■vS'eiv. 

344. Cf. Plat. Sojdi. 3+2 A. alk' ^jias roSio yi iiijSiv (HiSantj frg^y. 
El'gy frtri, if right, I take to be the middle instead of the iisujil fiyj'ti, 



:iatiuiiliag U> Sopliotles' custojii. liu uiSmjLtvov fur kvSbiftos PIi. 
C(. on 121C below, l.inwood wrongly explains ovSiv tigyirai 'nihil eeti- 
lum est,' i.e. fas est. Perhaps Sophocles wiate elgyov iiv. or ilgyov ia-c\ 
uvTovg S f'K. KiQya&ci will not do, for there is no present li^yti&riv, lnit 
imlj the aorist flgya^eiv. V. Ebnsl. ad Med. 188.^ Nauck suspects the line. 
OvTog refers to a more di^Jtant obreet tlian oi^s But I should prefer 
yifivovg, if only on nrco nt of the p -eteding TcottQOV Ivshovg Sqia kv. 

345. Perhaps t( ul kfytis uat Cf (E\ 1 (i5j (ppaji Sr/ 
tt qiijs, Eiir. Hec. Oq I te* cm rotito oijuctsie Xoyia 1 Ht Gorg- j11 B. 
m; loyo; fftj^uivfi o C (19 o oos loyas eqfittivn Phied 66 E, 
Tliejel. 160 C. Pol I 334A &c B t «ncl jiasages are not to the joint 
here. The common reiding is I thmk palj ibly i roi g; tho gh no con- 
muntator appeai-s to have sta b|pi at it We may compare however I''&3. 
xulws lelEtiicff, lianl toiaSe rtjv xagiv [ taxfiuv to nai n^oif&fg 

346. Eiir, Cyc! ^51 vyieg oibev tav tpf]aiv lt)tt 

349. qpeagel 'Eaplatn (Ed R 656 ipQa^i Sij k ipiji 

354. "Egros — iioroe S'sav] Love of lole, not Ze is, ds L thas I arl 
pretended v. 251. See on 266. 

355. Cf. 710. Eiir. Hipp. 1274. Q-ilyei "Egcag. Bacch. 402. »fliliipeovfg 
tgmTsS' In favor of 9dl'^ii[v cf. jEsch. Prom. 592. ij iJiog &dS,7cei xiafi 
fQoiTi. 652. Zeus yag t/iiQCv fidlei \ TiQog sou riS-alittai. Soph. El. S88. 
itdinfi z^S ttvri%si!za tivqL Ant. 1086. rai»i av &dX7ios ovx vaevSQa/iii. 

356—7, Condemned by Wunder, who observes tliat the mention of 
the murder of Iphitus here is inopportune. If any reason were here as- 
signed for Hercules waging war on Eurytns, it would be the contumelious 
treatment of the hero by Eurytus, not the murder of Iphitns by Hercules. 
See his Emend, p. 190. The eapi'esaion iffimi AvSotg (and lit' 'Ojiipiiljj) 
IdTQEviiara is also suspicious, such an use of ijtl being qnite iinuBual. 

356. ovS' i-n' 'Oii(pal->i — ] I. e. ovSh tor In 'Of.(paXy — . Cf. CEd. 
C. 78, rots iv9-d3' ifSiov (til m«t' «ctti dijfidiais- and on El. 991. 1498. 

Cf. 830. jiovav laxetiav. 

367. Add Tr, 756. nolv&vtovt aqiayvg. ^sch, Eiim. 283. )ia»aQiioig 
— tijjtQOKTOvoig. Cycl. 127. ^oga -~ av&quntQi.tavia. Bacch. 139. alp.K 
%gixymtovrtv. Eur. Or. 1666. a.i^ (ijjTeOHidj'Ou. Here. 1155. iemvo- 
■ATOVOV fivcog. 

358. orj Sc. Egattc (354). And so Schol. As the passage now stands, ov 
should refer to iiogov. Cf. on 998. Ph. 1466. But probably vv. 366 — 7 
are spurious. Perhaps this line too is an interpoktion, the author of which 
intended oi' to refer to ftogog, and jiH^oHiag to signify 'having introduced.' 

Eur. Andr. 30, Jnsi. Si tijv Aduitivav 'Egfu-ovtjv yajiE? | toi/iiv na- 
gaeag (schol; aniaaditevoi , ix^tnlav) ^scjroTijs SovXov li%og, &e. Orest. 
020. fnj#s Svacf^liCs \ fit), TtKQiaaug evat^sazlgavg rpilovg. Her. 238. 
■covaSs fit) nciQtaoiio9cti IfVovg. 

Incert. ap. Phryn. Bekberi p. 4, 16. avii) lovnTtaliv leyug : olov 
avio TOvvavriov liyfig. Which words are attributed to Soph, by Valek. 
ad Hipp. 388. Jisch. Prom. 210. ot Si lOvn^uUv (Schol. B: lo svavtCov 

369. all'] Perhaps tl»' . 

359. inEtS-t] Sc. v.slvog (353), Hercules. 

362. Cf. 75. Enr. Phten. 286. InBazgdzsvaav 'Agyttoi noUv. 

363. The subject of jiwj must of course be Lichas, whereas that of 
the two adjoining verbs ^Tiiexga-civd and ■nztlvBi is IlHfOuJcs. idfcno^fw 


36-1. 1 Ii.ive glw'ii nzcivoi .1111] ^fQBel^, l.ue;iuso he ia [-.Udtiii^ wliat 
ha liad lioacil Lirluis say li;ii! liajipKiied. CI'. 351 f. louiou Xi'yonts tuv^ 
Hqos EiGjiMomj iyo> ^ as — EvQtixov &' iloi — Epcos St viv — OtX 
^fiiv &c. 432. ojs Tavr.ijg it69a \ xolig Santtij irciaa, xotlj; ^J AvSiu 
I msyCEisp avz>iv, all' o Tj;off tgws epavtls- 

3G5. I would not altor mk}. vvv, wliicli tlifi aunau <if the ii!imm:i(;i' i'.-- 
qitireB. Cf. 539. 

365. Qu. — ^MEi S6y.ovi \ aovg t^vSe iti^iiuav, Cf. El. G3. ozav <So- 
liovs I lX9roaiv eiv9is. fEA. C. 757. #Fljj0ae aeiu xai, SSjiovg fiolfiv. 
1770. &^Pas S i/iias aijiijiov. 2^ovg having been comiyieil into 01s would 
necessitate a further cliauge of f^vSi into tovoSs. Or Sofiove { Is eovi 
aift jtiji.'jtmv. (Cf. 417. t^v aixfialeaTOv, rjv Sntfi-fag Ig Soiiovg.) Or 
Sofiovg I TOOK oou'e (roDroofi) — . The prououu ia evidently reijuirfd afti'i 
TcljiJtav, though Herinanu tliinks it luiiy well he understood. 

366. mg toveSe the insa. vnlg'. ag raaSs Turn. 

oyK atpQOVTiermg'] 'JV«( wilhout solicitude.' Otlievs expliiin, 'not wil/i 
out design.'' Aj. 355. aip^ovtiirniig ^j;i(. ArpQovziazog occurs Xun. Symp. 
VI. 5. Theocr. X, 20. (fpios). 

367. Qu. [iijSaiioig SoxBi ov js. Or jiYjdaiiiog be jr^ocSoxa. 
Hermann conipiires .^sch. Sept. 1043. zoiizov Ss eaQHitg outfJ Koiio 

yaazoQtB j Xvkoi anaaovzai' (ijj SoKtjaatm tivl (nijSi So^iirto zivi'O- 
Erfnrdt adduces .^sch. Sept. 1042. (iij5^ zip do|n ndliv. Ag. 888. fniflf 
fl"«tJfior5ijs ToSs. Hut flieso hitter pasaagea, in wllich lir/di iiiuan'i '«or', 
are not to tliu point. 

368. 'EK&feiiaivtiv occurs in HippoiT. Vet. Med. 14. Tim. 114. Arial, 
Trobl. 2. 35. Pint. Mar. 16 &e. Nicand. Alex. 401. zQi^e nai in&iQiiaivf 
3iri&n> iilivjfiiva yvta. No other exarapla of iv&epiicciviiii i^icurij, Din- 
dorf rcniarha, except this; though vie find ?v^f(ffios in ITippocr. Plut, &c. 
80 @-dl'!tEe»ai lewzi, and the like. Cf. on 355. Pliryn. Bekk. p. 40, 2((. 
lv@'ttX7tEo9ai {inS: Bekk.) iqiozi' otov %aCs<s9iri v-jti> ?^ajzos. Qu. (tjiie 
Si] tf9iQitavzai. 

372. luj'S^ijKOuoi' R. (supr. a) Dr. 

Cf. 424. 638. 'EUavtap Kyo^ai. Eur, Hcio. 412. ayui/av liXCuixg ipi'Xoii.. 
Eur. Ipli. T. 833. to aov vozi^u ^Xitpa^ov, meavzag S' iiiov. 

373. Dindorf and Schneid. understand avzov after e^aXfyxsiii; Itie 
Bcholiast jie. 

375. El. 390. jtuv «ot' el ipQfv&vi Aj. 102. jtou aoi ti'jijs tOTijKtr; 
Below 705. nolyvei^iiq 'xica; Qu. 510S ttot' t/jil SvajioQOg (or Svenoziiog). 
Itut V. Aj. 314. 

377. Perhaps Xa^'gai^ov ti tfjioiijvos; Kp orvwrnfios &•;, Cf. 909. 
fjiiaiEj' ^ SveTtjiios. El. 806. 282. sj'^ *' opcoo' i; SvaftoQog. Nanek 
marks a colon after 01 Svettivog. Cf. Pliil. 254. (J ^6XX' iyai (loj'ffijpdff, 
m itiHpos ^sorj. Eur. Hel. 463. ..i^ymtiog ; to diiCTiji'OS, o* iiE^iiioM' apo. 

378. oviiayiav] Lichas. Bur. Phtea. 919. os lie diup' sjzijyaytv. 
'EMayiiv occurs again only once in Soph., Aj. 1189. Szav snayav. For 
Inaysi- is^a wrong reading El. 1306. and also i'ud^szai Ant. 362. 

379. ^ (not ij) Kopio: Cant. Cf. Herod. III. 1. ijv 'AjiqU^ zav TiffO- 
tigav pactXcog &vydt7)^ Hopin fitydli] z( wai tvsiSijS. Time. Vl, :il. 
oVs<OE Jn/mporijri wFpipo^ios (cToioj). I. i^, 'no less by liirlh than in 

,y Google 

lit, :il)H. Aj. I25H. jiu^iav os ^i q'raii>, ,M'li;v ij-iioiii tlir ruiiiiiui ih^u 
!illy jiiiicdil 13 vumovi'il liy JJiiiil. Niutck. 

380. '^Yr- V-i'f- '*■ ^- T. Hiicl. TniLi. 

TtuTQOS jiiv — ] As if Hie motlior's iijimt weru iil">iit lo iiilluu-, Cl. 
liiir. ITec. 420. Tiareog ova' iltjiftipou. 

rfteuis occurs noivbore else in Sopli. ur ^^srIijIiih, ;uh1 duIj mu'c 
ill u donbtful paasiigo uf KiuiijWes, Crut. Fr, 2, 18. 

.^81. 'lolii] lole 111- Ffo/ff, for tlio iligniiiiiia rualiy exists Itefuro VoJjj, 
as tiofore lolaog. 

Purhnps lolij Sh Tovvofi , r/g — . 

382. Soplioclea would liJintly luivo written ^laaias lipiopfi, liot r.itliei' 
(Jicflrcs ^ipaivf (or ^q/QK^i). Wu fliiil only upomtlv Suva, oem, ■roi- 
nvta , ^n)], qiUTiv, and thf like. 

Sfl^il'] Ironical. Witli reference to the words of Liolias 314. Eiir. Crespli 
Fr. 8, 2. (OS XQOVoe BSj&iv ntiji^*. Elics. Tl'J. taziav 'ArgiiSav xbhois 
f^ajf, S^&£v i%&Qoq Biv az^atitXaTai£. Ion. G5G. a^io %tazr^ Sij^tv, 
3.Si. iovn Sti&fv oTi aov^vteio. Herod. IS. GC. tog sg fiajiij'' iiys SJj&tv 
Ton azQCiroi' M. 'Tiqoaracaovct lotai MiXijoinitri (pulaaanv, rag tiriaza 
jifvoiai Sij&iv jidXiU'ra zijv j;(0(iijv. 80. 

333. Nntick reads: uloivro ndvxfg ot xaKol, fidXieTU Si \ XaQQaZ 
OS o(jil£( — , mth ninnifest adviinlag^ to the sentence. The itwkwaril (tn- 
tithcsis Tff Si laQ-Qcrf os dansl is thns got rid off, in wliicli wo should 
have expected aXXa rather than Si, Moreover why slioald the Chorus 
not wish that all Ihe wicked should perish, but only a certain class cjf 
such' The above emendation tlierefore soenis worthy of acceptance. 

384. Cf. El. 457. 'O^iaz'^v — i%^Qotaiv aeroS {avtov'/) — i^tu^^vai. 

388. Miv is for^gn to Tragedy. Cf. on El. 528. Hermann's correction 
fi jii} Bcems probable; but I sliolilil still prefer &iloig. 

Kgivuv\ Ant. 303. hkI vSv, ava^, rr/vS euros <as &sXeig la^iav 
1 Kal «eivt xdicltyxi. 

am, CEil. C. 594. avfv (batoV) jimuijs — Xiysiv I'h. 183. ftou^'os fft' 
aXXorn. .^aeh. Ag. 9G5. aic' ifiag — SlmSog Eur Med. 218. ofifniirai' ano. 

390. Dindorf nghtly observes: "Nuncu, non Chori, hiec verba esse 
proximnni iiijiv et I'cs ipsa ilocet: nam nunciiis dit>erte jiibcu'lits urat rc- 
niauere, nc miiniii vulLJctur qiiod cspositis rebus suis in sccua renianet.'' 

392. Plat Lpist VII 331 U. uvioKlnros — ojjk igjia^iffii irufi^ojilsiiffftBi. 

394. Cf 36Q xal vvv, raj ogag. jjiifi &e Aj 2S1. mg mS' Sx^^'^'^v 
T&vS' iicieraa^ai as Z91- Dindovf ilso jippioves of the oorroction ras 
oQag, though he lliiiiks that Soph otko inij have written tleo^og in order 
to avoid I repetition of rag. 

395. Ferlutp^ cvv JC"*'? iioKQm But theie sunns an intended oppo- 
sition between T(i];iiac ind ^gaSeC Lich is, insteid of at once going to 
his mistresB Dtianirt had loitered aliotit the place talking, 188 f. 

39G. aaasis] 'Hastenest.' Our hasten is probibly from the same root. 

Translate; 'be/ore joe hone renewed out ducoiinte ' So ccvaviovo&ai riiv 
00)101' Thuo, V. 18. 1^* xQo^tvCav V 43 tag axovSag V. 80. tijv cp^ll«^ 
Dein. p. SGO. onovoiav p. 284. Cf. ilso Phil 123t dis rauiw mkI ipls 
dvuTCoXsiv Snij. Hermann compares avviitai Horn. Od. X, 192. 

402. Eur. Hipp. 300. cp^Sriat it, Ssvq' a^otjaoi', 

403. (Ed. R. 760, «pos ti tovi' icp^eeai; 1144. Aj- 40. Qn, e« S' losiiT — ; 

404. Cic. Pliil. 2, 20, 41). 'auire ilicere Ic priu-i /ii/ pnrenlem tmnn ve- 
:iisse 'p'li'ii rtrf w.' Cited by Wimd, 


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407, f.evGBoi !•{ 

40!l, SBiiiler nu 

rightly. Cf. on 41 

415, Eur. Iph. 

418. (Ed. C. 15 

Si Ti;* K«T oIjuw 9 

irpos T^ S let 
E1. 1176. jtpos T^ I 

419. jjii — opB 
(Naiieli.) "Miraloeu 

Petliapa d™' <v 
630. vw' evqi^iiov fi 
Here. 289. StiXiag 9 
imnsliias. Cf. al 
f(i7 naQog I nmsi^ 
tendei] not to knoi 
Xiysiv. As i-egarda 

yoiiKS cf. Eur. Ion 

420. Perhaps E 

421. noiomv » 
deed ive read there 
no^in jiolaiv &c. 

422. Sufijicgtv 
Lichas ashs for oth 
story. I suapBct th 

42G. Nal in thi 
od hy i^ome scholia 1 

427. Tlie familL 

430. Perbaps S 

432. Cf. Fr. 88 

i>D£. 140. ilg OQB 

usual form i? lu^o f 

48 ..Itfl^S KB^KtSo 

078 A 787 E 
Lydia Itself is nea 
uiticnlo terrnm pot 

433 Nauck als 

434 cwooTtjiD) 

KTtooc^i'ai dofiuv. 
435. Noaovvrt 
oioifQovoe are here i 
]ii:iy be sent away , 
n BouDtl state of m 
genitive participle 
^Qovog. Bnt vooo 
oi>or id (ifv jpoo 

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[ havings i^rcjit into tli'' text in the placi! uT 
TiQneixftv. Or voaovvzog atziv {'to lUten to'). 

lijQfCv] 'To talk nonsense' In Liitiii 'dclirair.' 

oiatp^oiiosj Phil. 304. oi'i; iv9dS oi utloC Toiaiv a(i(pitni>iv /Jporfbi'. 

43U. Eur. Ip!i. A. 1233, /lij Jt^og cf ITiXoitOi. So iu Latin, 'per i-n'i 
If -loeeM ohseei-o (obteitor).'' 

Ct'. 200. (0 Zeu, top Otxifq arojiov og leijiaij' l'j;t's. 11'^ corriiptiuii 
i>f icayov into rwjtos would easilj take place. NuTtog ((Ed. C. 157. Aj. 
392) means 'a wooded vote, a glen,' with wliioli the epithet aHgov ill ne- 
eoi-ds. Cf. 634. jiayore Ohag. 1191. Phil. 72i>. Meeh. Fr. 146. r» '/Sk^m 
ndya. Ovid. Met. IX. 1G5, 'ncmorosum — CEten.' "Pt-rhniis Ohainv Xinxs- 
[Knr. Bacch. 751. Ki9ai^aivos XsTcue.) 

438. rous Xoyovs] four tuords, (Ed. It. 520. 

439. Add Phil. 597. to rmv StOKOVtav. 

440. Cf, Fh. 88. i^vv yap ovSiv Ik t^xvtjs n^fireefiv xa«ij;. 79, Ant. 
523. Etir. Rhes, 106. uXX' oa yctQ ovx wijros jiavz' ljiii!T<ta9at ^qotoiv 
niqiVKCV. Some wrongly explain tliiia: 'io rejoice does not happen to thi; 
same jiertons abvays.' Antl Dindorf unhappily compares 129. El, 91G, inis 
avTOial TOi I ovx ixvtos ^el Scciftoviov Tcagaaititti'. 

TifipvKfv] nsipvxai! Nauok. Perhaps rightly. Cf. Phil, 437. tit iwj' 
^titKoVBiv — zovjiov iv ay^KQa fispsi | JtOiOiijitvoi. 

442. Anacreon, as ii!j weofi to^'EpBio! jcvKTuli^a. 

443. oTtav 9eXu Wak. prob. Nauok. 

444. Wunder condemns this line as an interpolation itiiidc: by somu 
copyist, who did not understand the force of the Ho:i ('even') before #££01', 
See Ids Emend, p. 192 f. 

It is strange that Deianira should apeiik of her own love or tliat of 
lole, especially as she does not even know whether lole ciltort.nns Any 
affection for Hercules. 

Cf. El. 865. Kms y«e oub; d — . 

44B. ira(iffl y' avSpl Ehnsl, ad Iph, T. 250. Person (ad Heu. H17) 
i-iles the common reading without saspecting any error. Cf. 739, tow 
nvSqa ■cov eov. 748. tov S' iiiJtfXaSsis irevtfpl — ; Where Deianira ia 
speaking of her husband. 

447 — 8. 1 rather suspect these two lines, and even 445 — 6. 

447. Qii. r^ (tjjr' aixia | ajiaQtias (or ala%Qov loyov, or alaxQOv 
itoXov) Tov fitjt' — , Or Tg fistattia | fitjSlv xa-Kov lOv fUjtf' *ftO( y' 
KiaxQov Tivos. Cf. 773. tov ovSh ahiov zov ooS {zovvovf) Ksmon. Ph. 
1426. og t^vS' atiios ubk^v Itpv. Arist. Eccl. 1158. fiij^E roi' vXiJQov 
'fsvia9ai firiSiv ^fitt ahiov. Or — (ijjV ovv Solov tou ftJii" — . JMijie 
— (irjt' ovv occurs ffid. K. 670. Or — jiji't' iqy^azog lOu /tjji' — . 
'Epyjia 'a deed' (especially an evil one) occurs in .^sch. (twice) Enr. (tlirice) 
Hom. Theogn Archil, Solon. Pind,, but nowhere in Soph., unless it be 
here. Hermann explains p.ij6iv here by iiijSa^as- Tov fijjdfi' atajqav 
cannot possibly mean 'of noiMng disgraeefid.' 

.^seh. Eum 190. aviog ev zovrotv ov itsrahiog iielii, | aXX' eg to 
map SJiQa^ag tog Jtavahtis, Cho. 132 ouiti^ eov tpovov lierahtog. 98, 
Ag. 785. Eur. Suppl 26. 

460. ilitvSTit L And so in 452 471) 471. 670. 597. 671. 809, HIT. 
1119. 1158. 1206. 1211. 1215. 

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452. I'V yhvie&Ki I inii|iosi:'l uifiiad-ai ,ir reynsS'ni, bul 1 liiink tlje 

triLlhfiLl, LLoiipli lie 1.«! Hot s'litli. It imiy F,c llii>t ).y ;iii.( l.v, Imw. .■<;, 
I II n y 'hi tu BpOHli tlif Irutli, ho m;iy "dI li- lulnirtl. 

45J Xiv» go] I 1 » heius » licrald, w!in ^luli , -iinl mil ;> .l"iii.' ii- 
>1 e lie 8 II d itvoi I'clow 531. 

4 J J V le 1 t ovdi ?o&' obws AjJoks- Naurii straiiKtly marli.^ 
ru at fte lijirf g. 

4 7 (El R 27 Ht f ei- q50|SH"i«t, &u. 

4nS Ie].i| ( j JT &j'ii3-i[f. TOUid (tKura) fi alyvviuv av. 

461 11 Mil 68 Jilfiata (Tg nvijQ itiiva/inios tatpsltfv. 

16 (J ijnEyiiai fl Kv jjde fiii', ooA f^ tioois — . fur nvn 
dog new B lo same as loyow ku-hov, and oiltf' ivu 5** iiiigUl ^i-'ii'j' liiivp 

I asseri ( nvd ovf doy Tlio o^rf' av accms tu he in tlie wi'^rig place 
Cf. PU. J48. iicii. ouA rti' toA' f');oi't' (f^lt fif), if jt^ itolra. Kiir. Phivn. 
1633. r('s ^yeiiiav iioi jcoSo? ojiaQtijeei- tr(pXov; | /;iV ^ 8'«j'oil(p(t ; fiooi' 

463. AU-iphr. I. 13. fpios fJ' ten *)!/>!■ urd firiYMtlj etvii/aiv. Lyciiplir 
498. &e»i»ioiiiii' ivTt/veiaci. 

465. Trag. Iiictrt. 141 N. ti^' MiptJn^ in KtJj.Jos « ,if An.j'J.fcr; | ym 
■xSie okeaQai. 

Sualsosv A. K. L. 11. AW. TIorKi. &■■. i*n,;it-Cf ^li. Turn, i;r. 

467. Cf. fF.d. U. 1438. ail' ^ fiEli lifnuf (loi'e' ojiRinf ^ iiu ' i'ret. 

468. I'll. 1120. atvyieav ijre (SucBoifioj/ figiiii fji' «?.ifiis. lliLlir. li.i, 
64, «Uots «J««*'>ii.£e toft ffjrtieijioig. 

471. KTifffst naeii'] Cf. 191. Hm'fiiji' xdijiv. Pii. 1370. iVijrl^v — ki-ij 

II ft );(!pii'. 

473. IVag. iiioert, 348 N. nD^pautoi' otrrf Hfl ipQnvfiv av%Qiiittvn. 
ScbneHeivin iiiiders lands ditokv, toll. Diuii. Clirya. 33, 16. vcivT.av ti 
ayvtu/iovi Yvmitij. And Hermuuu expliiiiis ttyvtofirop 'auii halieus leipectiiin.' 
Cf. (Ed. C. 36. Dam. p. 143, 36. ovSiiitr ovS ovrtag aYVtijinva nuiV ' 
arnvov oom. 1261, 23. ayvtifiovas xn! jtm^oiis. 1468, lb. z^e I'i'ayy.aCKi 
pf-v dyvioi).ovog Si ivx>]S- But if ayvwiiova were iutendcfl to agre.e witli 
Of, tlie ailditiou of ovaav would have been neuuKSitrj. Cf. Eur. El. 13511. 
fvSuiii.ova Jtpttooit. jEoI, 14, 3. kutkphij qiQovdv. 

474. Dem. p. 73, 17. igw ragos vitag k«! oth annxQvipoiicii. 168, iJfi. 
762, 10. 723, 23. 1121, 16. &c. 

476. 'HgrcKXrj <*(ql#jj JieQ%eaS-ai govoriis an iicciisativp also in Aj, 
'J99. o£Er« ya'B aov jjcgis — Si^lft' "/();ninus ^avzas. Cf. on -298. tfioi 
yag niXTOg Suvog tlof^ij, ipilat, &u. Pli. 1231. aq fi' uji^lS't ris ipo 
pos. Eur. El. 747. Soxto Kivfi | Mjr^i&f fi". For 'Ti.^i#f c|li. F&iA^c, oi 
fffniV*- Cf. «n 355. 

ngotiii&ia is a trisyllable lleaiod. Tb. 510. 'Eniiiti&ia ib.511. Frigm 

477, Translate, 'seitcd fJerculcs.' Lat, 'Berailem iiiBasii.' 

^ Ttolifp^oQOS —1 Put pvoloptically. So (Ei. \i. 274. ^ ai-fiirnxoe Jixii 
{^vvtii}). CEd. C. 1089. TOv luaygov itXeiacett koiov. {SuUn.) /Toluqiffoeoj- 
is paasivo also Tr. 477- vEsth, Sept. 920., hut ai^tivc Enr. Pluvii. KHfi. 

483. Callim. Epicr, 42, 6. t/ tovt' foi' oai'injfi'. h^ijum. 


rnv jim'fia c^s Ti'-xiS viiioiv. Aj. 1331. _ 

■184 Eiir, Ilei'c. 141, tJtfi ye (1. fitsi yti) diOJtoujs | I'lfusv KH&iffrqj; 
III like maimer we fiml ys to( 3q. For fiSi- Arj tl'. Aj. y77. Kl. 1^44. 

Perhaps iTCfmzeov At (I'liit.). Or fQ-jietf i)* fi' tinft^. To iniiku llie 
[liiiMui^ iLt least liitelligihic and readiible, I Lnve vitiiliii'cil to give kickvx 
t'zus Sij, wliiuli 1 aiisiiei^f is tlic right rending uf tliia obsoui'e piinsa^e. 

Cf. 1134. if ro irreji /iii^ms 1136. n^twii (f'j:fes?) ro j;9^f'i 'Jfiapie 

ii«»t' Eiri'(frr(trf.i ■in'yi'J Cf. STrt. nai'T' ffiDJuoue- Ph. 1241). ev vnv 
yjilazto Jiavz' [Jmjjkoios ioyoii Ant. 4(]2. ntiir' fTiimaeai. V.nx. Iph. A. 
8W3. Jidvt f^tii. Phoun. il67. rn /I'l-v aag' ruiaiv jtiipt' i^z^is. [Or. 740. 

485 Tliis line would perhaps stand better alter 487, Cf. Eur. Phceii. 
774. aov re tfjv t tn^v xtrQiv. lieu. 1225. our iftijii xcqiv out ovv 
'AxmSiv. 880. eov nvx i-'Xaaeon ij xdi/rts jesoff. Bacdi. 1275. i/i^ tc vat 
jTHipos 'xiiivan'a. 

487. ig rjji'S'l 'funeeTniuy liei-', not Uo her', for Deianira had nddress- 
ed to lole ao words of assurance, but only a short question (v, 320—1.). 

Cf, .Ssi-h. Ag. 823. u/hij ft' — IftTCsSmg fiivoi. Eiiin. 321. iji^iSas 
i'ltii' (l.n%ai]. Ag. 940. liiJciSmg Tiot&zai. Also Eui. Iph. 758. to* og-xov 
final TOvSi fi^xer' f/i^fSoi-. EI. 390. i'lmsSot xQloimi. Horu 80. il- 
nlS' inxtSov aanrjQlag. 

489. Cf. Phwn. 1636. ils aitavxa Svezvzijg i'lpvg. Eur. Alex. Er. 8, 2. 
00 Tig uvSqAv elf anavt' eeSaipovti. Dindorf with i-eaBOU finds fig 
tticai>9 lyisuitiible here, since Ihc senbe would require rather iiovijg. <ju. 
fli) /loviig, or zr/g KOQijg. 

481. Cf. (Ed. K. 1235. oaov d' \ ageie&E iiiv&ng. (Ed. C. 460. z^St 
Tfi TtolH fieyav \ emz^g' aQei'e&e. Aj. 7.">. ov — (iijfl'J i^fiXfe'i' dgH; 129. 
fiijtf oyKOC ffpJj iiqSfv , 2-\7, Jiodnii' xloJir'ii' liQfii&Ki lil.'i. fiijtff 
HHKCi' ipriziv "Q'!3- El. 34. (Ji'mbs agoi'/irji'. 

404. « r'l l!c. avzriiia Saga. 

jcijosaQixoam] Cf. 623, 687. 

497, iifya zi a^ivog} Cf. Hum. II, 18, 607. iiiya oS-ivog 'Slxsnvoi'o 
111 note dele; "Pans. VI. 13. %tt3.xovv — f(>ir;g.'' 

Cf. El, 477. 81. lloiii. n. 13, 486, tttV" "f ^t ipiQoiTo fifytt 
Kgrirog, -^i tpiQoc'iiriv, Sti'ab, X. p. 468. ivtyartfihoo rijs vCkijs a9Xov zov 
Jtliavfigag j'BfKH'. 

500. ATidziiiiiv seems to mc quilo iinsuitjilde here, since it is the 
imwor {a^ivog) of love that tlio Cliorus ij< speahiiii; of, not ita deecitfnl- 
iiess, 'EniSaatv would perhaps i-ome iiearei' to the rcarting dmazanfv, 
tiut is hardly bo suitable as iSdfiaeasv. Cf. Horn. 11. S'. 517, JiiOQea 
jioift' iaiSnefv. z- 5- *'• ,^5- Od. y'. 260. v' . 163. o'. 154. Ac, .llao 
II, 5'. 316. ou y«Q Tcianozi ft' ra9e ^lag tgog ovSe yvvtiixos | ^I'fior iv\ 
•STiiS-teei JcteinQo%v&sls {6dttaeaev. Od, i'. 516. Inti ft' i/lvitdeaaTo 
oiiio. lu Homer we tinii repeatedly Haiidaaa, Sajideao/isv , Sdjiaaas, 
Sdfianenv , iSdiiniiaf, Sttfideaag, Saiidaaszai, &,a. 

504f, There were many suitors, but, as Ovid says (Met. IX. 13), 'alii 
cessere liuobiis.' 

504, AfiqiHyaoi perhaps naeana 'detxlerom, pmeliseJ.' Compare cfiqjt- 
Si^iog. Hermann explains, ' ancipitibus armis.' Compare Vulcan's surname 
'Ajtipiyvnug II. a'. (i07. ('halting on Ulh feel'l. Hes. Tii. 571. &t. rfTpw- 


N. IV. 73. ai^iyviwv di»i.riiv). Perhaps we should ruail iJiS-foi. ■ uiiiMiryu:t 
men: Attsweriiig to Tiaf9ivoi (v. Plat. Legg. 840 D. 877 E. Riilink. ai) Soil. 18,593. 7iaf»ivos ^f^sog ti. 22,127. Od.ll, 38. Witli 
itQO yKfiav compare tlie noun ngoyt/jios. 

506. Read ndfiuiXaxtu. Cf. on Aj. 631. El. 484. AVunder tmde rat amis 
ay^vig jrtJfiJiljjKioi of boicinga, JtKjBOnioi of iwesiK'iflK. 

jtayxoviTii r' ^g^l&oii vnlg. 

Eur. Suppl. 425. Sgo/irav t' alimv ayuljiaz' (?) tvTvji] St^A^s. 
Here. 1273. TloXenor — l^ij^unB. We must not compare 159. noUoiig 
ay&vas iimv. Dindorf eiplains a(9i,' uyiovav labores certammm, coll. 
Ph. 509. 

508. Eur. Hipp. 1220. Tirgmi/ov oxov. Ak. 4S6. tstqioqov apiia. Ipii. 
A. 314. Her. 860. Qu. TEtQaatitXovq. (V. v. str. 497.) Cf. Pr. 678, 10. 
evetjti S if jifpcoii zstQaiKsXii yovy (Kvjiqis)- Eur. Pho;ii, C18. TSrp« 
axiXijs fioazog. 

Eur, Hipp. 1343. lo Svctiji/ov tsgas rcupor. 

509. Hercnles is called o KaS/ioyfvriB above 116. 

Ml. Hesychius, TtaUvtova: 6-Kie%6zova, rj ItiI QatiQU TQfnonevn. 
Of this kind was the Scythian how which Hercules used ace. to Tlieoir. 
Xin. 56. Cf. Lyeophr. 917. Apoll. Kh. I. 793. Mmmtiail la^av svxaitnin 
ro^a I xcfl QonaXm, 

512. Hesiod {Scut. 417. 462J assigns -.i spear to Hercules. A« Herculos 
would hardly have two spears (cf. on 517), I have given loyx"" lor loyx"^- 

514. For Idiicvoi Xe][itov perhaps aji^il KOQtis Jfj^'oir. 

The fiova evidently refers to Deianira, who was seated alone loohiiii^ 
on from a distanee at tlie conflict. Cf. 523 f. 

515. Cf. Stat. Tiieb. VI. 865. 'medio eonjiix ttat Candida prato.' fieo tlic 
entire passage quoted on v. 523. 

Cf. 860. a i afiipCTtoXoq Xtijrpts civavSoi ipavf^a toivS sqiiivti ti^k- 
tita>Q. For fvXtKigog cf. Anth. Pal. V. 245. lui^nrpot; KvjiQiSog fgydiiStg. 

516. The augment in ^a^Sovo/iH is omitted as in Suftuaev Ant. 827. 

517. Cf. 856. la KBlaiva Xoy^a itgofiaxov SoQog. Ant. 195. jikjt' 
aQiatevociS Sogi (xiQi L. corr 1 A Ipss probihle torrection woiill he ois 

518. Ant. 125. nazayos Jgfoe Eui Hei b32 ]ia[a;'o; aamSan 
520. Anth. App. 205. ijv ciQa KiiAfi%oi xaXaxaQSioi ' Grammatici hui, 

flj^fia TlivSagi«6v appellant lujus Lon^itinB lex est ut veibuni prfecedit 
nomen Eequatnr." Jlind. J piesuine tlieiefore that ^v i-, rPiUy singulir m 
such passages. 

522. nlllYfiaro: ] We linJ icXaya tin I itlavtoq hut I woAild hiilh 
venture to write' jrloryftaior. Uljjj'fio; oi,i.nrs Ant io'> 128i I erhj] s 
however the trae reading is Tlliyuata 

624. ox&ip] Perhaps oz^V Cf Ph 726 Ant 1132 

525. flOio] 'fVas siUinj/: Aj. 311. Above 24. ^fuj*. Eur. Suppl. 6<M, 
KuSfiov 6s Xaog rtoto irgoa^t tet-^iav. 

526, I have given what seems a sufficiently probable reading, f'yai 
6s fiKiQOs ViX-DOvaa ipgd^et, 'for I speak /laving heard tMs from her mother.' 
Cf. 422. rii — fidQtvg^ast tavt' l/iov aXvuv TtUQav; Perhaps in ii'tv 
ola we may trace fir^Eiort. or aagsraa, V. achol. The liif is evidently 
not required here. Qu. ziXog 6i — Tctigslaa rpga^ia. Cf. Eur. Tro. 147. 
/icnjp 6 mt r(s irrBvot's Klayyav opuctj', onatg (?) i^dg^a yd fioXniiv, 


Ct'. Eur. Ion. 12G0. m lavgoiiOQifop iififiu Kijipiaov uKipog. Qu. to 
li' aiiqitvEinig TiriSsviia vvfi^ag \ ae9l.ov aii,(iivct. 

628. Qa. Of vvfiipiov (noTti,ov, o'izov) ajiiisvei. Or rer^Ioi' aftf^ii/ei, 
'amails (the victor) as a prhe.' Or ilfy%ov. ((Ed. C. 1297. ilq fleyxov 
XfiQog fioltiv.) 

629. Anacr. Fv. 53. ola xs vtfi^ov reo*ijU'K yalKfl-ijuJu, oei' ^i' 
KSQosaejis emoXstipQ'els kjco fiijr^og ewtoij^ij. 

530. Cf, 538. Zazt vavMog. 1071. rasie uKe&tj'os. Eur. Med. 1210. 
7iQaiitij[i^' (ottf ((BCJiee Sehol.) Kioooe &c. 

Lycophr. 102. t^c avuftqioi' voQztv. Compare the use of oKiifiros 
(Eur. Or. 1211.), fioojos (Hec. 524. /loaxou aijg), and Juiienen (Hor. Od. II, 
8. 21. te suis matres mebmnt junencis. 5, 6. tuae — juvencae). 

631- -^ittos — T^fiOB — ] Cf. 155. jjfios — TOTt — . H(i.og occurs also 
(Ed. H. 1134. Aj. 935. Eur. Hec. 915. But i^pos is fouud nowhere else, 
I believe, in Tragedy. jEschylas has neither. 

o Is'posl Lichas. Cf. on 453. 

532. Cf. El. 1322. 73. Arist. Pac. 232. 

634. Sophocles ia partial to the use of the middle voice for the iiotive. 
So avSa^ivov Ph. 130. 

636. Cf. Ant. 567. Eur. Iph. A. 452. iii* *' «v xalaivav kkq&^vov 
— tC ictt^ivav; — I AiSrig vtv, wg ioiiie, vvfiqisvoii raja. Hec. J103. 
'ExH^Jj (If — lixakfa' ' ovK aniolfa , alia itsi^ovmg. Gil. we naiStt — 
lovaoi jTQQ^afiai ^ ' tug fiiv a^ia, ia>&£v\ | ov* av Svvai/iijv tog S' 
?%m' tC yag Tra^m; Perhaps mqjjv yao, ouKf't' a^vy', dlX' i^evyiiivijv. 
Cf. Eur. Hipp. 1426. KOQai a^vyeg yaii.iav. 546. Baeeh. 693. nitQ^ivoi 
Tt nS^vytg. Med, 673, toi'^s a^vyig yanijXiov. 

Cf. (E4. R. 826. yafioig ~~ fuji^os ^vyrfvat. Fr. 517. InetSav ev- 
ipQovxj Isv^y nCa Enr. Phren. 1383. ^xei yajiois \ fjeiij' 'AdQaotov JcaiSa. 

538. Cf. 575, lexai ipgivog "oi zovzo Kijlijrijjtof | t^s 'H^a^liCag. 
'EftTioIijficr means any aiticle conveyed as freight. Cf. Ph. 417, ovS' ovfi- 
izoXr/zog Eiavipov AasQzl^. Cf. Eur. Med. 90C. ji'mos yaq o^yug #^lii 
xotiie&di yivog \ yajtovg naQijtJcoXSivTil y' alXoCovg itoaei. 

540. Cf. 'jta^ayKaXtUfia Ant. 650. ivayndXiGtiK Ljc. 308. I would 
remove the commas usually placed after 'if eKn:!^? and xa.Xovii.tvoq, because 
I consider iiiitv to depend upon avzint^tfie. 

542. Toh iiuKQoh xeovov\ Cf. 539. xm j.Knp 

545. Cf. 1231. TO S' mS' ogav ipQOvovvta x 
Or. S79. TO 6' av Suvaa&ai Tterpa 9emr X9VS<" 
(styav ov, c^Eva, 

647, I think that xijv fiiv — xijv iti ii 

c/v qn^pot; Eur. 
. Iph. A. 655. TO 

■ght, iia otlienvise the 
plural oj* could hardly follow, as mention of only one ^^ij would have 
been made. 

Cf. 195. ovS' ix^i ^ijvai ttQoam. Pr. 239. ^d»%itog potQvg Itt' ^(lap 
tQiiu C- grows'). 

548. Cf. Eur, Kl, 20. %aleQ'og ri^r/g XQ0'">S- Here. 875. dnoneiQiriei 
aov av9og. Iph. A. 1299. ^oSoivt' av&ia — SyiTtitv. Hel. 250. Sqstzo- 
liivav Saa niitXaiv ^oSta -nhaXu. El. 778. Ion. 889. Hea. Theog. 988. 
TOP pK viov xiQtv av&og S%ovz' iQinvSsog q^rjg | irafS' btb;Ii« ippoviovza. 
Qu. (ov aqiaQixa^Hv ifiltl \ nag Tig to ^dXlov (or i6 yaXXog). (Cf. jEsch. 
Suppl. 981. nccQ^sveiv ^liSaiciv evfioQipoig i'ni \ Jtag rig jtaQiX&mv oji- 
jtatog S'llxtiJQiov | zoitvn' fxefiiptv.) Or jjv arpagjid^uv tpiXec \ «»- 


&<ȣ. Or t(ov d aq)ngxttQtii {< JiotlQinfii ) q^iXtci ivjifii'rtis i ro t 
jrffWtns) ctv&Oi t/jv /t i n-EKrptJt iv noda Oi jrr itk d oeTca^itr ipiXnv 
I TO S'KAiol' «i3'0e &.1 Or (Ui «ip«(iir«gnt •pilit \ to /lalctKov i vd'O, 
[Suppl. Fr 6(1 It Jioas rf£ifiv avd'og futJornop irr ijioffi ] ' mji — nodcr 
verba gravilei (.orinpti f\aiclL) Win tonjBLtures rjji fi'y oeir«Jf(i 
qpilft" I 10 BdAlos ay>]Q (?), tijs a luicKipEJisi Tto9a, Uie ahsiirdilv t 
llie tommuii rcddmg, wliidi makes the t,¥e iTtfutQijreiv noHa l-enifc \\ 
Bufferalile, Nor can I ■igrce with Diiirt who e.ij>! ' tBCiIo inttllc Ir 
est ounlum viri diLi Who loHowa tlie bcJioliaBts espknttirn U sii 
may be said of Meint kc'K cnujecture o %«Xafii,Oi 

549. Pind r IV 158 eau S' ay^og ^^aq npit nvfiattti 

Tijv 6e] bbe meinb her own, for Deiamrfl i-i no longei >oung lie 
same constnii-tn n is in Ani 742 Sta Stuijs latv Tta-cql tor the; s iid 
sxTgense9at tivu ikxIivhv tifia, &,c Ct (Ed C 565 Mors IfcoK y 
eiv ooSiv of'd' , BiifTceQ ffti vvv, \ i jrfKrswjiotfiiji' (tij oti oi'i'fHinBJtu' 
riat. Phted 108 B I auspuLt thit riji' 3 wis chinped to tat d ij sjmp 
copjist, who did not iindeistand the tonatiiKtion v^fxtQixitv jro6n huup 
eiiuiyalent to i jrEKrpsnjod'Ki, eopetially as tor had just pretedcl 

551. Cf on Phil 30 

tijS veiareQas d avtjQ] t.e. aitjp de ctjg tfiareQiti,. Dmdort wionglj 
thinks Lhnt tlie opposition is between KaXeio9at and itvui, ratlier than 
between noatg and ivuif^. 

554. Qh. IvzrjQiov zixvuna x£vS' ujiiv qo^nfftu. {jEsth. Eum. 288. 
OJiais yivoiTO zeivS sfioi Ivr^Qlog.) Or — Ttjs Aiijrijs {zoo qio^ou, or 
Se/ftnzog) ipQeiam. Or Xvtijqiov ti irfjjtoi'^e tiMoj qjetiffiii. f^Esch. Suppl. 265. 
louKOji KKi; ro.u.Ki'w mhI XvTJiQia, 446. jijijjotjjpin — irijfioii^s wiiij) Or 
lucij^iof T[ nijfiovqe vfiiv rp^a'ata. (El. 039. r^g vvv jtUQOvaijS ^tji^oviig 
Xvaitg ^aQoq, 1400. rag ^fioi. to^' nv xitxav \ /xovov ylvoiro i^v JcaXai 
XvttfQtov, Fr. 897. ro fittfutm jtjjfiotqg Jurijeiop. Kiir. Andr. 901. tcij 
Itdtotv Soiijs Xvoiv.) Perhaps the Xv — in Jiijiijfin oninc fi-om the glosK 
lunjjS ou Tijf(o»5s. Or XvtilQtov ti fiijj;ai')j;i . ((Ed. C 762. .3iseh. Kiim. 
616. JEoiiq nr]%avii iuuj'etos, Suppl. 105S. Ivlljpt'oie iiij%avifCs-) Or Ir 
TiJQiov atigyTjiia &c. '(Cf. 1138. arigyriiia yag Sonovaer nQoe^aXtlv at 
&fv 1 «aij(iJcia);' ^0 Or luijjptoi' aoqiiGfia Jiijjiov^e q'?«'iriD- Cf. Pliil. 
14. jEseh. Prom. 478. roiKEta /xtixav^^iictt' i^evgiov zalas \ ^Qoioiaiv 
nvToq ovx !%ia aorptaji', otw | i^s vvv ^aQovaiji Ttimovijg analXayat. 
I have given a rending that is at least iiitcltigible. 

If — IH^'I Cf. 1162. (OS TO S'liov ^v ] JigotpavT.nv , nvzio Ao. (Ed. 
U. 276. mOJifp — m#s — . Tljo t^S' is, I think, Imrdly suitable liere. 

555. Diiiilorf observes that naXaios and aqx''''^S' ''''° aniiijuuK and 
nefiui , ai'e often found eombined (see examples iii his Tlies.). ISut what 
eiiitabJe sense eoiild «p];o^u yield here? 

Cf. Ant. 3i5. 9>tga>v aygCiav. In Homer qi/igss oQeaxmot. Qu. Stegoy 
in Nieaov ito9iv \ 9>iq6s. Cf. Ph. 1317. tag /ihv i« S'eav | ru');«s ^o- 
9i£eae Sie. Ek vsaeov (or vtaoa) might easily have passed into apjivi'or. 

563. Reid in note ■ ' ad undiis . j l/beriut solito nitidis Memalibiin niiclwi 
1 voTtieibiisq e f eq e la e t algue impervtus imni's.' According to Di>ji!o- 
ras IV. 36 De a !■* did not leave her paternal home, till three years after 
her marriage with Here les. Cf. Apollod. 3, 7, 6. and sehol. Apollou. 1. 
1313, who 1 owever d not mention the numl-er of years. 



!"i.i. J^iu. Tiu. :ni->. Ti dij rpQonnuici y ri iio(Huj' &ji fonofifji' J gfi-m 

firair | f'^ot'o', oro" tfcii/i' ieriav t' nrpi^oiim. AIko Iph, A. 397. n«Kror;jt; 
nji'taos TifiaQia. Sl'.i. or S' fjiopri-s mviSae \ K-nniSes- 

ro Jigcoroiil 'A'oi' t/ie first time.' 

SGo. ^B S' riva tyio\ Lougiorf (imtioiic iisit oivit llciaiiira in oar- 
miiif AruMlowUi , qiiud reprchcnsmn ;t ([nibi[s(liuii fshp nipiiioriit Dio CliryK. 
T. 11. p. ;K>8. fJIEiS f"' luor" TWUTlji' r^" HJlogial', icoxtgov SiKaitag ly- 
xaXavaiv oi- fiEv tcd '^(i];rlo];oi, ot d^ ta Soifoyilsg irfji rolv nam top 

pEi'ii nmovvza t^v ^iiiavtiQav iv tm giHgtoffnt ujeo rofi ffffrowem' 
jrpos tov 'HeKKlfK pa^eitfoucKl', fjrnplfinijiwtouoai' T^g tov 'Aiilmnn 
lieijaTfiae uni rrar zors ■/fvofttvai', mare itolJiji' t(j;o^i'' fivai im Nieam 
ri f^otilfTo jipri^w ot Si to* SaipoKXia tcqo io5 xatogu nf^toiijiiiWt 
Till' To^siav, /tia^aitovTmv avtav fV( toj' nozaitov ovra •/uq av Kffi 
liji' Ji^idviiQav anolla&at acpivzog tov Kevzao^ou ki:. limd. Atcoriliup; 
lo Oviil's Jtocouut (Mot. IX. 118 f.> IlerciilfS liarl already swiiin over the 
Kvemis before he shot Nesfeiis, the arrow penotratiug through liis back 
to Ills breast. 

566. Qti. i-Kiatqiiliaq xallv, or litiv^vvag (sjii&vvas, iJrevTsivcis) 
XfQotv. Cf. Aj. 451. ^St] n' in avioii j^ft'e' intvziivnvz'' {al. tnfvzv 
vasz") ijiijv. Or I'ntaiQf^as ttdga, 'havmi/ Cnrnei/ hack Mi iead' (at the 
r'ry of distress), Cf. Eiir. Her. Oia. Ssvg' ijtiarQtTliov Kaga, 

567. 1 have given nleviiovat with DIndorf and Hcrgk, not without 
some liesitatioa Cf. on 77B. 1U54. Tlie Jlomoriu form is toJeji^oiv. Tlir 
auciciil Greeks said jilEvfiovag , not iiVfviiovas, acuovding to the testi- 
mony of grammarians. V Dind. in Thcs. VI. p, 12G1. Hermann on the 
other liand calls xXevpovas "vnlgare" Honce tlie Latin pulmo. Bo vl 
TQOV anii khgov (Attic). 

570. Knr. Hipp. 708. zoeovSi jioi naQuaxcz' i^aizooueyy. Plm'n. 
11«!>. tooofS' Ivoiijcasf , | fiijfl' Sii to ofjifot jtue vtv tigyei9etv Jtos &i'. 

u7'2. iav yag — } Tliis depends on tlie preeeding loeo'i'** ovrjort. 

Cf. Apollod. II. 7. 6. ro 4^iv ^m tov rqavlittzog atfta Qu. atp' Ik 
Twv —. Cf, 717. h Ss tovS' oSs | eipaymv SisWiiv log &c. Aj. 919. 
Mevii. Ag. 1383. ^aurpvmait o^eCov aTfiatog a<payt]v &e. Aueordiug to 
Ovid (Mpt- I'*. 127 f.) the arrow passeil tlirongh tiie bat'k to the tliest 
uf NcHBits, the blood mailing out from both apertiires. 

573. ivsyxri] Qu. Svfynijg. Ci. El. 13. Ttitzgog Ik qioviov \ ^I'fyin: 
The corroetioii iiilayxoXov — lou is confirmed by tiie fact tbnt only 

one iirrow was sent (567). The common reading may at firhf sight appear 
to be supported hy Apollod. II. 5. 2. to 6i- crofin zrjg vSgag nynoji'oors 
r^ toll] tovg otazovt t'Saiptv (Hci'cnles). But the epithet jiilayxolog 
U far better suited to log 'venom', than to Ihg '-(« m>ow.' Cf.770. q>o/- 
vioi I Ix^gag h^Sviig log. 717 f. Oppian. Hal. I. 561. Kpigr. in Archil. 
Anth, p. 271. ix^BvaCm nqitzog f^a^e X°^'?- Antipater ibid. p. 240. tov i* 
ytvvtav jtiKgop iriCea xoiov. Ovid Met. IX. 158. "■ Lernwiv vlrag EcMdniv.' 
For tJle donble gen. io5 and vSgttg after ifpififia cf. on 1191 

574. F^n^tt] Qii. ittiil&fv, as in the similar passage below 716. In 
iti rovS' oSi (xovSt 3^?) eipnyav Bitld-fov tog atfitttoSg (ilXas | naig 
OVK oltt xal EoVi^f ; 

Hermann considers ^pfftjUK vSgag 'i periplirasis for vftga, coll. Flat. 
Legg. VII. 770 D. tr vcnyi-v'^ ntiO^aiv S-giauam. ■'fi^Qfp.iirr v/lgag si ve- 


plainB nelayxolovg iovi '" 

575. Cf. 638. JtagsiaSiS a o){i uti uk tijg ^ft!;; -ppf 

vos. Eur. Hoe. 535. jioiij ij j 

670. "ilflra (t^ gtigict h h e'), as ojiot' fit fii,' 

US oifiEiai pgoioii' in v. 80C bo h d p nd ng upon tile prece^iiij,' 

dominating clause.' "Slaxe o a g^ Id m an n> rely 'so tliat he will 

not lose.' Cf. 799. jii^tg (ft i a &■ otco ft fiij iij o^tiai ^eoTwf. 
(Ed. E. 1412. Cf. 903. xQv^iaa c »] *a (i s tlalSoi. 669. fin- 
liaiK y , i»<Fif fiijiEoi: uf npod' fi cf la^ v E 985. iu<Tif ji^ h2i- 

jtEtc KiEOS. 131(i. lUtTT' — fj K B gw *Ofi £ (Ed. E. 1412. ^sch. 
7, 32. ■)ia^rtQov ovzia x^ij v ^ v o emtpqovo avSgoi tlvai, ^azi 
fir; iTctSixsa^ai So^av alt a jio ijpas 1- ^ 813. ov ^avfta a' 

■/jftas ityvoctv , ove iirjuagog 

Fo ma ov witli indiei 

(ntni-c c{. ^ac' ovJtoz' Atai>& S a jictanve i, (Ed. R. I 

nv KeeovTos itQOdTazov yeyq ipo a 8 7 A Z A 342. CEd. C. 16. 6i 

579. syKsv-lrtn-evov} (3f. 5 ?>! Z ^^ Q fifttvov. 

'8 2 ' ' ^"] ^^^' "i ■> ' ' d t h H ■ 1 1 


H 60 

% B ead g g 

L F 


,y Google 

59ti. .Sulioli Kpuntoi'^tSu, olov onajijj yivijtai Ijiyoiio Lasc). jH.^I'Ii. 
(jhi). 238. jiovov KQiirog re xa't JUi] — avyytvotio (loi. 

597. Wc fiiiil 'nCntftv tv tivi. EJ. 1476. iv jilaoig aexvatatote ni-- 
itTioj;'. Qli. oiijtoi' s^E ala%og mott. The oonimott reading mnj perhaps 
Rigiiif J , 'you aill never fall by lUngrace.' 

599. ^gaSfis] 'Slow, beMrid time.' Cf. 395. avv xQOVfo pQaSti fiolar. 

601. Cf. 631. ^ftos, ifilai, mct' oimoi' o JiVoj ^eotri Taj's alxjialii- 
tois jiaiatr. 915. vaya — ipqavqovv ■ opm Si — . 924. Ivet, 928. qigajn). 
/^yoenff&ai is the old Epic form, used by Homer nnd once by HerodotaB (YI, 
II.). Ill the former we find cyopaadd'E, -/jyoQaaa^g. tjYogoiiivto, ayo^rjaato. 

602. ojcmg qi^e??s fiot — ] Q". itpraiof (fpflroxi, ezfCxiov) i(i8q ^jtiv ~. 
Or npiuToi' g>^ej=il' j;(i^ — 

Tavavip^ is recod^iaed by Schol. Hesych. (ravo.) Piiot. Suid., wlio 
explain it by Xtuzzovipfi. Qii. rovSs iroiitp^ (?) jrt'jrloii. The particle ys 
iu the common reading is evidently superfluous; but in favour of ivvqiij 
cf. Eiir. Iph. T. 312. nficXtav — evatjvovg vq>as. Cf. ^iliii&uip^s jEscIi. 
I'roiii. 459. 

003. Cf 663. iiot coil' 'HgaKXti ^oigijfin'toir. ^sch. Pers. 529. yy te 
Kftl qo^iiot-s tfmetjfiKTK. 1042. *oiit* %a-xav xukbiv ymv.oiq. Aj. SXt.'Sa- 

QOV — SfiOl. 

'Exslva is supported by 605. 608. 614. 618. 632. &o. 
605. Med. 980. %^veoiivKzov -ci axiipavov ne^i&ic9'ai, 

607. jEach. Ag. 1435. sets Sv aC^^ jivq If' sarias ^fi^s 1 Aiyia&oq. Her- 
mann wrongly understands itpie-ziov aiXaf "delumineperfenestram iiuuiisso." 

608. ^tiVfQog ffifpcivrje would not be a bad reading. Cf. 199. o-Oiii 
S' Bvzov ttvti-K ifitpav^. Eur. Hel, 874. r/xei irdtfis "ot Meviltiai oS' 
l[itpavris, jEsch. Pers. 610, vvxtog oiliig l/iqiaviic: Ivvicvt'tar. But. Eur. 
Or. 359. OS fioi taS itniv litrpttvais xtiQaaiaS'fis- 

Cf. .Slsch. Ag. 997. <!Tad-(i:aav anjotof Pi»(io5 jtilns. 

609. Cf. 1249. ro eov [ Seofci Sitvvvg ^Qyov. 

613. Nauck reads xXstvM kXhvov. Qu. kafing^ Xaitnqov iv niTtXm- 
(iKTt. Apollodorus II. 7. 7. rails it Xaitnqa ^o&ij'e. Or esfivbv — . 

614. o^fi'] I. q. atjfiiiov. Aj. 15. mg tviiaS'tg eov — qiwrjjfi' axovm. 
"Inutile est tufiaS'Js, aptissimmn vevo (uO'tojs." (Dind.) 

016. OffgaftSos cgnti rmS ] I. e. Hhe enclosure of this ring.'' So Pliil. 
6G3. r^XCov toS — ipaog. 

I would not abuse Eur. Or. 274. ofijia ©iio' tiBta TtsTcXosv , in favour 
of the old reading Itc onftcc &7iaEtat. 

616—23. Nauck would tranapose these lines after 632. 

619. SKftou] Perhaps xeiiTj, according to common usage. 

620. Herm: 'si mandalis perferendis emerceo artem Mercurii.' Compai'e 
■ the expression iiO(nr*iJEiii itojiJi^v. Nauck reads f^vSt mptoptvo) t(j;>'iji'. 

TtirJJj' ^e^ai.ov\ Plat. Phil. 62. ^i^caov — i%t^r. 

621. I, e. '/ will not be false to you.' Qu. ou roi fiij OfaXw zi ooi note. 
Or ov Ti /»^ 0(paX^ 'v rou'rotg note. Cf Eur. Iph. A. 384. eTt' iyd SCkijv 
S5) aav udXiSv, o t^r) Btpix7.s£i\ Suppl. -303. atpaXXsi yag iv rovtia liorm. 

632. IBS ?J!«t] 'Just as it is,' 

623. Cf. 1232. ov3iv ^ Xiym. 

Cf. 494. a z avxl StaQiav dra(>c( x&'h itQo<;agii6iiai. 687. In both wliicli 
passages a covert allusion seems to be made to the application of the 
fatal medicated garment. 

Cf. Eiir. Iph. T. St3. aq' av tI :iai ffyiiriHiig av lyit S-flai; 


Glill. Cr. Kl. GaO. KclatjixujiijP njid^ merit y-ui ru nitv ^.yi;Oiu. 

G28. jteood'syfiKt'] 'Ueceplion.' Sclnil: lijiotfo);!!^, Cf. a33. /Tyuodfj'fiii, 
a.c!eocdJiig to Ileniuinn, occurs iin wliero elsu. Hi' reaJs xgoarp&iyjiaT' 

qD^Ims] 'In a friendly manner.'' Scliol: fiXoifgoviiiq. Arlst. PI. 380. 

620. Eur. PiKcn. 1393. u Saficit' f/o()Mou'otir* OiSinov xiSr —; XO. 
0)01 it8a%Qveal y — . 

G30. zl Siji' — ;j 'Whul else henilns s/iould i/uii xni/?' Or. 'H'//j/ slmidil 
i/O'i lay ouyht else 'f ' 

631. Ifyots «* A. B. K. L. Ji'joig (oiii. av) T. Qn. ji^ iiydo&i ful 
rys — . Or (uj xqoi ev (paivss —■ Cf. Arist. Tli. 380. neQi^ov tvv 
tovSs iiQinov Ttglv Isytiv. 

633. zaiitt»Bv] 'The feeling in that giinrUr', i.-e. uf Ilcrcvilus. Cl. ;!I5. 
yEvvfifia tmi' i«e£9iv. Enr. Hec. 719. Ta«si&fv ya^ su \ nenQayjitp' 
s'oi^j'. Med. 1000. ttQ-qvrt Si ranstd'ev ti-nvois. 

634. These liot baths were sitnatod close to tho pnsa ;ind nlsu lu'iii' 
fi) the sea (itaga pijj'fifi'i ^alncaije, Pisnitd.), 

635. "Inter SsftaK lourgn ct jidyooe.'" Dinil. Wliieli is luirdly sutisfiiclur.v. 

637. x^voalanazov t' a*tav Ho'jors] I woiilil correct x^vcala-tBToi' 
— . Apollon. Khoil. I. 671, 'Aqtljliv, Jj KSivag imoiritfs alas aaqril-nfavt | 
gnojiivTl ho;!. yarHH 'jiaiit^do:. 

638. Dindort explains Ttliovzai ' eeUbranlur.' V Monk, iid Aic. 45'J. 

640 Kaii.i§oas\ Porraod as o|i.poae mokkuPous («^oPo'ks, fiEXiPoK-;. 

641 'Alt tibiain iia reversitiam Lbbe non ftinelires nonus, vcliit IFor- 
(. iIl. mortuo odentem ^fd Inetos ct bjmnis dLurnm piteaniLiisque roii- 
iiiiciittB Muigr Ejiaviiatv icftji-. tu the return of Hercules. 

613 Cf 8IjG <E1 C 1600 i4 — rizuvai ktiwos 

044 Cl 19 o Kltivog tiX9'< Zrivog Alufitivijg is jtoii's. 513. -ql^i 
Jiatg Jlos Sre i^ra Zjji-os — Jtats 826 to Jtos aurdjiaiSi. Eur. 
[ n 196 o Jtos jr«(S Qii ■ilJjiftjjj'O'i is kou | pog coiiiai navt — . Or 
AHiiriVtts I* Kogofi I ^pjisi (7jO oi eloiv) naeaq — Cf. .^ach. Sojit. 147, 
Aaxoysvis liOQu Jiog Neae and Kermanu ini ilicioiisJj- inurk a unjiiiiia 
ittcr JiOi and also hoqos 

b46 For OfVTcu perhub fpjrsi or e-cftxtt oi iiatv. Cf. areiiTO, iir. 

bir 111 otHovs] Qu ^s ofxous, IS. m Ph 311 (Ed. R. 320. 1010. 

b48 Dindorf corrects navta wilh anonxoXiv 

6jO As he 1 ad bt.t off by sea ami tl e coiirsi, t his iidventnrus miglif 
not be geoBrally known be inigbt well bi, b] ukcn ol is TitXayioq. 

G61 Qu To:ila[vai' £;] i^fipoioa v-agSiav Or inlufVa £^ ciffoucK 
Ka^Sia It IS improbable tliat '>ophocles should haie nrittcn xaXaivtxv 
SxataXaiva together 

b53 bchol I'll r 3 Agrii, o Tqoq lov Eufiixov CJn vtv{orerfit)eT^m^nli. 

654 Cf Eur Hec 164 Ivngixv ruttgav Qi Imiiovov laTQsierv, as 
in V 830 KOJL, yag av — tx i^iiTiovov f%oi laxgnat ; 

65f Incert ap Dioj Hal de Comp V p 227 oi S' inBiyovxo nlm 
tai't KJTjji'ijct xaX'itp.^olois 

661 TCs 7isi9ovs aytuaxQia oonj Sclineid Uindorf too observes that 
some nona Bubstantive is requirtd which he thinks may lie concealed in 
itayxqlazat Hermann sb^nrUy txplaiu* Tcava/itgog avyKQU^slg 'in mime 
lentpus cuacihatus and gives co: (to t gree nith tvhat? with ■Jtgoepaant'f). 
Qu tat itei%ovq xginzia TtiTcXra aovtatgls &c As K^FuttGiqv avxtvog Aiif. 
12'1 Cf 075 Eur Mel ro2 kijuot to S^anotv , in ^fioi xe^t'f'*"' x6 
|coi' Irpeiijg, 'iitQip ;fp('0(fo , (rqii'Hroi' Of'eroj'. Arisf. Fr. 231, Eiitfii 


.lAfuus 'iiv fiiliTi KtjKJicjitJ'oy. Till' tsiiillnl. TttiyxQ^arbi , siiil.nblu .'m)!!!;!! 
iis useil uf a foliiuJy (ipatfjUiKov) , is cvidyi!tl,y nut siiil.iilile its tiiiplK'il to 
tliu siiiGnml lEExito;. 

662. inl Ttgoipaait ipugavg H;in]jt. llerm. Qu, ajto iigo<paanas (cf. uii 
V. str. 654). Or jtsnla mjOfdvau ^rjQos (or aeoqiiii'tra fl-ijeos). Cf. 1163, 
TE^uqiavTOi' (n^dqiaioi' K.). "Etiam nlin liujuismodi deriviita verb! ipaiviif 
ill (lerivulii vcrbi tpavtti passiin alj librariis eorrupU sunt, lit inqiaetug pru 
^Mqiai'Otac scriptnnt est ap. Ilerotl. VT. ISO. In nliis nonnnllis scrlptorus 
ipsi lias f'orinns perniut»ruat, cujnsuimli ost qnod IjKpacis pi'u ^littpavaig 
ilix(!riiiit, nun constitcrunt veru sibi in adjectivo, qiioil modu {fiqiavTitios 
uiodo {jitpaii«tis Bcriptum, libris non r;iro utramquu foniiani iino uodoiii- 
qno in loi-o praobentibns." (Diud.) 

603. Nam-k witliotit reaKon Biiapcetb jtiQatriga , propusiiig aiQa 

G67. Cf. Ant. 696. naHiai' aji' i'syav ivHltterareti' (p&ivd. Enr. Tru. 

i*(r«S ^Qvyiov, 219. oi 8' c^ ^cui<nj Jiotfos | tfuCjiJdKJ' imijliaFro. 

668. Cf. 876, ov Si} jtW ras ©aBOtica; Ilesiwl. Tlioog. 93. loiij rm 
Movaianr itg^ Soetg av^etSnoietv. 

GG9, I. q. (OKIE ounot" a* toj ■aagaiveilai.[ti. Cf, CEd. R. 374. (itiis 

672. Qu. oiot, ))»' ippKflia, | yvvuixts, vjiag %aviiB Xaji§avnv fiiya 
Or — -oiitv ^avji' av^lxtarov (or ^aoinxTtav nigcc, Biiccli. 607. Uoi' 
714.) Smttiv. Or — olov ly/asaiv — iJjU.ti' ^cujt' avflnictov iia&fiv. I 
have given wbal is at leabt an intelligible reading of tliis ub'^i'iiri' \n\s- 
iiagc. I ratlicr snepcrt ftccS'sip. 

073. Eur. Ale. 1126 »ahii' uviXTciCTov roSf. Ion, 1142, ^avuat 
av9q(i>!ioig oqav. 

C74f. Eur. Mtd. 7^7, Manrrp Xapovcti ndn.uoj' uiifi&ij jpot, | hukojs 

675. I liave retaiiiuA tbu eommon reading, tliuiigli I do not bulii'vi- 
tbnt the last sj-lLiblc in aQyijti eaa auffur elision. The rcu<liiig of the 
urns, seems to point to agy^s olog fviQo, noittp. (So Find. 01. 13, 99 
ravQOv BQyttVTa.) Cf. .^seb. Ag 1490. fujlim; — sunoHOie vop.fvfiaatv. 

678. Naiick »,uspeets Mat ip^ jibt' aHQUg OTciXiiSog. Qn. Mci tp^ntov 
iixijav is z^o*'. Or Mcl i^)jj;*tcii nav ig z&oi''. Or xcl ipijUTOv skqsi 
'g croyoVcs (or 's ou9ae) Or jifti ^eC xmaiprixoiitvov. Eustathius twice 
cites ij!^ kut' Skqcis ajtilaSog (p, 761,52. 1071, 9.), in both places writ 
iiig ip^, and comparing Kvri, tVr ^ZS'I"- Cf. Phot, p. 655, 12. Wo: lit'i 
lou aeiTiQov &c. Compare also oijirro, atmgos, UK&poj, &c, Qn. K«i fft'. 

El. 894. BoIiBj'ijs ^1 uKQag. Eur, Or. 116. l« bkqov ijiOfiffTOs. 

079. Perhaps ^laeaov iiirfvSi Xayav, Seu on (Ed, E. 1301. lint if, 
Tr. 324. nqovipiqiKv ovt' il«eaov' ovre nei^ova. El. 377, ft -iS>vSi j(oi 
fitltov zi Xi^ng. 

680. o #^e — J^JHTKweofi] Ct, 1162. o fl'ije Affutaueog. 

CS2. Cf. xeiiTpoftai 474. 

687. Compare aQtl*oXlog 768. 
npfidcutfit] Cf. 494. G23. 

688. Ma<!\\. Ag. S.'j. q;ae(t«ccO(iii'i/ (Iuiih.Vl,-) xe'!<"-">S (;re'V'"'"'' 
.■il.) ayroii I 7iEl((»fii (nijo&fj' jiiiijiln'oi 


:5(l4 ADJiENIiA. 

089. Cf. Fr, 823. >', -/.ar oWov i-sv.fiQv<i.^iv,i. hc/r' o/v.o^ n <A tri' 
qiient occtirronte. Heliiisoetli jiroposes ro*' f'H xht' oiy.ue 
Cf. G74. 01 yup Tov ivSvrrjQd kixXov aQitrog j ^'x^iov. &r.. 

690. Xa%vriv] I. q^. watay/ia 696, jio'moi' fi7.^. 

S92. aeittQ} Perhaps mjicQ. Cf. 241. 

693. Cf. El. 1466. nQoeeiSov — (paoitaTa. Eur. Ion. 1395. li S^ra 
rpaoii-a icS* arslntazwv oQa; Or. 869. opio d afj.jiioi' ipaaji , o fti/jiof' 
raqoeZov. Qii. fl-aJifiB *£'eKO(io:i. Cf. S73. ftarji' offljiiOTOji (/.a&tiv. Ion, 
1142. #avf(ar av^jitaicai; opav. 

Cf. (Ed. R. 792. yivos atlr)TOv — osar. Ph. 817, svSitiiKrii Xivamiv. 

095. Kaxayna here means simply 'a piece of wool,' i. ij. Ihjii'ij iiwiioi^ 
G90, jeoHoe 675. 

696. Qu. z'ov niitlov q> jrpoSjeioi'. The omission of the oLject be- 
smeared is, as Wiinder remarks, suspicious; as is nlso the addition of 
i^S before otog. 

Wunder anapects ts (lEffijji rploya said of the sun without the addi- 
tion of -^XCov. This difflcalty might be remove; ■ v reading av.ztvii &' iiX. 

697. Cf. 685, Ant. 100. Ear. Hec. 412. tos»u jtot' av»iq — axxlva 

Kuxlov % '^X{0V ICQOaoillOflCll, 

698. Cf. Fr. 713. ^aliv SiagQtt xcjii (kos to?) fujSiv ^pX^tiii. 
Nieand. Ther. 898. ooa jinv'i'ijs ] oCvav^tjs pQva liv-nii xartstpi^x"'"'' ^l~ 

699. Cf. 112, MOi' BXttiiavTOi — BoQ^a iis MiSuai' — I^Sr/ (tSoi lUu 

Trag. Inc. Fr. 66. W, xqutos f| aKgou | Stti/iiv yia&til^ nqiov' fi,> 
aKgotij icoSas. 

700. Neither tlepXinHv nor lp.pxi^iiv occurs in Soph, 

701. "09si> equivalent to ijTtii&si' o&( (ojion). If jk yjjs liad not 
]>rceeded, o&tv would be intelligible enough; but, as it does, I STisjiect 
ivc should read o9i or oicov. 

704. In note for ntijyj/ correct Jrjjyi). 

706. Eur. El, 426. iv loi's lOio^iois ^' 17*1)1' av yvmiiTjg Tciua. 
707 — 8. Wanting in B. Cf. 568. h&v^aiiav S' 6 *i]e ] toaoitov f.'jrf. 
The correction dfil to5 OyijUKiiv Is wortliy of consideration. 
712 f. Theae lines are suspected by Nauck. 

714. ^sch. Fr. 123. vXtjyivt' cTpffiKcoi logmaj tov aiTor. Eur. Rhcs, 
,S]2. arQii-Krtav ro^o-cat, 

715. Qu. zaTifg av S-iyr/ [ ip&ivovza (or ■O'vijomohb) ^. Or jmo' iit 
nQoe^iyjl — . Ct. Eur, Meil, 786. Kaxas oXiirii jras ^' os av 9iyy no 
pijS, Or thus: Xiiqiaiia mjji^PB^ ti jjotjue ac S'l'y?? I <p9fiQfiv ra — ■. 

716. Hermann explains: ''ei ilia sagitta (sub. rov dzgaKtov) atrum 
sanguinis vims per vulniis transfusum quoniodo non Herculem quoquo 
perdet?" So also Schn. Dind. The concurrence in the same sentence of 
zov3f oSc and tovSi, applied to different objects, is observable. 

717. ibg atiiatovg jtilas] I. e. log (itl^yioios 573. Hermann objects 
to atnazovg, bnt I think log al/iatovs is a far better reading than tog 
iitiiatos , which latter however may perhaps be defended by atfmiog aqics- 
y^v jEsch. Ag. 1389. Qu. arpaytov SitX9<<)v 9t]^oe lis titfiuTovg (gl. 
Iihae). Cf. Ovid. Met. IX. 154, 'imbutam Nesseo sanguine vesleiii.' 173. 'cir- 
rvleasgue fluU tolo lie corpore sudor.* 

718. Plat. Ep. Vir. 328 B. ziiv S' Ifiijp 36^av — uxs ipofing. 
469 C. Kttzd yi ttjv l/i^v So^av. 


Ar)?-)i;.vr>A, :!i(:) 

lii). &•• fiiCi i)9^ii (X,.n. An. 111. 2. S).), a«n (it'as oQiiiii iThiif. VII. 
71., uif/ civ oef»3 (i'lieucr. XXV. 251.), &c. 

7-2l'. Kill-. Pi'riUi. Fr. VUl. ovxohv ro fi^ g-^v M^ftooov f'lTi:' _i; sJ> 
vMaiag. U\. 9avaiv S' av tti] (i«lio» fUTV%£Oi£ffas | ij Jw ' to yap S^^v 
XfitiBOov lat' ^ Jjjv naKWS. On tlm contrary Eiir. Ijili. A. 1241. Huiieus 

723. ^eya tfj^v'] Cf. 70G. opw SS (i' fpyor tfdfoi' ^IsipyaCfisi'ijJ'. 

720. Omit in nott- tlie words "I read Jtpo|ei'or."_ Cf. Eiir^ Hec. ^70^ 
o5t' tlniSos yoQ ooze zov do^ijg opm | &«'{njoe nap' ^fit>, tus not' m 
npalat (is j^pij. ^scli. Ag. 994. ov to roiti' ?];ow ll7i£Soq ^ikov ■^etfeos. 

728. Plut. Num. p. 77 C. tov fifv AvxovQfov ntni^QOvg Mni ogy^aas 
rv/iiptvovzos. As Sopliocles could easily have written jiSTistgos, IK -~^ 
or uSTrfip' fofl-', jjs — , it seems very improbable that he should have 
jireferred xiTtliQa, rqs — • Cf. -Esch. Ag. 1365. atnaitiQa yag aOiQU 
trjs tvQavviSog. 

731. 1 am not fully aatisfiec! that iqovov is not the true reading. Cf. 
249. TOV fi^K TcXttatov {xeovon). Aj. 311, nai tov iiiv ijoio itlciatov 
uf^oyyos xqivov. Pli, 84. zhv Xomov zqovov. 1114. tov leov xqovov. 
..^iscli. From. 447. lof fiaxpop ^govov. Ag, 607. ig to* nolor — %g6vov. 

734. I suspect that the true reading is, tog av 'ft XQiav a' l^ovlii- 
jiiji'. The usual phrase is tv tgtc5*, not fv Ix ifiKOj', Cf. Aj. 88, ^&t~ 
lov 8' av htog av i-t.jffj/. (Ed. H, 1348. Ph. 1239. 

788. Qn. jreos ti Si BTvyets iai; 

742. Cf. Eur. Or. 1031. Q-avovfteS-' ■ onx "'O" tj lit] (read fi^ ov] 

743. Add jEsch. Eum. 329. lairj Ta3' h' Vl^'v Iwpui'&iJ. Sujtpl. afi, 
tl xQav9^ -TtQayiia ziXitov. Eur. Or. 102.'!. av — ezig^ug za %Qav%-ivz' ; 
'I'lie correction it.Qav^sv is very probable; but, as rpav'tlv also yields ;i 
g'ood sense, I have not ventured to alter the common reading. We find 
tlie aoriat lipav^i^v (Ed. R. 525. 1485. ^seh. Pera. 25(i. Eur. Here. 804. 

74G. Herod. H, 148. tk y.iv avzol d-fjijoajuvoi liyojisv , za Si l6- 
yomt i7ivv9avoit,f&a. 

748. So 9cl7iis for ^ileig L. in 333. Perhaps inaeXaSti- Cf. on 17. 

750. The construction of the passage is noticed by the Sc:1ioliast :is 

752. Cf. 237. a«t>j zig laz' Evfioilg, fv&' OQ^StzM \ ^mjiovg T^tj t' 
tyKapna KT}va{ra dti. 

764. Philost'ratus also (p. 257.) has ^mjiovg ogi^siv. Cf. Eur. llec. 10. 
tvi — opiOfmiB. 

Eur. Andr. 1069. (iJiia <fvlXaSag Ua^vriaaias \ xaidiv/iaz' . 

755. "Ii/clus ob deaiderium (tandem aliquando expletum)." Sclai. 

757. ax ot^cav} I. o. from Trachis. 

o^KBios] He is called d ^ivog above 531. According to the Scholiast 
Lichus was said to have been evvzqoepog Tiiog; according fo others {y. 
Sehol. Apoll. Rhod, I. 1212.) he was his educator. ShouliI we read Lcro 
fKsd' ^Ivog Aixixg"! 

762. TiqoGiiyi] Led to the altar. 

764. KffltijtJiiio] Cf. Aj. 492. (Ed. K. 246. (Ed. C, 1576. In whidi 
passages however an infinitive is added. Kaz^arzo, as proposed by Mei- 
neke, would require, if I nitstahe not, the addition of some genitive, as 
tov hgeinv. Cf. Eur. Ipli. T, 40, xazagx"!"'' /'^"t aipoyia S' alXoieiv 
/iflst. Phten. 582. KCmig^si 9»(i.dta>v. fii.m. Od. y ', 44.'.. 


764, Stai. Thub. XI. "Jae. <olii Oiceplii lameu Ubitla-iai- lUio-ii /ere/'iil.' 

766. qsiol uifitizrj(/iil Cf. Aiit, ]02iJ. (UjtitW 9)ioy«, 

767. jreoeroruoefitK TtAt rem'aii' — ] Cf. 833. 837. 105a. Ovid, Mot. 
IX. 168. 'aul hitret membris /riislra leiUaia reiielli, [ aul iaceros arlut ■•( 
tjrandia delegit ossu.' 

768. '^pit'KolAos Ttii-covos could hardly bo said, though aQtixQ^atOi; 
zixxovog might (aa 'Eqivvoiv vtpavtov a/iqii^lriiftQOv 1051.). 1 hare tbere- 
fore given tag ix TfKtovos, vtliicli might easily hnvo been corrupteil iniu 
toots zixtovog. 

Cf. Aj. 998. n^eia yuQ cov ^a^ig, los 9eou iti^os l^fnT' v. Tiros'.'] 
Siijk& Jxalovs ^avzag. 

769. Anav Kax aod'gov after nXlvQaCmv seems superfluoiiu. Qti. j);i- 
itav , anavTOL z' agOg ieiil^sv [or some other verb) oaziiav | aSayjios 
avxianaatos. Cf. Ph. 1208, n^ttr' «no Jiavza tial ag^ga lifio) X^Q'- 

770. For dSayiiog qu. aitaqayiiog. Cf. 1254. nglv i^nfOtCv \ cnagay- 
(lov Ti ziv' oTazgov. Unlessi indeed we read there aSay/iov, We fim! tlui 
form otfajsij' Fr, 708. ucrQdiav taSayiiivos. 

771. Eur. Ion. 1024. Sgavovztav iog. Ovid. Mel, IX. 158. 'Lerna-a- 
virus EcMdnm.' 

All tliat we can infer from v, 934 is that H,v!lus leai-nt that liia mo- 
ther used the haneful medicament unconseious if its fatal ilwraelei: Tliere 
in g 

m if es ed re H dr 

I^Kg^o g ipXc^ idatftTo ■jvk&oi^, Iii.II, wxiia St vif fko^Kiirtdaieazo. 
.^sdi, Cho, 280, Bypto; yvaS-oig \ ^ti^ wtns i^ia&ovras ag%aCav ipvaiv. 

772. Cf. (Ed. R. 802. tgvitliis ] oi' ijv v.eUiHoo — Jiilag, \ ivzaiQd 
fioi — ^vvtjvtia^ov. 720. 

773. zov ovSev ahtov tov tsov yiav-ov] 'Him tc/io /iiid no sliate in yum- 
evil desiyii.' But I would read tovzov for tO" aoo. 

775. Cf. tEd. C. 1580. U^ag OiSCnovv olaloza. "Ov miglit easilj- 
have slipC out after aov, and the article have been foisted in to prop up 
the metre. If the commOQ rending be right, we must supply iviyniiv 
from the preceding ivey«oi, for the wui'ds cannot mean, as tliey stand, 
Vie taid il wa.1 your gift alone.' Cf, on (Ed, C, 1210, 

779. ae*eiw] So, itoSog. Cf. Pli. 1202. ^,uou jio*os agd-gov. ffid. R, 
718. ag»ga — naSolv. 1032. noS&v — ag^ga. 

781. Cf. Arist. EccL 818. (tfot^i' aji^go; zi\v yvd%ov j;ciKi»i' i%f>sv. 
Ear. Phten, 1199. jk dj KltjiaiiiBV | hoifKiiSov&zo fingii aXXi\Xiiiv liiXij , 
KOficti niv sCg "OXvuTiov, aifta S' h x»6vc/. Graff conj; ^oXy — Stag- 
gccylvzos alfntzoarKyovg. 


AiiDi:MiA :;(i7 

78-2. For 9' ofior cf. did, R. 127S. ali.' ojxov iteXu^ | nufJyos x<<'-''- 
;>jS Kffiaroff r" iTtyyiTo. 1495. El. GfiT. Aj. 1079, 

783. JJsch. Fr. 1R4 H. wcikv' fjrsuqjijfiijee)'. 

784. 101- jiEK refers to Herciilos, loti iVt to Lichas. Cf, 960— i, 
786. Horn. Od, II, 598. jzsSovSe livUvSfta Xaag avatSri^. 

788. The Loeri Epicnemidii nre meant. The distance from tlic Ce- 
iiiean iiroraontoiy, the nearest point of Kiibosn, to llie heights of tlie Locrl, 
ivouhl be about twenty English miles. 

Above 752. E^^oi'hs k-aqov | Krivcanv. In text lor Ei^oiijs eofreiM 

792. So Ear. Ph, 75. x^doj 'AS&aaxav la^aiv. 

798. ''Cf. Fr. 868. ^avuvii meiVoi ovvftavtiv igtas ft' f;[S(. Eur. Ph. 
1283. 9avovtsi S' aotois cEv&avovna yteiaoftai. Snppl. 1007. avvSv^eiifiv 
^vr/axovei ifHois." .SVAn. 

799. Cf. 1254. MS — k Jiv^av (if ffffE, AJ. 1110. zovSe S' — Sg 
za^ag f'y''' *ij'aoi- Hermann explains pis^rs 'depone.' If we read fitfl'es, 
the position of (is is rather awkward. Cf. <Ed, E. 1412. utilvJpaz' ^v^ii 

JlljjTOT sleoyitn^' ETI. 

800. "Differunt Ii^l^c sie iit Srco. 
videal, oicov fie ovtig o-ipszat ubi r. 
Qu. Smoufi£fi(i T(s o^jtoit Pporov 
•ili]it out before the following tl b' , 
lo (ill up the metie. 

806. Cf. 305. tqfldi ye gejoijs i 
11. 1046. Jj KKtti' *ii ^Stv: Nauek proposes 9vqa%ovt' ieoi^ita^' . 

809. Perliaps ^jrfu'jffljiat '/ impi-ecule' means something stronger thirn 
Ihe mere wish that is conveyed in the words toi' es iro/vtftos &e. 

810. Cf Enr. Hoc. 825. Kvtiqiv ^qo^aXXsiv. Herm: 'guoaiam iu mild 
lioi- fas oblaUsU (Herculem necans). h. e. dedisti ut hoc fas esset.' Trans- 
late: since yoii have hold out to me the right, i. e. have made it lawful for 
me to uttei' this imprecation. I incline however lo the correction rill's' 
^Qiv, i. e, 'since you have IhrowH out lo me (have challenged me to) this 
dispute. ' 

815. I. e. Inovfeafii (Arist. Th. 1226). 

817. Cf. 1065. xal filj z6 (ujipoj o»0(Uk xgee^fvayg Tcliov. Eur. Tro. 
1233. zlriiiiov laTQc^ ovop, ^xovaa, ta^yu S oo. 

Eur. Hec. 487. <u ZiS, ft li^iOi KoztQa c a.v^'Qiinovg o^av , \ ri 86- 
^av ttlitoq z^vSe HHt^o&ai liazr/V ] ipivS^, AoKovvzag Sat^oviav icvai 
yivog — ; Eur. Fr. 362, 27. -csKva | ^i] ax^fitz' allmg Sv jiokei itiep-o- 
v,ota. For ojmoj' qu. adfiiioi'. 

Add Aj. 860. icatifmov iaxias pB&goj). .\nt. 794. vsittog ai-SgAv ^vv- 
ai/iov. El. 1390. lovfioi' <pqtvaiv ovciqov. 

821. fQTCSzet i«^eoiiiraJ Eur. Ale, 829. xaiQatv i*'. Med. 76*. X'^^Q'^'" 
xOQtvov. Both x^'^o^f" and zsqtIiiv are uttered with bitter irony. Cf. 
Eur, Phoin. 618, nf/zfg, allii jiot av jlaipf. lO. jfKpcn yoyii ndaxa. 

For az^Ofii write azQoipij ti'. 

Schol: d j;oeos npoe dlXrilag Sialiyizai tciqI iou S^doiiivov uaf- 

fic {11} zig oipitai sit uM nemo rae 
mo me videbil." Dind. Cf. on 676. 
:i (or nozi). 'Ett might easily have 
ind the gloss Ivt:(iv9 have slipt in 

Ph. 413. 

,y Google 

XQO(ii(ii^tv. But i;f', O'l. ('. 6it7. /] jiii'/M tfi; jit<pttTa &iaipa9' fMiitu. 

S22, Till-! unmli^ is ciillod xaivit jiavitiit 11S6, ami is o|iposeil toCg jtk'Iui. 

32!. Cf. It.'j'J. ^ fiDi iKi:. d§UB-; jgoi'oi t(o Jmvri — ?g>aaxi fio'n&ioi' 
IMP ^gijotiuiow .'f(oi i iuffii' TSitffffl-ai. 169. ioibSt' iVy^S^ ( 
&■;. Kill-. Or. 323. TQlmoSo^ cmo cpiiziv , av 6 *o((JOs f^KKt, ae^Hfii !■",■. 
Ilaoeli. 1331. jgJja/ios oJfi Xiyii Jio^. In Herodotus, o xvi^t*"? ^tyn 
thSc. In fiiTour of k t' cf. (Ed. C. 1424. OQuq zii zowS' ovv as 4- oy 
tfop t^rpiqfi I (iKfiTCiijiilfl"'. OS (aot. a) aqimv Saratov e| ct.uqios'i' [vvtoip'.'j 
9^01^; Qu. OS ^'iajiJ {sc, &£0e).^ 

8'25. Ear. Ipli. T. 92. aji^voae ^^eif itovtav. Scliol; -cuit avovaxiif 
y tvia&ai zav jiovtov lu 'llgarcltt. Who would seem to have read jrdltiv. 

82C. Qu. rm iitoj avTov (ror «(ioi''i') iii». Or roJ Ki)0viS<!0 (;;1. 
J(os) -nvi-St. I do not see the force of avionaiSi ]iere. Il'irciiln.-i l^ 
usually called simply iiais 'li^Qi ot the like. 

828. Eur. Phoon. 309. ^ «oit ezivovm. 

831. Find. N. IX. 89. qjoVoii KeqJtlHV. 

833. Cf. 768. T^QoeTtxvemtui jtltvgaiaiv BpitKOiios jiiui' ciirur' 
UQ9-Q0V. Eur, .4ndr. 1137. o'|t;&i;«ito jrlsvQct tpaayava iipjifiV. 

834. Eur. Pliwii. 658. BpoVoj' iv&a zf/.iio (iiiiije. 

If Soph, had intended to repoat the narai: vi.-rh, iie woiihl dmihtlcHK 
haVQ written either ov t*keto (sc. jiiv) #apttiofi, icKfio J' — , or oi' 
?i£xs fl-avKTOs, ?T£Ke d'— . But neitiier of these siiita the metre, whidi 
shonld be w, -,^„„,^_,w_, — (as in 824. 825. 8.55.). There- 
fore Lobe^^k'B eorroction tt^iq>f seems right.^ Cf. Eur. Pli«..i. ir.'fZ- il<vx9«r 
Xoifiitv qiov^ttv, av tlat AiSa^, taaaas S ^gi)S. 

835. Qii. ntos otS av tti gjcos txfQov ijJi'oy Sltjtoi, Cf. Aiif. 8(lil, 
viarov q>fyyoi Isveaovaav afi,{ov. Or ?rms oS tc f'S" ttJeoi' bjik^i i} 
10 vur i^Soi. Or x£; It av ae!.iov &e. The pronoun oS aeein^ '^njH'r- 
fluous after the preceding otps. The fnrin a^iios occurs again Ant. 100, 
809. We cannot with Sohiieid. understand av hefore ta*5* (ij ov ravfijil. 
Cf. Ant. 1333. ontag fiij-ntr' aauQ' akl' tlaiSm. <Ed. R. 831. (i^ d^i' — 
tSoifii -tavrrjv riiiiQav. Kl. 380. fv9a fiij iao&' ^Wov \ ipiyyoi HQoaotlrn. 
Pli. AGS. OS y' riXCoi' x6S' tleopav Ifiol qiaos \ /lovos SiSamts. 

837. Schol: jrpoOKtKoUJjjiit^og ito Im tqs iApas. Cf. Ear. Or. 31. 
uyqia avvtaKslg voam. Schol. on 7G8. (og av — itqoaiiri xgia&tCaa, V.,t 
Sq K t e*e f 1 I S I i pp 

838 D d f J t I (t t f 1 q t n 1 1 

I d tl the m f th Hyd !d th p p ty I 

lied *e s I f» ■\^ qui i 1 

\ ( \ ipa y, h byqifi 3 508 1 ht dl dp e qi 

ght b A p t p ph tl \\ Sq I a 

Id b t bl h t t tl h 1 I 1 tl p 

f IHdtltH Iht dwlldb ■»■?/ 

11 b ed h tl t th ddi t I 74 P I 1 

I f th aaf t t n ^ 

W had fi -i M ^ pt 39 fifi yd ; N d If I 

8il9 Tl w d a- ar pi d p rat 1 L 

Cf 621 n anta I Jilqyfi Ct %i2 S I ) 

850 * I ~ Q fl'ije I tfQ y — 11 1! (> 1 

I 1 I I 1 r (1 


Ini^iiiavTa , iiiat«;ul of' Ht'lcr qjan/icii, because of Uio tturibitiri' irii'liL-li'. 
(Iff ami (Jf, ivliicli taiiiiot bo iletticliod from onf fiiiothti-. 

SI:;. Cr. S42. jif^dhiv — pld§rtv. 

S4y. Eur. riiceii. 353. yantoy fJiaKxhv avav. Oviil. Jdi, l.\. 111, 
' i'eiicrhque nova' pericrrita fama if-c' 

844. Ti^aiSt^uXtv] Cf. 580. Tieoapcclova oaa \ frav nfinos dnt. IIHS. 
STs'syjifia yap #OKo5ira n^oa^aXf.iv ai&tv | awijf»5r3,«];'. ois jipoOfsiVs tors- 
f'pii'op (iieDtiffV) ynftous. 

Hermann explains 'alirimde cogailam perniciem'' (sc. ab Ilyllo). 

846. Eur. Pimm. 380. rj nov axivovai tl-^fiovui ipvytii lititg. 

847. Eur. Hel. Iii05. xkfQO'S ''f i^f^T^'S fta-AQvet t^v iiagijtA'fi, 
SiS.'Axvi], like nKT^, aKiis, &c., iVuui Hyj'iii'af 'lo break.' 

849. Ct Eur. Or. 849. otjitoi, ^ipooJji&fi' fAjilj, ijv tpo^nvjiivit -- f|,'- 
rj^KOfiijw yooij. 

S50. (Ed. E. 713. ras curot Fgoi fioseo: wpos ^raiSog S-avtCr. F.iir, 
Or. 967. o>g jrap' fijifdaj /loi^a ^aivst. 

851, a d' eQXO(ifva liotQK — ] 'And the impcndhij/ event /loiiilx lo (liu- 
lukens) a treacherous and terrible calamity.' 

853. Plut. Mar. 19, o jjiopos Qijyvvai. Tzi^yKg, 

a5B, For the gen, drageioiv after iiciiiolrv tf. El. 908, fiij ron lo'rt' 
iiyXaWua ^Xijv Mt^voti fioAet'ii. Qit. avaQOtOJ', to agreo with jtd&oe- <'!'. 
i!41, ouM nFceo/ar — jtuvaxar. Heroil, V, 89. niTtov^oras Jigog Jtytf^- 
reav avdgaia, IX. 37. mg Tceiiov^ozd nolla »«i Bvcpfftn in itnzov, 

854, The poetic word vtliaQ 'n son'' oeecurs Eur. Andr, 1033. 

850. " Kslaivijv vocat Idyxijji propter fimestum belli iBtiiia eventuin." 
/term. In the Hercules Furens the how is tlie weapon with which tlio 
liero is represented as having taken CEchalia. 

loyx" — SoQos] Bacohyl. Pr. 12. fyj;(a Xoyx'"''"- 

857. Perhaps we should read, li zavSf &oa vvjtqiav (wqciv) | rati' 
iijaytg ulxsivag \ an 0^];orAt«s Jrlni^t. Or a zavS' olaav vv(trpnv — ni - 
Xji^- Aeeordinij to which arrangement the syllable srou will be long in 
vv. 846 — 7. Or a tot oloav vvfiqiav ('the fatal damsel') &e. 

859. K'ZfiK] Herod. V. 94, Slynov, to itli TJeiaicTQaxog alxiiji- 

8G0. Similarly Pind. I'r. 87, 1. afiqitn'oloi. UstQovg. Hence ajirpi 
noKtiv ztvi <E<1. C. 080. 

861. Perhaps avnvSog i-ofcrs to Hercules' clandostine lore of lulo. 

862. TfovS' iifivr] wptJaTtog] Cf. 251. Ztvg ozov jE^nHtiup ipav^. 

863. Before this line some explanation of the Nurse, as she rushett 
Irum the house, siieb as l<o jioC (loi in El. 77. Aj. 974, appears tu liaiu 
lilipt ont, as Meineke remarkg. 

866. Cf. ffid. C. 150O. it's «u lap' v(i,av moivog i}%si:tiii %ivnot-, \ aa 
rnrig fifv avrmv, {jitpav^g Si lov ^ivov; EI. 17. lAu mvii qiSey/iat' 
oevi9iov nag^ij. Qu, xcd (liyav. Eur. Med. 1145. ijiidi aXalvy^g jiiynv 
nioKVTov. Phil, 419. aXXit xttl fify« Qdllovtig tiei. 

.Escb. Prom. 661, aloloazoiiovg jpijefioug aaTJjioits. 
Qu. dlajiQ8n^ (Eur. Or, 1490). Or rather xal niyav. Aj, 8,il, iitynv 
Konvtov. Enr. Med. 1173. nutv — fiiyav jtentvrov. 

867. Enr. Tro, 889. Bvxttg ag httivtaag ■frtmv. Pir. Fr. 6, 2. nnxie 
tof*' litaiviafv loyov. .^Isch. Ag. 1041. Cho. 485. 

873. Nanck with some reason suspects Kwirowotij^fi. Should we read 
natvov fv Softoig? Or ];*'?'"rOijjfl'(V (891. j;sipOTOif('ra( triSt). 


878, Perhapa liere too we should rem! to 6vatiiXaiva. i\s h\ tlie !-\ii\i\ni 
jmssagc (m. R. lasc. 

87(1. Qn. cjfTJCii) yt Ttpos t^v tiph^'p. Or axtiiiiozdriij/ ys apii^ii. 
Or ffjtrit'ni' iTCQaif 'jtQa^iv. Fov n^c^ir i-l', 152. -^94. Aj. T9i>. TOJ. Ant. ISO."-. 

Eur. Hee, G89, cift ^09^ ^i^nfOists; itVi hotuw HEt'oci; Jtpoj T^voi 
BF^pio^rcoj' ; 762. d'vijOKfi if ^tpos roi Kort zivog Jiotfim^ tuj^oji': 

880. Cf. 295. T^Ss lovio evvtgfzsiv, (Ed. C. 160. Ka&-vSQas ol vqa- 
ttiQ fi£iIij;ion! itorSiv grvfiart avvTQizst. But I do not tliink ^vvrgixf 
can possibly be right liere, I inoliae to ^uymipsr or ^vfiTchvu. Cf. <E<I, 
11. 113. KOTiQU S f* ofitois — taiSf av^Tclntst rpovta; Aj. 429. jtaxoia- 
lotoiotfa isvp,ntitxBni6za. Eiir. Ipli. T. 1210. obvoj'tcooiI' qsdvp. Or roii 
fiopou Ttivjiavai, Aat. 465. xovBe mil jMieou rtijmv. 

881. axTj vtv ^teraiee Wund. (v. Emend, p, 101 f.). We tiiid i'stit 
orraooi .aiBch. Prom. 668. aTsaia Em: Hec. 31. ^if jEsuIi. Pers. 4TI', 
ill Iambic trimeters. Also kXo-coC in a chorus Prom. 151, 

881 — 6. These lines ave miserably uorrupt ov interpolated, the metre 
in consequence being very uneertftin. AVunder reads thus: XO. &v^og 
rj vomt; | TP. tdvS' — ivvtUe. XO. nuig — (iovk; See his Emend, 
p, 102f. Qu. S'vpoi ^ tivog kdthI' (ruvS') alxfia §ilfag xukov na^fils; 
Or S'jjfios ^ Ttvos voeoveav aixaa ^iltog hkkoS ttv silt- Or fl'ufiob ^ 
itvos vaa6iista> alxfia ^iXeOi «axoi vtv stlt ( 1 yvvatK avalt], Or 
&v(ios ^ voeog \ aixi^^ fiileog mbhou viv ills (CI o2h tj ;«? ^mij viv 
eIXs); Or— cqc' wftfls (Aj. 237) Oi StjioE ^ voaog | qipEJiBv a^j;ua — ; 
Or &iifids g roooScaj' | c^jfua — Or thus aiitjjv dujcfiMtrsi' AO. 
Ti, &uf»os ij it*DS — ; For laifl alxjiav (ravfl a/j;fKii' lemma achul 1 
perhaps r^ y ai%V-^- Noaoi can hardly be right heie, unless it be un- 
derstood of mental derangement The words rivig viieoi ravS appe ir 
to me a corruption of tivoe (or tij-os) ctioj 

. 883. Pina. N. VI, 54. a^fia fyxsog \ 60 loyxa^ axait P I\ S4. 
rpaayavov unfta. Eiistathins p 243 9 cites alxufp PtifOi, tjom oome 
Trt^dian, used of the inutilttion ol (Edipus eyes 

884. Cf. 1063. Jiovi) /If Slj JiK^fUf q>a6yavov dt%a Poi m /o' Jii- 
eilt I suspect we should rend yuvai^i avtti.^ 

886. Perhaps — ^dvatov, TP avveaea (lovn aioiontog &l 

887. Eiu'. Or. 1099. qiuaycivot To/icg 

888. Maia means 'a mne Fr 782 Eur Hipp 243 311 Old worn 11, 
especially nurses, are thus addiessid as Eurjcleia m Od t ^^T 482. 
500. iiuta, tiii ji' i^ikeig oXiaat cv dt ft (tQfqreg avtt] | im eto licl 
(iivj^. §'. 349. 372. v'. 129. ip II &i. Cf H Cer 147 M> tonjeoiure 
i.; confirmed by the reading iiataia m L Qu (o ■vnle/iva In favour of 
m fiatwK we find itatnt'ov — ijdovija (Ed C 780 For <ii uaTaia if Eui. 
Med. 152. a jiarciia. 334. Si)7i , a> iiatata xai ft axaXla^on nmav 955. 
,^sch. Prom. 1007. A formuli con-veying a gentU exp sti latioi 

889. Cf. (Ed. C. 83. ms ^l^ov itovijg n Inc 

890. zCg rivsv; giep' tilth Wund. 

891. Xsi^onoujTos occurs Herort. I. 195. II. 149. Thui:. II. 77. Xcii. 
Anab. IV. 2. 5. 

897. Qu. — i'Sgaeev (so I., pr.), avz' av i^txioag. KdgTa aft.'v 
Itallov seems hardly right. Tlve reading inel Tiagrjl^t is not to be lightly 
displaced. Cf. (Ed. R. 1241. 0Jn»s 7"ll OQy^ j^ptojiEi'i; naQijl9 I'aoi ] 9v- 


ywi-o,-. tWlurt liuwi^.T ui- ;ilR, Uu- ^-.iy.: Kl. 13:17- tiar.0 JiaqslS-nt. 
r(. un Aj. 6;)4. Pit. 1337. Enr. Here 1 "" 
898. Eur. Me.l. 1300. owk Pujrtp ?r(s ' 

902. Hoin, II, £o'. l)4;i, 1] Q, 'A%iXi:vi 6' izciQOiaiv ISi Sitayoi xiXtv- 
r,fv I Siitvt^ «Tc' al9ovGr> ^ip,evui, kbI eij'ysa sala \ nogipvQf' i(i,^celiiiv 

iyii.ovsQV'iai. Theocr. VI. S3. DTopFiF£i.v vaXa Sifivta z&aS fTtl vaeca. 
XIII, 33. p,Cav atOQiSavTo xa^tvvav. XVII. 133. '^ 3i iejos atofwaiv 
inviiv Zijvi. MKrWpi;. XSU.ity. svvng ietnevvvto. Inhaiin, ' slemere leetum,' 
Herinaim explaina this; 'ui ulalim redtrct ad ea^cipieit'Iunt palrem.' 
Itjnilorf : ' iil o/miam iret patri (quern statiui advciituriim esse Uyllus dixcriit 
V, 805), emiu/ue in tetlo eominodc pra-pavalo eoUocandmii curaret." Cf, CEd. 
It. 4j1. KipOQQOg oHmv tmvS' oreooipK^Jtis uxtt. Ant. 386. fk Sogav 
aipoQ^og — TtSQu. "AipoQfov is used adverbially El, 63. eli' a^oppoi' ij|o- 
ujjj Tculiv. 1430. and perhaps AJ. 3G9. Qu. oroajg re^o^pos lp,niaoi 
yrat-^Q. (Eur Hac. 915. liriBijivtov wg nieoifi sg tvvav. Med, 1167. 
itQOVOioiv sjijitaovaa ) Or oJtrag tig o'^iv tivz^ij utatgi. Or a^as tuipog- 

"CoiUirtirio vitio hbrarii non rai'n yvaifv, ai-ioiiv, pitoijr (Arisl. Ti,Tii, 
17<) seripaeiunt pro -o/iji'." Dhiii, Airav governs a genitive (Ed. ('. 

903. "I. e. in interiureiii domn-. paiteiii." Diad. 

Qu. Sv9tt fiij ns 0^*1"*. ^^'e shouH have expected tlic opt, t'ntiice 
oipoiro, as in (Ed. K. 796, 

908 f. CE, Eur, Ale, 129. Kavxeg S' f'Alaov ohetai «aza atiyag | *f'- 
anoitiBiv oinTtiqovTtg. i] dh dclinv ) irpotiifiv EuifaTa), norns ijf ovzm 
Kaxog, I OP ov mpoflFfitf ««!■ ^tpotfseeij^ij waliii WundPr tindprstauds 
nlKtzm hpic of the entire hoiiHl ould including the ehildien as Hero 
dotH.? (.Mil lOG) includes under this term both wife and ehildien 

910 Wiinders eon-eition ci tj) — ^jzaionfifi^jj must, I think be 
right, Cf tl 776 lyialmv fioi q^oiofg aar^ioovg The middle voice has 
here its piopei significition D lanirn upbrtids herself it, the authoi of 
her aad condition The cominfn reiding would be ler^ tame Cf Eur 
Med, 1314 Ifiol d rov Ifiov iaffiov ala^tiv aaga 

911 kkI TKg—] Tins seems to depend on ixlmtv not on lyjtalov- 
^tivij. Cf Etir Ipli T 697 our amftt^ Sop-os | rcaigojos oiftos i^aXei 
<p^(ii] JTOT ttv Hermann giiea «ai tos SiJiai&as — oiaiat, Qu khJ 
TOus anaxofiag Iq lo ioino* o()^avo'\i Or «ci lous, jt ^«(tfas — 09 
rpavous (Cf Aj I j3 naiSa t o^rfixvov Xiitftv tr 680 hht oooibioi/ 
oiKoi'.) <Jr Ko;( Tffs Ep^fias — Mztag Oi Mai riji' leijfioF 01 como*) 
— ofxiav Or hbi iiji' «i'Hi'#eo) l^e')("J''> — tCTiav Or Kttl lOus ipjj 
/ions — o^KSrres. Or Kat ra^ anotpovg 4 tow ntSpa fDij^avaj. 

014. (Ed. C. 1650, o(x/K(Tiw Im^oHioi' I jifig' aftsjoiTK VQaiog. 
916. .lEach. Sept, 1030. va/ii ruv9vvm palA. Agathias Anth, Pal. 
V. 276, ^ttXli ds aoig nloxat^otuiv (10 kq^Si/ivov}. 

918. Eur. Or. 593. ulvBi i' Iv oCwoig vyiig tiraz^Qi-ov {Bvvaat. vulg,), 
921, Qu. ag 00 (tij jtozi | «s|)j(f©' in' — . 
923. Enr. Bacch, 1099. avviopoig SQon^ftaei. 
938. twowuftoi'] 'Siniitram', ut cor feriret. fli'nrf. 
929. Eur. Phren. 273. .mkxj^oi kkI 10 Ssvtfo. 


IKii, Aiit. l;)l;). ^<u.!i,:o rf. ,,-aat> avToXHQ «..r<ji'. 

'J33. Jli'i'miiuii itlsu is wroiiit in tl]inkin{{ that JJeianira is llni sulj^ri 
ol" iipaipHSv. ller feeling' must have been one of grief inthov iluui i>f 
iiiigiT. Cl". ICiir. Or. fiOl. fiaAldl' ji' iivd^si-s (fipa^iis?) fJrl mil' t^*?.- 
9fiv qtovov. 

S35, 1 think Hnoraa c*iii hiirilly bi> ciglit, for spos inu O-jjgot- >von)il 
have notliing to depend upou. Uuad (la&ovaa JcQOi roS fri/eos- ''•■ I'll' 
371. jtpoe KOKtSi' S avSqwv lid^aiv foix«e ^Mdi' iilax^"- 

936. Eiir. Hec, 4S. ovd' aSagriTOf ipClwv | fOiKi Tipofi Brdewr. 

937. Qii. ("Zij^s* or fAij|fv. Cf, 912. Eiir. Pliren. ICOO. oi'iirrai' ;.fv 

94l>. Tiicit. Ann. IV. 31. ' languem fallis crimimhits sororeui iir/wi.-i.-:i'i: 

941. (Ed. H. 1221. dvi-nvivaa i' ^k fft'S'Ei' &c. 

942. Find, P. VI. 22. ogipavi^oitiva n^XitSa.^ IV. ^283. n^nvign 
ylaaaav onog. Eur. Phoen. 1836. al).' Hi via^tav avtot fupoi/t' nv §iov; 

943. TOtBita — ] Cf. Ei. G96. 791. on (Ed. R. 1280. 

AM. For the repetition of cts (if the reading be correct) cf. .\nl. 689. 
ofla Xiyei tig 17 ngdauti zig- Eur. Or. 1216. qivXaaae S Tjv tii, xqIv 
tilevTTiSii ipovog, | ^ ^ufi(iai;os I'S, ^ &c. Eur, Hec. 1160. sf «s yii 
vaiKuq tmv Ttglv sCqtj^iv unums, 1 ti vvv Xeyii tig &c. In which pas»iij,'(! 
however there is a separiite verb for each ris, or at least xis refers tv 
different persons. "Ad sententiftui quod attinet, rectius feciaset pocta si 
scripBisset ^ kuI jii'av its ^/iiQav loyi'Jsiai." (Bind.) Sophocles probably 
wrote ^ Mai fiiav f^v ^hcquv lay{^iTat ('so that if any one reckons to fine 
luro or even one day''). Or ri jiXeiovag £§!■ ij(iEeag Xoyi'iezai (with Hartung), 
The £^11, I suBpeet, slipt out before ^fi., and then the verse was intcr- 
jiolated to suit the metre. But the future infinitive should follow, it would 
seem, after Xoyi^ezai, if the sense were 'reckons on living.' So Herod. VII, 
176, noy^SovTO iTtteiTitCe^ai. Cf. Xen. Anab. II, 2. 13. 

Dindorf adduces Plat. Legg, V, 740 B. ictiras (r«s iaziag) Siiv Aft 
roffKiirns slvat hkI filJTt ft /'neither at all') jilejojis yiyvEO&ai fi^tg tC 
note iXttztovs Soph. Fr. 186. hkI fii] it (juijcc one ms. fiij ys the rest) 
nXsiove zaivS' t^etv dva<prjfiiag. 

946, Translate; 'before a person gels u-ell over (safe through) i/ie pre- 
sent day.' For nv nd&ri i" f>is modified sense cf, Eur. Or. 1143. ov tffi" 
MeviXsiav ftiv sutunetr (i, e. £151'), | zov aov 3e irrerEgn xul ai aaStl- 
qiiiv S-avsCv. Qu. tzglv iiajzesdajjs (Eur. Here. 830. u6%&ovg SuTciQaa'). 

947 f. Similarly Eur. Hec. 683. to fruyetse, ovr. oiS' tCg o ii pii'ijiio 
jtKHioj;,! jioWfop jzagovziav. I mark an interrogation after incazivm. 

948. Qii. Rotf^a Tcd&ca TtcqatziQm; 

951. To*( *i would be obiectionable after zdSi fiiv. Bat zci S'f 
follows well after td fisv. Wunder renders: 'Aarc eero sollicila' e3:'<peclamns.' 
For which use of ijii v. Wnnd. ad Ajac. 1240 f. 

962. Eur. Or. 1180. Xiy', ag 10 iiiXlw aycfr' l^f ^"'' n^ovijv. 

954. So 'HXtKZQvavog is :i qnadrisjllablc Hes. Scut, 3. 

955. As the reading of the antistrophic v. 966 is uncertain, it is ad- 
visable to leave ^log here unaltered. Cf. on EI. 1097. Eur. Or. 1700. 

967. Cf. Horn. Od. 0'. 100, );arg«g dvaaxoiiivot yiXei la&avov. Xen. 
Cyr. VI. 1. 2. Tzdlai aTzaXdXEi xm gxipca. So in Latin 'melu ea:amm 

968. Dindorf explains ficvvov solum, i.e. Deianirse prtesidio priva 
Which is not very probable. Musgrave and Groddeck rightly con 
fioivov (dumtaxat) with fiatHovisn. For povvov Wnnder requires s 


AimENDA. ;',i,-( 

rotJro Sf Af'yii, oig fiij KUQitQovcii tSttr riig uvii^oi/tis. 

960. Ugo So/iav imgitv can only mean, as Ilennann observoH, '(o 
(lime forth from a house', as in Ant. 52(5. El. 109. Unless imieod the sense 
be, 'is passing before the hovse.' Qu. ipiguv aipe dtupn (or Sojiovg 051*) 
liyovaiv aanfiov xiv o%Xov {or ti x^ijiia, sc. BfSemi'). Or jia^ffv arpi 
Hofiovg fgl, npos?) Isyouffip , if we read qi^inEvov in v, 960. Or j'^ci'i' 
I'tj' 6>Se (or rather cqjs ^supo) liyoveiv. (Provided ive retain &av6vta 
in V. ant. 069.) Certainly the pronoun is required somewhere in tlie sen- 
tence. I suspect that arpt was corrupted into 3ipo, and tlien Ssvqo ivoiilr! 
easily have passed into Softaiv. 

Oei. fEcjrSTOr] Qu. atiKOTiov. Cf. El, 864. hokojios a lia^a. VA\h. 
.\j. 21. Ph. nil. (Ed. C. 1680. Tr. 246. 'Aentzoq occurs nowliore else in 
Hoph, Perhaps Uyavc a&ieifazov 9ia^a (or &iav vtv), Ct". Eur, Iph. 
T. 233, a&fa^UTOv &iav. Or liyoval viv ■atv.^ov ^iajxu. Cf. Eur. Or. 
!)40. ^QXtxai St <soi 1 jliyiQOV ^eafia ««1 jrpo'floV'S lf^^^^. The subject of 
Xiaifiiv is aurov (HereuleB), «<nreToii ti 9'WOfia being added in apposition. 

962. Herin: "■ Alqtii projiingiia nee remola flebatn.' 

064. Hec. 1052. ■aqvtctiiv ^oaiv ala&avoiiai tavSs yvvat^av. 

965. Wunder suspects Jia S' av tpOQiC vtv, as also what follows, tag 
ipClov &c. The general sense of the passage, he thinks, was this; 'etec 
enim peregriaorum turba liercutem hue apporlat, ut pro aiiiieo solUdla, Im-do 
gressu absque slrepila incedens.' Bee his Emend, p. 136 f. Qn. Ayxov 
qiOQtivtv. Or — neXag qiogst viv x<ns ftlov &e. In %b S' av may perhaps 
bo concealed the word onaSwv. Cf. Etir. Ale. 624. nQoHTtoloi tpigovatv 
rigS-riv Ig ifffl'Ol' rs uni nvffiiv. 

066. Dindorf thinks izgo%riSo(i.ivKv may be preferable. 

067. a-\poipov — paetv] Eur. Or; 136. m qriltarai yvvaiKeg, V'^X'!' 
nadl I xiogeiTt, p,ij iiiorpitTc , iirjS' tezoi xrujros. 140. aiya atya, Xeni'ov 
i'xvog oQ^vltjs ti&itf, jiii Tpoipstzs, fiij 'are) htuitoe. Eiir. Tro. 334. jro- 
(ti»)/ (pi^ovca qnlTcfrKV ^aoiv. Petron. Arb. '(er ovaniem \ eirca deliilirum 
fjrcssniii ferel ebria piibes' "W ma mpa Aj 14 ai (p@- 'yjj, 49 a 
(OS tv^a&fg eov tpiavijfi «« 

971 f. Qu. ra;iot iym ao va g a eo ( yco) \ I o tik 

9<a; x£ Si ii^Cfojiai; (de fio ) O hap h n w 

71 xdS- r A\ ftifciBfiB Th fi e< n k C 086 

aty.01 iym zlauMv A 34 (0/1 I (Ed C b ft y 

ri na9<o Ttu ov no Lu h A 12 7 iya 9a re o o 

fifJsV Pe haps eo (it g a g 

973 Perhaps we ahou adU n.^ p 1x9 
zi S\ dgca zC Si iniom/ia Th ta/i otfi m b n h n^ m 
than the e<iia n /irjooj a 

974 I s spect that Soph rot( 0(}«, zixrop, 00 jitj nivjjatis (ho 
T.), The mght eas 1) lave sUpt out after zikvov. Cf. on 978. 

977 Ar st Pae 6 >7 ion it roiaizgoaov. Lys.BSl. avToSa^raQyiaiifvoi,. 

978 E r Hec 1073 4(/i xirzoxov ye'vos. Baceh. 1U2. Ih Baxziov 
KKzeixet, . -. ^ 

979. Cf, Eur. El. 41. evSovz' av i^^yeigt rov 'jiyaiifftvovog | <p6vov. 
990. Or — §agoe tijilfzov i]v . (liiiove ipQi^v. 

081. Qu. dXX' i'ni (fTtFffit)' f"*' &<=■ 

082. Herm: 'fereet mihi animus in immens'im pnniliis dolotix.' Which is 


&i;,) iit all siLtisfHutory, Ci'. 325. aSivovaa evu^oei'S ^agoe. 

Herod. IX. 21. otjiioytj — UTikiTui. Perliajis pcyog aBTrernr --. I 
nlttos, liko rlaxnas (9B1), (n;wirs uuwliovii eisc in S"|ili. 

Perli.ips £(if[s'(ioi' ^ qi^ijv (Seliii.) is better. 

'.m, I luad tttf', Uorit as yng 984. mid rltffirav 'JSIi. Cf. uii HmjI. 

'.>88. Neither e'ljjdijs, "Or jji'. nor «y^ tuv^hv witliout aa objei't, 
is satisfitctory. The sense requires something' like this; ae' tijiov oeov 
MEQSoq Xvjtt]v (from which perhnps came ^v) \ etyf/ Ktv&tiv &c. Weck- 
lein too justly observes that the sense requires tlie first person, not tin 
Rcnee. Qu. aq' ^gjjudijo' (se. 974 f,). Or ag' l^tiiSiav. Cf. Ph. 1244. 
oi'^fi' s^avSa^ aoq>ov. Hut, as I cannot see my way to any jirubalilo 
eiitcndation, t leave the passage, however corrupt, as I fincl it. 

989. Cf CEtl. R. 341. aiy^ aTsyia. Kev^eiv cun hardly govern ixvov. 
i ) 

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fusion of riiiaag (nritten compendiously) with the following ei (qi t,cra 
Zev, siipr. (J, L.). Cf. Phil. 1145. Koivav jjvvav otg q>iXotg (ilg tpClovg 
vulg.) H^foyav. 

997. Eur. El. 164. ^t<fiOi — Xvygav Aly(a»ov Im^av fl-j/iiW. Or. HJ3li. 

998, '^v —] Sc KQjjitiSii Cf on 'ISS Pli 1456 Read ov 

1001. ' Quum trticulas nomiQi primo noiAoi; addi pe metrum noti 
posset, alten adjunxit etai ttiain omis=o eo lecte habitma esset oiafi 
Sed addere main t nun non simplex MaroKijiijiJ*! seqiiitur sel ot — «a 
TKKijlijtiit, fhnd 

1002. Oi lazmQ, ocrts rijvd vti^v [tervd azav) 

1003. nataxijlijiTEt] Cf 999 cbijIijtoj' /iaviag c:v9og 

1004. Of Phil 454 TijJofl'i» — rots At^siSttg E^oopmi' cjiJ 50(11 
Flat. Rep, \[ 409 A la Kopifn 7coQsa&-iv aana^ta&ui Lii Hip[ IC 
jiQoaiaS'iv atixj}v ayvog tav aanafofiat Hea Th 575 &uBiia iSsa&cii 581 

"Forinainm. Dorioariim 111 toto Iiol. carmine ratio hJBc est ut Ilyllns 
et aenei iis abstineant, Hercules lei u'^ iitatur in anap'estis spondiacis 
ut nor yes 994 Xapav 997 ita lOOG Diiid let ue bnd i/iav pWfiKi 
1019, la^tnotov and odm'oii' (qn ) 1021 

1005. laiE fi ^uTf fiE ^vofio^oi' ft vHiiai Dind 1 nd (ftiuir^ai Naick 
The same metre as in lOlj. 1025. 1041. Ph. 827. 843. evvaaai intran- 
sitive dictum pro evvcts9ttt", says Dind. in annot. But where do we 
find cvvMat thus used? 

1005b. l&xe lit Svatavov rvvan^ai Naiiek. The v, 1, vatatov, men- 
tioned by the Schol., ia approved of by Valck. ad Hipp, p, 314, and re- 


■■i:\yv<\ li\ WimU. iiml inliura, ^ieiilki 1".iv.;vl'1 uitlj rtasuii tliiuks it is 
iiutliing mure than ii coi-riiptiou of Svotkvov; tlivugli it may be adHirtod 
lo the metre by rending frt9' vnraTOv fvvnear (?1, Kvvaa^ai 'to res/, 
lo tleep' occurs (Ed. C. 1571. 

lOOli. ad ('tahcrv, f'l what part') is iividentiv unsuitable lii'i'e. 

Qii. irnf Tcot 'iXivttg; or irof fft ftG ^llvitq; l!irt tbf «J,/wjis I»ii;t 
ivo should roiid Ki*jfs. 

lOOT. Ph. 817. duo [i' olftg, Ji*" ^^oatlyrj^. 

1008. The imperfect would appear more snitable, o -ci Kafiotv (or xri^- 
ji.vt:v), but that the penultimate in fii'ia if long. For the jnetro is the 
snuio as in v, 1030. aaoxt^ttzog ay^Ca cdffoe. Tliu subjnniitivc [o ii Mwi 
(ii'ojj) would follow better after ji future thnn a perfoet. 

'iCWO. ijntal fioul ' HaK lead hold of me.' El. 1245. orroroi' orrOTOf. 

ijB'i I read «* , Doric as 'EXldviav 1010, i»ls>toV«v 1013. &e. 

Ferliaps av&' niigrht be allowable in a hexameter. Qn. S@' iQjti\ 



jEsch. Enin. 477. ifpfQifiti xoio$'. 301. fi^vig iqiignii, Eur. .^Ic. 270. 
aiiotia — vvl iifegjist. 

For Tio&ev ^ai' we require perhaps some imperative in the sense of 
TcaQSaxt ^assist me.' 

1010. Schol: nov, qiijoii', aga tazs &c. 

1011. Mnsgrave had already suspected 'EXXaviov, since thi^ xd^agait 
of Hetcales was not confined to Greece, but extended to the whole world, 
Cf. 1060 f. 1100. Horn. Hymn. v. 4. Pind. Nem. I. GI f. HI. 20 f. Isthin. 
III. 73 f. Plut Thea, 7. hi toiie xavtaxov jioftji/ovg ^aSJSovta «aditi- 
^etv yriv Kal S-alazTav. 'Elldvav probably came from aviov (i. e. av- 
^Qmaaiv), which Wunder lias friven. 

1012. So jEach. Ag. 1264. m aoXla i^hv zdlatva, noXld S' av doquj. 
Eur. Hel. 1345. ^izQiva vaxd Sgla nolvvupta. 

1013. For the repetition of ov« before cjKiet'iJiet Dind. compares 159. 

1014. Cf. Eur. Phcen. 1.572. aog aXdazag, iCrpiaiv ^gi^tav »ai avgi 
— sTi'i JiaiSag fffa lovs covg. I cannot believe that Soph, gave ov-^ecfiov 
as an epithet of fyjog. Perhaps it refers to x^"- 'J'" ^'^ he writ* onj 
cifios? The Scholiast does not appear to have read own liriiptifiEi Qu 
ov xh' ogi^ai. Apoll. Rh. II. 1216, ojiiioti oi au^agdg iTtoeS^azo i£(>ab 

1015 — 17. and 1024 — 26. Hauclt suspects these shoold be transposed 

1015. Herm; 'caput e vita totlere.' But this is a strange expi'Cssion 
1 would read! ov@' Kiiaqdiag tiqata ^iov 9-(lei ] Xvuv (sc. (ist zov azv 
yfQOv, i. e. 'lo free me from tMg life of toil.' V. Schol. Wunder had pro 
posed dnaQa^ag, and for &Hn conjectured tliat some verb should be re- 
stored signi^ing: ' lilierabit.' Cf. Herod. V. 112. iS^fjiava jrli)|«s ajtagaaa ei 
tov Tnnov zovg ^oSag. 

1019. Cf. Eur. Soppl. IIU. tdSi tfij naCSsyv ««( Sij ^ 
(pigtziii . Itt^st , aiiqiixoioi \ y^aiag dji^vovg {oi yag 
aiSam vna jisv&ovg) &c. 

1020. avza might easily h. 
comparative appears to lie hid. 

il into aiiiiK. In ^jiTzltov some 

Xtt9Cnovov S' oSvvav -~ jiatiQog. I suspect (liozov. Qu, 

'iijXta. Eur. Iph. T. 155. lot la, 

1025. (Ed. It. 1311. 161 Sailioi', 
ijitov (so Heatli. ^co Satftov the i 


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fyKfiporlot xijSii eq>axeXoe. 

1(128. 'i'liU liiiu riiiswflis to 10(18. ccnrEipo^ng o rt nai jivQii. 

1030. Qpi. ti jTKt roS5' fSftfp&f. ;is ill 1018. Ox — a iXfiiiiov ridpiov 
(a8[i), — . Or TO nKi, fm irret jrat", !<!*£ p' no IropKiai, i<i :rn(. Ur „i 
ilfffioii', To'tfa n' Kii la§«Tat. lit mai", £<» rov \ rpvaavz' — . The ili- 
visiun xov | (pvaavz (as Hermann and others hme edited) is after all 
liiiraiy more objectionable than a [ navrav ~ 1009. 

1031. zoSc] Sc. TO KKKDi- oi" vo(ri](i«. Cf. 1033. Pb. 788. 82a. 758. 
1033. I have retained the correction ipiitog , thoii^Fli I mtiL-li 'luiiM 

whotJier it be right, ^vtmg ie a notin of very rare occiirreni;c, uliercii- 

ipvaas oeeiirs frequently in Soph, and others. 

OfitMip' wonld appear to have been changed into olHTiiQUi by 
of the following av — . Cf. El 1411. ofiiMips Trjv reyioveav. Aj. 510. 
&e. But olnttigag derives support from Phil. 309. ^ojiks iiigns | n^ofi^- 
Hoaav olxTiiQavtei. 

Thue. VI. 83. nveJiiq)d'ov6v iazi naeiv. VI. 54. civmi<f)»6vmi. Pl^t. livp, 
ri2B otiroi jc(i uo* — m snirpifovmzazov -^Inilv Compaie KPfjiitoijios. 

1036 Qu nmaov vno islijiSi, (i Or waia Kara kIijiAk u. Cf, Horn. 

yoloui' rii'B in Homer anl others means Ho anjei n persun,' 
10 t. Eur EI 101 n)ytJi Ogiuzi/ zatia naKHitn ««m« Iph. \. 
859 itojls iBfiB xcfyaiiinvovoi Phan 184 louuoi' « k«i roy^. 

1037 'Ubi in ntroque mpinbro est m, piius est idiid Miembruiii , in 
quo nomen meit ejii3, qui mvocatur poaterius lu quo epitheta V. Pliil. 
1128 121? (Ed R 1297 <Ed C 1700 Berm 

11143 ^^ ^kefleld wonders Sophocles dil not write tov fttitov o^jiTt'ofts. 
Qu roi' ralttv olxzieag 

1045 Ear Or 40b oifioi diiayiimv olg ilavvoimi ikIks 

1046 ^Vith jioUb Kai&fpfia ne mast undeistand fpj«. toi vc i-mM 
Jilt well connect fhs^jia xajic Cf \ ^sgiiovgyog \en Me i I, 3. ii. 
M iiick proposes Stiva xal dfitiui' nfp<v 

Kal lora »aaa if correct will mean I ai {haul) pi. en lo hem-: But 

1 loiibt wl ethor this be the tme leadmg Qu KOi uu^ia ioioi. Herutl. 
IX 57 fg/oi; Igyaoato /ie^ov lojou 

1054 I suspect nvtviiovog z ffpiijeiec I n the singiilai nvivfitov 
IS of rwe occirience The arteriLS in the neighhoiirLood of the hniga here 
mentioned ^re perhaps the vena caia ind the aw la Hit it seems tu me 
more likely that the iir passages of the lungs tie intendel 

1057 Simonid Fr IS 20 nvtJttqieHaroi Suat 

1058 Qii Kot zavta loyzij mSitis oaS — Cf on Pli 771. Wo 
might coirect Koti kiih loijij Jtt#ii;s otfr — but But« seems rather 
oljectionable. Consequently I ha^e given hoi. — oui &c. riic pHrticlct 
oozf and ovSi are constantly interchanged in mss. 

Wunder translates 'Aasin campesiris.' 

1059. &Ji>£ios — §Ca] Cf. 38. Vipirou §iav. Ph. 314. ^ ~ O^va 
eims pin- 321. zris 'OSvaaims ^lag. 592. 

1060. 0V&' oativ — ] Herm: 'aeque, quidgnid lerrariiiii adii , qmsi/ntim.' 
1062. Add Aj. 472. ^viii,v y' aBicXayxvog yeymf. 

Eur. Heo, 653. 9ilvv UTcogav. Eur, Fr. 945. ipvvzeg ov CKmoi qjv- 
aiv. So ftnxorp and a^eriv &c. are occasionally feminine. 


06 r 

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P h p 

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A e 

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ate u 

P 8 31(1 px «g gj 

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ceQ5&|))& pp 

<t(. — (0 5 » 31 

■o iiQtS —3 Cf. 1047. 

1091 Eur Siippl 341 Ofi Koiaar^s i»'' ««kuv xo&f ota'i'ai. 

1092 f The slaughter ot the Nemetean lion was the firat of Hercules' 
liilioitia aeconlmg to Pindir (lath. VI. 70] and others. That of the Ler- 
mian iijdra, also nniong tus earlier ones, is recoMed by Hesioil {Tli. 313) 
iiM others His deleat ot the Centaurs is narrated by Diodor. IV. 69 f. 
S.C The teat ot bringing the Erymantliian boar alive to Eurysthens is 
uientioned by Diodor IV 13 and Apollod. II. 6. 4. The fetching up of Cer- 
Ijeriis from Hades by Homer Od SI. 6S3. and others. The obtaining of the 
guarded apples of the Heaperiiiea by Diodonis IV. 26. and Apollod. II. S. If. 

im'i Siipva also Dind V Cf. Orph. Arg. 14. fltipii^ xvQBamfa xu- 
d^ov 'E^eyzei Lur Phron 335 yivvtsv oSovzoqiv^. (Kil. C. 1430. tavHra 
(sotliemssl OMd Met IX 121. ' .Y,-s^,. fti'/lnraw.' 

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Compare ^.topTO^afioii^. aai^jzTQo^cifiai, ztigajidiiiiiP. Kur, 1 
itotoi'i itot' ij Xiovxas JJ igifloi^aroi's | Ti>i(,o>vas \riiQv6vai 1 
';iyttvxai^ tj iMOKOHii^ ] KtvTavQOTiKti^^ Tioltftov ova t^rfVi 

1096. 'Ttcsiqoxos is the Epic form. I suspect the true readiiif 
ojiXov piav (or §i^t). Cf, Hosiod. Tli. 170. Sfivdi' re -^eanQOt 

1098 1 ft e N k Fd C 1 
ajTQ I ( 2 

1099 S Tti Exa ijs «■? fi^ J Tl d H 
lei tCb ihffpmgfFhd dlph 1 
1574 a ft t p re t g 

HOC I I iq jNkrfElI- 4 

1046 — 111 Tl f 11 iiiK C t 1 

tiiiB T II 8 

") lldtg pepe p 

i -e I 1 ta tj pi 

eo m h J t pi b li 

ta f t t t E y tb 1 

q t m <E pa t d t 

Hffi t t t f 1 

le I t h^ I t lace 

g 4 OT t pulm m h t p nt 
J d 1 in go m m b t 

'>■ p lad h nb 1 b t m t I 

1 II g t p t t m t 1 1 
H h tl d t t ed t 

I b r 

p g d t 

11 m p p tb 
t ft bimt n 

H irg 1 

q m dt m 

pi t d 
11 t m 1 

S f m irt 

m t dt 

Ad tfi 

t mta d dp 

t p 
Vd te 

Ice tmpt 
I eel t m t 

J b 

mm m f Iminis 


AIH'KMiA. :^,UI 

pacavit: Iiecc liicorporem affiiiit manuni; 

Bryniantliiaui lute rastifitaiu abjet-it bcliiuui : 

line e Tartarea Mncbrirn. iibstrauttiin plaga 

trioipitem edusit Hydra generatum eaneiii: 

hSEC iQtei^mit tortii nmltiplicabili 

draconem, nuriferani obtutit observantem arboreiii, 

Malta alia victrix nostra lastravit mantis, 

iiec quisquani e nostris spolia cepit laudibiis." 
1104. Ovid. Met. IX. 174, 'ctecnqae uiediiHh } tahe tiywfaclis ,f-r.' 
HOT. Kiir. Heo. 620. rag ei'e to fijjdii' tJko.imi/. Kiir. Meleng. Vr. 20. 
TO iiTjBiv (ig ovSiv gtjiei. 

nil. Cf. Eur. Sappl. S39. nolld yag Sgdeag xala \ t»oe roS' m',- 

Cf. Aj. 1043. xaxovgyos — av^Q. (Ed. K. 705. iiavtiv — xanohgyov. 

1112. Cf. (Ed. K. 1225. oaov 3' aetic&s nsWos. Qii. nevQ^og olov 
Uaoga \ ^ovaav avtrjv, tovSi y' rl oqcaHq'sitot. 

a!ov tlaos^\ Q«. otov ai a' oq^. Cf. on 394. El. 997. But da- 
o^av is sometimes nsed instead of the simple opoi', c. j;. El. 684. aXi.' 
deoQa fill — . 611. Aj. 137. Pli. 501. (Ed. K. 22, Ant. 288. 581. 

1113. Sifal-qaezm mig-lit mean 'shall miss' (schol: njior*u'|tiai). So 
E)ir. Or, 1070. ya^iav 3i t^e y-tv Svonotitov rijaS' leqjc'Jljjff. Tliis how- 
ever hardly meets the sense here reqnired. I suspect therefore (he true 
reading i« atis^a^Tai, 'shall be deprived' (of what it possessed). 

1114. In favor of itagCtig oc acp^acs cf. El. 1482. alXa fiot mopis 
xav.oniKQOV elxiiv. (Ed. C. 591, Ant. 101.1. Hyllus alludes to Ida fa- 
ther's appeal to hiin for sympathy v. 1070 f. Or fTtil Ttai/teri a' avit- 
ipiov'^oai. Cf. Ph. 1005. fiij fi' avTtipavEt firiSiv, ag etiCxovza S^. Aj, 773. 

1117. Perliaps fi^ zooootov <a Sd^vu \ S^vjia SvaoQyov. Bnt [ rather 
suspect zoaoizor, nor is toiouioi' altogether satisfactory. 

1120. "yVtt'cirfe. Indignatur Hercules verbosara Hylli excusare matrem 
Tolentis nQonagaaxf VTivJ" Schaf. 

1186. Sehol: to yaQ not avzijv, iptjol, %gayii,a ^ktos ^aztv aStxia^, 
(iiq fiJiSiv filial [Seiv?] route ettoTcy nciQKSo'oviiii. 

1127. Eur. Or. 454. oh naliez alScig fi' h^t \ dg S(i(i«t" ll^iiv 
toiOiv i^ttffyaafiivotg ('by reason of .f-c.'). Time. III. 98. zoig itsKQctynivoig 
ipo^ovjifvog zovg A%rjvix{ovg. 

1129, Cf. 86-2. Plat. Rep. 408 A. Bya#oi ng'og zov jco'iifiioip iipdviiaav. 

1131. Eur, Her. 89. loj' 'HQarAiiov i'eis nov nagaezdzrjv | 'lolaov. 

1134. BKr eov czgaqiHi} &li(tos] ^ Enen ijout anger woaid turn (relent).' 

1136. 1 would read, with Nauuk, dnXavv zo le^fi', 'l/ie mailer is simple.' 
Cf. .^Isch. Cho, 647. aizkovg 6 iii»os. Eur. Ph. 472, axloig 6 fiS^os &c. 
Rhes, 84, aTiXoig tn ix^Qoig yJv&ot. Hel, 985, aaXovg loyog. 

1138. Cf. 584, epiXtqoig iiiv jzeig z^vS' mzegffulmiitd'a \ z-qv iiaiSti, 
««!. 9iXiiZQmat zofy iip' 'Hgavlti {^iXxTgoieiv 'HgaxXiovg ipQfv&vl}. 
Brnnck: 'aiiioreia tiium oenefielo conriliiire siM cogitiiim.' Which no doubt 
is the sense of tlie passage, but the words tannot bear this interpretation. 

Cf. 680, XQoa^aiova' una \ ^tov xsivog eiJtt. 844. Qn. — nQoa^aXeCv 
ipQivmv (sc, aoi) &e.^ Or ~ VQoa^altiv cpQtelv \ eacg rjHTilax'. 

1139. dniiiiJcXa%'] amjfaAH);' Elmsl. This compound occurs, I believe, 
nowhere else in the Tragedians. I snspeet the true reading is TiQoapaltiv 
^loFiTEV I eaig ^U'uXax' .